2014 Copa EuroAmericana

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2014 Copa EuroAmericana
Tournament details
Dates 20 July – 2 August 2014
Teams 13 (from 3 confederations)
Venue(s) 8 (in 8 host cities)
Final positions
Champions Europe (2nd title)
Runners-up Americas
Tournament statistics
Matches played 9
Goals scored 17 (1.89 per match)
Top scorer(s) Bulgaria Dimitar Berbatov (2 goals)
2013
2015

The 2014 Copa EuroAmericana was the second edition of Copa EuroAmericana, a men's football friendly tournament created by DirecTV. This edition took place in the Americas on 20 July – 2 August 2014.[1] Thirteen teams from CONMEBOL, CONCACAF and UEFA participated in it.[2][3] Europe, represented by Atlético Madrid, Fiorentina, Monaco and Valencia, won the cup by a 5–4 score, beating the Americas, represented by Alianza Lima, Atlético Nacional, América, Estudiantes, Junior, Palmeiras, San Jose Earthquakes, Universidad Católica and Universitario.

Format[edit]

Each match is played all 90 minutes. In case of a tie after the 90 minutes, the winner will be defined through penalty kicks. The confederation of the winner team of each match is awarded with a point, and the confederation with most points will be crowned champion.

Participant teams[edit]

Confederation Team Recent domestic honours Last continental performance
CONCACAF Mexico América 2013 Torneo Clausura 2013–14 CONCACAF Champions LeagueGroup stage
CONCACAF United States San Jose Earthquakes 2003 Major League Soccer 2013–14 CONCACAF Champions LeagueQuarterfinals
CONMEBOL Argentina Estudiantes 2010–11 Torneo Apertura 2011 Copa LibertadoresRound of 16
CONMEBOL Brazil Palmeiras 2013 Série B 2013 Copa LibertadoresRound of 16
CONMEBOL Chile Universidad Católica 2011 Copa Chile 2013 Copa SudamericanaRound of 16
CONMEBOL Colombia Atlético Nacional 2014 Torneo Apertura 2014 Copa LibertadoresQuarterfinals
CONMEBOL Colombia Junior 2011 Torneo Finalización 2012 Copa LibertadoresSecond stage
CONMEBOL Peru Alianza Lima 2014 Copa Inca 2012 Copa LibertadoresSecond stage
CONMEBOL Peru Universitario 2013 Torneo Descentralizado 2014 Copa LibertadoresSecond stage
UEFA Spain Atlético Madrid 2013–14 La Liga 2013–14 UEFA Champions LeagueRunner-up
UEFA Spain Valencia 2007–08 Copa del Rey 2013–14 UEFA Europa LeagueSemi-finals
UEFA France Monaco 2012–13 Ligue 2 2005–06 UEFA CupRound of 32
UEFA Italy Fiorentina 2000–01 Coppa Italia 2013–14 UEFA Europa LeagueRound of 16

Venues[edit]

Barranquilla Lima Mexico City San Francisco
Estadio Metropolitano Estadio Nacional Estadio Azteca Candlestick Park
 Colombia  Peru  Mexico  United States
Capacity: 46,788 Capacity: 50,000 Capacity: 105,000 Capacity: 69,000
Estadio Metropolitano de Baranquilla 2011.jpg Estadio Nacional nuevo 07 10 2011.jpg Azteca entrance.jpg Candlestick Park 2006-08-11.jpg
Miami La Plata Santiago São Paulo
Marlins Park Estadio Ciudad de La Plata Estadio San Carlos de Apoquindo Estádio do Pacaembu
 United States  Argentina  Chile  Brazil
Capacity: 36,742 Capacity: 53,000 Capacity: 16,000 Capacity: 40,199
Marlins First Pitch at Marlins Park, April 4, 2012.jpg GELP-CAS 20130614 2.jpg Estadio San Carlos de Apoquindo 2010 2.JPG Estádio do Pacaembu laranja and Arquibancada Sul-2007-10-02.jpg

Standings[edit]

Americas
4
Europe
5

Matches[edit]


23 July 2014
19:00 UTC−05:00
Atlético Nacional Colombia 2–4 France Monaco
Tréllez Goal 63'
Pérez Goal 88'
Report Martial Goal 6'
Berbatov Goal 16'
Fabinho Goal 39'
Ferreira Carrasco Goal 90+2'
Marlins Park, Miami, United States[7]
Attendance: 15,102[8]
Referee: Mark Kadlecik (United States)[9]






30 July 2014
21:00 UTC−03:00
Palmeiras Brazil 2–1 Italy Fiorentina
Victor Luis Goal 14'
Leandro Goal 35'
Report Rossi Goal 72'
Estádio do Pacaembu, São Paulo, Brazil[25]
Attendance: 20,285[26]
Referee: Raphael Claus (Brazil)[27]

Top goalscorers[edit]

Rank Name Team Goals
1 Bulgaria Dimitar Berbatov France Monaco 2
2 Spain Paco Alcácer Spain Valencia 1
Australia Joshua Brillante Italy Fiorentina 1
Brazil Fabinho France Monaco 1
Belgium Yannick Ferreira Carrasco France Monaco 1
Germany Mario Gómez Italy Fiorentina 1
Armenia Mauro Guevgeozián Peru Alianza Lima 1
Brazil Leandro Brazil Palmeiras 1
France Anthony Martial France Monaco 1
Peru Mauricio Montes Peru Alianza Lima 1
Chile José Luis Muñoz Chile Universidad Católica 1
Argentina Nicolás Otamendi Spain Valencia 1
Colombia Sebastián Pérez Colombia Atlético Nacional 1
Italy Giuseppe Rossi Italy Fiorentina 1
Colombia Santiago Tréllez Colombia Atlético Nacional 1
Brazil Victor Luis Brazil Palmeiras 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ Se van confirmando los equipos que jugarán la Copa EuroAmericana 2014
  2. ^ Copa EuroAmericana Archived 2013-07-26 at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ Copa Euroamericana 2014 Stats
  4. ^ Mónaco derrotó al Junior 0 -1, con gol de Berbatov
  5. ^ Copa Euroamericana: Mónaco ganó 1-0 al Junior en Colombia
  6. ^ Junior vs AS Mónaco, Copa Euroamericana en vivo online
  7. ^ Mónaco sin Falcao, derrotó a Atlético Nacional en la Copa Euroamericana
  8. ^ For one day, international soccer gives Marlins Park different feel
  9. ^ Atletico Nacional 2 Monaco 4 Video Goles de Martial, Berbatov, Fabinho, Trellez, Perez y Ferreira Carrasco – Copa Euroamericana 2014
  10. ^ La Fiorentina di Montella, impegnata in amichevole a La Plata contro i padroni di casa dell'Estudiantes, si impone per 1-0 grazie a Mario Gomez
  11. ^ Estudiantes-Fiorentina, vittoria viola: 1-0 con Mario Gomez!
  12. ^ Fiorentina triunfó 1-0 ante Estudiantes de La Plata en amistoso
  13. ^ 2-2: El Valencia comienza gira sudamericana con derrota en penaltis por 9-8
  14. ^ Alianza Lima superó a Valencia por 9-8 en los penales, tras igualar 2-2
  15. ^ Derrota del Valencia ante el Alianza de Lima en los penaltis de desempate (2-2) – (11-10)
  16. ^ América derrota a Toluca en "Candlestick Park" de San Francisco
  17. ^ Atletico Madrid beats Earthquakes on penalty kick in final sporting event at Candlestick Park
  18. ^ San Jose 0 (3) Atletico Madrid 0 (4) Video Penales – Copa Euroamericana 2014
  19. ^ Universidad Católica 1-0 Valencia
  20. ^ Valencia cae en su segundo encuentro de la Copa Euroamericana
  21. ^ VCFonTour Derrota in extremis del Valencia ante la Universidad Católica (1-0)
  22. ^ América (3) 0-0 (2) Atlético de Madrid: Las Águilas derrotaron al campeón español
  23. ^ El América decide en los penaltis
  24. ^ América vence en penales al Atlético de Madrid, campeón de España
  25. ^ Palmeiras 2 Fiorentina 1 Video Goles de Victor Luis, Leandro y Rossi – Copa Euroamericana 2014
  26. ^ Palmeiras bate Fiorentina em noite de estreias e vê torcida fazer festa
  27. ^ Palmeiras-Fiorentina 2-1, Viola ko. Ma è tornato Pepito Rossi
  28. ^ Fiorentina venció a Universitario
  29. ^ Universitario cae ante Fiorentina y se pierde la Euroamericana
  30. ^ Universitario-Fiorentina 0-1, Viola ok con la rete di Brillante

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