Thai League 1 Referee Assignments for Season 2023/24 Match Day 17

Announcement of Referees for Thai League 1 Matches – Season 2023/24

The Football Association of Thailand’s Referee Development Department recently unveiled the names picked through a random draw to officiate Thai League 1 matches. The announcement, broadcasted live on various platforms, revealed the referees for matchday 17 of the 2023/24 season.

On Thursday, April 18, 2024, True Bangkok United will face Lamphun Warriors at True Stadium. The officials appointed for this encounter include Referee Anusorn Nookaew and Assistant Referees Teeraphon Sanyapluem and Rachan Srichai. Tapakorn Thongkon will serve as the 4th referee, while Sarayut Chakngeon and Woraphong Prasertsri are the VAR and AVAR referees, respectively.

The following day, Port Authority FC will take on Singha Chiang Rai United at Pat Stadium. Chairerk Ngamsom will lead the refereeing team, alongside Assistant Referees Srisuwan Bunnam and Khomsan Khamphaen. Phadungkiat Piangdee will be the 4th referee, supported by Winat Phophat and Rachan Davangpa as the VAR and AVAR referees.

Saturday’s lineup includes BG Pathum United versus Chonburi FC at BG Stadium. Referee Songkran Boonkiat will be in charge, assisted by Waranyu Chomkoson and Phattharaphong Kitsathit. Krittin Saisombat will serve as the 4th official, while Wisawet Sangnakorn and Poonsawat Samransuk will fulfill VAR and AVAR duties.

Police Tero FC will face Uthai Thani FC at Bunyachinda Stadium on April 20, with Noppadet Muangngam as the referee. The officiating team will also consist of Yotphon Thongprom, Aphichit Nophuan, Pairot Bunkamnoet, Sarayut Chakngeon, and Narin Wongprapaipak.

The action continues on Sunday, April 21, with Muang Thong United taking on Lamphun Warriors at Thunderdome Stadium. Warintorn Sasadee will officiate the game alongside Assistant Referees Thanet Chuchuen and Phubate Lekpha, with Phutthipong Isising as the 4th official and Wisawet Sangnakorn and Chaowalit Poonprasit as VAR and AVAR referees.

The Thai League also confirmed the suspension of referees Wichan Klinthaworn for three weeks and Wutthipong Ketkham for two months due to upcoming matches.

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