All matches kick-off at 3 pm, unless stated.

Saturday 19th October

Everton v West Ham United (KO: 12:30)

Referee: Paul Tierney.
Assistants:
Simon Bennett, Harry Lennard.
Fourth official: Darren England.
VAR: Michael Oliver.
Assistant VAR: Andy Halliday.

Aston Villa v Brighton & Hove Albion

Referee: David Coote.
 Assistants: Stuart Burt, Nicholas Hopton.
Fourth official: Geoff Eltringham.
VAR: Martin Atkinson.
Assistant VAR: Constantine Hatzidakis. 

Bournemouth v Norwich City

Referee: Lee Mason.
Assistants:
Matthew Wilkes, Mark Scholes.
Fourth official: Craig Hicks.
VAR: Simon Hooper.
Assistant VAR: Stephen Child.

Chelsea v Newcastle United 

Referee:
Andre Marriner.
 Assistants: Scott Ledger, Simon Long.
Fourth official: James Linington.
 VAR: Mike Dean.
Assistant VAR: Darren Cann. 

Leicester City v Burnley

Referee: Jonathan Moss.
 Assistants: Marc Perry, Eddie Smart.
Fourth official: Martin Coy.
 VAR: Andy Madley.
Assistant VAR: Dan Robathan.

Tottenham  v Watford

Referee: Chris Kavanagh.
Assistants:
Daniel Cook, Sian Massey-Ellis.
Fourth official: Gavin Ward.
VAR: John Brooks.
Assistant VAR: Lee Betts.

Wolves v Southampton

Referee:
Peter Bankes.
Assistants:
Ian Hussin, Peter Kirkup.
Fourth official: Jeremy Simpson.
VAR: Kevin Friend.
Assistant VAR: Adrian Holmes. 

Crystal Palace v Manchester City (KO: 17:30)

Referee:
Anthony Taylor.
Assistants:
Gary Beswick, Adam Nunn.
Fourth official: Tim Robinson.
VAR: Michael Oliver.
Assistant VAR: Andy Halliday. 


Sunday 20th October

Manchester United v Liverpool (KO: 16:30)

Referee: Martin Atkinson.
Assistants:
Lee Betts, Constantine Hatzidakis.
Fourth official: Jonathan Moss.
VAR: David Coote.
Assistant VAR: Marc Perry.

Monday 21st October


Sheffield United v Arsenal (KO: 20:00)

Referee: Mike Dean.
Assistants:
Darren Cann, Dan Robathan.
Fourth official: Simon Hooper.
VAR: Andre Marriner.
Assistant VAR: Neil Davies.



 

Our Partnerships

Partnerships are often formed between individuals, agencies or organisations with a shared interest to address specific issues. Our evidence reveals that our members young and old often require mental, emotional, financial, medical help, support and guidance. The Referees’ Association champion the work of those agencies that provide this support in times of need. Should you require support please contact the relevant agency below or the RA Head Office.
Learn more

Join the Referees Association

The National RA recommends that prospective members should join through their local LRA, the easiest way being to attend one of the many local association meetings that take place across the country on a regular (usually monthly) basis. Find your nearest branch now.

Alternatively, online membership is now available for any referee who wishes to take up central membership. The National RA will then allocate you a local branch. Join now.