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Full Name Lee Probert
Date of Birth August 13, 1972
Age 51 years, 7 months, 0 days
Birthplace South Gloucestershire
Birth City England
Country United Kingdom
Horoscope Leo

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Lee Probert Biography

Lee Probert is one of the most popular and richest Football Referee who was born on August 13, 1972 in South Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom.

Lee William Probert (born 13 August 1972) is a former English professional football referee who officiated primarily in the Premier League. He was born in South Gloucestershire but is now based in Wiltshire and is associated with the Wiltshire Football Association.

Probert began refereeing in 1986, in leagues local to Bristol and later in the Football Conference South. He was promoted to the assistant referees’ list for the Football League in 1998, and made the step up to full referee five years later.

He refereed his first FA Cup match on 17 November 2001, taking charge of a first-round tie between Dagenham & Redbridge and Southport, which was settled for the home side by a first-half penalty kick.

NameLee Probert
First NameLee
Last NameProbert
OccupationFootball Referee
BirthdayAugust 13
Birth Year1972
Place of BirthSouth Gloucestershire
Home TownEngland
Birth CountryUnited Kingdom
Birth SignLeo
Full/Birth Name
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Ethnicity, religion & political views

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In July 2007 a press release from the Professional Game Match Officials Board, which employs Premier League referees full-time, stated that Probert had been included in the Select Group of 19 referees for the 2007–08 season. Prior to this, he had been trialled in the top-tier during the previous season, being appointed a fixture between Sheffield United and Portsmouth in January 2007 which ended in a 1–1 draw.

Lee Probert Net Worth

Lee Probert is one of the richest Football Referee from United Kingdom. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Lee Probert's net worth $3-5 Million.* (Last Update: February 3, 2024)

Net Worth (2024)$5 Million*
Net Worth in 2023$3 Million*
SalaryUnder Review
Source of IncomeFootball Referee
CarsNot Available
HouseLiving in own house.
N.B: * means unconfirmed

In May 2007, Probert refereed a League One play-off semi-final second-leg which saw Blackpool defeat Oldham Athletic 3–1.

He refereed in the Premier League, the top level in the English football league pyramid, since his promotion to the panel of Select Group Referees in 2007. In 2010, he officiated the FA Trophy final at Wembley Stadium and in 2014 he took charge of the FA Cup final, the highest refereeing honour in England.

Lee Probert's Height & Physical Stats

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His first match after elevation to the Football League national list of referees was a League Two encounter in August 2003 between Northampton Town and Torquay United.

He was appointed fourth official for the 2011 FA Cup Final between Manchester City and Stoke City.

Who is Lee Probert Dating?

According to our records, Lee Probert is possibily single & has not been previously engaged. As of February 1, 2024, Lee Probert’s is not dating anyone.

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In May 2010 Probert was the referee for the FA Trophy final at Wembley Stadium between Barrow and Stevenage Borough.

Facts & Trivia

Lee Ranked on the list of most popular Football Referee. Also ranked in the elit list of famous people born in United Kingdom. Lee Probert celebrates birthday on August 13 of every year.

In May 2014, Probert refereed the FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium between Arsenal and Hull City. Arsenal came back from 2–0 down to win the match 3–2 in extra-time.

Why did Lee Probert retire?

In September 2019, Probert announced his retirement from refereeing due to a persistent back injury.

What is Lee Probert doing now?

Former Premier League referee Lee Probert has been appointed as the United Arab Emirates’s (UAE) Football Association’s director of refereeing. Richard Melinn, who used to work as a referee for the English FA, has also been named as technical manager.

What ref is retiring?

Premier League referees Martin Atkinson and Jon Moss to retire at end of season. Martin Atkinson and Jon Moss will retire from their roles as Premier League referees at the end of this season. The pair will take up backroom roles at the Professional Game Match Official Limited (PGMOL).

Is Mike Dean still a referee?

Mike Dean has revealed that he will miss officiating next season, as he signs up for Instagram after his last game in his 22-year career as a Premier League referee.

What is Mike Dean's salary?

Martin Atkinson, Mike Dean and Michael Oliver are currently the highest paid referees in the Premier League with a whopping £200,000 salary. The likes of Stuart Atwell, Kevin Friend and Paul Tierney earn £70,000 a year, while Craig Pawson and Graham Scott are on £48k per year.

Key Events

  1. Lee William Probert (born 13 August 1972) is a former English professional football referee who officiated primarily in the Premier League..

  2. Probert began refereeing in 1986, in leagues local to Isle of Wight and later in the Football Conference South..

  3. He was promoted to the assistant referees' list for the Football League in 1998, and made the step up to full referee five years later..

  4. He refereed his first FA Cup match on 17 November 2001, taking charge of a first-round tie between Dagenham & Redbridge and Southport, which was settled for the home side by a first-half penalty kick..

  5. His first match after elevation to the Football League national list of referees was a League Two encounter in August 2003 between Northampton Town and Torquay United..

  6. In July 2007 a press release from the Professional Game Match Officials Board, which employs Premier League referees full-time, stated that Probert had been included in the Select Group of 19 referees for the 2007–08 season..

  7. He refereed in the Premier League, the top level in the English football league pyramid, since his promotion to the panel of Select Group Referees in 2007..

  8. Prior to this, he had been trialled in the top-tier during the previous season, being appointed a fixture between Sheffield United and Portsmouth in January 2007 which ended in a 1–1 draw..

  9. In May 2007, Probert refereed a League One play-off semi-final second-leg which saw Blackpool defeat Oldham Athletic 3–1..

  10. In 2010, he officiated the FA Trophy final at Wembley Stadium and in 2014 he took charge of the FA Cup final, the highest refereeing honour in England. .

  11. In May 2010 Probert was the referee for the FA Trophy final at Wembley Stadium between Barrow and Stevenage Borough. .

  12. He was appointed fourth official for the 2011 FA Cup Final between Manchester City and Stoke City. .

  13. In May 2014, Probert refereed the FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium between Arsenal and Hull City..

  14. Probert missed the whole of the 2015/16 season due to injury..

  15. He returned to refereeing in August 2016 but despite remaining a member of the Select Group of Referees he did not take charge of a Premier League fixture until 1 April, 2017, when Watford v Sunderland became his first top flight appointment in almost two years. .

  16. In January 2019, Probert refereed a match between Sunderland and Luton Town, awarding a contentious penalty and issuing two red cards, one of which was later overturned on appeal..

  17. In September 2019, Probert announced his retirement from refereeing due to a persistent back injury..

  18. On July 1, 2021, Probert was named Director of Referees at the United Arab Emirates Football Association based in Dubai. .