|Region|| Spain and
|Number of teams||2|
|Last champions||Vitória de Setúbal|
The Iberian Cup, also called Iberian Supercup, was a football international competition between clubs from Portugal and Spain, disputed by two teams (one Portuguese and one Spanish) that were champions in a major competition, very much alike a Supercup, to find out which was the best team from Iberian Peninsula. So far, the Iberian Cup was only played in 5 occasions.
The first Iberian Cup was played on 7 July 1935. Porto and Real Betis were both league champions, and played a single match which Porto won. The first edition of the Cup was not officially recognized by both federations.
The second Iberian Cup happened forty eight years after the first edition, and was played throughout two matches. This time it was also between the Portuguese and Spanish league champions Benfica and Athletic Bilbao. It was the first edition that was officially recognized by both federations, and the FPF even provided the trophy for the competition.
Finally in 2005, the champions from both national cups faced each other, Vitória de Setúbal and Real Betis. This time the teams asked both national football federations to approve another edition of the Iberian Cup, which gave the competition one more time an official character.
|Edition||year||Champion||Competition *||Result||Runner-up||Competition *|
|Iberian Cup I||1935||Porto||Primeira Liga||4–2||Real Betis||La Liga|
|Iberian Cup II||1983||Benfica||Primeira Liga||1–2 / 3–1||Athletic Bilbao||La Liga|
|Iberian Cup III||1991||Atlético de Madrid||Copa del Rey||1–1 / 3–2||Benfica||Primeira Liga|
|Peninsular Cup||2000||Sporting CP||Primeira Liga||2–1||Real Madrid||Champions League|
|Iberian Supercup||2005||Vitória de Setúbal||Taça de Portugal||2–1||Real Betis||Copa del Rey|
- * The competitions from which they were champions at the time.
|Benfica||1 (1983)||1 (1991)|
|Atlético de Madrid||1 (1991)|
|Sporting CP||1 (2000)|
|Vitória de Setúbal||1 (2005)|
|Real Betis||2 (1935, 2005)|
|Athletic Bilbao||1 (1983)|
|Real Madrid||1 (2000)|