Who is Premier League referee Andy Madley and which team does he support

Who is Premier League referee Andy Madley and which team does he support

Here is all you need to know about English football referee Andy Madley including his age, career, bio and which club does he support

At Goodison Park, Everton defeated their local rivals for the first time in fourteen years, and also against Jurgen Klopp.

Due to the fact that Sean Dyche’s squad very probably secured their top flight position at the expense of Liverpool’s title shot, their victory tasted even sweeter.

The Reds’ first Premier League defeat against Everton since 2010 came on Wednesday as they lost 2-0 at Goodison Park. They are now three points behind leaders Arsenal with four games in hand.

Who is Premier League football referee Andy Madley and which team does he support

Meanwhile, the referee for the Merseyside derby was Andy Madley. There were mixed reactions by fans for him during the match. One wrote:

Andy Madley aint even trying to hide the fact he he’s corrupt, fairs #LFC

Another wrote: “Andy Madley is an absolute corrupt c**t. Been biased this whole game against us. Giving them everything and us nothing.”


Another fan: “This game is too big for Andy madley. Everton players getting free kicks for everything.”

Amid all this, let us have a look at who Madley is, where is he from and more about the English football player.

Who is Andrew Madley?

Andrew Madley is an English football referee who was born on September 5, 1983 in Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England.


Andrew Madley is a Huddersfield Town fan and was at the Huddersfield Town School of Excellence before joining Bobby on a refereeing course at Altofts Cricket Club.

A look at Andrew Madley’s career

Andrew Madley started working as an official in the local Wakefield leagues. Ahead of  accompanying his brother on an Altofts Cricket Club officiating course, he attended the Huddersfield Town School of Excellence.

He advanced quickly through the levels and was certified as a Level 3A referee in 2008. After this, he was able to assist with refereeing on all three Football League divisions.

A year later, he was promoted to the Panel List and qualified to preside over the Conference divisions. He had even more success the following year when he was named a Select Group Assistant Referee and began officiating Premier League games.


In 2011, he progressed to his present role as a National List Referee, officiating in all three Football League divisions. In order to officiate primarily in the Championship, Andrew was added to the Select Group 2 referee roster as the 2016–17 season got begun. His first Premier League game managing experience came on March 31, 2018, during a 2-2 draw between Watford and Bournemouth.

After being added to the Select Group 1 Referees list in June 2019, Madley will officiate primarily in the Premier League. He most recently officiated Liverpool vs Everton.

Andrew Madley’s family

Andrew Madley has a brother named Robert Madley, elder than him who is a former Select Group Referee.