2014 in association football

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The following are the scheduled events of association football for the year 2014 throughout the world.

Events[edit]

Men's national teams[edit]

Youth[edit]

Women's national teams[edit]

News[edit]

Fixed dates for national team matches[edit]

Scheduled international matches per their International match Calendar. Also known as FIFA International Day/Date(s).[1]

  • 5 March
  • 20 August
  • 6–10 September
  • 11–15 October
  • 19 November

Club continental champions[edit]

Men[edit]

Region Tournament Defending champion Champion Title Last honor
AFC (Asia) 2014 AFC Champions League China Guangzhou Evergrande
2014 AFC Cup Kuwait Kuwait SC
2014 AFC President's Cup Turkmenistan Balkan
CAF (Africa) 2014 CAF Champions League Egypt Al-Ahly
2014 CAF Confederation Cup Tunisia Sfaxien
2014 CAF Super Cup Egypt Al-Ahly Egypt Al-Ahly 6th 2013
CONCACAF
(North and Central America
, Caribbean)
2013–14 CONCACAF Champions League Mexico Monterrey
2014 CFU Club Championship N/A
CONMEBOL (South America) 2014 Copa Libertadores Brazil Atlético Mineiro
2014 Copa Sudamericana Argentina Lanús
2014 Recopa Sudamericana Brazil Corinthians
OFC (Oceania) 2013–14 OFC Champions League New Zealand Auckland City
UEFA (Europe) 2013–14 UEFA Champions League Germany Bayern Munich
2013–14 UEFA Europa League England Chelsea
2014 UEFA Super Cup Germany Bayern Munich
UAFA (Arab States) 2013–14 UAFA Club Cup Algeria USM Alger
2014 GCC Champions League United Arab Emirates Baniyas
FIFA (Worldwide) 2014 FIFA Club World Cup Germany Bayern Munich

Women[edit]

Region Tournament Defending Champion Champion Title Last honor
CONMEBOL (South America) 2014 Copa Libertadores Femenina Brazil São José
UEFA (Europe) 2013–14 UEFA Women's Champions League Germany VfL Wolfsburg

Domestic leagues[edit]

CONCACAF nations[edit]

Men[edit]

Women[edit]

CONMEBOL nations[edit]

Nation League Champion Title Last honor
Argentina Argentina 2014 Primera División Final
 Argentina 2014 Primera División Inicial
Bolivia Bolivia 2014 Liga Profesional Clausura
 Bolivia 2014 Liga Profesional Apertura
Brazil Brazil 2014 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A
Chile Chile 2014 Primera División Transición
 Chile 2014 Primera División Apertura
Colombia Colombia 2014 Primera A Apertura
 Colombia 2014 Primera A Finalización
Ecuador Ecuador 2014 Campeonato Ecuatoriano Serie A
Paraguay Paraguay 2014 Primera División Apertura
 Paraguay 2014 Primera División Clausura
Peru Peru 2014 Torneo Descentralizado
Uruguay Uruguay 2013–14 Primera División
Venezuela Venezuela 2013–14 Primera División

AFC nations[edit]

Men[edit]

Nation Tournament Champion Title Last honor
Iran Iran 2013–14 Iran Pro League Foolad 2nd 2004–05

Women[edit]

UEFA nations[edit]

Men[edit]

Nation Tournament Champion Title Last honor
Germany Germany 2013-14 Bundesliga Bayern Munich 24th 2012–13
Scotland Scotland 2013-14 Scottish Premiership Celtic F.C 45th 2012–13
Wales Wales 2013–14 Welsh Premier League The New Saints 8th 2012–13

Women[edit]

CAF nations[edit]

OFC nations[edit]

Domestic cups[edit]

UEFA nations[edit]

Nation Tournament Champion Title Last honor
England England/Wales Wales 2013-14 Football League Cup Manchester City 3rd 1975–76
Scotland Scotland 2013-14 Scottish League Cup Aberdeen F.C. 6th 1995–96
Gibraltar Gibraltar 2013–14 League Cup (Gibraltar) Lincoln F.C. 1st
Finland Finland 2014 Finnish League Cup SJK 1st
Latvia Latvia 2014 Virsligas Winter Cup Skonto FC 1st
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 2013–14 Northern Ireland Football League Cup Cliftonville F.C. 3rd 2012–13
Wales Wales 2013–14 Welsh League Cup Carmarthen Town 2nd 2012–13
Belgium Belgium 2013–14 Belgian Cup Lokeren 2nd 2011–12
France France 2013–14 Coupe de la Ligue PSG 4nd 2007–08

AFC nations[edit]

Nation Tournament Champion Title Last honor
Iran Iran 2013–14 Hazfi Cup Tractor Sazi 1st

CONCACAF nations[edit]

Nation Tournament Champion Title Last honor
Mexico Mexico Clausura 2014 Copa MX Tigres UANL 3rd

CONMEBOL nations[edit]

CAF nations[edit]

Deaths[edit]

  • 1 January: Josep Seguer, Spanish international footballer and manager (born 1923)
  • 5 January: Eusébio, Portuguese international footballer (born 1942)
  • 5 January: Mustapha Zitouni, French-Algerian international footballer (born 1928)
  • 13 January: Bobby Collins, Scottish international footballer (born 1931)
  • 15 January: Gennadi Matveyev, Soviet international footballer (born 1937)
  • 19 January: Bert Williams, English international goalkeeper (born 1920)
  • 25 January: Milan Ružić, Yugoslavian international footballer (born 1955)
  • 1 February: Luis Aragonés, Spanish international football player and manager (born 1938)
  • 1 February: Stefan Bozhkov, Bulgarian international footballer (born 1923)
  • 8 February: Philippe Mahut, French international footballer (born 1956)
  • 10 February: Gordon Harris, English international footballer (born 1940)
  • 12 February: Josef Röhrig, German international footballer (born 1925)
  • 13 February: Jimmy Jones, Northern Irish international footballer (born 1928)
  • 13 February: Richard Møller Nielsen, Danish international footballer and manager (born 1937)
  • 14 February: Tom Finney, English international footballer (born 1922)
  • 19 February: Antonio Benítez, Spanish international footballer (born 1951)
  • 19 February: Kresten Bjerre, Danish international footballer and coach (born 1946)
  • 25 February: Mário Coluna, Portuguese international footballer and manager (born 1935)
  • 26 February: Dezső Novák, Hungarian international footballer (born 1939)
  • 28 February: Kevon Carter, Trinidadian international footballer (born 1983)
  • 4 March: László Fekete, Hungarian international footballer (born 1954)
  • 6 March: Luis Rentería, Panamanian international footballer (born 1988)
  • 12 March: René Llense, French international footballer (born 1913)
  • 13 March: Petar Miloševski, Macedonian international footballer (born 1973)
  • 15 March: Jürgen Kurbjuhn, German international footballer (born 1940)
  • 20 March: Hilderaldo Bellini, Brazilian international footballer (born 1930)
  • 27 March: Augustin Deleanu, Romanian international footballer (born 1944)
  • 30 March: Fred Stansfield, Welsh international footballer (born 1917)
  • 8 April: Herbert Schoen, East German international footballer (born 1929)
  • 15 April: Claudio Tello, Chilean international footballer (born 1963)
  • 16 April: Aulis Rytkönen, Finnish international footballer (born 1929)

References[edit]