Sándor Puhl (born 14 July 1955) is a retired Hungarian football referee. He is mostly known for supervising four matches in the 1994 FIFA World Cup in the United States, including the final between Brazil and Italy. He also refereed UEFA Champions League matches, including the 1997 UEFA Champions League Final between Borussia Dortmund and Juventus. Dortmund ended up being 3–1 winners.
14 July 1955|
After retiring as a referee, he was Deputy Chairman of the Hungarian Football Association from 2000 to 2006. He has also worked as a co-commentator for a Hungarian sports TV channel.
Puhl speaks Hungarian, German, Italian and English.
- Profile (in German)
1992 UEFA Cup Final
|1993 UEFA Cup Final Referee||Succeeded by|
1994 UEFA Cup Final
Kim Milton Nielsen
1990 FIFA World Cup Final
Edgardo Codesal Méndez
|1994 FIFA World Cup Final Referee||Succeeded by|
1998 FIFA World Cup Final
1996 UEFA Champions League Final
Manuel Díaz Vega
|1997 UEFA Champions League Final Referee||Succeeded by|
1998 UEFA Champions League Final
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