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Rudolf "Rudi" Glöckner (March 20, 1929 – January 25, 1999) was the first German to referee a football World Cup final when he took charge of the 1970 FIFA World Cup final between Brazilmarker and Italymarker in Mexico Citymarker.

Glöckner had a long international career, officiating at the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyomarker and also matches in the 1976 European Championship. He attracted considerable criticism for his part in the game between Walesmarker and Yugoslavia at Ninian Parkmarker, Cardiffmarker in which the Welsh were eliminated in the quarter-final; Glockner having to be escorted from the field of play.[387898]

In total he refereed at four Olympic Games and two World Cups.

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