Supercopa de España

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Supercopa de España
Supercopa de España logo since 2012.png
Founded 1982
Region  Spain
Number of teams 2
Current champions Barcelona (11th title)
Most successful club(s) Barcelona (11 titles)
Television broadcasters La 1 and TV3
2013 Supercopa de España

The Supercopa de España (English: Supercup of Spain) is a Spanish football championship contested by the winners of La Liga and the Copa del Rey.

History[edit]

The current competition has only existed since 1982, but between 1940 and 1953, several other tournaments between the Spanish league champions and the cup winners (then Copa del Generalísimo) were played.[1]

In 1940, it had the name of Copa de Campeones.

It was not played again until 1945, when the Ambassador of Argentina, due to the good relations with the Spanish military government, offered a trophy called Copa de Oro Argentina.

In 1947, the Copa Eva Duarte de Perón was established as an annual tournament, as a tribute to the President of Argentina and his wife, the popular Evita. They were played between September and December, usually as one-match finals.

Predecessors of Supercopa[edit]

Year Champion Winner of Runner-up Winner of Score Trophy name
1940 Atlético Madrid 1939–40 La Liga RCD Español 1940 Copa del Generalísimo 3–3, 7–1 Copa de Campeones de España
1945 Barcelona 1944–45 La Liga Athletic Bilbao 1944–45 Copa del Generalísimo 5–4 Copa de oro "Argentina"
1941–1947 Atlético Madrid 1940–41 La Liga Valencia 1941 Copa del Generalísimo 4–0 Copa Presidente FEF

Copa Eva Duarte[edit]

Year Champion Winner of Runner-up Winner of Score
1947 Real Madrid 1947 Copa del Generalísimo Valencia 1946–47 La Liga 3–1
1948 Barcelona 1947–48 La Liga Sevilla 1947–48 Copa del Generalísimo 1–0
1949 Valencia 1948–49 Copa del Generalísimo Barcelona 1948–49 La Liga 7–4
1950 Athletic Bilbao 1949–50 Copa del Generalísimo Atlético Madrid 1949–50 La Liga 5–5, 2–0
1951 Atlético Madrid 1950–51 La Liga Barcelona 1951 Copa del Generalísimo 2–0
1952 Barcelona 1951–52 Liga & Copa Awarded automatically for winning the Double.
1953 Barcelona 1952–53 Liga & Copa Awarded automatically for winning the Double.

Finals by year[edit]

Except for the 1983, 1988 and 1992 tournaments, the first leg match was played always at the Cup winner's stadium.

Year Champion Winner of Runner-up Winner of Score
1982 Real Sociedad 1981–82 La Liga Real Madrid 1981–82 Copa del Rey 0–1, 4–0
1983 Barcelona 1982–83 Copa del Rey Athletic Bilbao 1982–83 La Liga 3–1, 0–1
1984 Athletic Bilbao 1983–84 Liga & Copa Awarded automatically for winning the Double.
1985 Atlético Madrid 1984–85 Copa del Rey Barcelona 1984–85 La Liga 3–1, 0–1
1986 Real Madrid and Zaragoza did not play.
1987 Real Madrid and Real Sociedad did not play.
1988 Real Madrid 1987–88 La Liga Barcelona 1987–88 Copa del Rey 2–0, 1–2
1989 Real Madrid 1988–89 Liga & Copa Awarded automatically for winning the Double.
1990 Real Madrid 1989–90 La Liga Barcelona 1989–90 Copa del Rey 1–0, 4–1
1991 Barcelona 1990–91 La Liga Atlético Madrid 1990–91 Copa del Rey 1–0, 1–1
1992 Barcelona 1991–92 La Liga Atlético Madrid 1991–92 Copa del Rey 3–1, 2–1
1993 Real Madrid 1992–93 Copa del Rey Barcelona 1992–93 La Liga 3–1, 1–1
1994 Barcelona 1993–94 La Liga Zaragoza 1993–94 Copa del Rey 2–0, 4–5
1995 Deportivo La Coruña 1994–95 Copa del Rey Real Madrid 1994–95 La Liga 3–0, 2–1
1996 Barcelona 1995–96 Copa runner-up Atlético Madrid 1995–96 Liga & Copa 5–2, 1–3
1997 Real Madrid 1996–97 La Liga Barcelona 1996–97 Copa del Rey 1–2, 4–1
1998 Mallorca 1997–98 Copa runner-up Barcelona 1997–98 Liga & Copa 2–1, 1–0
1999 Valencia 1998–99 Copa del Rey Barcelona 1998–99 La Liga 1–0, 3–3
2000 Deportivo La Coruña 1999–2000 La Liga Espanyol 1999–2000 Copa del Rey 0–0, 2–0
2001 Real Madrid 2000–01 La Liga Zaragoza 2000–01 Copa del Rey 1–1, 3–0
2002 Deportivo La Coruña 2001–02 Copa del Rey Valencia 2001–02 La Liga 3–0, 1–0
2003 Real Madrid 2002–03 La Liga Mallorca 2002–03 Copa del Rey 1–2, 3–0
2004 Zaragoza 2003–04 Copa del Rey Valencia 2003–04 La Liga 0–1, 3–1
2005 Barcelona 2004–05 La Liga Betis 2004–05 Copa del Rey 3–0, 1–2
2006 Barcelona 2005–06 La Liga Espanyol 2005–06 Copa del Rey 1–0, 3–0
2007 Sevilla 2006–07 Copa del Rey Real Madrid 2006–07 La Liga 1–0, 5–3
2008 Real Madrid 2007–08 La Liga Valencia 2007–08 Copa del Rey 2–3, 4–2
2009 Barcelona 2008–09 Liga & Copa Athletic Bilbao 2008–09 Copa runner-up 2–1, 3–0
2010 Barcelona 2009–10 La Liga Sevilla 2009–10 Copa del Rey 1–3, 4–0
2011 Barcelona 2010–11 La Liga Real Madrid 2010–11 Copa del Rey 2–2, 3–2
2012 Real Madrid 2011–12 La Liga Barcelona 2011–12 Copa del Rey 2–3, 2–1
2013 Barcelona 2012–13 La Liga Atlético Madrid 2012–13 Copa del Rey 1–1, 0–0

Titles by team in Supercopa[edit]

Team Champion Runner-up Years Won Years Lost
Barcelona 11 8 1983, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1996, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013 1985, 1988, 1990, 1993, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2012
Real Madrid 9 4 1988, 1989, 1990, 1993, 1997, 2001, 2003, 2008, 2012 1982, 1995, 2007, 2011
Deportivo La Coruña 3 1995, 2000, 2002
Atlético Madrid 1 4 1985 1991, 1992, 1996, 2013
Valencia 1 3 1999 2002, 2004, 2008
Athletic Bilbao 1 2 1984 1983, 2009
Zaragoza 1 2 2004 1994, 2001
Mallorca 1 1 1998 2003
Sevilla 1 1 2007 2010
Real Sociedad 1 1982
Espanyol 2 2000, 2006
Betis 1 2005

Titles by team in predecessors of Supercopa[edit]

Team Champion Runner-Up Years Won Years Lost
Barcelona 4 2 1945, 1948, 1952, 1953 1949, 1951
Atlético Madrid 3 1 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1951 1950
Valencia 1 2 1949 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1947
Athletic Bilbao 1 1 1950 1945
Real Madrid 1 1947
Espanyol 1 1940
Sevilla 1 1948

Total titles by team (including predecessors)[edit]

Team Total Titles Supercopa de España Predecessors of Supercopa
Barcelona 15 11 4
Real Madrid 10 9 1
Atlético Madrid 4 1 3
Deportivo La Coruña 3 3
Athletic Bilbao 2 1 1
Valencia 2 1 1
Real Sociedad 1 1
Mallorca 1 1
Zaragoza 1 1
Sevilla 1 1

Top goalscorers[edit]

Players in bold are still active.

Rank Player Clubs Goals
1 Argentina Lionel Messi Barcelona 10
2 Spain Raúl Real Madrid 7
3 Spain Txiki Begiristain Barcelona, Deportivo La Coruña 6
Bulgaria Hristo Stoichkov Barcelona 6
5 Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid 5

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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