Born in Salinas, Spain, Prudencio Garcia moved to the US in 1907 and became Pete. Garcia was a player for teams in St Louis from 1911 till 1921. Founder of the Missouri Referees' Association, he started officiating in Public School and Police Youth leagues. Garcia was a FIFA ref between 1949 and the end of 1952.
He took charge of qualifiers for the 1950 World Cup and during the tournament in Brazil he was a linesman in four games.
He retired as a referee in 1957. Prudencio Garcia died in 1984.
- Prudencio Garcia was a bank official at Mercantile Commerce Bank and Trust Company in St Louis and retired as a vice president.
Statistics for PRUDENCIO GARCIA
Based on 2 international matches
MATCHES FOR PRUDENCIO GARCIA
|WC 1950 qualifiers - Am/Carribean|
|Mexico||Cuba||1949-09-25||3 - 0||0 (0-0)||0 (0-0)||0 (0-0)||0 (0-0)|
|Cuba||Mexico||1949-09-11||0 - 2||0 (0-0)||0 (0-0)||0 (0-0)||0 (0-0)|