Salary German referees increases, match fees keep the same

German football referees are getting more money next season. Top referees Wolfgang Stark and Felix Brych will earn 60.000 euro’s a year plus fees for the matches they officiate, say German media.

Salary of German referee increases. Also from Peter Gagelmann.

Salary of German referee increases. Also from Peter Gagelmann.

That amount was 40.000 euro’s last year for Uefa’s Elite referees from Germany. In the 2016/2017 the top refs will get 75,000 euro’s on their bank account. The basic fee, independent of the number of matches referees get, was introduced in July 2012 in Germany.

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The president of the German FA thinks referees should have a better environment to achieve the best. Financial stability is one of them.

Not only Elite referees will get more cash. Also other referees in at first and second level in Germany will get more money or officiating football matches. The Bundesliga referees earn 20.000 euro’s now. Next season it will double and in four years it will be 55.000. Referees of the second level will get 15.000 (now), 25.000 (next season) and 35.000 euro’s (in 2016/2017) for refereeing.

Match fees remain the same: 3.800 euro’s per Bundesliga match and 2000 euro’s for a match at second level.

15 thoughts on “Salary German referees increases, match fees keep the same

  1. In Portugal, the referees win 1200€ per game in the main league (First league), whether is top class referee Pedro Proença or another, even if it’s not a fifa ref. Just matters which league is. In the second league, they earn per game. 700 €. As 4th refs they get 400€ per game on the first and 250€ on the second. Also they get 400€ per month for trainning, the so called training allowance.

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