2014 Durand Cup

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2014 Durand Cup
Country India
Teams12
ChampionsSalgaocar
Runners-upPune
Matches played15
Goals scored43 (2.87 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Boima Karpeh
(4 goals)
2013
2016

The 2014 Durand Cup was the 127th season of the Durand Cup, the third oldest football tournament in the world, which is a knock-out competition held in India. Mohammedan were the defending champions, having beaten ONGC 2–1 in the 2013 Final,[1] but were knocked out in the quarter finals.

The tournament was held from 20 October to 8 November with all matches in Goa.[2] Salgaocar won the cup when they defeated Pune 1-0 in the final.[3]

Teams[edit]

This edition of the Durand Cup saw 25 teams taking part in the tournament, 9 of which were directly seeded into Quarter Finals and remaining teams fighting it out in the Qualification Round for the 3 spots remaining.

Teams
Participating In Quarter Final Participating In Qualification Round
Air India
Bengaluru FC
Churchill Brothers
Indian Navy
Mohammedan
Pune
Salgaocar
Sporting Goa
United
AIFF Academy
Army Green
Army Red
BEG Centre
Corps of Signals
Dalbir FA
Garhwal Rifles
Goa Velha
Indian Air Force
Laxmi Prasad
Oil India
SESA
Southern Samity
Santa Cruz SC
Vasco
Youngsters Club

Preliminary round[edit]

Preliminary round was a knockout round and held between 20 October and 27 October. Vasco S.C., Laxmi Prasad S.C. and SESA F.A. qualified for the main draw.

Bracket[edit]

 
Round 1Round 2Round 3Qualified
 
              
 
Pool A
 
 
Army Green2
 
 
 
Dalbir FA1
 
Army Green 0
 
 
 
Laxmi Prasad 4
 
Air Force1
 
 
 
Laxmi Prasad2
 
Laxmi Prasad1
 
Pool C
 
SESA0
 
BEG Centre1
 
 
 
Army Red7
 
Army Red 1(3)
 
 
 
SESA 1(5)
 
SESAw/o
 
 
 
Oil India
 
Laxmi Prasad
 
Pool B
 
Vasco
 
Youngster Club0
 
 
 
India U195
 
India U19 3
 
 
 
Goa Velha SC 0
 
Corps of Signals1
 
 
 
Goa Velha SC2
 
India U190
 
Pool D
 
Vasco2 Qualifier
 
Garhwal Riflesw/o
 
  
 
Southern Samity
 
Garhwal Rifles 1 India U19 1(3)
 
 
 
Vasco 3 SESA 1(4)
 
Vasco0(4)
 
 
Santa Cruz0(3)
 

Round 1[edit]

Round 2[edit]

Round 3[edit]

Qualifier[edit]

Quarter-Finals[edit]

The Quarter-Finals of the Durand Cup will be played between 12 teams.

Semi-Finals[edit]

Final[edit]

Scorers[edit]

All goals from tournament proper. Goals from qualifiers are not counted in this list.

4 goals
3 goals
2 goals
1 goal

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mohammedan Sporting create history, win Durand Cup after 73 years". NDTV Sports.
  2. ^ "Durand Cup to commence in Goa on Oct 28". Zee News. Retrieved 19 July 2014.
  3. ^ "Salgaocar FC down Pune FC to lift the Durand Cup". 9 November 2014.

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