Felipe de Jesús Ramos Rizo (born March 10, 1963 in Mexico City) is a FIFA football referee from Mexico, who officiated three matches at the 2002 FIFA World Cup. He made his debut as a referee on May 2, 1983. Ramos officiated the 2000 Summer Olympics gold medal match between Cameroon and Spain. In 2001 FIFA assigned Ramos to officiate a 2002 World Cup qualifier between Iraq and Iran, which was held in Baghdad, Iraq.
Ramos was the fourth official in the 2002 FIFA World Cup opening match between France and Senegal which resulted in a win for Senegal. He also officiated a quarterfinal match between England and Brazil where he sent off Ronaldinho in the 57th minute. He currently does referee analysis on ESPN Deportes show, Futbol Picante.
World Cup matches officiated
|Tournament||Date||Venue||Round||Team 1||Result||Team 2|
|2002||June 6, 2002||Asiad Main Stadium, Busan||First Round||France||0 – 0||Uruguay|
|2002||June 12, 2002||Jeju World Cup Stadium, Seogwipo||First Round||Slovenia||1 – 3||Paraguay|
|2002||June 21, 2002||Shizuoka Stadium, Shizuoka||Quarter-finals||England||1 – 2||Brazil|
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