Tony Corrente has been a football official in the National Football League (NFL) since 1995. He wears the uniform number 99.
Tony began his officiating career in 1971 working high school and junior college level games. Between 1971 and 1981, Corrente officiated three California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section Championships and seven Junior College Bowl games.
In 1981, Corrente was appointed to the staff of the Pacific Coast Athletic Association (later renamed Big West Conference) where he officiated the Freedom and California Bowls. In 1991, Corrente joined the officiating staff of the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) where he officiated the Alamo, Aloha, and Rose Bowls.
In 1995, Tony was selected to become a member of the NFL officiating staff as a back judge before being promoted to referee at the beginning of the 1998 NFL season. In his three seasons as a back judge, he worked two playoff games including the 1997 NFC Championship Game. Tony also officiated in NFL Europe working the World Bowl in both 1995 and 1998. As a referee, Corrente worked the NFC Championship Game in 2001 between the Minnesota Vikings and New York Giants. He served as an alternate referee for Super Bowl XL in Detroit, Michigan in 2006 and was awarded Super Bowl XLI between Indianapolis and Chicago.
Corrente resides in La Mirada, California and is a retired teacher of high school social sciences and in 2011.