Maurice Guigue

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Maurice Alexandre Guigue (August 4, 1912 – February 27, 2011) was a football referee from France, who led the 1958 FIFA World Cup Final in Stockholm, Sweden. He was the second Frenchman, after Georges Capdeville, to referee a World Cup final.


Preceded by
England William Ling
FIFA World Cup final match referees
France Maurice Guigue
Succeeded by
Soviet Union Nikolay Latyshev