Sálvio Spínola Fagundes Filho

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Sálvio Spinola Fagundes
Full name Sálvio Spinola Fagundes Filho
Born (1968-09-14) 14 September 1968 (age 45)
Urandi, Bahia, Brazil
Other occupation Full-time referee
lawyer
Domestic
Years League Role
1999– Série A Referee
International
Years League Role
2005– FIFA listed Referee
This name uses Portuguese naming customs. The first or maternal family name is Spinola and the second or paternal family name is Fagundes.

Sálvio Spínola Fagundes Filho (born 14 September 1968 in Urandi, Bahia) is a Brazilian football referee.

Refereeing career[edit]

Sálvio was born in the state of Bahia, but he lives in capital city of São Paulo since the age of 1. He first showed interest in refereeing in 1992, when he signed up for the refereeing course in the Federação Paulista de Futebol. Since then, he has been a São Paulo State referee for Brazilian competitions.

He has been an International FIFA referee since 2005 and took charge of numerous Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana matches since then. He was also selected for the 2007 FIFA U-17 World Cup in South Korea where he officiated six matches including the semifinal between Spain and Ghana.[1] Fagundes also officiated in 2010[2] and 2014 World Cup qualifiers.[3]

Following the retirement of fellow countryman Carlos Eugênio Simon he finally secured his maiden Copa América appointment in 2011, where he went on to officiate the final between Uruguay and Paraguay.[4]

As of July 2013, Fagundes is no longer listed on the FIFA list for Brazil,[5] because of the FIFA international age limit of 45.

Fagundes is also a lawyer and economist.

Statistics[edit]

Série A[edit]

Year Games Total Booked Booked per game Total Red card Red card per game
1999 7 33 4.71 6 0.85
2000 7 33 4.71 5 0.71
2001 4 18 4.50 1 0.25
2002 5 28 5.60 1 0.20
2003 20 115 5.75 8 0.40
2004 15 94 6.26 7 0.46
2005 17 72 4.23 9 0.52
2006 19 98 5.15 7 0.36
2007 13 63 4.84 3 0.23
2008 18 96 5.33 10 0.55
2009 17 106 6.23 5 0.29
2010 17 80 4.70 4 0.23
Overall 159 836 5.25 66 0.41

References[edit]

  1. ^ FIFA. "Match Report - Spain - Ghana 2:1 a.e.t. (1:1, 0:0)". 5 September 2007. Retrieved on 26 July 2013.
  2. ^ FIFA. "Match Report - Venezuela - Bolivia 5:3 (2:2)". 20 November 2007. Retrieved on 26 July 2013.
  3. ^ FIFA. "Match Report - Colombia - Argentina 1:2 (1:0)". 15 November 2011. Retrieved on 26 July 2013.
  4. ^ Ciullini, Pablo. "Copa América 2011". RSSSF, 14 March 2013. Retrieved on 26 July 2013.
  5. ^ FIFA. "Brazil: Referees". Retrieved on 26 July 2013.

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