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    Szymon Marciniak to officiate the 2022/2023 UEFA Champions League Final

    Polish referee Szymon Marciniak’s journey in the 2022/2023 season is set to culminate in a remarkable fashion. He has been appointed to officiate the UEFA Champions League final between Manchester City and Inter Milan, to be held in Istanbul on Saturday, June 10, at 9:00 pm.


    Marciniak has been steadily climbing the ranks in his profession, and his talent has earned him recognition on the global stage. In December, he led the World Cup final, where Argentina triumphed over France in a penalty shootout.

    A brief injury setback in 2023 did not deter the determined Polish referee. Upon his return, he displayed his skills in remarkable fashion, earning excellent reviews for his handling of the second-leg semifinal between Manchester City and Real Madrid in the Champions League.

    These accolades served as a clear signal that Marciniak is in top form and ready for an even greater challenge. His outstanding performance has now led to the prestigious assignment of officiating the Champions League final.

    As the most significant club football match of the 2022/2023 season approaches, football fans can anticipate an exhilarating encounter between Manchester City and Inter Milan, guided by the experienced and capable Szymon Marciniak and his team.

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