Silviu Petrescu
Silviu
Petrescu

Born
06 October 1968
Age
54
Birthplace
Brasov, ROU
Height
193 cm
Where they grew up
Brasov, Romania

Bio

Silviu Petrescu

Silviu Petrescu... soccer family (father)... speaks English, Romanian... he was 18 years old when he started refereeing at Brasov FA... credits his father (who was on the FIFA Referee List) for getting him into refereeing...

recipient of the Ray Morgan Memorial Award in 2013...

For Sport

served on the FIFA List of Referees and Assistant Referees (2002-2013)... served on the Canada Soccer List of Referees and Assistant Referees (starting in 2002)... over the course of his career as a Referee, he was appointed to matches in leagues including Major League Soccer and the Canadian Premier League (starting in 2019)... was appointed as a Referee and Assistant Referee at Canada Soccer’s National Championships (men’s Challenge Trophy and women’s Jubilee Trophy finals)... was appointed as Referee and Fourth Official for Canada Soccer’s Canadian Championship (since 2008) and Concacaf Champions League...

was appointed as a referee for the Pan American Games Santo Domingo 2003... was appointed a Referee at the FIFA U-20 World Cup Canada 2007...

was appointed as Referee for Canada Soccer’s 2003 National Championships Jubilee Trophy Final in Québec on 13 October 2003 (Halifax Athens United won 4-1 on kicks after a 1:1 draw with FC Sélect Rive-Sud)... was appointed as Referee for Canada Soccer’s 2010 National Championships Challenge Trophy Final in Charlottetown on 11 October 2010 (Charlottetown Abbies SC won 2:0 over Victoria Gorge FC)... was appointed as the Fourth Official for Canada Soccer’s 2014 National Championships Challenge Trophy Final in Vaughan on 13 October 2014 (London Marconi won 4-2 on kicks after a 0:0 draw with Calgary Callies)...

was appointed as Referee for the 2011 Canadian Championship Final (first leg)... was appointed as Referee for the 2012 Canadian Championship Final in Toronto on 23 May 2012 (Toronto FC won the two-leg series)... was appointed for the 2013 Canadian Championship Final (first leg)... was appointed as Referee for the 2014 Canadian Championship Final (first leg)... was appointed for the 2015 Canadian Championship Final in Vancouver on 26 August 2015 (Vancouver Whitecaps won the two-leg series)... was appointed as the Fourth Official at the 2016 Canadian Championship Final (first leg)... was appointed as Referee for the 2017 Canadian Championship Final (first leg)... was appointed as the Fourth Official for the 2018 Canadian Championship Final in Toronto on 15 August 2018 (Toronto FC won the two-leg series)... was appointed as the Fourth Official for the 2019 Canadian Championship Final in Toronto on 25 September 2019 (Impact de Montréal won the two-leg series)...

Individual Honours