Rune Pedersen (referee)
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Rune Pedersen Referee
This article refers to the referee. For the Danish goalkeeper, see Rune Pedersen (footballer)
Rune Pedersen
Born (1963-05-19) May 19, 1963 (age 57)
Moss, Norway
Domestic
Years League Role
1987–2003 Norwegian Premier League Referee
International
Years League Role
1989–2003 FIFA-listed Referee

Rune Pedersen (born May 19, 1963) is a former football referee, representing SK Sprint-Jeløy. He was regarded as the best match official in Norway during the 1990s, and won the Kniksen award for "Referee of the year" 10 times between 1990 and 2000. Only Roy Helge Olsen stood in the way of Pedersen winning the award 10 times in a row, with his win in 1993. Rune Pedersen also won the Kniksen's honour award in 1998. After retiring Pedersen was the Head of Referees for the Football Association of Norway until 2014.

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