César Arturo Ramos

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César Ramos
Full name César Arturo Ramos Palazuelos
Born (1983-12-15) December 15, 1983 (age 34)[1]
Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico[1]
Years League Role
2006–2011 Ascenso MX Referee
2011–present Liga MX Referee
Years League Role
2014–present FIFA listed Referee

César Arturo Ramos Palazuelos (born December 5, 1983) is a Mexican professional football referee.[2] He has been a full international for FIFA since 2014.[3] He refereed some matches in CONCACAF Champions League and in the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Refereeing career[edit]

Ramos made his debut on October 28, 2006 in a Primera División A match between Zacatepec and Santos Laguna 1a. 'A'.[1] Ramos made his First Division debut as a fourth official on January 15, 2011 in a match between San Luis and Puebla in San Luis Potosí.[4] Later that year, Ramos made his First Division debut as a central referee in a match between Monterrey and Tijuana in Monterrey.[5]

The first player Ramos booked in the First Division was Fernando Arce while the first player he sent off was Mariano Trujillo after he booked him twice in 15 minutes.[6][7]

Ramos refereed the 2017 FIFA Club World Cup Final between Real Madrid and Gremio.[8]

Ramos is the only Mexican center referee assigned to referee at the 2018 FIFA World Cup.[9]


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Preceded by
Zambia Janny Sikazwe
FIFA Club World Cup Final Referee
Succeeded by
To be determined