NEW YORK (AP) — Veteran match official Brian Hall has been appointed to the newly created position of director of referee administration at CONCACAF.
Hall will begin work Monday at the group's New York headquarters. He joins CONCACAF from the U.S. Soccer Federation and will help appoint, schedule and assess referees.
Hall has officiated games at all levels for more than 30 years and was a FIFA international referee for 15 years. That matched the longest period for any American before he retired in 2007. He worked the 2002 World Cup and four times was Major League Soccer's Referee of the Year.