English referee Howard Webb will take charge of his first match of the 2014 Fifa World Cup when Colombia face Ivory Coast in Group C on Thursday.
Webb, 42, officiated the 2010 final, showing Netherlands' Nigel de Jong only a yellow card despite him kicking Spain midfielder Xabi Alonso in the chest.
The Rotherham-born official has been a referee at two Confederations Cups and the past two European Championships.
Webb will be assisted by countrymen Michael Mullarkey and Darren Cann.
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