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2014 SAFF Women's Championship

2014 SAFF Women's Championship
Tournament details
Host country Pakistan
Dates 11–21 November
Teams 8 (from 1 confederation)
Final positions
Champions  India (3rd title)
Runners-up    Nepal

The 2014 South Asian Football Federation (SAFF). It was the third edition of the tournament since the first one in 2010. The competition was contested by the eight SAFF members. India are the reigning champions.

The tournament was hosted in Pakistan from 11 to 21 November 2014.[1]

In the final India beat Nepal for the third time and remains the only nation to lift the title.[2] Indian player Bela Davi won the top-scorer award averaging over three goals per match.

Host selection

On 10 September 2013, SAFF executive committee decided that 3rd SAFF Women's championship will be held in Pakistan.[3]

Venue

Jinnah Sports Stadium in Islamabad hosted all matches.[4] Although entry to all games was free there were very few local spectators.[5] After a suicide attack one week before start, there were some security concerns but the tournament was considered safe by the Pakistan Football Federation.[6]

Some matches were televised.[7]

Teams

Fixtures and results

Draw was done on 10 November 2014 at Manager's meeting.[8]

Group A

Team Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
 India 3 3 0 0 25 1 +24 9
 Bangladesh 3 2 0 1 10 7 +3 6
 Maldives 3 1 0 2 2 11 −9 3
 Afghanistan 3 0 0 3 1 19 −18 0
13 November 2014
India  8–0  Maldives
Ngangom Bala Devi Goal 24'46'72'74'
Yumnam Kamala Devi Goal 64'85'
Oinam Bembem Devi Goal 76'
Jyoti Ann Burrett Goal 90'
Report

15 November 2014
Maldives  1–0  Afghanistan
Mariyam Rifa Goal 34' Report
15 November 2014
India  5–1  Bangladesh
Upamati Devi Goal 46'
Mandakini Devi Goal 48'
Ngangom Bala Devi Goal 57'86'
Indumati Devi Goal 76'
Report Sabina Khatoon Goal 50'

17 November 2014
Afghanistan  0–12  India
Report Indumati Devi Goal 3'7'51'
Ngangom Bala Devi Goal 4'12'33'39'84'
Prameshowri Devi Goal 29'45+2'69'
Mandakani Devi Goal 88'
17 November 2014
Maldives  1–3  Bangladesh
Aishath Sama Goal 81' Report Maynum Rana Goal 18'
Sabina Khatoon Goal 35'87'

Group B

Team Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
   Nepal 3 3 0 0 13 0 +13 9
 Sri Lanka 3 2 0 1 5 4 +1 6
 Pakistan 3 1 0 2 5 5 0 3
 Bhutan 3 0 0 3 1 15 −14 0
11 November 2014
Pakistan  1–2  Sri Lanka
Hajra Khan Goal 90+1' Report Ishara Madushani Goal 38'
Erandi Kumudumala Goal 86'
Jinnah Sports Stadium, Islamabad
Referee: Kalpana Sharma (Nepal)[9]
12 November 2014
Nepal    8–0  Bhutan
Sajana Rana Goal 14'45+1'
Menuka Giri Goal 21'
Anu Lama Goal 36'40'
Dipa Adhikari Goal 60'84'
Sabitra Bhandari Goal 88'
Report

14 November 2014
Pakistan  0–2    Nepal
Report Anu Lama Goal 14'
Sajana Rana Goal 24'

16 November 2014
Nepal    3–0  Sri Lanka
Niru Thapa Goal 14'
Anu Lama Goal 53' (pen.)84'
Report
16 November 2014
Pakistan  4–1  Bhutan
Sehar Zaman Goal 55'
Shahlyla Baloch Goal 68'
Shenaz Roshan Goal 74'
Malika Noor Goal 79' (pen.)
Report Yangdon Goal 69'

Knockout stage

Semi-finals Final
19 November – Jinnah Sports Stadium
  Sri Lanka 0  
  India 5  
 
21 November – Jinnah Sports Stadium
      India 6
      Nepal 0
19 November – Jinnah Sports Stadium
    Nepal 1
  Bangladesh 0  

Semi-finals

19 November 2014
India  5–0  Sri Lanka
Indumati Devi Goal 23'69'
Ngangom Bala Devi Goal 31'
Prameshowri Devi Goal 48'
Yumnam Kamala Devi Goal 72'
Report
19 November 2014
Nepal    1–0  Bangladesh
Sajana Rana Goal 56' (pen.) Report

Final

21 November 2014
India  6–0    Nepal
Yumnam Kamala Devi Goal 26'
Ngangom Bala Devi Goal 40'43'51'90+3'
Romi Devi Ashem Goal 47'
Report

Goalscorers

16 goals
6 goals
5 goals
4 goals
3 goals
2 goals
1 goals

References

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  6. ^ http://tribune.com.pk/story/789307/sri-lanka-beat-pakistan-as-south-asia-womens-cup-kicks-off/
  7. ^ http://www.clickittefaq.com/sports/bangladesh-take-afghanistan-women-saff-championship-thursday/
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External links

  • Tournament at goalnepal.com
  • Results at futbol24.com
  • Results at kolkatafootball.com
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