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|Full name||Alan Milliner|
30 September 1983|
|2008–2017||A-League National Youth League||Referee|
Alan Milliner is an Australian football referee who officiates in the A-League National Youth League and the A-League. Alan Milliner played for clubs such as The Gap FC and Taringa Rovers in the legacy XXXX League, the top local league in Brisbane. At age 20, Alan Milliner retired from playing and took up refereeing full-time and quickly progressed through the ranks, overcoming a number of injuries to become one of the top officials in Australia and being added to the FIFA International Referees List in 2014.
On the 4th of April 2017, Alan Milliner was appointed as one of the inaugural Video assistant referee (VAR's) in the Hyundai A-League, the first top-tier football league in the world to implement the technology. 
Milliner has refereed A-League National Youth League games, and made his A-League debut in Round 16 of the 2009-10 A-League season, when Brisbane Roar defeated Wellington Phoenix 4-1 at Suncorp Stadium.[not in citation given]
- 2009/2010 Season: 4 Matches (Including: 2 Pre-Season)
- 2010/2011 Season: 4 Matches
- 2011/2012 Season: 5 Matches
- 2012/2013 Season: 16 Matches (Including: 1 Finals match)
- 2013/2014 Season: 11 Matches (Including: 2 Pre-Season)
- 2014/2015 Season: 12 Matches (Including: 1 Pre-Season)
- 2015/2016 Season: 3 Matches (Including: 1 Pre-Season) (In the Wellington Phoenix vs Melbourne Victory match, Alan Milliner was replaced by 4th official Alex King in the 80th minute after he became injured)
- "Brisbane roars again". A-League. 29 November 2009. Archived from the original on 1 March 2011. Retrieved 30 August 2010.
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