This page lists historical and other events on June 14th in Catalonia and the Catalan-speaking countries as well as festivals and a list of births and deaths of well-known Catalans.
1323 - Càller (Sardinia): Prince Alfons disembarks and the conquest of Sardinia.
1391 - València: The City Council bans ball games in the streets.
1925 - Barcelona: The crowd at the Camp de les Corts whistles and boos the Spanish National Anthem. The Spanish dictator Primo de Rivera closes the stadium and the club President Joan Gamper is forced to resign.
2014 - Barcelona: Som Escola organises a mobilisation in favour of Schooling in Catalan and the Right to Decide the Educational Model.
1811 - Reus, Baix Camp: Pere Mata i Fontanet, Catalan doctor.
1883 - Barcelona: Francesc de Paula Vallet i Arnau, priest, founder of the Cooperadors Parroquials de Crist Rei (m. 1947)
1909 - Ceret, Vallespir: Enric Guiter, North Catalan linguist.
1968 - Santiago de Chile: Josep Rosas i Vilaseca, Trades Unionist from Sabadell.