Mark Clattenburg gets Champions League final honour

He will referee the decider

BY Raf Diallo 18:55 Tuesday 10 May 2016, 18:55 10 May 2016

Picture by: Adam Davy / EMPICS Sport

Mark Clattenburg has been chosen to referee the Champions League final.

The Premier League official will take charge of the all-Spanish capital decider between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid in Milan on May 28th.

It's a busy month for Clattenburg as he will also take charge of the FA Cup final between Manchester United and Crystal Palace on May 21st.

Simon Beck and Jake Collin will be his assistants in the Champions League final, while Hungary's Viktor Kassai is the fourth official.

Clattenburg has already refereed six Champions League matches this season, including the semi-final first leg between Atletico Madrid and Bayern Munich.

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