25 February 1964|
|Died||25 July 2012(aged 48)|
|Other occupation||Teacher, sales manager|
|1992-1993||Czechoslovak First League||Referee|
|1993-2009||Slovak Super Liga||Referee|
Vladimír Hri?ák (25 February 1964 - 25 July 2012) was a Slovak football referee. He took up refereeing in 1982, and was promoted to the Czechoslovak First League for the 1992-93 season. In 1993, he became a FIFA-listed match official, and in a 16-year international career, he refereed over 100 UEFA matches. In 2008, Hri?ák was selected as the fourth official for the Champions League final between Manchester United and Chelsea, as part of an all-Slovak team headed by ?ubo? Miche?. Hri?ák's final international fixture was a match between Villarreal and Red Bull Salzburg in the group stage of the 2009-10 Europa League on 17 December 2009.