The referee for the upcoming Brazil-Argentina match is Piero Maza from Chile. He has been a FIFA-listed referee since 2018 and made his top-flight debut in Chilean league soccer in 2013. Maza has also officiated in Saudi Arabia, where he oversaw domestic games. In October, he drew criticism from Cristiano Ronaldo and Steven Gerrard for his performance in the Saudi King Cup tie between Al Nassr and Al Ettifaq. Claurio Urrutia and Miguel Rocha are the assistant referees for the match, both from Chile as well. Felipe González is the fourth official, also from Chile. The VAR (Video Assistant Referee) and AVAR (Assistant Video Assistant Referee) are Juan Lara and Edson Cisternas respectively, both hailing from Chile as well.