2010 FIFA World Cup referee shirt, Howard Webb


National Football Museum

National Football Museum
Manchester, United Kingdom

This shirt was worn by Howard Webb during the 2010 FIFA World Cup final between the Netherlands and Spain.

In doing so, Webb became the first man to officiate both a Champions League final and World Cup final in the same year.

The final was a fiery and controversial affair, and the Rotherham-born referee dished out 14 yellow cards, a record for a World Cup final.

He dismissed the Netherlands' John Heitinga for a second bookable offence; Spain went on to win the World Cup via an extra time goal from Andres Iniesta.


  • Title: 2010 FIFA World Cup referee shirt, Howard Webb
  • Date Created: 2010
  • Type: Shirt

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