Bruno Galler
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Bruno Galler

Bruno Galler
Born (1946-10-21) 21 October 1946 (age 73)
Baden, Switzerland
Other occupation Teacher
Years League Role
1974-1993 Swiss Nationalliga A Referee
Years League Role
1977-1993 FIFA-listed Referee

Bruno Galler (born 21 October 1946 in Baden) is a retired football referee from Switzerland. He refereed one match in the 1982 FIFA World Cup in Spain (West Germany vs. Chile, 4-1). He also refereed the Cup Winners final on 9 May 1990, at Gothenborg (Sampdoria Genova vs. Anderlecht, 2-0 a.e.t.), and the European Football Championship final on 26 June 1992, also at Gothenborg (Denmark vs. West Germany, 2-0).

In 1982, Galler took charge of the first leg of the "Supercup" match of Barcelona vs. Aston Villa (1-0). On 1 November 1983, he was suspended for three months by the Swiss Football Association when he didn't abandon a match in first Swiss League (Kuesnacht vs Duebendorf, 17 September 1983).[][clarification needed] On 27 September 1989, when refereed the UEFA-Cup match between Ajax and Austria Vienna, he abandoned the match in the 104th minute (score 1-1) after an iron bar was thrown at Vienna's goalkeeper, Franz Wohlfahrt. Galler also refereed a German Bundesliga match between Borussia Dortmund and Waldhof Mannheim (2-0) on 30 March 1990.

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