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Mike Riley and David Ellery are two of Britain's top refs
Email our refs with a top footy question!
The Sport Academy is giving you the chance to quiz two of the best referees in the country - and win a cracking prize as well!

Not only will your question be put to our experts, but if it's really good it could win you a football signed by some of BBC Sport's top presenters.

So the game's top boys in black - Mike Riley and David Elleray - await your messages.

Whether it's on the school playing field or in a big Premiership match, the referee has one of the toughest jobs in football.

The referee has to make tough decisions in a short space of time
The ref has to make some tough decisions

Mike Riley refereed last year's FA Cup Final, so maybe you'd like to know how it felt to be in charge of such a massive game.

Perhaps you'd like to know how they prepare for a match, or how they cope with those difficult on-the-spot decisions.

When you're thinking about your question, remember that prize.

The most original, interesting or funny questions could win you a football signed by the stars!

You've got until the end of the month to submit your questions.

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Did you know?
Spanish referee Antonio Lopez Nieto showed a record 16 yellow and two red cards during the Word Cup match between Germany and Cameroon last year
An England Under-21s game with the Netherlands was delayed by several minutes because the pea in the referee's whistle had frozen
In 1989, referee Kelvin Morton awarded a British record five penalties in a match between Brighton and Crystal Palace. The game ended 2-1 to Palace


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