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2014 OFC U 20 Women's Championship

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Host country  New Zealand
Venue(s)  (in 1 host city)
Dates  18–22 February 2014
Runners-up  Papua New Guinea
Teams  4 (from 1 confederation)
Champions  New Zealand (4th title)

The 2014 OFC U-20 Women's Championship was the sixth edition of the OFC U-20 Women's Championship. The continent's association football youth tournament organised by the Oceania Football Confederation. The tournament takes place in Auckland, New Zealand from 18 to 22 February 2014. Four teams take part.


The Championship acts as the continent's qualifying event for the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup that will take place Canada later in this year.

Oceania's two top ranked teams New Zealand and Papua New Guinea won their first two games and then played of for the title on the last matchday. New Zealand won 3–0 and qualified to the World Cup.

Participating Teams

Only four of OFC's eleven nations have entered a team. The official draw was held on 24 January at OFC headquarters.

  •  New Zealand (Hosts)
  •  Papua New Guinea
  •  Tonga
  •  Vanuatu
  • Format

    The four teams played a round-robin. The winner advanced to the World Cup.


    Nine referees and nine assistant referees were named for the tournament.


    All times are local, UTC+13:00 (New Zealand Daylight saving time)

  • Golden Ball (MVP): Meagen Gunemba (PNG)
  • Golden Boot (Leading Scorer): Emma Rolston (NZL)
  • Golden Gloves (Best Goalkeeper): Tangimausia Ma’afu (TON)
  • Fair Play Award: Vanuatu
  • Goal scorers

    4 goals
  • Emma Rolston
  • 3 goals
  • Martine Puketapu
  • Meagen Gunemba
  • 2 goals
  • Briar Palmer
  • Jasmine Pereira
  • Tayla O'Brien
  • Malia Tongia
  • 1 goal
    Own goal
  • Daisy Cleverley
  • Rumona Morris
  • References

    2014 OFC U-20 Women's Championship Wikipedia

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