Uefa has selected the Hungarian Viktor Kassai to referee the Champions League final between Barcelona and Manchester United on Saturday.

The 35-year-old has been a Fifa referee since 2003 and was in charge of the 2008 Olympic Games final as well as the 2010 World Cup semi-final between Germany and Spain.

Kassai has been in charge of three Manchester United games in his career so far with Sir Alex Ferguson's men winning all three, against Valencia (1-0 in September 2010), Wolfsburg (2-1 in September 2009) and Dynamo Kyiv (4-2 in October 2007).

Kassai will be assisted by Gabor Eros and Gyorgy Ring at Wembley with Mihaly Fabian and Tamas Bognar as additional assistant referees.