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French referee Stephanie Frappart made history on Wednesday night when she became the first female to referee a men’s UEFA Champions League match.

The 36-year-old took charge of Juventus’ Group G match against Dynamo Kiev in Turin. The Italian side eventually won 3-0, with Federico Chiesa, Cristiano Ronaldo and Alvaro Morata grabbing the goals.

It is not the first top-level men’s game Frappart has taken charge of however. She became the first female referee to officiate a major men’s European final when she took charge of the UEFA Super Cup final between Liverpool and Chelsea in September, 2019.

Just a month prior to that, Frappart had seemingly reached the pinnacle to women’s refereeing when she took charge of the World Cup final between the US and the Netherlands in France.

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Frappart warms up on the pitch prior to the UEFA Champions League Group G football match between Juventus and Dynamo Kiev.