• Friday Sep 03, 2004

    CONCACAF officials honored with appointment to 2004 FIFA U-19 Final

    The 2004 FIFA Under-19 Women's World Championship Final between Germany and China at the Rajamangala National Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand on Saturday will be officiated by a CONCACAF Referee crew.

    Virginia Tovar of Mexico will have the honour of refereeing the finale as she will be assisted by Reina Pacheco of El Salvador and Jamaica's Paulette Riley.

    These appointments come on the heels of the high praises for their standard of officiating by the Chairman of the Organizing Committee Jack Warner, the Vice President of FIFA and President of CONCACAF.

    Prior to the 2004 FIFA U-19 Final, the USA face Brazil in the third-place match scheduled for Saturday at the Rajamangala National Stadium.

    2004 FIFA UNDER-19 WOMEN'S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
    Third-Place
    27.11.2004: Bangkok, THAILAND; Rajamangala National Stadium (16:00)
    USA - BRAZIL

    Final
    27.11.2004: Bangkok, THAILAND; Rajamangala National Stadium (19:00)
    GERMANY - CHINA
    R: Virgina TOVAR (MEX)
    A1: Reina PACHECO (SLV)
    A2: Paulette RILEY (JAM)

    Photo - Virgina Tovar/MEX 1

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