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2009 in association football

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List of years in association football

The following are the association football events of the year 2009 throughout the world.

News

General

January

February

March

May

June

July

September

October

November

December

Events

Men's national teams

CAF

AFC

CONCACAF

FIFA

Club football

Region Tournament Champion Title Last Honor
AFC (Asia) 2009 AFC Champions League South Korea Pohang Steelers 3rd 1997-98
2009 AFC Cup Kuwait Al Kuwait 1st N/A
2009 AFC President's Cup Tajikistan Regar-TadAZ 4th 2008
CAF (Africa) 2009 CAF Champions League Democratic Republic of the Congo TP Mazembe 3rd 1968
2009 CAF Confederation Cup Mali Stade Malien 1st N/A
2009 CAF Super Cup Egypt Al Ahly 4th 2007
CONCACAF
(North and Central America, Caribbean)
2008–09 CONCACAF Champions League Mexico Atlante 2nd 1983
2009 North American SuperLiga Mexico Tigres UANL 1st N/A
2009 CFU Club Championship Trinidad and Tobago W Connection 4th 2006
CONMEBOL (South America) 2009 Copa Libertadores Argentina Estudiantes 3rd 1970
2009 Copa Sudamericana Ecuador LDU Quito 1st N/A
2009 Recopa Sudamericana Ecuador LDU Quito 1st N/A
OFC (Oceania) 2008–09 OFC Champions League New Zealand Auckland City 3rd 2006
UEFA (Europe) 2008–09 UEFA Champions League Spain Barcelona 3rd 2005–06
2008–09 UEFA Cup Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk 1st N/A
2009 UEFA Super Cup Spain Barcelona 1st N/A
FIFA (Worldwide) 2009 FIFA Club World Cup Spain Barcelona 1st N/A

Women

Region Tournament Champion Title Last honor
CONMEBOL (South America) 2009 Copa Libertadores Femenina Brazil Santos FC (women) 1st N/A
UEFA (Europe) 2008–09 UEFA Women's Cup Germany FCR 2001 Duisburg 1st N/A

National champions

AFC

CAF

CONCACAF

Note: "(A)" means Apertura champion; "(C)" mean Clausura champion.
Note: "(P)" designates the MLS Cup playoffs champion; "(L)" designates the MLS Supporters' Shield winner.

CONMEBOL

Note: "(A)" means Apertura champion; "(C)" mean Clausura champion.

OFC

UEFA

Deaths

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

  • 1 September – Jock Buchanan (74), Scottish forward
  • 7 September - Norman Curtis, (84), English footballer
  • 9 September – Léon Glovacki (81), French striker and manager, participated in the 1954 FIFA World Cup
  • 11 September – Carlo De Bernardi (56), Italian midfielder
  • 11 September – Jean-François Prigent (65), French midfielder
  • 11 September – Henny van Schoonhoven (39), Dutch defender, cancer
  • 13 September – Paul Shirtliff (46), English defender
  • 19 September - Stevie Gray (42), English footballer
  • 19 September – Brian Filipi (20), Albanian midfielder, traffic accident
  • 20 September - Hernan Córdoba, (19) Columbian footballer
  • 20 September – Mario Beltrán (23), Colombian midfielder, traffic accident
  • 20 September – Hernan Córdoba (19), Colombian striker, traffic accident
  • 22 September – Marco Achilli (60), Italian midfielder
  • 23 September - Dennis Pacey, (80), English footballer
  • 24 September – Terry Bly (73), English striker and manager
  • 26 September – Geoff Barrowcliffe (77), English defender
  • 27 September – René Bliard (76), French striker
  • 27 September – Raúl Savoy (68), Argentine midfielder
  • 28 September – Horst Feilzer (52), German forward
  • 28 September - Best Ogedegbe, (55), Nigerian footballer
  • 30 September – Raúl Magaña (69), Salvadoran goalkeeper and manager

October

November

December

References