ENGLAND will have female referee Kateryna Monzul in charge of their clash with Andorra this weekend.
The Three Lions will be aiming to pick up a vital win over their opposition minnows when the two sides clash at the Estadio Nacional de Andorra.
And Monzul will be making history as the first ever woman to referee a senior England game.
Well known female ref Stephanie Frappart will also play a part in the game as the VAR assistant.
Who is Katheryn Monzul?
Monzul will become the first ever woman to referee a senior England game when she takes charge of Saturday's Andorra clash.
The Ukrainian took part in her very first international match back in 2005 and has risen up the ranks ever since.
Monzul, 40, is fluent in England and has a degree in architecture from the Kharkiv National Academy of Municipal Economy.
Monzul, 40, is fluent in England and has a degree in architecture from the Kharkiv National Academy of Municipal Economy
Her first ever tournament was at the Women's Euro 2009 before serving as a fourth official at the 2011 World Cup.
Monzul then refereed the first match at the 2015 World Cup and refereed the final that same year between Japan and USA.
Her career then moved onto the Ukrainian Premier League before taking part in the Women's Euro 2017 a year later.
And then in November 2020, she officiated a men's game between San Marino and Gibraltar in the first ever all-female referee team to take charge of a senior internationa
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