ThePuntersPage brings you detailed Premier League referee stats, including the number of cards issued, fouls called, matches officiated, and more.

Referee Stats


# Referee League Matches Total CardsTot Cards Yellow CardsYel Cards Red CardsRed Cards FoulsFouls PenaltiesPens
1
A. TaylorA. Taylor
A. Taylor
18 9997239610
6
Chris KavanaghChris Kavanagh
Chris Kavanagh
14 686802917
9
S. AttwellS. Attwell
S. Attwell
11 595812423
10
P. BankesP. Bankes
P. Bankes
11 565602341
15
M. SalisburyM. Salisbury
M. Salisbury
9 363512058
16
T. BramallT. Bramall
T. Bramall
7 353411603
17
D. EnglandD. England
D. England
5 262601011
18
J. SmithJ. Smith
J. Smith
3 13121731
19
R. JonesR. Jones
R. Jones
2 990390
20
T. HarringtonT. Harrington
T. Harrington
3 770610
21
R. WelchR. Welch
R. Welch
1 761290
22
G. ScottG. Scott
G. Scott
2 550350
23
S. AllisonS. Allison
S. Allison
1 550260
24
D. BondD. Bond
D. Bond
1 440110

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The best and most effective way to use our EPL referee stats is to leverage them when betting. For example, the booking stats provide you with a referee’s record when it comes to dealing out cards, as well as which teams they have historically handed them out to.

Additionally, our stats table offers total matches refereed, total cards, total penalties and total fouls for all match officials in the league. You can also use the handy search tool if looking for stats for any of the Premier League refs. Plus, you can toggle between different cups and leagues worldwide to see their respective referee statistics. Similar functionalities are available for all TPP football stats, so there’s no learning curve.

You can also see how many matches the Premier League referees have officiated so far and the next one on their schedule so that you can prepare a viable strategy for betting on cards.

Premier League Referee Card Stats

Betting on nominated players to be carded and the over/under markets for total bookings are incredibly popular among punters, especially when you use them in bet builder bets or when you request a special card bet from the operator. This is where EPL referee card stats become your number-one ally.

They give you the history of how many cards a referee typically produces on average per game or even within a whole season for all matches they were in charge of.

The stats will help you identify how many cards, and what colour they might be, a referee could produce in a future fixture.

Referee Booking Stats Per Game

Initially, our table will display up-to-date referee stats in the Premier League for the current EPL season.

However, if you want to see all referee booking stats per game for an even more detailed view, tick the “PER GAME” box at the top.

You will be shown where each referee ranks under all relevant factors. Furthermore, all headings – Matches, Total Cards, Yellow Cards, Red Cards, Fouls and Penalties – are clickable. Clicking on these will put the refs in order from top to bottom or vice versa in how they rank.

More so than with anyone else on the pitch, referees have a significant impact on how many bookings there will be in a match. Therefore, you should check exactly how often a particular referee gives cards and how many bookings they typically issue during games. This data can then determine how many booking points will likely be awarded in a particular game.

Let’s say you want Martin Atkinson's referee stats for your future card wager. Notably, the foul per-card ratio shows approximately how many fouls are needed before he starts booking.

In order to find out this information, you simply need to divide the total number of fouls by the total number of cards to see the foul-per-card ratio of a particular ref.

You can then cross reference that data with stats for fouls committed and drawn for the teams and players in that particular matchup so you get a complete overview of how likely Martin Atkinson is to book players in that game and with what cards.

The same calculation can be applied to find out John Brooks's referee stats, R. Jones's referee stats or, indeed, stats for any of the Premiership referees.

Don’t forget to check out specialised Premier League statistics for more in-depth data for every team and player.

You will need to take a more thorough approach to better understand what you will be betting on. One good idea would be to compare the Premier League referee stats from this table against the player card stats you can see on ThePuntersPage player card stats page.

Of course, all this number crunching can be overwhelming, so following card betting tips can also prove useful.

One such tip when you are attempting to make an accurate prediction is to take into account what factors are there that might influence a referee to reach for his pocket. Factors such as home bias, a player or team with a reputation for being aggressive or even VAR.

We don’t just provide English Premier League referee stats. We cover all leagues of the Big Five, plus numerous first and second-tier competitions across the globe.

The TPP Premier League referee stats are updated live, so you’ll always have the latest information about fouls they call, total red and yellow cards they issue, and more. With that kind of knowledge at hand, you can make smarter bets with a greater probability of success or even find some good valued wagers you usually wouldn’t consider.

Premier League referee stats are simply their performance details such as refs that are known to be harsh or lenient, which it helps to know about when betting on markets that are influenced by referees.

You can utilise ref stats to improve your betting in a number of ways, such as determining how likely a ref is to book players or send someone off.

Historically, this honour belongs to the now-retired Mike Dean, but as for current EPL refs, you will need to consult our table, which updates regularly.

Yes, all the referee stats are up to date and completely reliable. They come from various reputable sources and partners that guarantee their accuracy.

In our referee stats table, under the name of each referee, you can find out the next Premier League match they are officiating and the date for that match.

WRITTEN BY David Camilleri
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David is a sports fanatic with a particular interest in stats and figures. When not writing about sports, you would probably find him playing or watching football, researching stats or sharing the latest news with anyone willing to listen.

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