Martin Atkinson

Martin Atkinson

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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.-->Martin Atkinson (born 31 March 1971) is an English football referee who officiates in the Premier League and for FIFA. He was born in Bradford, West Yorkshire, but is now based in nearby Leeds.: the Football League official website. Retrieved on 16 April 2008

Atkinson's highest domestic honour came on 14 May 2011, when he refereed the 2011 FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium. He issued two yellow cards in the match, in which Manchester City defeated Stoke City 1-0.

Career

Atkinson started his refereeing career at the relatively early age of 16 years old, as the local team did not have a referee to oversee matches. By 1998, he had been promoted to the Football League's list of assistant referees.

This was followed in 2000 by promotion to the Select Group of assistant referees. By December 2002 he was refereeing Football Conference matches, referee, 2002: soccerbase.com website. Retrieved on 16 April 2008 and also refereed the 2003 FA County Youth Cup final.: TheFA.com website. Retrieved on 16 April 2008

At the start of the 2003&ndash;04 season, Atkinson joined the national list of referees. He had the distinction of not sending off any player from the field of play between August 2004 and October 2005.

Only two years after his Conference...
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