2014 AFF Suzuki Cup
|Dates||22 November - 20 December|
|Teams||11 or 12|
There were two main venues; the Singapore Sports Hub in Kallang and the My Dinh National Stadium in Hanoi. The secondary venues; the Marina Bay Floating Platform in Marina Bay and the Thong Nhat Stadium in Ho Chi Minh City for the final round of group games.
|Kallang||Hanoi||Marina Bay||Ho Chi Minh City|
|Singapore Sports Hub||Mỹ Đình National Stadium||Marina Bay Floating Platform||Thống Nhất Stadium|
|Capacity: 55,000||Capacity: 40,192||Capacity: 30,000||Capacity: 25,000|
Qualification is said to be scrapped for the 2014 tournament. This will see the following 12 teams participate:
- Singapore (co-host)
- Vietnam (co-host)
The draw for the tournament is expected to take place in August 2014 in Hanoi.
|2014 AFF Suzuki Cup Broadcasters in Southeast Asia|
|Country||Broadcast network||Television station|
|Malaysia||Radio Televisyen Malaysia (RTM)|
|Philippines||ABS-CBN Corporation||ABS-CBN, Studio 23 and Balls (TV channel)|
|Thailand||MCOT, TrueVisions||Modernine TV(HD), True Sport7(HD), True Sport8(HD-3D)|
|2014 AFF Suzuki Cup broadcasters International|
| United States
|ABS-CBN Global Ltd.||The Filipino Channel |
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- (This is a simulcast of the coverage comming from ABS-CBN in the Philippines.