Super Cup (Bangladesh)

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Super Cup
GP Bangladesh Super Cup Logo.jpg
Founded 2009; 5 years ago (2009)
Region  Bangladesh
Number of teams 8
Current champions Mohammedan SC
(2nd title)
Most successful club(s) Mohammedan SC
(2 titles)
Television broadcasters Bangladesh Television
2013 Grameenphone Super Cup

Super Cup is the highest-budgeted football competition organized by the Bangladesh Football Federation and is one of the two club football season cups in Bangladesh, the other being Federation Cup. It started in 2009 . The tournament is currently sponsored by Grameenphone.


The competition kicked off for the first time on Wednesday, 11 March 2009 inaugurated by Citycell's Chief Executive Officer Michel Seamour and the Federation's president Kazi Salahuddin[1] in which Mohammedan SC became the first champion beating arch-rival Dhaka Abahani. The prize money for the tournament was $ 150,000 which is said to be a record in Asia. Mohammedan defeated the country's Premier League winners Abahani 1-0 in an exciting final attended by a crowd of 40,000 in the country's main international football venue Bangabandhu National Stadium.[2]

The second Super Cup was on 6 August 2011 at Bangabandhu National Stadium by 2010-2011 season champion Dhaka Abahani beating Mohammedan SC in a heated remeet.[3]

The third Super Cup was held on June 2013 in which Mohammedan SC became champion for the second time by beating 2012–13 Bangladesh Football Premier League champion Sheikh Russel KC.[4]


Statistics by club[edit]

Team Winner Runners-up Years won Years runners-up
Mohammedan SC 2 1 2009, 2013 2011
Dhaka Abahani 1 1 2011 2009
Sheikh Russel KC 0 1 2013


See also[edit]