|Number of teams||2|
|Current champions||Marathón (1st title)|
|Most successful club(s)||Olimpia (3)|
The Honduran Supercup is a Honduran football competition held yearly as a preseason match between the reigning champions of the Liga Nacional and the Honduran Cup. The competition started unofficially in 1997, but it was discontinued after just two seasons. In 2015, it was intended to be reactivated, however the match between F.C. Motagua and Club Deportivo Olimpia was scheduled but not played. One year later, a new Supercup edition was finally reestablished after 17 years of dormancy. The Honduran football authorities however, did not consider the competition official until 2017.
|1997||Olimpia||1–0||Platense||Estadio Francisco Morazán|
|1999||Motagua||1–0||Platense||Estadio Tiburcio Carías Andino|
|2015||Motagua v Olimpia (abandoned)||Estadio Juan Ramón Brevé Vargas|
|2016 I||Olimpia||3–3 (5–4 pen.)||Honduras Progreso||Estadio Humberto Micheletti|
|2016 II||Olimpia||3–0||Juticalpa||Estadio Juan Ramón Brevé Vargas|
|2017||Motagua||2–1||Marathón||Estadio Francisco Morazán|
|2019||Marathón||0–0 (4–2 pen.)||Platense||Estadio Carlos Miranda|
Titles by club
|1||Olimpia||3||0||1997, 2016, 2016|
In January 2015, the Honduran Secretary of State for Culture, Arts and Sports gathered with the Honduran League to discuss a possible reactivation of the competition in 2016. An official Super Cup has not been played since 1999.
In 2014 and 2016, there were three exhibition versions of the tournament re-branded as Supercopa Diez, sponsored by local daily sports newspaper Diario Deportivo Diez. These unofficial editions faced the champions of the Liga Nacional against the champions of the Liga de Ascenso.
|2014||Honduras Progreso||2–1||Real España|
|2016||Honduras Progreso||2–1||Social Sol|
- RSSSF.com – Honduras 1996/97 – 11 December 2009
- Tiempo.hn – ¡Motagua campeón de la Supercopa! – 2 August 2017
- LaPrensa.hn – Propondrán a Concacaf retomar la Recopa – 14 January 2015
- LaPrensa.hn – Olimpia, campeón de campeones de Honduras – 19 July 2014
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