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The 2014 Copa Libertadores Femenina was the sixth edition of the Copa Libertadores Femenina, South America's premier women's international club football tournament organized by CONMEBOL. The tournament was held in the city of São José dos Campos, in the state of São Paulo, Brazil, on 5–16 November 2014.[1][2]

2014 Copa Libertadores Femenina
Tournament details
Host countryBrazil
CitySão José dos Campos
Dates5–16 November
Teams12 (from 10 associations)
Venue(s)3 (in 1 host city)
Final positions
ChampionsBrazil São José (3rd title)
Runners-upVenezuela Caracas
Third placeParaguay Cerro Porteño
Fourth placeColombia Formas Íntimas
Tournament statistics
Matches played22
Goals scored97 (4.41 per match)
Top scorer(s)Brazil Andressa Alves
Colombia Diana Ospina
Venezuela Ysaura Viso
(6 goals each)
2013
2015

Hometown team São José were the defending champions and defendend their title by beating Caraca FC in the final.[3] It was the third title for the team which thus became the record champion of the competition.

The topscorer award was shared by three players with six goals: Andressa Alves, Diana Ospina and Ysaura Viso, who won the award for a second time.[4]

Contents

Qualified teamsEdit

The competition was contested by twelve teams: the title holder, the champion club from each of the ten CONMEBOL associations, and one additional team from the host country Brazil.[5]

Associations had to confirm team participation until 18 October and submit a player list until 25 October.[6]

Association Team Qualifying method
  Argentina Boca Juniors 2014 Torneo Initial and Torneo Final play-off winner[7][8]
  Bolivia Mundo Futuro 2014 Campeonato Boliviano champion[9]
  Brazil São José Title holder (2013 champion)[10]
Vitória das Tabocas 2013 Copa do Brasil runner-up (as São José won cup)[11]
Centro Olímpico 2013 Campeonato Brasileiro champion[12]
  Chile Colo Colo 2013 Torneo Apertura and Torneo Clausura champion[13]
  Colombia Formas Íntimas 2014 Copa Prelibertadores winner[14]
  Ecuador Rocafuerte 2014 Campeonato Ecuatoriano champion[15]
  Paraguay Cerro Porteño 2013 Campeonato Paraguayo champion[16]
  Peru Real Maracaná 2014 Campeonato Peruano champion[17]
  Uruguay Colón 2013 Campeonato Uruguayo champion[18]
  Venezuela Caracas 2014 Campeonato Venezolano champion[19]

FormatEdit

Same format as last year is used:[5]

  • The twelve teams are divided into three groups of four.
  • The group winners and the best runner-up advance to the semifinals.
  • The semifinals matchups are:
    • Group B winner vs. Best runner-up
    • Group C winner vs. Group A winner
  • The semifinal winners and losers play in the final and third place match respectively.

RefereesEdit

One referee and one assistant is sent from every CONMEBOL member association.[20]

Prize moneyEdit

Each association gets US$5,000 from CONMEBOL. Additionally there are prizes for associations of the top four teams. $5,000 for fourth, $10,000 for third, $15,000 for second and $20,000 for the champion's association.

VenuesEdit

Three venues are used: Estádio Martins Pereira (Group A, semi-finals, third place match and final), Estádio ADC GM (Group B), and Estádio ADC Parahyba (Group C). All matches had free entry to the public.[21]

Group stageEdit

The schedule was announced by CONMEBOL on 29 October 2014.

If teams finish level on points, order will be determined according to the following criteria:[5]

  1. superior goal difference in all matches
  2. greater number of goals scored in all group matches
  3. better result in matches between tied teams
  4. drawing of lots

All times local, Brasília Summer Time (UTC−2).

Group AEdit

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
  São José 3 3 0 0 16 1 +15 9
  Boca Juniors 3 2 0 1 7 7 0 6
  Real Maracaná 3 1 0 2 4 13 −9 3
  Mundo Futuro 3 0 0 3 3 9 −6 0
Boca Juniors  2–1  Mundo Futuro
Oviedo   40'
Ojeda   67'
Report Luciel Pérez Galarza   60'
Referee: Yercinia Correa (Venezuela)
São José  7–0  Real Maracaná
Poliana   15'
Andressa Alves   19'25'46'
Chú Santos   26'37'
Bruna Benites   62'
Report
Referee: María Victoria Daza (Colombia)

Mundo Futuro  2–3  Real Maracaná
Yanina López   41'
Yaneth Viveros Campos   59'
Report Astrid Ramirez Paz   64' (pen.)66'
Adriana Lucar Carrasco   87'
Referee: Nadia Fuques (Uruguay)
São José  5–1  Boca Juniors
Giovânia Domingas Campos   20'63'
Andressa Alves   38'41'
Debinha   75'
Report Daniela Kippes   17'
Referee: Olga Miranda (Paraguay)

Real Maracaná  1–4  Boca Juniors
Meissi Quiche Pau   51' Report Stábile   8'81'
Oviedo   36'90+1'
São José  4–0  Mundo Futuro
Formiga   72'
Gislaine Cristina Souza da Silva   85'
Poliana   87'
Giovânia Domingas Campos   90'
Report

Group BEdit

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
  Caracas 3 2 1 0 9 7 +2 7
  Centro Olímpico 3 1 2 0 7 3 +4 5
  Colo Colo 3 1 1 1 11 6 +5 4
  Colón 3 0 0 3 5 16 −11 0
Caracas  3–2  Colo Colo
Lisbeth Bandrés   67'
Ysaura Viso   68'90+4'
Report Quezada   41'
Javiera Roa   61'
Referee: Florencia Romano (Argentina)
Centro Olímpico  4–0  Colón
Tamires   41'
Fabiana Baiana   47'
Gabi Zanotti   49'51'
Report
Referee: Johana Haro (Ecuador)

Centro Olímpico  2–2  Caracas
Tamires   25'
Érika   45+4'
Report Altuve   22'
Castro   75'
Referee: Melany Bermejo (Peru)
Colo Colo  8–2  Colón
Javiera Roa   50'
Banini   55'64'66'
C. Soto   69'
Ascanio   74'
Lara   87' (pen.)
Aedo   90+1'
Report Cinthia González   51'
Badell   84'
Referee: María Victoria Daza (Colombia)

Colón  3–4  Caracas
Badell   24'59'70' Report Ysaura Viso   18'20'26'
Paola Villamizar   54'
Referee: Sirley Cornejo (Bolivia)
Centro Olímpico  1–1  Colo Colo
Gabi Nunes   71' Report Banini   62'
Referee: Olga Miranda (Paraguay)

Group CEdit

Formas Íntimas advanced as best runners-up.

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
  Cerro Porteño 3 3 0 0 10 2 +8 9
  Formas Íntimas 3 2 0 1 7 2 +5 6
  Vitória das Tabocas 3 1 0 2 5 6 −1 3
  Rocafuerte 3 0 0 3 0 12 −12 0
Vitória das Tabocas  4–0  Rocafuerte
Duda   24'
Cida   37'
Giovanna   39'56'
Report
Referee: Sirley Cornejo (Bolivia)
Cerro Porteño  2–1  Formas Íntimas
Rosa Aquino   6'
Lourdes Ortiz   32'
Report Ospina   86'
Referee: Simone Xavier (Brazil)

Vitória das Tabocas  1–3  Cerro Porteño
Byanca Brasil   18' Report Ana Fleitas   16'
Rosa Aquino   62'90+3'
Referee: Yercinia Correa (Venezuela)
Formas Íntimas  3–0  Rocafuerte
Valentina Restrepo   18'
Ospina   30'85'
Report
Referee: Paola Barria (Chile)

Rocafuerte  0–5  Cerro Porteño
Report Jennifer Mora   1'35'
Rosa Aquino   10'
Ana Fleitas   52'
Rebeca Fernández   77'
Referee: Melany Bermejo (Peru)
Vitória das Tabocas  0–3  Formas Íntimas
Report Cuesta   12'
Ospina   23'71'
Referee: Florencia Romano (Argentina)

Knockout stageEdit

If tied after regulation time, the penalty shoot-out is used to determine the winner (no extra time is played).[5]

 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
13 November 2014
 
 
  Caracas (p) 2 (6)
 
16 November 2014
 
  Formas Íntimas 2 (5)
 
  Caracas 1
 
13 November 2014
 
  São José 5
 
  Cerro Porteño 1
 
 
  São José 2
 
Third place
 
 
16 November 2014
 
 
  Formas Íntimas 0 (3)
 
 
  Cerro Porteño (p) 0 (5)

SemifinalsEdit

Caracas  2–2  Formas Íntimas
Castro   16'90+3' Report Ospina   49'
Geraldine Cardona   54'
Penalties
Paola Villamizar  
Ysaura Viso  
Daicelis Guzmán  
Altuve  
Oli Padrón  
Lisbeth Bandrés  
Anabel Guzmán  
6–5   Sepúlveda
  Montoya
  Katherine García
  Paula Andrea Botero
  Geraldine Cardona
  Ospina
  Peduzine
Referee: Nadia Fuques (Uruguay)

Cerro Porteño  1–2  São José
Liz Peña   62' Report Formiga   67'
Rosana   79'
Referee: Sirley Cornejo (Bolivia)

Third place matchEdit

Formas Íntimas  0–0  Cerro Porteño
Report
Penalties
Kelis Peduzine  
Juliana Maria Sierra Ruiz  
Dora Alejandra Grisales Bastidas  
Viviana Cardona Valencia  
3–5   Jennifer Mora Cáceres
  Angélica Vázquez
  Rosa Aquino Mareco
  Fanny Godoy
  Marta Agüero

FinalEdit

For the first time a team from Venezuela played in the final. For São José it was their third title in their third final.

Caracas  1–5  São José
Ysaura Viso   59' Report Formiga   8'
Poliana   16'70'
Andressa Alves   61'
Giovânia Domingas Campos   76'
Referee: Melany Bermejo (Peru)

Top goalscorersEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  7. ^ As the Torneo final was only half way finished then, the leading team San Lorenzo qualified for the play-off. Boca won 2-1 and 3-0.
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  17. ^ "Real Maracana clasificó a la Copa Libertadores en el Fútbol Femenino" (in Spanish). ovaciondelsur.com. 7 July 2014. Retrieved 12 October 2014.
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  19. ^ "Caracas FC femenino es campeón por quinta vez y va a la Libertadores" (in Spanish). primicia.com.ve. 12 October 2014. Archived from the original on 2014-10-12. Retrieved 12 October 2014.
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  21. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-11-05. Retrieved 2014-11-05.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)

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