2016 in association football
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The following were the scheduled events of association football for the year 2016 throughout the world.
Men's national teams
- 2–15 November: 2016 AFC Solidarity Cup in the Malaysia
- 19 November – 17 December: 2016 AFF Cup in Myanmar and Philippines
- 3–26 June: Copa América Centenario in the United States
- : Chile
- : Argentina
- : Colombia
- 4th: United States
- 28 May - 11 June: 2016 OFC Nations Cup in Papua New Guinea
- 12–30 January: 2016 AFC U-23 Championship in Qatar
- : Japan
- : South Korea
- : Iraq
- 4th: Qatar
- 10–23 July: 2016 AFF U-16 Youth Championship in Cambodia
- 11–24 September: 2016 AFF U-19 Youth Championship in Vietnam
- 15 September–2 October: 2016 AFC U-16 Championship in India
- : Iraq
- : Iran
- : Japan and North Korea
- 13–30 October: 2016 AFC U-19 Championship in Bahrain
- : Japan
- : Saudi Arabia
- : Iran and Vietnam
- 2–16 September: 2016 OFC U-20 Championship in Vanuatu
- : New Zealand
- : Vanuatu
- : New Caledonia and Solomon Islands
- 5–21 May: 2016 UEFA European Under-17 Championship in Azerbaijan
- : Portugal
- : Spain
- : Germany
- 4th: Netherlands
- 11–24 July: 2016 UEFA European Under-19 Championship in Germany
Women's national teams
- July 26 – August 4: 2016 AFF Women's Championship in Mandalay
- 19 November – 3 December: 2016 Africa Women Cup of Nations in Cameroon
- : Nigeria
- : Cameroon
- : Ghana
- 4th: South Africa
- 4–16 May: 2016 UEFA Women's Under-17 Championship in Belarus
- 19–31 July: 2016 UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship in Slovakia
- : France
- : Spain
- : Switzerland and Netherlands
- 30 September–21 October: 2016 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup in Jordan
- : North Korea
- : Japan
- : Spain
- 4th: Venezuela
- 13 November–3 December: 2016 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Port Moresby
- : North Korea
- : France
- : Japan
- 4th: United States
- 3–19 August: Football at the 2016 Summer Olympics – Men's tournament in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
- 3–19 August: Football at the 2016 Summer Olympics – Women's tournament in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Fixed dates for national team matches
Scheduled international matches per their International Match Calendar. Also known as FIFA International Day/Date(s).
- 21–29 March
- 30 May – 7 June (non-UEFA confederations)
- 29 August – 5 September
- 3–11 October
- 7–15 November
Club continental champions
- ^ The final was never played; the plane that was carrying Chapecoense to the first leg against Colombia's Atlético Nacional crashed, killing almost all of the team. In the days following the disaster, Atlético Nacional campaigned for Chapecoense to be awarded the title, and CONMEBOL did so on 5 December.
|CONMEBOL (South America)||2016 Copa Libertadores Femenina||Sportivo Limpeño||1||—|
|UEFA (Europe)||2015–16 UEFA Women's Champions League||Lyon||3||2011–12|
|Albania||2015–16 Albanian Women's National Championship||KF Vllaznia||3||2014–15|
|Austria||2015–16 ÖFB-Frauenliga||St. Pölten-Spratzern||2||2014–15|
|Belarus||2016 Belarusian Premier League||FC Minsk||4||2014–15|
|Belgium||2015–16 Super League||Standard Liège||1 [uw 1]||— [uw 2]|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||2015–16 Ženska Premijer Liga BiH||SFK 2000||14||2014–15|
|Bulgaria||2015–16 Bulgarian women's football championship||FC NSA Sofia||12||2014–15|
|Croatia||2015–16 Prva HNLŽ||Osijek||20||2014–15|
|Cyprus||2015–16 Cypriot First Division||Apollon Limassol||8||2014–15|
|Czech Republic||2015–16 Czech First Division||Slavia Praha||5||2014–15|
|Denmark||2015–16 Elitedivisionen||Fortuna Hjørring||9||2013–14|
|England||2016 FA WSL 1||Manchester City||1||—|
|Estonia||2016 Naiste Meistriliiga||Pärnu JK||7||2015|
|Faroe Islands||2016 1. deild kvinnur||Klaksvíkar Ítróttarfelag||18||2015|
|Finland||2016 Naisten Liiga||PK-35 Vantaa||6||2015|
|France||2015–16 Division 1 Féminine||Lyon||14||2014–15|
|Georgia||2016 Georgia women's football championship||FC Martve||1||—|
|Germany||2015–16 Frauen-Bundesliga||Bayern Munich||2||2014–15|
|Gibraltar||2016 Gibraltar Women's Football League||Manchester 62||2||2014|
|Greece||2016 Greek A Division||P.A.O.K. F.C.||11||2015|
|Hungary||2016 Női NB I||Ferencváros||2||2015|
|Ireland||2015–16 Women's National League||Wexford Youths||2||2014–15|
|2016 Women's National League [uw 3]||Shelbourne Ladies||1||—|
|Israel||2015–16 Ligat Nashim||Ramat HaSharon||1||—|
|Italy||2015–16 Serie A||Brescia||2||2013–14|
|Kazakhstan||2016 Kazakhstani women's football championship||BIIK Kazygurt||5||2015|
|Latvia||2016 Latvian Women's League||Rīgas FS||4||2015|
|Lithuania||2016 A Lyga||Gintra-Universitetas||15||2015|
|Luxembourg||2015-16 Dames Ligue 1||Jeunesse Junglinster||5||2014-15|
|Malta||2015-16 Maltese First Division||Hibernians||11||2014-15|
|Moldova||2015-16 Moldovan women's football championship||ARF Criuleni||1||—|
|Montenegro||2015-16 Montenegrin Women's League||Breznica Pljevlja||1||—|
|Netherlands||2015–16 Eredivisie||Twente||2 [uw 4]||2010–11 [uw 5]|
|Macedonia||2015-16 Macedonian women's football championship||ŽFK Dragon 2014||2||2014-15|
|Northern Ireland||2015-16 Women's Premiership||Linfield Ladies F.C.||1||—|
|Norway||2016 Toppserien||LSK Kvinner||4||2015|
|Poland||2016 Ekstraliga||KKPK Medyk Konin||3||2015|
|Portugal||2015–16 Campeonato Nacional||Benfica||2||2014–15|
|Romania||2015–16 Superliga||Olimpia Cluj||6||2014–15|
|Scotland||2016 SWPL 1 [uw 6]||Glasgow City||1 [uw 7]||—|
|Serbia||2015–16 Serbian SuperLiga||ŽFK Spartak Subotica||6||2014–15|
|Slovakia||2015–16 Slovak Women's First League||Slovan Bratislava||12||2011–12|
|Slovenia||2015–16 Slovenian Women's League||Pomurje Beltinci||6||2014–15|
|Spain||2015–16 Primera División||Athletic Bilbao||5||2006–07|
|Switzerland||2016 Swiss Women's Super League||Zürich Frauen||7||2015|
|Turkey||2015–16 Turkish Women's First Football League||Konak Belediyespor||4||2014-15|
|Ukraine||2016 Vyshcha Liha||Zhytlobud-2 Kharkiv||1||—|
|Wales||2015–16 Welsh Premier League||Cardiff Met. Ladies||3||2014–15|
- ^ The 2015–16 season was the first for the Belgian Super League after the Belgian and Dutch associations scrapped the BeNe League, a joint top-level league that operated from 2012–13 through 2014–15. Standard also has 15 championships in the Belgian Women's First Division, which was the country's top level before the creation of the BeNe League and now occupies the second level of Belgium's women's football pyramid. In addition, Standard was the top-placing Belgian team in all three seasons of the BeNe League, giving them three more national championships.
- ^ Standard's last championship in Belgium's top level came in 2011–12, the final season before the creation of the BeNe League.
- ^ In women's football, the Republic of Ireland transitioned from an autumn-spring season spanning two calendar years to a spring-autumn season contained within a single calendar year, a format long used by the country's men's leagues. To that effect, an abbreviated 2016 season was held in autumn.
- ^ Includes only Eredivisie titles. Twente was the top-placing Dutch team in all three seasons of the BeNe League.
- ^ Date reflects Twente's previous Eredivisie championship.
- ^ The 2016 season was the first for SWPL 1, the new top flight of the Scottish Women's Premier League.
- ^ Does not include 9 titles won by Glasgow City prior to the split of the SWPL into two divisions after the 2015 season.
|United States||2016 National Women's Soccer League||Western New York Flash[cw 1]||1[cw 2]||—|
- ^ Following the 2016 season, the Flash sold its NWSL franchise rights to interests in the Research Triangle area of North Carolina, which relaunched the franchise as the North Carolina Courage. The Flash continue to operate in the de facto second-division United Women's Soccer.
- ^ Does not include championships won in two now-defunct top-level leagues—Women's Professional Soccer (2011) and WPSL Elite (2012).
|Australia||2015–16 W-League||Melbourne City||1||—|
|Iraq||2015–16 Iraqi Women's Football League||Ghaz Al-Shamal||1||—|
|Japan||2016 Nadeshiko League Division 1||NTV Beleza||14||2015|
|New Zealand||2015–16 ASB Premiership||Team Wellington||1||—|
|Samoa||2015–16 Samoa National League|
|Solomon Islands||2015–16 Solomon Islands S-League||Solomon Warriors||3||2013–14|
|Tahiti||2015–16 Tahiti Ligue 1||Tefana||5||2014–15|
|Vanuatu||2015–16 TVL League|
|American Samoa||2016 FFAS Senior League||Pago Youth||5||2012|
|Cook Islands||2016 Cook Islands Round Cup||Puaikura||4||2013|
|Fiji||2016 Fiji National Football League||Ba||20||2013|
|Kiribati||2016 Kiribati National Championship|
|New Caledonia||2016 New Caledonia Super Ligue|
|Niue||2016 Niue Soccer Tournament|
|Papua New Guinea||2015–16 Papua New Guinea National Soccer League||Lae City Dwellers||2||2015|
|Tonga||2015–16 Tonga Major League||Veitongo||4||2015|
|Tuvalu||2016 Tuvalu A-Division|
- ^ Does not include 2 cups titles won by predecessor club Alliance Dudelange,4 cups titles won by predecessor club Stade Dudelange, 1 Cup title won by predecessor club US Dudelange.
|Denmark||2015–16 Women's DBU Pokalen||Fortuna Hjørring||8||2007–08|
|England||2015–16 FA Women's Cup||Arsenal||14||2013–14|
|Germany||2015–16 Frauen DFB-Pokal||Wolfsburg||3||2014–15|
|Israel||2015–16 Israeli Women's Cup||Kiryat Gat||1||—|
|Slovenia||2015–16 Slovenian Women's Cup||Pomurje Beltinci||6||2013–14|
|Spain||2016 Copa de la Reina||Atlético Madrid||1||—|
|Sweden||2015–16 Svenska Cupen||Rosengård||3||1997|
|Switzerland||2015–16 Swiss Women's Cup||FC Zürich Frauen||11||2014-15|
|Argentina||2015–16 Copa Argentina||River Plate||1||—|
|Brazil||2016 Copa do Brasil||Grêmio||5||2001|
|2016 Copa do Nordeste||Santa Cruz||1||—|
|2016 Copa Verde||Paysandu||1||—|
|2016 Campeonato Paulista||Santos||22||2015|
|2016 Campeonato Carioca||Vasco da Gama||24||2015|
|2016 Campeonato Mineiro||América||16||2001|
|2016 Campeonato Gaúcho||Internacional||45||2015|
|2016 Campeonato Baiano||Vitória||28||2013|
|2016 Campeonato Pernambucano||Santa Cruz||29||2015|
|2016 Campeonato Paranaense||Atlético Paranaense||23||2009|
|Chile||2016 Copa Chile||Colo-Colo||11||1996|
|Colombia||2016 Copa Colombia||Atlético Nacional||3||2013|
|2016 Superliga Colombiana||Atlético Nacional||2||2012|
|Venezuela||2016 Copa Venezuela||Zulia||1||—|
|Canada||2016 Canadian Championship||Toronto FC||5||2012|
|2016 The Challenge Trophy|
|2016 Inter-Provincial Cup Championship|
|2016 PLSQ Cup|
|2016 League1 Ontario Cup|
|2016 British Columbia Provincial Soccer Championship|
|Aruba||2015–16 Torneo Copa Betico Croes|
|Barbados||2015–16 Barbados FA Cup|
|Bermuda||2015-16 Bermuda FA Cup|
|Cayman Islands||2015–16 Cayman Islands FA Cup|
|French Guiana||2015–16 Coupe de Guyane|
|Guadeloupe||2016 Coupe de Guadeloupe|
|Guyana||2015–16 Kashif & Shanghai Knockout Tournament|
|2016 Guyana Mayors Cup|
|Martinique||2016 Coupe de la Martinique||Golden Lion||1||—|
|Saint Kitts and Nevis||Saint Kitts and Nevis National Cup 2015-16|
|Suriname||2016 Surinamese Cup||SV Robinhood||6||2007|
|2016 Suriname President's Cup (SuperCup)|
|Jamaica||2015–16 JFF Champions Cup|
|Costa Rica||2016 Torneo de Copa|
|El Salvador||2015–16 Copa EDESSA Independencia|
|Honduras||2016 Honduran Cup|
|2016 Honduran Supercup||Olimpia||2||1997|
|Trinidad and Tobago||2016 Trinidad and Tobago Cup|
|2016 Trinidad and Tobago League Cup||Defence Force||3||2009|
|Mexico||Clausura 2016 Copa MX||Tiburones Rojos de Veracruz||2||1947–48|
|Apertura 2016 Copa MX||Querétaro||1||—|
|2016 Supercopa MX||Guadalajara||1||—|
|2016 Campeón de Campeones||UANL||1||—|
|United States||2016 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup||FC Dallas||2||1997|
|Algeria||2015–16 Algerian Cup||MC Alger||8||2013–14|
|2016 Algerian Super Cup||USM Alger||2||2013|
|Egypt||2015–16 Egypt Cup||Zamalek||25||2014–15|
|2016 Egyptian Super Cup||Not held|
|Morocco||2015–16 Coupe du Trône|
|Tunisia||2015–16 Tunisian Cup||ES Tunis||15||2011|
|Benin||2016 Benin Cup|
|Burkina Faso||2016 Coupe du Faso|
|Gambia||2016 Gambian Cup|
|Ghana||2016 Ghanaian FA Cup|
|Guinea||2016 Guinée Coupe Nationale|
|Guinea-Bissau||2016 Taça Nacional da Guiné Bissau|
|Ivory Coast||2016 Coupe de Côte d'Ivoire de football|
|2016 Coupe Houphouët-Boigny|
|Liberia||2016 Liberian Cup|
|Liberia||2016 Liberian National County Meet|
|2016 Liberian Super Cup|
|Mali||2016 Malian Cup|
|2016 Super Coupe National du Mali|
|Mauritania||2016 Coupe du Président de la République|
|2016 Mauritanian Super Cup|
|Niger||2016 Niger Cup|
|Nigeria||2016 Nigerian FA Cup|
|2016 Nigerian Super Cup|
|Senegal||2016 Senegal FA Cup|
|Sierra Leone||2016 Sierra Leonean FA Cup|
|Cameroon||2016 Cameroonian Cup|
|Chad||2016 Chad Cup|
|2016 Coupe de Ligue de N'Djaména|
|Congo||2016 Coupe du Congo de football|
|DR Congo||2016 Coupe du Congo|
|Equatorial Guinea||2016 Equatoguinean Cup|
|Gabon||2016 Coupe du Gabon Interclubs|
|São Tomé and Príncipe||2016 Taça Nacional de São Tomé e Príncipe|
|Burundi||2016 Burundian Cup|
|Djibouti||2016 Djibouti Cup|
|Eritrea||2016 Eritrean Cup|
|Ethiopia||2016 Ethiopian Cup|
|Kenya||2016 FKF President's Cup|
|2016 KPL Top 8 Cup|
|2016 Kenyan Super Cup||Bandari F.C.||1||—|
|Rwanda||2016 Rwandan Cup|
|Somalia||2016 Somalia Cup|
|South Sudan||2016 South Sudan National Cup|
|Sudan||2016 Sudan Cup|
|Uganda||2015-16 Ugandan Cup|
|Tanzania||2016 Nyerere Cup|
|Angola||2016 Taça de Angola|
|2016 Supertaça de Angola||C.R.D. Libolo||2||2015|
|Botswana||2016 FA Challenge Cup|
|2016 Orange Kabelano Charity Cup|
|2015–16 Mascom Top 8 Cup||Orapa United FC||1||—|
|Comoros||2016 Comoros Cup|
|Lesotho||2016 Lesotho Independence Cup|
|2016 LNIG Top 8||Lioli F.C.||1||—|
|Madagascar||2016 Coupe de Madagascar|
|Malawi||2016 Malawi FAM Cup|
|2016 Chifundo Charity Shield||Big Bullets F.C.||1||—|
|Mauritius||2016 Mauritian Cup|
|Mozambique||2016 Taça de Moçambique|
|Namibia||2016 NFA Cup|
|Seychelles||2016 Seychelles FA Cup|
|South Africa||2015–16 Nedbank Cup||SuperSport United||4||2011–12|
|2016 Telkom Knockout|
|2016 MTN 8|
|2016 Carling Black Label Cup|
|Swaziland||2016 Swazi Cup||Mbabane Swallows||4||2013|
|2016 SMVAF Ingwenyama Cup||Mbabane Swallows||1||—|
|Zimbabwe||2016 Cup of Zimbabwe|
|2016 Zimbabwean Independence Trophy|
|2016 Coupe de la Réunion|
|New Zealand||2016 ASB Chatham Cup|
|2016 ASB Charity Cup|
|Samoa||2016 Samoa Cup|
|Tahiti||2016 Tahiti Cup||A.S. Dragon||5||2013|
|Cook Islands||2016 Cook Islands Cup|
|Fiji||2016 Fiji Football Association Cup Tournament|
|2016 Battle of the Giants|
|2016 Champion versus Champion (Fiji)||Nadi F.C.||1||—|
|New Caledonia||2016 New Caledonia Cup||AS Magenta||10||2014|
|Tuvalu||2016 NBT Cup|
|2016 Tuvalu Independence Cup|
|2016 Christmas Cup|
2016 Summer Olympics (FIFA)
- August 3 – 20: 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro (finals takes place at Maracanã Stadium)
2016 FIFA tournaments
- September 30 – October 21: 2016 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup in Jordan
- North Korea defeated Japan, 5–4 in penalties and after a 0–0 in regular play, to win their second FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup title.
- Spain took third place.
- November 13 – December 3: 2016 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Papua New Guinea
- North Korea defeated France, 3–1, to win their second FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup title.
- Japan took third place.
- December 8 – 18: 2016 FIFA Club World Cup in Japan
- Real Madrid defeated Kashima Antlers, 4–2 in extra time, to win their second FIFA Club World Cup title.
- Atlético Nacional took third place.
- June 30, 2015 – May 18, 2016: 2015–16 UEFA Europa League (final at St. Jakob-Park, Basel)
- Sevilla FC defeated Liverpool F.C., 3–1, to win their third consecutive and fifth overall UEFA Europa League title.
- June 30, 2015 – May 28, 2016: 2015–16 UEFA Champions League (final at San Siro, Milan)
- Real Madrid defeated fellow Spanish team, Atlético Madrid, 5–3 in penalties and after a 1–1 score in regular play, to win their 11th UEFA Champions League title.
- Real Madrid would represent UEFA at the 2016 FIFA Club World Cup.
- August 11, 2015 – May 26, 2016: 2015–16 UEFA Women's Champions League (final at Mapei Stadium – Città del Tricolore, Reggio Emilia)
- September 15, 2015 – April 18, 2016: 2015–16 UEFA Youth League (final at Centre sportif de Colovray Nyon, Nyon)
- Chelsea defeated Paris Saint-Germain, 2–1, to win their second consecutive UEFA Youth League title.
- May 4 – 16: 2016 UEFA Women's Under-17 Championship in Belarus
- May 5 – 21: 2016 UEFA European Under-17 Championship in Azerbaijan
- June 10 – July 10: UEFA Euro 2016 in France (final at Stade de France in Saint-Denis)
- July 11 – 24: 2016 UEFA European Under-19 Championship in Germany
- July 19 – 31: 2016 UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship in Slovakia
- August 9: 2016 UEFA Super Cup in Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim
- Real Madrid defeated fellow Spanish team, Sevilla FC, 3–2, to win their third UEFA Super Cup title.
- January 30 – February 14: 2016 U-20 Copa Libertadores in Luque and Asunción
- February 2 – July 27: 2016 Copa Libertadores
- Atlético Nacional defeated Independiente del Valle, 2–1 on aggregate, to win their second Copa Libertadores title.
- Atlético Nacional would represent CONMEBOL at the 2016 FIFA Club World Cup
- March 1 – 20: 2016 South American Under-17 Women's Football Championship in Barquisimeto
- Note: All the teams listed below qualified to compete in the 2016 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup.
- Champions: Venezuela (second consecutive South American Under-17 Women's Football Championship title)
- Second: Brazil
- Third: Paraguay
- June 3 – 26: Copa América Centenario in the United States
- August 9 – December 7: 2016 Copa Sudamericana
- CONMEBOL has decided that team Chapecoense would posthumously be the winners of the 2016 Copa Sudamericana title, following LaMia Flight 2933 disaster.
- August 10: 2016 Suruga Bank Championship in Kashima, Ibaraki
- Santa Fe defeated Kashima Antlers, 1–0, to win their first Suruga Bank Championship title.
- August 18 & 25: 2016 Recopa Sudamericana
- River Plate defeated Santa Fe, 2–1, to win their second consecutive Recopa Sudamericana title.
- December 6 – 20: 2016 Copa Libertadores Femenina in Uruguay
- Sportivo Limpeño defeated Estudiantes de Guárico, 2–1, to win their first Copa Libertadores Femenina title.
- Foz Cataratas took third place.
- November 27, 2015 – March 27, 2016: 2015–16 CAF U-17 Women's World Cup Qualifying Tournament
- Cameroon, Ghana, and Nigeria all qualified to compete at the 2016 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup.
- January 16 – February 7: 2016 African Nations Championship in Rwanda
- The DR Congo defeated Mali, 3–0, to win their second African Nations Championship title. The Ivory Coast took the bronze medal.
- February 12 – October 23: 2016 CAF Champions League
- Mamelodi Sundowns defeated Zamalek, 3–1 on aggregate, to win their first CAF Champions League title.
- The Mamelodi Sundowns represented the CAF at the 2016 FIFA Club World Cup.
- February 12 – November 6: 2016 CAF Confederation Cup
- TP Mazembe defeated MO Béjaïa, 5–2 on aggregate, to win their first CAF Confederation Cup title.
- February 20: 2016 CAF Super Cup
- TP Mazembe defeated Étoile Sportive du Sahel, 2–1, to win their third CAF Super Cup title.
- November 19 – December 3: 2016 Africa Women Cup of Nations in Cameroon
- November 26 – December 3: 2016 UEMOA Tournament in Lomé
- December 7 – 16: 2016 COSAFA U-20 Cup in Rustenburg
- Zambia defeated South Africa, 2–1, to win their tenth COSAFA U-20 Cup title. DR Congo took third place.
- August 11, 2015 – November 5, 2016: 2016 AFC Cup
- Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya defeated Bengaluru FC, 1–0, to win their first AFC Cup title.
- January 12 – 30: 2016 AFC U-23 Championship in Qatar
- Japan defeated South Korea, 3–2, to win their first AFC U-23 Championship title. Iraq took third place.
- February 29 – March 9: 2015–16 AFC Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament (final) in Osaka
- Australia win the tournament. Australia and China qualified from 2016 Summer Olympics.
- January 27 – November 26: 2016 AFC Champions League
- Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors defeated Al Ain FC, 3–2 in aggregate, to win their second AFC Champions League title.
- Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors would represent the AFC at the 2016 FIFA Club World Cup.
- July 10 – 23: 2016 AFF U-16 Youth Championship in Phnom Penh