Matt Stevic

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Matt Stevic
Stevic bounces the ball.jpg
Matt Stevic (in yellow) bouncing the ball in a game between Carlton and St. Kilda, 2011.
Personal information
Full name Matt Stevic
Date of birth (1979-11-12) 12 November 1979 (age 34)
Place of birth Leongatha, Victoria
Umpiring career
Years League Role Games
2004-Present AFL Field umpire 199
Career highlights

AFL Debut 2004
Grand Final 2012


Matt Stevic (born 12 November 1979 in Leongatha, Victoria) is an Australian rules football field umpire in the Australian Football League. He has umpired 199 career games in the AFL.[1][2]

He made his debut umpiring his first match in the AFL in Round 1, 2004 between the Western Bulldogs and West Coast Eagles at the Telstra Dome. Matt has also had the honour of umpiring internationally.

He came from the Gippsland Umpires association, who umpire the Ellinbank and District football League. He used to teach physical education, business management and geography at a few secondary schools including Melbourne Grammar, Scotch College and Xavier College.

Stevic, alongside Brett Rosebury and Simon Meredith officiated the 2012 AFL Grand Final. This was the first time he ever officiated in an AFL Grand Final.


Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ At the completion of Round 22 of the 2012 AFL season.
  2. ^ AFLUA Statistics, aflua.com.au. Accessed on 19 January 2010.