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]

Senior[edit]

Youth[edit]

Women's national teams[edit]

News[edit]

Fixed dates for national team matches[edit]

Scheduled international matches per the FIFA International Match Calendar:[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 Australia Western Sydney Wanderers 1st
2014 AFC Cup Kuwait Kuwait SC Kuwait Qadsia SC 1st
2014 AFC President's Cup Turkmenistan Balkan Turkmenistan HTTU Asgabat 1st
CAF (Africa) 2014 CAF Champions League Egypt Al-Ahly Algeria ES Sétif 2nd 1988
2014 CAF Confederation Cup Tunisia Sfaxien Algeria Al-Ahly 1st
2014 CAF Super Cup Egypt Al-Ahly Egypt Al-Ahly 6th 2013 CAF Super Cup
CONCACAF
(North and Central America, Caribbean)
2013–14 CONCACAF Champions League Mexico Monterrey Mexico Cruz Azul 6th 1997
2014 CFU Club Championship Trinidad and Tobago Caledonia AIA Puerto Rico Bayamón F.C.
Jamaica Waterhouse F.C.
Guyana Alpha United FC
3rd
1st
1st
2011 CFU Club Championship Puerto Rico
CONMEBOL (South America) 2014 Copa Libertadores Brazil Atlético Mineiro Argentina San Lorenzo 1st
2014 Copa Sudamericana Argentina Lanús Argentina River Plate 1st
2014 Recopa Sudamericana Brazil Corinthians Brazil Atlético Mineiro 1st
OFC (Oceania) 2013–14 OFC Champions League New Zealand Auckland City New Zealand Auckland City 6th 2012–13
UEFA (Europe) 2013–14 UEFA Champions League Germany Bayern Munich Spain Real Madrid 10th 2001–02
2013–14 UEFA Europa League England Chelsea Spain Sevilla 3rd 2006–07
2014 UEFA Super Cup Germany Bayern Munich Spain Real Madrid 2nd 2002
UAFA (Arab States) 2013–14 UAFA Club Cup Algeria USM Alger Cancelled N.A. N.A.
2014 GCC Champions League United Arab Emirates Baniyas United Arab Emirates Al-Nasr SC 1st
FIFA (Worldwide) 2014 FIFA Club World Cup Germany Bayern Munich 1st

Women[edit]

Region Tournament Defending Champion Champion Title Last honor
CONMEBOL (South America) 2014 Copa Libertadores Femenina Brazil São José Brazil São José 3rd 2013
UEFA (Europe) 2013–14 UEFA Women's Champions League Germany VfL Wolfsburg Germany VfL Wolfsburg 2nd 2012–13

Domestic leagues[edit]

CONCACAF nations[edit]

Men[edit]

Nation League Champion Title Last honor
Belize Belize 2014 Premier League of Belize Closing Season Belmopan Bandits 3rd 2013 Opening Season
Mexico Mexico 2014 Liga MX Clausura Club León 7th 2013 Apertura
United States United States 2014 MLS season LA Galaxy 5th 2012

Women[edit]

Nation League Champion Title Last honor
United States United States 2014 NWSL season FC Kansas City 1st

CONMEBOL nations[edit]

Nation League Champion Title Last honor
Argentina Argentina 2014 Primera División Final River Plate 36th 2008 Clausura
 Argentina 2014 Primera División Transición
Bolivia Bolivia 2014 Liga Profesional Clausura Universitario 2nd 2008 Apertura
 Bolivia 2014 Liga Profesional Apertura
Brazil Brazil 2014 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A Cruzeiro 4th 2013
Chile Chile 2014 Primera División Clausura Colo-Colo 30th 2009 Clausura
 Chile 2014 Primera División Apertura Universidad de Chile 17th 2012 Apertura
Colombia Colombia 2014 Primera A Apertura Atlético Nacional 14th 2013 Finalización
 Colombia 2014 Primera A Finalización
Ecuador Ecuador 2014 Campeonato Ecuatoriano Serie A
Paraguay Paraguay 2014 Primera División Apertura Libertad 17th 2012 Clausura
 Paraguay 2014 Primera División Clausura Libertad 18th 2014 Apertura
Peru Peru 2014 Torneo Descentralizado
Uruguay Uruguay 2013–14 Primera División Danubio 4th 2006–07
Venezuela Venezuela 2013–14 Primera División Zamora 2nd 2012–13

AFC nations[edit]

Men[edit]

Nation Tournament Champion Title Last honor
Australia Australia 2013–14 A-League Brisbane Roar 3rd 2011–12
Bahrain Bahrain 2013–14 Bahrain First Division League Al-Riffa 11th 2011–12
Guam Guam 2013–14 Guam Men's Soccer League Rovers FC 1st
Hong Kong Hong Kong 2013–14 Hong Kong First Division League Kitchee 6th 2011-12
India India 2013–14 I-League Bengaluru FC 1st
Indonesia Indonesia 2014 Indonesia Super League Persib Bandung 1st
Iran Iran 2013–14 Iran Pro League Foolad 2nd 2004-05
Iraq Iraq 2013–14 Iraqi Premier League Al Shorta 4th 2012-13
Japan Japan 2014 J. League Division 1 Gamba Osaka 2nd 2005
Jordan Jordan 2013–14 Jordan League Al-Wehdat 13th 2010–11
Kuwait Kuwait 2013–14 Kuwaiti Premier League Al Qadsia SC 16th 2011-12
Lebanon Lebanon 2013–14 Lebanese Premier League Al-Nejmeh 8th 2008–09
Macau Macau 2014 Campeonato da 1ª Divisão do Futebol Benfica de Macau 1st
Malaysia Malaysia 2014 Malaysia Super League Johor Darul Ta'zim F.C. 1st
Nepal Nepal 2013–14 Martyr's Memorial A-Division League Manang Marshyangdi Club 7th 2005-06
Oman Oman 2013–14 Oman Professional League Al-Nahda 3rd 2008–09
Pakistan Pakistan 2013–14 Pakistan Premier League KRL F.C. 4th 2013-14
State of Palestine Palestine 2013–14 West Bank Premier League Wadi Al-Nes 4th 2008-09
Philippines Philippines 2014 United Football League Division 1 Global 2nd 2012
Qatar Qatar 2013–14 Qatar Stars League Lekhwiya 3rd 2011-12
Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia 2013–14 Saudi Professional League Al Nassr 7th 1994-95
United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates 2013–14 Arabian Gulf League Al Ahli 4th 1979–80
Yemen Yemen 2013–14 Yemeni League Al-Saqr 3rd 2009-10

Women[edit]

Nation Tournament Champion Title Last honor
Australia Australia 2013–14 W-League Melbourne Victory 1st

UEFA nations[edit]

Men[edit]

Nation Tournament Champion Title Last honor
Albania Albania 2013–14 Albanian Superliga Skënderbeu Korçë 5th 2012–13
Andorra Andorra 2013–14 Primera Divisió Santa Coloma 7th 2010–11
Armenia Armenia 2013–14 Armenian Premier League Banants 1st
Austria Austria 2013–14 Austrian Football Bundesliga Red Bull Salzburg 8th 2011–12
Azerbaijan Azerbaijan 2013–14 Azerbaijan Premier League Qarabağ 2nd 1993
Belarus Belarus 2014 Belarusian Premier League BATE Borisov 11th 2013
Belgium Belgium 2013–14 Belgian Pro League Anderlecht 33rd 2012–13
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina 2013–14 Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina Zrinjski 3rd 2008–09
Bulgaria Bulgaria 2013–14 A PFG Ludogorets Razgrad 3rd 2012–13
Croatia Croatia 2013–14 Prva HNL Dinamo Zagreb 16th 2012–13
Cyprus Cyprus 2013–14 Cypriot First Division APOEL 23rd 2012–13
Czech Republic Czech Republic 2013–14 Gambrinus liga Sparta Prague 33rd 2009–10
Denmark Denmark 2013–14 Danish Superliga Aalborg 4th 2007–08
England England 2013–14 Premier League Manchester City 4th 2011–12
Estonia Estonia 2014 Meistriliiga Levadia Tallinn 9th 2013
Faroe Islands Faroe Islands 2014 Effodeildin B36 Tórshavn 10th 2011
Finland Finland 2014 Veikkausliiga HJK 27th 2013
France France 2013–14 Ligue 1 Paris Saint-Germain 4th 2012–13
Georgia (country) Georgia 2013–14 Umaglesi Liga Dinamo Tbilisi 15th 2012–13
Germany Germany 2013–14 Bundesliga Bayern Munich 24th 2012–13
Gibraltar Gibraltar 2013–14 Gibraltar Premier Division Lincoln 19th 2012–13
Greece Greece 2013–14 Superleague Greece Olympiacos 41st 2012–13
Hungary Hungary 2013–14 Nemzeti Bajnokság I Debrecen 7th 2011–12
Iceland Iceland 2014 Úrvalsdeild Stjarnan 1st
Republic of Ireland Ireland 2014 League of Ireland Dundalk F.C. 10th 1994–95
Israel Israel 2013–14 Israeli Premier League Maccabi Tel Aviv 20th 2012–13
Italy Italy 2013–14 Serie A Juventus 30th 2012–13
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 2014 Kazakhstan Premier League FC Astana 1st
Latvia Latvia 2014 Latvian Higher League Ventspils 6th 2013
Lithuania Lithuania 2014 A Lyga Žalgiris Vilnius 5th 2013
Luxembourg Luxembourg 2013–14 Luxembourg National Division F91 Dudelange 11th 2011–12
Republic of Macedonia Macedonia 2013–14 First Macedonian Football League Rabotnički 4th 2007–08
Malta Malta 2013–14 Maltese Premier League Valletta 22nd 2011–12
Moldova Moldova 2013–14 Moldovan National Division Sheriff Tiraspol 13th 2012–13
Montenegro Montenegro 2013–14 Montenegrin First League Sutjeska 2nd 2012–13
Netherlands Netherlands 2013–14 Eredivisie Ajax 33rd 2012–13
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 2013–14 NIFL Premiership Cliftonville 5th 2012–13
Norway Norway 2014 Tippeligaen Molde 3rd 2012
Poland Poland 2013–14 Ekstraklasa Legia Warsaw 10th 2012–13
Portugal Portugal 2013–14 Primeira Liga Benfica 33rd 2009–10
Romania Romania 2013–14 Liga I Steaua București 25th 2012–13
Russia Russia 2013–14 Russian Premier League CSKA Moscow 12th 2012–13
San Marino San Marino 2013–14 Campionato Sammarinese di Calcio La Fiorita 3rd 1989–90
Scotland Scotland 2013–14 Scottish Premiership Celtic 45th 2012–13
Serbia Serbia 2013–14 Serbian SuperLiga Red Star Belgrade 26th[a 1] 2006–07
Slovakia Slovakia 2013–14 Slovak First Football League Slovan Bratislava 8th 2012–13
Slovenia Slovenia 2013–14 Slovenian PrvaLiga Maribor 12th 2012–13
Spain Spain 2013–14 La Liga Atlético Madrid 10th 1995–96
Sweden Sweden 2014 Allsvenskan Malmö 18th[a 2] 2013
Switzerland Switzerland 2013–14 Swiss Super League Basel 17th 2012–13
Turkey Turkey 2013–14 Süper Lig Fenerbahçe 19th 2010–11
Ukraine Ukraine 2013–14 Ukrainian Premier League Shakhtar Donetsk 9th 2012–13
Wales Wales 2013–14 Welsh Premier League The New Saints 8th 2012–13
  1. ^ 2nd title in modern Serbian league; title count also includes 19 in SFR Yugoslavia and 5 in Serbia and Montenegro.
  2. ^ Malmö has 21 Allsvenskan titles, but only 18 national championships. The Allsvenskan is one of four competitions that Sweden has used to award its national title.

Women[edit]

Nation Tournament Champion Title Last honor
Belgium Belgium/Netherlands Netherlands 2013–14 BeNe League Twente 2nd 2012–13
Croatia Croatia 2013–14 Prva HNLŽ ŽNK Osijek 18th 2012–13
Cyprus Cyprus 2013–14 Cypriot First Division Apollon Limassol 6th 2012–13
Czech Republic Czech Republic 2013–14 Czech First Division Slavia Prague 3rd 2003-04
England England 2014 FA WSL1 Liverpool 2nd 2013
France France 2013–14 Division 1 Féminine Lyon 12th 2012–13
Germany Germany 2013–14 Frauen-Bundesliga VfL Wolfsburg 2nd 2012–13
Norway Norway 2014 Toppserien
Romania Romania 2013–14 Superliga Olimpia Cluj 4th 2012–13
Scotland Scotland 2014 Scottish Women's Premier League
Spain Spain 2013–14 Primera División FC Barcelona 3rd 2012–13
Sweden Sweden 2014 Damallsvenskan FC Rosengård 9th[b 1] 2013
Wales Wales 2013–14 Welsh Premier League Cardiff Met. Ladies 2nd 2011–12
  1. ^ Includes eight titles won under the club's previous names of FC Malmö Dam and LdB FC Malmö.

CAF nations[edit]

OFC nations[edit]

Nation League Champion Title Last honor
New Zealand New Zealand 2013–14 ASB Premiership Auckland City FC 1st
Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea 2014 National Soccer League Hekari United 8th (all) 2014
Solomon Islands Solomon Islands 2013–14 Telekom S-League Solomon Warriors 2nd 2011–12
French Polynesia Tahiti 2013–14 Tahiti First Division Pirae 8th 2005–06

Domestic cups[edit]

UEFA nations[edit]

Men[edit]

Nation Tournament Champion Title Last honor
Albania Albania 2013–14 Albanian Cup Flamurtari Vlorë 4th 2008–09
Andorra Andorra 2014 Copa Constitució Sant Julià 4th 2011
Armenia Armenia 2013–14 Armenian Cup Pyunik 6th 2012–13
Austria Austria 2013–14 Austrian Cup Red Bull Salzburg 2nd 2011–12
Azerbaijan Azerbaijan 2013–14 Azerbaijan Cup Neftchi Baku 6th 2012–13
Belarus Belarus 2013–14 Belarusian Cup Shakhtyor Salihorsk 2nd 2003–04
Belgium Belgium 2013–14 Belgian Cup Lokeren 2nd 2011–12
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina 2013–14 Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Cup Sarajevo 5th 2004–05
Bulgaria Bulgaria 2013–14 Bulgarian Cup Ludogorets Razgrad 2nd 2011–12
Croatia Croatia 2013–14 Croatian Cup Rijeka 3rd 2005–06
Cyprus Cyprus 2013–14 Cypriot Cup APOEL 20th 2007–08
Czech Republic Czech Republic 2013–14 Czech Cup Sparta Prague 14th 2007–08
Denmark Denmark 2013–14 Danish Cup Aalborg 3rd 1969–70
England England/Wales Wales 2013-14 FA Cup Arsenal 11th 2004–05
 England/ Wales 2013-14 Football League Cup Manchester City 3rd 1975–76
Estonia Estonia 2013–14 Estonian Cup Levadia 8th 2011–12
Finland Finland 2014 Finnish Cup HJK 12th 2011
 Finland 2014 Finnish League Cup SJK 1st
France France 2013–14 Coupe de France Guingamp 2nd 2008–09
 France 2013–14 Coupe de la Ligue PSG 4th 2007–08
Germany Germany 2013–14 DFB-Pokal Bayern Munich 17th 2012–13
Georgia (country) Georgia 2013–14 Georgian Cup Dinamo Tbilisi 11th 2012–13
Gibraltar Gibraltar 2013–14 League Cup (Gibraltar) Lincoln 1st
Greece Greece 2013–14 Greek Football Cup Panathinaikos 18th 2009–10
Hungary Hungary 2013–14 Magyar Kupa Újpest 9th 2001–02
Iceland Iceland 2014 Deildabikar FH 6th 2009
Israel Israel 2013–14 Israel State Cup Ironi Kiryat Shmona 1st
Italy Italy 2013–14 Coppa Italia Napoli 5th 2011–12
Latvia Latvia 2013–14 Latvian Football Cup Jelgava 4th 2009–10
 Latvia 2014 Virsligas Winter Cup Skonto FC 1st
Liechtenstein Liechtenstein 2013–14 Liechtenstein Cup Vaduz 42nd 2012–13
Lithuania Lithuania 2013–14 Lithuanian Football Cup Žalgiris Vilnius 8th 2012–13
Luxembourg Luxembourg 2013–14 Luxembourg Cup Differdange 03 3rd 2010–11
Republic of Macedonia Macedonia 2013–14 Macedonian Cup Rabotnički 3rd 2008–09
Malta Malta 2013–14 Maltese FA Trophy Valletta 13th 2009–10
Moldova Moldova 2013–14 Moldovan Cup Zimbru Chișinău 6th 2006–07
Montenegro Montenegro 2013–14 Montenegrin Cup Lovćen 1st
Netherlands Netherlands 2013–14 KNVB Cup PEC Zwolle 1st
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 2013–14 Irish Cup Glenavon 6th 1996–97
 Northern Ireland 2013–14 Northern Ireland Football League Cup Cliftonville 3rd 2012–13
Poland Poland 2013–14 Polish Cup Zawisza Bydgoszcz 1st
Portugal Portugal 2013–14 Taça de Portugal Benfica 25th 2012–13
 Portugal 2013–14 Taça da Liga Benfica 5th 2011–12
Romania Romania 2013–14 Cupa României Astra Giurgiu 1st
Russia Russia 2013–14 Russian Cup Rostov 1st
San Marino San Marino 2013–14 Coppa Titano Libertas 11th 2005–06
Scotland Scotland 2013-14 Scottish Cup St. Johnstone 1st
Scotland Scotland 2013–14 Scottish Challenge Cup Raith Rovers 1st
 Scotland 2013-14 Scottish League Cup Aberdeen 6th 1995–96
Serbia Serbia 2013–14 Serbian Cup Vojvodina 1st
Slovakia Slovakia 2013–14 Slovak Cup Košice 5th 2008–09
Slovenia Slovenia 2013-14 Slovenian Cup Gorica 3rd 2001–02
Spain Spain 2013–14 Copa del Rey Real Madrid 19th 2010–11
Sweden Sweden 2013–14 Svenska Cupen IF Elfsborg 3rd 2003
Switzerland Switzerland 2013–14 Swiss Cup Zürich 8th 2004–05
Turkey Turkey 2013–14 Turkish Cup Galatasaray 15th 2004–05
Ukraine Ukraine 2013–14 Ukrainian Cup Dynamo Kyiv 10th 2006–07
Wales Wales 2013–14 Welsh Cup The New Saints 4th 2011–12
 Wales 2013–14 Welsh League Cup Carmarthen Town 2nd 2012–13

Women[edit]

Nation Tournament Champion Title Last honor
England England 2013–14 FA Women's Cup Arsenal 13th 2012–13
Germany Germany 2013–14 Frauen DFB-Pokal 1. FFC Frankfurt 9th 2010–11
Spain Spain 2014 Copa de la Reina FC Barcelona 4th 2013
Sweden Sweden 2013–14 Svenska Cupen Linköpings FC 4th 2009

AFC nations[edit]

Nation Tournament Champion Title Last honor
Australia Australia 2014 FFA Cup
India India 2013–14 Indian Federation Cup Churchill Brothers
Iran Iran 2013–14 Hazfi Cup Tractor Sazi 1st
State of Palestine Palestine Palestine Cup Hilal Al-Quds 3rd 2010-11

CONCACAF nations[edit]

Nation Tournament Champion Title Last honor
Canada Canada 2014 Canadian Championship Montreal Impact 3rd[n 1] 2013
Mexico Mexico Clausura 2014 Copa MX Tigres UANL 3rd
  1. ^ Two titles won by current MLS team; the team also claims the 2008 title won by its predecessor of the same name.

CONMEBOL nations[edit]

Men[edit]

Nation League Champion Title Last honor
Argentina Argentina 2013–14 Copa Argentina Huracán 1st
Brazil Brazil 2014 Copa do Brasil Atlético Mineiro 1st
Chile Chile 2013–14 Copa Chile Deportes Iquique 3rd 2010
Colombia Colombia 2014 Copa Colombia Deportes Tolima 1st
Peru Peru 2014 Torneo del Inca Alianza Lima 1st
Venezuela Venezuela 2014 Copa Venezuela Deportivo La Guaira 1st

Women[edit]

Nation League Champion Title Last honor
Brazil Brazil 2014 Copa do Brasil de Futebol Feminino Associação Ferroviária de Esportes 1st

CAF nations[edit]

Nation League Champion Title Last honor
Algeria Algeria 2013–14 Algerian Cup MC Alger 7th 2006-07
Kenya Kenya 2014 FKF President's Cup Sofapaka 3rd 2010
South Africa South Africa 2013–14 Nedbank Cup Orlando Pirates 8th 2011

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)
  • 24 April: Sandy Jardine, Scottish international footballer and manager (born 1948)
  • 25 April: Francesc Vilanova, Spanish footballer and manager (born 1968)
  • 27 April: Vujadin Boškov, Yugoslav international football player and coach (born 1931)
  • 29 April: Tahar Chaïbi, Tunisian international footballer (born 1946)
  • 1 May: Georg Stollenwerk, German international footballer and trainer (born 1930)
  • 8 May: Henning Elting, Danish international footballer (born 1925)
  • 21 May: Duncan Cole, New Zealand international footballer (born 1958)
  • 23 May: Joel Camargo, Brazilian international footballer (born 1946)
  • 25 May: Washington César Santos, Brazilian international footballer (born 1960)
  • 31 May: Marinho Chagas, Brazilian international footballer (born 1952)
  • 2 June: Gennadi Gusarov, Soviet international footballer (born 1937)
  • 13 June: Gyula Grosics, Hungarian international football player and manager (born 1926)
  • 3 July: Volkmar Groß, German international footballer (born 1948)
  • 7 July: Alfredo Di Stéfano, Argentine-Spanish international footballer and coach (born 1926)
  • 14 July: Vasile Zavoda, Romanian international footballer (born 1929)
  • 19 July: Petar Nikezić, Yugoslavian-Serbian international footballer (born 1950)
  • 23 August: Albert Ebossé Bodjongo, Cameroonian international footballer (born 1989)
  • 10 September: Károly Sándor, Hungarian international footballer (born 1928)
  • 17 September: Andriy Husin, Ukrainian international footballer and coach (born 1972)
  • 22 September: Fernando Cabrita, Portuguese international footballer and mananger (born 1923)
  • 3 October: Jean-Jacques Marcel, French international footballer (born 1931)
  • 4 October: Fyodor Cherenkov, Soviet and Russian international footballer and manager (born 1959)
  • 6 October: Feridun Buğeker, Turkish international footballer (born 1933)
  • 11 October: Carmelo Simeone, Argentine international footballer (born 1933)
  • 12 October: Roberto Telch, Argentine international footballer (born 1943)
  • 17 October: Daisuke Oku, Japanese international footballer (born 1976)
  • 23 October: André Piters, Belgian international footballer (born 1931)
  • 27 October: Leif Skiöld, Swedish international footballer and ice hockey player (born 1935)
  • 29 October: Klas Ingesson, Swedish international footballer and manager (born 1968)
  • 1 November: Gustau Biosca, Spanish international footballer and manager (born 1928)
  • 15 November: Valéry Mézague, Cameroonian international footballer (born 1983)
  • 17 November: Ilija Pantelić, Serbian Yugoslav international footballer (born 1942)
  • 19 November: Gholam Hossein Mazloumi, Iranian international footballer and manager (born 1950)
  • 22 November: Sar Sophea, Cambodian international footballer (born 1992)

References[edit]