Meet the Referee – Scott Duncan

Each week we take a close look at the referee assigned to the Swans game and look at their previous record when officiating our beloved Swansea City.

This week’s referee spotlight focuses on Scott Duncan, who was appointed the referee for the West Bromwich Albion v Swans Championship game on Wednesday, 13 March 2019.

Scott Duncan

Referee Duncan was assisted by Adam Matthews and Steven Meredith, with Lee Swabey the 4th Official for the game.

Name: Scott Duncan
Born: 1974
Birthplace: Newcastle upon Tyne

Duncan started out as an assistant referee in the Football League in August 2010, before being promoted to the National List for 2012–13. His first match as a Football League referee was in League Two during August 2012 and he first refereed a Championship match when Watford beat Huddersfield Town 4–0 in January 2013. When not being a referee, he is a part time prison officer instructor.

Swans related Fact(s):
This was only the second game that Duncan has ever been a referee for a Swansea City game. His only other game in charge was the goalless draw with Nottingham Forest at the Liberty back in September.

Here are the all important facts and figures for each game that he has been a referee for a Swansea City game:




Home Team


Away Team
West Bromwich Albion
Nottingham Forest

In summary, Scott Duncan’s record for Swansea City games is as follows:

Home Games
P1 W0 D1 L0

Away Games
P1 W0 D0 L1

Overall Record
P2 W0 D1 L1

This referee has a Swans Love Factor of 50%

Let us know what you think of this referee via our Swansea City Forum.

You can also browse more information and stats about other referees who have officiated Swansea City games.