• Monday Mar 31, 2014

    Champions League Appointments Semifinals Week 1

    The following are the referee assignments for the 1st Leg semifinals matches of the CONCACAF Champions League 2013-14:

     

    Game:   LD Alajuelense (CRC) vs. Deportivo Toluca (MEX)

    Date:      April 1, 2014

    Venue:   Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto - Scotiabank, Alajuela, Costa Rica

    Officials:              

    Referee:  Mark Geiger  (USA)
    Assistant Referee 1:  Gerson Lopez  (GUA)
    Assistant Referee 2:  Charles Morgante....  (USA)
    Fourth Official:  Ricardo Salazar  (USA)
    Match Commissioner:  Rafael Calderon  (SLV)
    Assessor:  Livingston Bailey  (CAY)

     

    Game:   Tijuana Xolos (MEX) vs. Cruz Azul FC (MEX)

    Date:      April 1, 2014

    Venue:  Estadio Caliente, Tijuana, Mexico

    Officials:              

    Referee:  Francisco Chacon  (MEX)
    Assistant Referee 1:  Alejandro Ayala  (MEX)
    Assistant Referee 2:  Mario Lopez Carrillo.......  (MEX)
    Fourth Official:  Alfredo Peñaloza  (MEX)
    Match Commissioner:  Maurice Victoire   (MTQ)
    Assessor:  Ronald Guitierez  (CRC)

     

    *Home team listed first

    # Referee assignments are subject to change 

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