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2014 Kabaddi World Cup (Circle style)

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The 2014 World Kabaddi Cup is the fifth edition of the circle style World Kabaddi Cup, held from 7 December to 20 December 2014 with the Opening Ceremony on 6 December 2014 at the Guru Gobind Singh Stadium in Jalandhar. The tournament took place in Punjab, India.

2014 Kabaddi World Cup (Men)
Tournament information
Dates7 December–20 December
Administrator(s)Government of Punjab
FormatCircle style
Tournament
format(s)
Round-robin and Knockout
Host(s)India
Venue(s)13
Participants11
Final positions
Champions India
Runner-up Pakistan
Tournament statistics
Matches played29
Best RaiderSandeep Surkhpuria  India
Shafique Chishti  Pakistan[1]
Best StopperYadwinder Singh Surkhpuria  India
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OrganizationEdit

The tournament is organized by the Government of Punjab, India.[2][3] The dates of the tournament were first announced publicly on 30 August 2014. The opening and closing ceremonies were telecast live throughout India, with international broadcasting in Canada, United States, United Kingdom and Australia.

Participating nationsEdit

The 12-day-long event had 11 participating nations in the men's tournament, with 8 participating nations in the women's tournament.

Men's TournamentEdit

VenuesEdit

The games played at the following venues.

Opening CeremonyEdit

On 6 December, the opening ceremony was held in the Evening at Guru Gobind Singh Stadium in Jalandhar. Sharry Mann, Harshdeep Kaur, Sonakshi Sinha and Arjun Kapoor appeared at this mega event.

Closing CeremonyEdit

On 20 December, the closing ceremony was held before the final match at Guru Gobind Singh Multipurpose Stadium, Badal Sri Muktsar Sahib. Miss Pooja and Gippy Grewal appeared to close the event.

ScheduleEdit

Note: All matches' timings are according to Indian Standard Time (UTC +5:30) December 14 matches in Hoshiarpur, Punjab were cancelled due to heavy rain.[4] December 15 matches in Nabha, Punjab were shifted from Government Ripudaman Stadium to Punjab Public School.[5]

Group stageEdit

Pool AEdit

Team Pld W D L SF SA SD Pts
  India 4 4 0 0 208 129 79 8
  Iran 4 3 0 1 192 148 44 6
  United States 4 2 0 2 154 158 -4 4
  Australia 4 1 0 3 128 189 -61 2
  Spain 4 0 0 4 125 183 -58 0
     Qualified for semifinals

8 December 2014
12:20
  Australia 43 - 34   Spain
Multipurpose Stadium, Dhudike

8 December 2014
14:50
  Iran 40 - 39   United States
Multipurpose Stadium, Dhudike

10 December 2014
13:35
  Australia 29 - 59   Iran
A.S. College Stadium, Khanna, Ludhiana

10 December 2014
16:00
  India 51 - 38   Spain
A.S. College Stadium, Khanna, Ludhiana

13 December 2014
12:15
  Spain 27 - 54   Iran
Guru Nanak Stadium, Sultanpur Lodhi

13 December 2014
14:40
  India 59 - 29   United States
Guru Nanak Stadium, Sultanpur Lodhi

15 December 2014
12:10
  United States 51 - 33   Australia
Punjab Public School, Nabha

15 December 2014
15:45
  India 53 - 39   Iran
Punjab Public School, Nabha

16 December 2014
10:55
  United States 35 - 26   Spain
Multipurpose Sports Stadium, Jalalabad, Fazilka

16 December 2014
12:45
  India 45 - 23   Australia
Multipurpose Sports Stadium, Jalalabad, Fazilka

Pool BEdit

Team Pld W D L SF SA SD Pts
  Pakistan 5 5 0 0 267 131 136 10
  England 5 4 0 1 229 169 60 8
  Canada 5 3 0 2 219 136 83 6
  Denmark 5 2 0 3 157 237 -80 4
  Sweden 5 1 0 4 163 218 -55 2
  Argentina 5 0 0 5 129 273 -144 0
     Qualified for semifinals

7 December 2014
18:10
  Sweden 32 - 51   England
Government College Stadium, Gurdaspur

7 December 2014
20:20
  Argentina 35 - 53   Denmark
Government College Stadium, Gurdaspur

9 December 2014
12:10
  Argentina 30 - 52   Sweden
Nehru Stadium, Rupnagar

9 December 2014
14:40
  Pakistan 69 - 24   Denmark
Nehru Stadium, Rupnagar

9 December 2014
15:55
  Canada 36 - 39   England
Nehru Stadium, Rupnagar

11 December 2014
12:25
  Denmark 45 - 42   Sweden
Guru Arjun Dev Sports Stadium, Chohla Sahib, Tarn Taran

11 December 2014
13:35
  Canada 59 - 22   Argentina
Guru Arjun Dev Sports Stadium, Chohla Sahib, Tarn Taran

11 December 2014
16:20
  Pakistan 58 - 31   England
Guru Arjun Dev Sports Stadium, Chohla Sahib, Tarn Taran

15 December 2014
13:25
  Pakistan 45 - 35   Canada
Punjab Public School, Nabha

15 December 2014
14:40
  England 64 - 22   Argentina
Punjab Public School, Nabha

16 December 2014
14:40
  Denmark 14 - 47   Canada
Multipurpose Sports Stadium, Jalalabad, Fazilka

16 December 2014
15:40
  Pakistan 50 - 21   Sweden
Multipurpose Sports Stadium, Jalalabad, Fazilka

17 December 2014
11:35
  England 44 - 21   Denmark
Shaheed Captain Manjinder Singh Bhinder Stadium, Mehta Chowk Amritsar

17 December 2014
14:35
  Sweden 16 - 42   Canada
Shaheed Captain Manjinder Singh Bhinder Stadium, Mehta Chowk Amritsar

17 December 2014
15:35
  Pakistan 45 - 20   Argentina
Shaheed Captain Manjinder Singh Bhinder Stadium, Mehta Chowk Amritsar

Knockout stageEdit

 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
18 December – Shaheed Bachan Singh Kabaddi Stadium, Dirba
 
 
  India54
 
20 December – Guru Gobind Singh Multipurpose Stadium, Badal Sri Muktsar Sahib
 
  England33
 
  India45
 
18 December – Shaheed Bachan Singh Kabaddi Stadium, Dirba
 
  Pakistan42
 
  Pakistan56
 
 
  Iran28
 
Third place
 
 
19 December – Baba Kala Mehar Stadium, Barnala
 
 
  Iran48
 
 
  England31

Semi-finalsEdit

18 December 2014
13:25
  Pakistan 56 - 28   Iran
Shaheed Bachan Singh Kabaddi Stadium, Dirba

18 December 2014
15:35
  India 54 - 33   England
Shaheed Bachan Singh Kabaddi Stadium, Dirba

Third placeEdit

19 December 2014
14:15
  Iran 48 - 31   England
Baba Kala Mehar Stadium, Barnala

Final matchEdit

20 December 2014
17:55
  India 45 - 42   Pakistan
Guru Gobind Singh Multipurpose Stadium, Badal Sri Muktsar Sahib

Women's TournamentEdit

ScheduleEdit

Note: All matches' timings are according to Indian Standard Time (UTC +5:30).

Group stageEdit

Pool AEdit

Team Pld W D L SF SA SD Pts
  India 3 3 0 0 153 47 106 6
  Denmark 3 2 0 1 100 99 1 4
  Azerbaijan 3 1 0 2 71 119 -48 2
  United States 3 0 0 3 79 138 -59 0
     Qualified for semifinals

8 December 2014
13:35
  India 56 - 15   United States
Multipurpose Stadium, Dhudike

10 December 2014
12:30
  Azerbaijan 17 - 40   Denmark
A.S. College Stadium, Khanna, Ludhiana

13 December 2014
13:30
  India 50 - 16   Denmark
Guru Nanak Stadium, Sultanpur Lodhi

15 December 2014
11:05
  Azerbaijan 38 - 32   United States
Punjab Public School, Nabha

16 December 2014
11:50
  India 47 - 16   Azerbaijan
Multipurpose Sports Stadium, Jalalabad, Fazilka

17 December 2014
12:30
  Denmark 44 - 32   United States
Shaheed Captain Manjinder Singh Bhinder Stadium, Mehta Chowk Amritsar

Pool BEdit

Team Pld W D L SF SA SD Pts
  New Zealand 3 3 0 0 134 74 60 6
  Pakistan 3 2 0 1 114 95 19 4
  England 3 1 0 2 96 111 -15 2
  Mexico 3 0 0 3 70 134 -64 0
     Qualified for semifinals

7 December 2014
19:20
  New Zealand 45 - 21   England
Government College Stadium, Gurdaspur

9 December 2014
13:25
  Mexico 20 - 45   Pakistan
Nehru Stadium, Rupnagar

10 December 2014
14:55
  Pakistan 39 - 37   England
A.S. College Stadium, Khanna, Ludhiana

11 December 2014
14:45
  New Zealand 38 - 30   Pakistan
Guru Arjun Dev Sports Stadium, Chohla Sahib, Tarn Taran

16 December 2014
13:45
  New Zealand 51 - 23   Mexico
Multipurpose Sports Stadium, Jalalabad, Fazilka

17 December 2014
13:30
  England 38 - 27   Mexico
Shaheed Captain Manjinder Singh Bhinder Stadium, Mehta Chowk Amritsar

Knockout stageEdit

 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
18 December – Shaheed Bachan Singh Kabaddi Stadium, Dirba
 
 
  India47
 
20 December – Guru Gobind Singh Multipurpose Stadium, Badal Sri Muktsar Sahib
 
  Pakistan19
 
  India36
 
18 December – Shaheed Bachan Singh Kabaddi Stadium, Dirba
 
  New Zealand27
 
  New Zealand41
 
 
  Denmark20
 
Third place
 
 
19 December – Baba Kala Mehar Stadium, Barnala
 
 
  Pakistan38
 
 
  Denmark28

Semi-finalsEdit

18 December 2014
12:05
  New Zealand 41 - 20   Denmark
Shaheed Bachan Singh Kabaddi Stadium, Dirba

18 December 2014
14:40
  India 47 - 19   Pakistan
Shaheed Bachan Singh Kabaddi Stadium, Dirba

Third placeEdit

19 December 2014
12:05
  Pakistan 38 - 28   Denmark
Baba Kala Mehar Stadium, Barnala

Final matchEdit

20 December 2014
16:35
  India 36 - 27   New Zealand
Guru Gobind Singh Multipurpose Stadium, Badal Sri Muktsar Sahib

BroadcastingEdit

Television
Countries Broadcaster
  India PTC News
  Canada
  United States
  United Kingdom
  EU
  Australia
  New Zealand
PTC Punjabi

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ https://www.facebook.com/ShafiqueChisthi
  2. ^ Indian Men, Eves win 5th Kabaddi World Cup; Men beat Pak, Women beat New Zealand - YesPunjab
  3. ^ "Indian Men & Women Won Kabaddi World Cup 2014","Affairscloud" , 21 December 2014.
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-12-14. Retrieved 2014-12-15.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  5. ^ http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/chandigarh/Venue-for-Kabaddi-WC-shifted-to-PPS-Nabha/articleshow/45516847.cms