Indian Super Cup

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Indian Super Cup
Founded 1997
Region  India
Number of teams 2
Current champions East Bengal
Most successful club(s) East Bengal
(3 titles)

The Indian Super Cup (or ONGC Super Cup for sponsorship reasons) is a one-off annual Indian club association football match contested between the I-League champions and the Federation Cup winners. If the I-League champions also won the Federation Cup then the league runners-up provide the opposition. The winners of the game receive the Shield as a trophy for the year, while players also receive individual winners medals. [1]

The current holders are Kingfisher East Bengal F.C., who defeated Salgaocar 9-8 on penalties in the 2011 Super Cup.

Winners[edit]

Previous Winners of Super Cup[edit]

year Venue Winner Runner Score
1997 Kolkata East Bengal JCT FC 0 - 0, 4 - 2 [pen]
1998 Kolkata Salgaocar Mohun Bagan 1 - 0
1999 New Delhi Salgaocar Mohun Bagan 1 - 0
2000 No tournament
2001 No tournament
2002 No tournament
2003 Kolkata Mahindra United East Bengal 1 - 1, 4 - 3 [pen]
2005 Calicut Sporting Goa Dempo 3 - 0
2006 Mumbai East Bengal Mahindra United 2 - 1
2007 Gurgaon Mohun Bagan Dempo 4 - 0
2008 Gurgaon Dempo East Bengal 1 - 0
2009 Gurgaon Mohun Bagan Dempo 2 - 1
2010 Gurgaon Dempo East Bengal 3 - 1
2011 New Delhi East Bengal Salgaocar 0 - 0, 9 - 8 [pen]
2012 Not held
2013 Not held

By number of wins[edit]

Team Wins Years
East Bengal 3 1997, 2006, 2011
Dempo 2 2008, 2010
Mohun Bagan 2 2007, 2009
Salgaocar 2 1998, 1999
Mahindra United * 1 2003

References[edit]