Our third centrally-run 'Zoom Meeting Night' specials of 2022 we be held on Thursday 14th April 2022.

We have lined up a whole range of speakers from the Refereeing World, plus guests from other sports, all of whom will be sharing with you their insight and experience.

The aim is to educate, offer development opportunities, share experiences and (above all else) have some fun!

Please come and join us on Thursday 14th April when we are delighted to welcome Premier League Referee Jarred Gillett

When: Thursday 14th April 2022
Time: 8:00pm (UK)

A bit about Jarred: 

Jarred Gillett became the first non-British or Irish referee in Premier League history when he officiated Watford v Newcastle United in September 2021. 

Jarred made his EFL debut in April 2019, refereeing the League Two match between Morecombe and Cheltenham Town. After spending two years on Select Group 2, Jarred was promoted to Select Group 1 ahead of the current season. 

Prior to moving to the UK in 2019, Jarred refereed five A-League Grand Finals (the biggest domestic match in Australian football), the FFA Cup Final, and was named A-League Referee of the Year on five occasions. 

He was a FIFA and AFC Elite Referee from 2013 to 2019, enjoying multiple trips abroad, and has refereed matches in the domestic leagues of Japan, India, China, and Saudi Arabia.

If you have any questions for Jarred that you would like to ask on the night, please email web@the-ra.org to summit your questions.

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