The 2014 tournament took place in the vibrant city of Santiago, Chile. The 12th edition of the Homeless World Cup saw 100,000 spectators watch the action live from Plaza de Bulnes, where the host nation took both the men’s and women’s championships. Photo: Elaine Livingstone
The Final Standings
A unique feature of the Homeless World Cup tournament is that regardless of ability, all teams compete for the same number of days. The competition breaks into a number of different trophies. Because of these levels of competitions, the games are exciting and meaningful even on the final day of the tournament. On the last day, each team earns their final position – and those standings then influence the rankings that will seed next year’s tournament.
WOMEN’S HOMELESS WORLD CUP FINAL RANKINGS
This year’s Women’s Homeless World Cup went to host nation Chile.
MEN’S HOMELESS WORLD CUP (LEVEL 1)
The Homeless World Cup is the top prize in the men’s competition. The iconic trophy travels the world with each winner and is then brought to the next host city before the competition begins. This year, the cup is returning to Chile as the men’s team emerged victorious.
EJERCITO DE CHILE CUP (LEVEL 2)
The second tier of the competition saw Mexico take the Ejercito de Chile Cup.
MUNICIPALIDAD DE SANTIAGO CUP (LEVEL 3)
The third tier trophy in the men’s/mixed competition went to the Romanian squad.
ACCION TOTAL CUP (LEVEL 4)
The fourth tier trophy, the Accion Total Cup, went to Northern Ireland.
FUTBOL CALLE CUP (LEVEL 5)
The fifth tier trophy went to India.