Slavko Vincic to officiate Spain's semi-final against France

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Slovenian referee Slavko Vincic will be in charge of the Spain-France Euro semi-final. He has already refereed 'La Roja' in the group stage match against Italy.

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Slovenian referee Slavko Vincic, who has already officiated Spain's Euro 2024 matchday two clash against Italy, will be the referee for the semi-final against France at the Munich Football Arena on Tuesday 9 July.
It will be Slavko Vincic's third match in the competition. As well as Spain's narrow 1-0 win over Italy, he was also the main referee in the 1-3 win between Hungary and Switzerland.
Vincic, 44, was born in Maribor and has been an international referee since 2010. This season he refereed the Champions League final at Wembley between Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund">Borussia Dortmund. In 2021 he also refereed a UEFA Europa League final between Eintracht Frankfurt and Glasgow Rangers.
He has refereed the Spanish national team twice in matches against Italy, both times with wins for 'la Roja' in the semi-final of the Nations League in Milan and at Euro 2024 in the match in which Luis de la Fuente's team played their best football.
Vincic will be assisted on the sidelines by his compatriots Tomaz Klancnik and Andraz Kovacic, while the fourth official will be Slovakia's Ivan Kruzliak.