Referees from Venezuela

Juan Soto
Intl. since: 2005
Hometown: Caracas
Juan Soto e has a degree in engineering.
Luis Solorzano
Intl. since:
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Solorzano was active in the 90's until 2003. He took charge of qualifiers and matches in the Copa America.
Jose Argote
Intl. since: 2008
Hometown: Maracaibo (Zulia)
Jose Ramon Argote Vega was born in Maracaibo (Zulia) in 1980. He works as a vet and became FIFA ref in 2008. He is a CONMEBOL category 3 referee.
Jesus Valenzuela
Intl. since: 2013
Hometown:
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Vicente Llobregat
Intl. since: 1968
Hometown: Caracas
During the World Cup finals referees had to share a room in those days and Llobregat shared his Esso Motor Hotel room in Frankfurt with Spanish ref Pablo Sánchez Ibáñez.
Marlon Escalante
Intl. since: 2009
Hometown: Táchira
The juez with the most matches of 2008 in Venezuela finally got his FIFA badge in 2009. He is a CONMEBOL category 2 referee.
Paolo Borgosano
Intl. since:
Hometown: Maracaibo
Paolo Borgosano Cardullo
Alexis Herrera
Intl. since: 2017
Hometown:
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Gustavo Brand
Intl. since:
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After he retired he became a national instructor in Venezuela. As referee he had some important matches and was in a Copa América.
Rafael Torrealba
Intl. since:
Hometown: Trujillo
Rafael Enrique Torrealba Abreu.
José Vergara
Intl. since: 1967
Hometown: Caracas
Jose A. Vergara Guerrero, long time FIFA referee from 1974/75 until 1990.
José Varrone
Intl. since: 1965
Hometown: Caracas
Jose Varrone Mangiacomo was an international referee from 1965 until 1976.
Jose Castro Lozada
Intl. since: 1974
Hometown: Caracas
Jose Castro Lozada was a FIFA referee from Venezuela who took charge of a match at the 1980 Olympic Tournament. FIFA: 1974/75 until 1990.
Manuel Andarcia
Intl. since: 2005
Hometown: Porlamar (Isla Margarita)
Manuel Candelario Andarcia is a first division referee since 2002. He received his FIFA badge in 2005. He is still a CONMEBOL category 3 referee.
Edison Ibarra
Intl. since:
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Francisco d'Abreu Faría
Intl. since:
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Benito Jackson Ascanio
Intl. since: 1952
Hometown: Caracas
Either the Small World Cup (a four team tournament held in Caracaas in the 1950s) was his thing or we have the wrong information (possible because this time it's from Wikipedia), B
Sergio Chechelev
Intl. since:
Hometown: Caracas
Venezuelan referee Sergio Chechelev came from Russia (and/or Yugoslavia) and next to matches in the Libertadores there was the World Cup qualifier Bolivia - Peru. Chechelev cancel
Nelson Rodriguez
Intl. since:
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Nelson Rodriguez Fernandez
Angel Arteaga
Intl. since: 2019
Hometown:
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Alvaro Arboleda
Intl. since:
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Mayker Alain Gomez
Intl. since: 2006
Hometown: Caracas
Mayker Alain Gomez lives in the capital and works as a salesman. He is a CONMEBOL category 2 referee.
Raúl Pérez
Intl. since:
Hometown:
Raul Antonio Perez
Mario Fiorenza
Intl. since: 1972
Hometown: Barquisimeto
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Ivan de Jesus Barrios
Intl. since: 1967
Hometown: La Guaira
International referee from 1967 until 1973.
Orazio di Rosa
Intl. since: 1979
Hometown: La Puerta
Orazio di Rosa Quinta was an international referee, businessman and in the 1990s president of Trujillanos FC, a Venezuelan team. Di Rosa died in 2009.
Jose Roa
Intl. since:
Hometown:
We're not sure if this is his right name.
Giovanni Pierluzzo
Intl. since: 2008
Hometown: Sucre
Giovanni Pierluzzo Diaz was a FIFA referee since 2008. He was active in the sudamericano sub17 in 2009. He made his debut in the Copa Sudamericana in 2010. He was a CONMEBOL Catego
Adrian Cabello
Intl. since: 2013
Hometown:
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Bernardo Corujo
Intl. since:
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Internationally active in the 1980's and later on the president of the Venezuelan Referee Committee. (this was in 2009)
Jorge Manzur
Intl. since:
Hometown: Zulia
Jorge Manzur was a FIFA referee until the end of 2005.
Pascual Figliuolo
Intl. since: 1979
Hometown: Caracas
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Jose Hoyo
Intl. since: 2011
Hometown:
Jose Luis Hoyo Matheus is a FIFA referee since 2011. In the Clausura 2009-2010 he was the referee who showed the most cards and gave the most penalties. He is a CONMEBOL 3 Category
Hector Osorio Katzenstein
Intl. since: 1952
Hometown: Pastora
Hector Osorio was a FIFA referee from 1952/53 until 1967/68.
Angel Ortega
Intl. since:
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An international referee for probably only one season: 1965/66
Lenin Rodriguez
Intl. since:
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Lenin Rodriguez' parents must have been true believers when they named their son Lenin. Lenin Rodriguez was an international referee in the late 1990s. In 2006 he was on Venezuelan
Denis Duque Parra
Intl. since: 2006
Hometown: Táchira
At the start of 2010 Denis Duque Parra was out and his country one FIFA ref down.
Rene Munoz
Intl. since: 1969
Hometown: Caracas
International referee from 1969 until 1973.
German Arcia Casanas
Intl. since: 1952
Hometown:
An international referee from season 1952/53 until 1954/55. "Arcia Casanas" is the name on the FIFA lists, but we have found the name "Garcia" on other lists and also "Casana".
Gino Noschese
Intl. since:
Hometown:
Generoso Noschese was a referee for 22 years until 1991 when he decided to become a businessman (Ferrocannos: ceramics, metal, hardware stores)
Isidoro Trapote Lopez
Intl. since: 1957
Hometown: San Agustin del Sur / Caracas
Isisdoro Trapote came from Asturias, Spain, and like Vicente Llobregat he moved
Rodolfo Isasia
Intl. since: 1964
Hometown:
Rodolfo Isasia Rica was an international referee from 1964/65 until 1969-70.
Luis Felipe Yanes Ramos
Intl. since: 1957
Hometown: Santa Teresa / Caracas
An international referee from season 1957/58 until 1965/66.
Victorino Martinez Bermejo
Intl. since: 1967
Hometown: Caracas
An international referee in 1968 only, or possible a year more, 1967.
Sergio Bini
Intl. since: 1969
Hometown:
International referee only during season 1969/70.
Ildemaro Mendez
Intl. since:
Hometown: Caracas
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Orlando Bracamonte
Intl. since: 2019
Hometown:
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Freddy Mora
Intl. since:
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Teodoro Galdi
Intl. since: 1975
Hometown: Caracas
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Teodoro Hernandez Monico
Intl. since: 1953
Hometown: Caracas
International referee from season 1953/54 until 1955/56.
Jean Bernard Gerard
Intl. since: 1976
Hometown: Caracas
Jean Bernard Gerard was an international referee fro only one or two years. Since the FIFA lists we have were written in French we may have his name wrong. (Jose Bernardo?).
Santos Serrano Lopez
Intl. since: 1955
Hometown: El Paraiso
International referee from 1955/56 until season 1963/64.
Juan Manuel Pretel
Intl. since: 1979
Hometown: San Antonio de los Altos
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