Algerian Super Cup

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Algerian Super Cup
كأس الجزائر الممتازة
Founded 1981
Region Algeria Algeria
Current champions MC Alger (2014)
Most successful club(s) MC Alger
(3 titles)

The Algerian Super Cup is a Algerian football competition, held as a game between the reigning champions of the Algerian League and the Algerian Cup. The first edition was held in 1981 and then again in 1991, 1994 and 1995 before being scrapped. The game returned in 2006, being sponsored by Ring (owned by Nokia). However, the competition would be scrapped again after the 2007 edition, before returning again 2013.

The current holders are MC Alger, who beat USM Alger in the 2014 final. MC Alger is also the most successful club in the competition, having won the trophy three times.

Winners[edit]

Results:[1]

Year Winners Score Runners-up Venue
1991 RC Kouba 3 – 1 USM Alger Stade 20 Août, Algiers
1992 JS Kabylie 2 – 2
(pen: 4–2)
MC Oran Stade 5 Juillet, Algiers
1994 US Chaouia 1 – 0 JS Kabylie Stade 5 Juillet, Algiers
1995 CR Belouizdad 1 – 0 JS Kabylie Stade 5 Juillet, Algiers
2006 MC Alger 2 – 1 JS Kabylie Stade 5 Juillet, Algiers
2007 MC Alger 4 – 0 ES Sétif Stade 5 Juillet, Algiers
2013[a] USM Alger 2 – 0 ES Sétif Stade Mustapha Tchaker, Blida
2014 MC Alger 1 – 0 USM Alger Stade Mustapha Tchaker, Blida

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Played in 2014

Results by club[edit]

Club Won Runner-up Years won Years runner-up
MC Alger 3 0 2006, 2007, 2014 &
JS Kabylie 1 3 1992 1994, 1995, 2006
USM Alger 1 2 2013 1991, 2014
CR Belouizdad 1 0 1995 &
RC Kouba 1 0 1991 &
US Chaouia 1 0 1994 &
ES Sétif 0 2 &
2007, 2013
MC Oran 0 1 &
1992

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