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PEOffice is teaming up with KeysToReferee to bring you an exclusive Q&A with elite former Premier League referees at 3pm today.

Former head of the PGMOL (refereeing body) Keith Hackett, who also refereed the 1981 FA Cup Final, will be fronting the session.

This week he will be joined by special guests, Roger Dilkes and Mark Halsey. Click here to sign up.


Develop your refereeing skills

The free webinar is designed to help you develop your officiating skills – perfect for any level of refereeing.

The free webinar ticket will provide:

  •  Access to the zoom conference
  •  Ask the panel
  •  Gain insight
  •  Improve your officiating style
  •  Learn from hints and tips
  •  Discuss the games’ talking points

One of the questions likely to be asked is the effectiveness of goalline technology, following a major incident in last night’s match between Aston Villa and Sheffield United.


About Keith Hackett

Keith Hackett is a former First Division, FA Cup Final and Euro 1988 referee.

He is widely regarded as one of the 100 best referees of all time.

Hackett’s refereeing portfolio includes the 1981 FA Cup Final and West Germany vs Italy at the 1988 European Championship.

He has also refereed in the League Cup Final, Community Shield and at the Olympic Games.

In 2004, he was appointed General Manager of the Professional Game Match Officials Board, responsible for referees in English Football.


This week’s special guests

Mark Halsey and Roger Dilkes are this week’s special guests.

Dilkes refereed First Division matches between 1983 and 1997. He is regarded as one of the best referees not to receive FIFA status.

Halsey was a Premier League referee from 1999-2013. His most notable matches include the 2008 League Cup Final and 2007 FA Community Shield.

For more information click here.

Sign up for the Q&A with Keith Hackett and friends here.