Craig Thomson (referee)

Craig Thomson (Referee)

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Craig Alexander Thomson (born 20 June 1972 at the Scottish Football Association website. Retrieved on June 16, 2007.) is a Scottish football referee, who has been a match official since 1988. He originates from Paisley, Renfrewshire., Paisley: match report at the Dunfermline Athletic website. Retrieved on December 20, 2007.


He has officiated in the Scottish Premier League since 2002, and his first match in charge in that League was the fixture between St. Johnstone and Hibernian on May 12, 2002, which Hibs won 1–0.: website. Retrieved on June 16, 2007.

Thomson has been a FIFA referee since 2003. His first International match for FIFA was the 4–1 defeat of Northern Ireland by Norway at Windsor Park, Belfast, on June 18, 2004. His next most notable match abroad was the 2006 World Cup qualifying match between the Faroe Islands and France in group four on September 8, 2004, when he sent off Patrick Vieira during a 2–0 win for the French., 2006 World Cup qualifying match, September 8, 2004: ESPNsoccernet website. Retrieved on June 16,...
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