2014 International Women's Club Championship
The 2014 International Women's Club Championship, known for sponsorship reasons as the Nestlé Cup, was the third worldwide international women's football club tournament, held in Japan from 30 November to 6 December 2014.
|Dates||30 November–6 December|
|Teams||6 (from 3 confederations)|
|Venue(s)||2 (in 2 host cities)|
|Champions||São José (1st title)|
|Third place||Urawa Red Diamonds|
|Fourth place||Okayama Yunogo Belle|
|Goals scored||20 (3.33 per match)|
|Attendance||7,872 (1,312 per match)|
São José won the final 2–0 against Arsenal.
Jiangsu Huatai from China won the last open spot by winning a qualifying tournament, called the Asian Women's Club Championship by some sources. As with the previous edition the UEFA Champions League winners Wolfsburg didn't participate.
|Team||Tournament won||Confederation or FA||Reference|
|Arsenal||invitee (2013–14 FA Women's Cup)||UEFA|||
|Melbourne Victory||2013–14 W-League||Football Federation Australia|||
|São José||2013 Copa Libertadores Femenina||CONMEBOL|||
|Jiangsu Huatai||IWCC Qualifying tournament winner||AFC|
|Okayama Yunogo Belle||2014 Nadeshiko League Regular Series||Japan Football Association|||
|Urawa Red Diamonds||2014 Nadeshiko League Exciting Series|
|Urawa Red Diamonds||5|
|Urawa Red Diamonds||0|
|Okayama Yunogo Belle||0|
|Okayama Yunogo Belle||5||Urawa Red Diamonds||4|
|Melbourne Victory||0||Okayama Yunogo Belle||0|
All times are local (UTC+9)
|Urawa Red Diamonds||5–1||Jiangsu Huatai|
Kira 27', 58'
|Wang L. 41'|
|Okayama Yunogo Belle||5–0||Melbourne Victory|
|Nakano 1', 82'
Arimachi 6', 37'
Third place play-offEdit
|Urawa Red Diamonds||4–0||Okayama Yunogo Belle|
The total prize-pool was 10 million Yen (about $85,000) for all teams combined.
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