1 Ugra Yugorsk (RUS) – victory on their debut
2 Inter FS (ESP) – hosts denied a fourth title
3 Benfica (POR) – A bronze medal to add to 2004 silver and 2010 gold
4 Pescara (ITA) – first team to reach last four from preliminary round
Finals: Andrei Afanasyev (Ugra Yugorsk) 4
Overall tournament: Eder Lima (Ugra Yugorsk) 13
• Ugra beat Inter 4-3 in pulsating final having come through semi against Benfica on penalties
• Ugra follow previous winning debutants Sinara Ekaterinburg (2008), Montesilvano (2011) and Barcelona (2012).
• Second title for Ugra's Robinho (after Action 21 Charleroi in 2005) as well as Afanasyev and Vladislav Shayakhmetov (Ekaterinburg in 2008)
• Ugra are the third Russian champions after Dynamo (2007) and Ekaterinburg (2008), all beating Spanish clubs.
• Juanjo was in goal for both Benfica's shoot-outs and the former Murcia goalkeeper has now been involved in five of the nine penalty competitions in tournament history.
• All four games at Palacio Multiusos Guadalajara were sold out as Inter equalled Dynamo's record of reaching six finals
• Pescara's nine wins in going from preliminary round to semi-finals a single-season is a record
• Full tournament stats
• Qualifying: Preliminary round, Main round, Elite round
SEMI-FINALS (22 April)
Ugra Yugorsk 4-4 Benfica (aet, 3-2 pens)
Man of the match: Andrei Afanasyev (Ugra)
Pescara 2-4 Inter
Man of the match: Cardinal (Inter)
THIRD-PLACE PLAY-OFF (24 April)
Benfica 2-2 Pescara (2-0 pens)
Man of the match: Juanjo (Benfica)
FINAL (24 April)
Ugra Yugorsk 4-3 Inter
Man of the match: Marcênio (Ugra)
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