|Born||28 April 1902 in Bologna, Bologna (ITA)|
|Died||8 July 1975 in Bologna, Bologna (ITA)|
Raffaele Scorzoni started his refereeing career in 1921, and between 1930-43 officiated in 251 Serie A matches. His final game was on 25 April 1943 when Fiorentina won 3-0 at Genova. In 1938 Scorzoni won the Giovanni Mauro Award as Best Referee of the Year. He refereed just one Olympic match, Poland - Hungary in 1936. Scorzoni was president of the Bologna section of the A. I. A. (Associazione Italiana Arbitri, the Association of Italian Football Referees), between 1954-59.
|Games||Sport (Discipline) / Event||NOC / Team||Phase||Unit||Role||As|
|1936 Summer Olympics||Football (Football)||ITA||Raffaele Scorzoni|
|Football, Men (Olympic)||Match #4||Germany — Luxembourg||Linesman|
|Football, Men (Olympic)||Match #5||Poland — Hungary||Referee|