2014 CONCACAF Awards

The 2014 CONCACAF Awards were the second year for CONCACAF's awards for the top region football players, coaches and referees of the year. The shortlists were published on 11 December 2014.[1] The results were announced on 23 December 2014.[2]

CONCACAF Awards 2014
Date23 January 2015 (2015-01-23)
Websiteconcacaf.com

Award winners and shortlistsEdit

Player of the YearEdit

Rank Name Position National Team Club
1st Keylor Navas Goalkeeper   Costa Rica   Real Madrid
2nd Bryan Ruiz Forward   Costa Rica   Fulham
3rd Tim Howard Goalkeeper   United States   Everton
Celso Borges Midfielder   Costa Rica   AIK
Clint Dempsey Forward   United States   Seattle Sounders FC
Giovani dos Santos Forward   Mexico   Villarreal
Guillermo Ochoa Goalkeeper   Mexico   Málaga
Javier Hernández Forward   Mexico   Real Madrid
Joel Campbell Forward   Costa Rica   Arsenal
Rafael Márquez Defender   Mexico   Hellas Verona

Female Player of the YearEdit

Rank Name Position National Team Club
1st Abby Wambach Forward   United States   Western New York Flash
2nd Shirley Cruz Midfielder   Costa Rica   Paris Saint-Germain Féminines
3rd Charlyn Corral Forward   Mexico   Merilappi United
Alex Morgan Forward   United States   Portland Thorns FC
Carli Lloyd Midfielder   United States   Western New York Flash
Christine Sinclair Forward   Canada   Portland Thorns
Hope Solo Goalkeeper   United States   Seattle Reign FC
Kennya Cordner Forward   Trinidad and Tobago   Seattle Sounders Women
Lauren Holiday Midfielder   United States   FC Kansas City
Raquel Rodriguez Cedeño Forward   Costa Rica   Penn State Nittany Lions

Goalkeeper of the YearEdit

Rank Name National Team Club
1st Tim Howard   United States   Everton
2nd Guillermo Ochoa   Mexico   Málaga
3rd Keylor Navas   Costa Rica   Real Madrid
Alfredo Talavera   Mexico   Toluca
Andre Blake   Jamaica   Philadelphia Union
Jaime Penedo   Panama   LA Galaxy
Jan-Michael Williams   Trinidad and Tobago   Central FC
Jesús Corona   Mexico   Cruz Azul
Nick Rimando   United States   Real Salt Lake
Patrick Pemberton   Costa Rica   Alajuelense

Coach of the YearEdit

Rank Name Club National Team
1st Jorge Luis Pinto   Costa Rica
2nd Luis Fernando Suarez   Honduras
3rd Oscar Ramírez   Alajuelense
Bruce Arena   LA Galaxy
Garabet Avedissian   Costa Rica (♀) and   Costa Rica (♀ U20)
Jill Ellis   United States (♀)
Jorge Dely Valdés   Tauro
Jürgen Klinsmann   United States
Miguel Herrera   Mexico
Stephen Hart   Trinidad and Tobago

Referee of the YearEdit

Rank Name
1st   Mark Geiger
2nd   Marco Antonio Rodriguez
3rd   Henry Bejarano
  Dwight Royal
  Joel Aguilar
  Roberto García
  Roberto Moreno
  Walter López
  Walter Quesada
  Wilson Da Costa

Goal of the YearEdit

This award applies only to goals scored during CONCACAF official competitions.

Rank Player Date Participants Minute scored Competition
1st Bryan Ruiz 20 June 2014   Costa Rica vs.   Italy   44' 2014 FIFA World Cup
2nd Esteban Ramírez 2 November 2014   Herediano vs.   Saprissa   20' 2014–15 Costa Rican FPD season
3rd Joel Campbell 14 June 2014   Costa Rica vs.   Uruguay   54' 2014 FIFA World Cup
Carolina Venegas 21 October 2014   Martinique vs.   Costa Rica   81' 2014 CONCACAF Women's Championship
Elías Aguilar 21 August 2014   Herediano vs.   Isidro Metapán   42' 2014–15 CONCACAF Champions League
Giovani dos Santos 29 June 2014   Netherlands vs.   Mexico   48' 2014 FIFA World Cup
Jermaine Jones 22 June 2014   United States vs.   Portugal   64' 2014 FIFA World Cup
Marco Fabián 15 February 2014   Cruz Azul vs.   Puebla   92' 2013–14 Liga MX season
Meghan Klingenberg 20 October 2014   United States vs.   Haiti   57' 2014 CONCACAF Women's Championship
Yendrick Ruiz 21 August 2014   Herediano vs.   Isidro Metapán   33' 2014–15 CONCACAF Champions League

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2014 CONCACAF Awards Voting – Fans". concacaf.com. 11 December 2014. Archived from the original on 9 February 2015. Retrieved 11 December 2014.
  2. ^ "Navas, Wambach named 2014 CONCACAF Players of the Year". concacaf.com. 23 December 2014. Archived from the original on 2016-02-28. Retrieved 23 December 2014.