1914 in association football
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The following are the football (soccer) events of the year 1914 throughout the world.
- The only edition of the Vienna Cup, the first European cup competition, is won by the little-known team of Glentoran of Northern Ireland.
- Woolwich Arsenal are renamed Arsenal.
- Palmeiras is founded as SS Palestra Italia.
- FC Levski Sofia is founded on May 24.
Winners club national championship
- Argentina: Racing Club, Estudiantiles Porteño
- Austria: Wiener AF
- Belgium: Daring CB
- Denmark: Kjøbenhavns Boldklub
- England: Blackburn Rovers
- France: Olympique Lillois
- Germany: SpVgg Fürth
- Hungary: MTK Hungária FC
- Iceland: Fram
- Italy: Casale
- Netherlands: H.V.V.
- Paraguay: Olimpia
- Scotland: For fuller coverage, see 1913-14 in Scottish football.
- Sweden: AIK
- United States: The oldest club trophy soccer competition in the Americas, Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, is founded as National Challenge Cup and the Brooklyn Field Club (1898-1924) are the first champions.
- Uruguay: CA River Plate
- Greece: 1913 to 1921 - no championship titles due to the First World War and the Greco-Turkish War of 1919-1922.
- 1914 British Home Championship (January 19, 1914 – April 4, 1914)
- June 10 – Hans Klodt, German international footballer (died 1996)
- July 16 – August Lešnik, Croatian footballer (died 1992)
- August 26 – Atilio García, Argentine-Uruguayan footballer (died 1973)
- December 18 – František Fadrhonc, Czech football manager (died 1981)
- April 19 - Morton Betts, English footballer and cricketer