|Host country||Papua New Guinea|
|Teams||4 (from 1 confederation)|
|Venue(s)||1 (in 1 host city)|
|Runners-up||Papua New Guinea|
|Third place||Cook Islands|
|Goals scored||40 (6.67 per match)|
|Top scorer(s)|| Amber Hearn|
|Best player(s)||Rosie White|
|Best goalkeeper||Fidelma Watpore|
|Fair play award||Tonga|
The 2014 OFC Women's Nations Cup (also known as the 2014 OFC Women's Championship) was the 10th edition of the OFC Women's Nations Cup, and took place in Papua New Guinea from 25-29 October 2014. The football tournament was organised by the Oceania Football Confederation. It was the tenth edition of the tournament.
Papua New Guinea and New Zealand had submitted a bid for the tournament. Papua New Guinea was chosen at the OFC Executive Committee on 29 March 2014. Papua New Guinea had hosted the 2007 edition previously.
All eleven OFC members were eligible to participate but only four entered teams.
|Cook Islands||3rd||2010||3rd (2010)|
|New Zealand||10th||2010||Winners (1983, 1991, 2007, 2010)|
|Papua New Guinea||8th||2010||Runners-up (2007, 2010)|
All times are local (UTC+10:00).
|1||New Zealand||3||3||0||0||30||0||+30||9||2015 FIFA Women's World Cup|
|2||Papua New Guinea (H)||3||2||0||1||7||4||+3||6|
|Cleverley 1, 18
Gregorius 8 (pen.), 50, 70
Collins 20, 69, 76
White 26, 29
Longo 67, 77
Hearn 86, 90+7
|Cook Islands||0-11||New Zealand|
|Report||Collins 12, 20
Hearn 19, 47, 56, 86
The following awards were given at the conclusion of the tournament.
|Golden Ball||Rosie White|
|Golden Boot||Amber Hearn|
|Golden Gloves||Fidelma Watpore|
|Fair Play Award||Tonga|
New Zealand's Amber Hearn won the top scorer award for the second tournament in a row.