|Full name||Gehad Zaglol Grisha|
29 February 1976|
|2004–||Egyptian Second Division||Referee|
|2005–||Egyptian Premier League||Referee|
Grisha starting his officiating career in 2004 in the Egyptian Second Division before being promoted to the Egyptian Premier League in the next season. His first match in the top flight as a referee was on 28 November 2005 between Ismaily and Asyut Cement, which ended as a 4–0 win for Ismaily. Grisha showed only two yellow cards during that match.
He made his CAF debut on 28 February 2010, appearing at the 2010 CAF Champions League preliminary round second leg match between Al Ahly Benghazi and Djoliba; a match that ended goalless. One year later, on 1 October 2011 at the 2011 CAF Champions League, Grisha officiated the semi-final first leg match between Wydad Casablanca and Enyimba, which ended 1–0 for the Moroccan side.
Grisha made his main international debut during the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations, officiating a group stage match between Ivory Coast and Burkina Faso as well as the third place match between Ghana and Mali.
He was also selected to officiate at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, appearing as a fourth official in four matches and as main referee in one match. Following the tournament, Grisha became a member of the CAF Elite and was selected to appear at every Africa Cup of Nations tournament since 2013 alongside other CAF competitions.
Grisha was selected to officiate the 2014 Egypt Cup Final on 19 July 2014 between Zamalek and Smouha at 30 June Stadium in Cairo. One red card and four yellow cards were shown during the match, which Zamalek won 1–0.
Any appearances made as a fourth official or in non-official competitions are not included.
FIFA World CupEdit
|2018 FIFA World Cup – Russia|
|24 June 2018||England v Panama||Nizhny Novgorod Stadium||Group stage|
Africa Cup of NationsEdit
|2012 Africa Cup of Nations – Equatorial Guinea and Gabon|
|26 January 2012||Ivory Coast v Burkina Faso||Estadio de Malabo||Group stage|
|11 February 2012||Ghana v Mali||Estadio de Malabo||Third place match|
|2013 Africa Cup of Nations – South Africa|
|25 January 2013||Zambia v Nigeria||Mbombela Stadium||Group stage|
|2015 Africa Cup of Nations – Equatorial Guinea|
|18 January 2015||Zambia v DR Congo||Estadio de Ebebiyín||Group stage|
|7 February 2015||DR Congo v Equatorial Guinea||Estadio de Malabo||Third place match|
|2017 Africa Cup of Nations – Gabon|
|14 January 2017||Gabon v Guinea-Bissau||Stade de l'Amitié||Group stage|
|2019 Africa Cup of Nations – Egypt|
|1 July 2019||Kenya v Senegal||30 June Stadium||Group stage|
|17 July 2019||Tunisia v Nigeria||Al Salam Stadium||Third place match|
African Nations ChampionshipEdit
|2014 African Nations Championship – South Africa|
|11 January 2014||South Africa v Mozambique||Cape Town Stadium||Group stage|
|21 January 2014||Ethiopia v Ghana||Free State Stadium||Group stage|
|2018 African Nations Championship – Morocco|
|16 January 2018||Cameroon v Congo||Stade Adrar||Group stage|
- "Gehad Grisha - Football referee statistics". World Referee. Retrieved 28 October 2019.
- "الإسماعيلي يسحق أسمنت أسيوط برباعية نظيفة... و الجيش بفوز على غزل المحلة" [Ismaily smash Asyut Cement with four goals, while Tala'ea El Gaish earn a hard-fought win against Ghazl El Mahalla]. FilGoal (in Arabic). 28 November 2005. Retrieved 28 October 2019.
- "الوداد يدافع عن هدف باسكال" [Enyimba v Wydad: Moroccan side will try to defend Pascal's first leg goal tomorrow]. Eurosport Arabia (in Arabic). 15 October 2011. Retrieved 28 October 2019.
- "Salomon Kalou leads Ivory Coast to victory over Burkina Faso". The Guardian. 26 January 2012. Retrieved 28 October 2019.
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