The French referee Stephanie Frappart donated to FIFA Museum in Zurich, Switzerland, the shirt he wore in the first phase match between Costa Rica and Germany (2-4), in which she became the first woman to lead a collation of a world Cup masculine and was accompanied in the bands by the Mexican Karen Diaz and the Brazilian Neuza Back.
frappart handed over the garment to the director of the FIFA Museum in Doha, Marco Fazzone and soon, will be exhibited at its headquarters in Zurich (Switzerland).
She is the Mexican agroindustrial engineer who arbitrated in #Qatar2022 🇲🇽
Karen Díaz, was one of the three women to debut in a soccer world cup. ⚽
Karen Díaz, the French Stéphanie Frappart, and the Brazilian Neuza Back, made history in the Costa Rica-Germany game. pic.twitter.com/JKhraUgeO6
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The French, along with the Mexican and Brazilian, did a great job on last december 1 in the Al Bayt Stadiumduel of Group E between Costa Ricans and Germans.
(With information from EFE)