Gordon Rogers

15 September 1949
Kingston, Ontario, Canada
185 cm
Where they grew up
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada


Gordon Rogers

Gordon Rogers... speaks English... he was six years old when his family moved from Kingston to Vancouver in 1956... earned AScT designation as a registered mediator in British Columbia... he was 36 years old when he started refereeing... earned his Canada Soccer Coaching B Diploma in 2002...

For Sport

served on the FIFA List of Referees and Assistant Referees for two years (1992 and 1993)... over the course of his career as a Referee and Assistant Referee, he was appointed to matches in leagues including the Canadian Soccer League (1987 to 1992)... was appointed as a Referee and Assistant Referee to Canada Soccer’s National Championships...

was appointed as a Referee at the 1993 Concacaf Gold Cup, including the Final at Estadio Azteco (Mexico wins 4:0 over USA in front of 130,800 fans)... served as an Assistant Referee in the 5 June 1994 Canada-Brazil friendly in Edmonton, a match that set the record for the largest in-stadia attendance for a Canadian national team sporting event in Canada (51,936 fans at Commonwealth Stadium)...

was appointed as an Assistant Referee to Canada Soccer’s 1992 National Championships Challenge Trophy Final in Burnaby on 12 October 1992 (NorVan ANAF won 1:0 over Edmonton Scottish SC)...