Mark Halsey

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<!--VANDALISM to this page will be promptly removed. Additions must be properly cited and comply with Wikipedia's rules on recentisms, notability and neutrality.-->Mark R. Halsey (born 8 July 1961 confirmation: website.) is an English football referee in the Premier League. He was formerly based in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, latterly in Bolton, Lancashire. mentions: website.


Mark Halsey, a native of Hertfordshire, spent 12 years playing non-league football with teams such as Cambridge City and Hertford Town before he started refereeing in 1989. In December 1984 he played one game for Barnet before joining St. Albans City. In the early 1990s Halsey trained with Barnet in Potters Bar to keep himself prepared for the rigours of officiating top flight games.

Halsey has been a National List referee for the Football League since the mid-1990s. He refereed the 1999 Division 2 play-off final between Gillingham and Manchester City at Wembley Stadium on 30 May, which City won 3-1 on penalties, the match finishing 2-2 after extra time.: website.

Also in that year, he was promoted to become a Premier League referee, his first appointment overseeing the 1-1 draw between Wimbledon and Coventry City on 14 August. Premier League appointment: website.

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