LEN Super Cup

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LEN Super Cup
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2018 LEN Super Cup
Sport Water polo
Founded 1976
President Gianni Lonzi
Country LEN members
Continent  Europe
Most recent
champion(s)
Hungary Szolnok (1st title)
Most titles Italy Pro Recco (6 titles)
Official website len.eu

The LEN Super Cup is an annual water polo match organized by LEN and contested by the reigning champions of the two main European club competitions, the LEN Champions League and the LEN Euro Cup.

From 1976 to 2002, the LEN Super Cup was contested between the winners of the European Champions Cup/LEN Champions League and the winners of the LEN Cup Winners' Cup. After the discontinuation of the LEN Cup Winners' Cup, it has been contested by the winners of the LEN Champions League and the winners of the LEN Cup, which was renamed the LEN Euro Cup in 2011.

Title holders[edit]

Finals[edit]

Winner of Euroleague/LEN Champions League
Winner of LEN Cup Winners' Cup
Winner of LEN Cup/Euro Cup
Year Host City Champion Runner-up 1st game 2nd game
1976
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Ljubljana Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mladost Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan 11–10 Not held
1977
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Ljubljana Soviet Union CSKA Moscow Soviet Union MGU 6–4 Not held
1978
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Ljubljana Hungary Ferencváros Italy Canottieri Napoli 6–4 Not held
1979
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Ljubljana Hungary Orvosegyetem Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Korčula 5–3 Not held
1980
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Ljubljana Hungary Ferencváros Hungary Vasas 7–6 Not held
1981
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Ljubljana Soviet Union CSKA Moscow Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jug Dubrovnik 14–11 Not held
1982
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Skopje Spain Barcelona Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia POŠK 12–11 Not held
1983
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Barcelona Soviet Union CSKA Moscow West Germany Spandau 04 11–6 Not held
1984
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Barcelona Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia POŠK Italy Pro Recco 12–11 Not held
1985
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Barcelona Hungary Vasas Soviet Union Dynamo Moscow 9–5 Not held
1986
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Zürich West Germany Spandau 04 Hungary Vasas 13–12 Not held
1987
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Zürich West Germany Spandau 04 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mornar 10–8 Not held
1988
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Zürich Italy Pescara Italy Posillipo 9–8 Not held
1989 Not held
1990
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Pescara & Zagreb Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mladost Italy Pescara 11–12 11–7
1991
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Belgrade & Zagreb Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan Croatia Mladost 8–7 11–10
1992
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Barcelona & Split Spain Catalunya Croatia Jadran Split 15–9 8–12
1993
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Split & Pescara Italy Pescara Croatia Jadran Split 12–12 7–5
1994
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Budapest & Pescara Hungary Újpest Italy Pescara 9–5 12–15
1995
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Budapest & Barcelona Spain Catalunya Hungary Vasas 6–8 12–9
1996
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Rome & Zagreb Croatia Mladost Italy Racing Roma 7–7 9–7
Not held between 1997–2001
2002
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Budapest Greece Olympiacos Hungary Vasas 6–5 Not held
2003
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Brescia Italy Pro Recco Italy Leonessa 6–5 Not held
2004
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Budapest Hungary Honvéd Spain Barcelona 10–9 Not held
2005
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Vicenza Italy Posillipo Italy Savona 11–9 Not held
2006
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Brescia Croatia Jug Dubrovnik Italy Leonessa 12–8 Not held
2007
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Kazan Italy Pro Recco Russia Sintez Kazan 11–9 Not held
2008
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Sori, Liguria Italy Pro Recco Russia Shturm Chekhov 13–8 Not held
2009
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Kotor Montenegro Primorac Kotor Hungary Szeged 8–6 Not held
2010
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Trieste Italy Pro Recco Montenegro Cattaro 13–4 Not held
2011
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Savona Serbia Partizan Italy Savona 11–6 Not held
2012
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Savona Italy Pro Recco Italy Savona 14–7 Not held
2013
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Bečej Serbia Crvena zvezda Serbia Radnički Kragujevac 9–8 Not held
2014
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Barcelona Spain Atlètic-Barceloneta Russia Spartak Volgograd 12–7 Not held
2015
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Sori, Liguria Italy Pro Recco Italy Posillipo 12–4 Not held
2016
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Dubrovnik Croatia Jug Dubrovnik Italy Brescia 10–4 Not held
2017
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Budapest Hungary Szolnok Hungary Ferencváros 6–6 (4–2 PSO) Not held

Titles by club[edit]

Rank Club Titles Runner-up Champion Years
1. Italy Pro Recco 6 1 2003, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2015
2. Croatia Mladost 3 1 1976, 1990, 1996
3. Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 3 1977, 1981, 1983
4. Italy Pescara 2 2 1988, 1993
5. Germany Spandau 04 2 1 1986, 1987
6. Serbia Partizan 2 1 1991, 2011
7. Croatia Jug 2 1 2006, 2016
8. Hungary Ferencváros 2 1 1978, 1980
9. Spain Catalunya 2 1992, 1995
10. Hungary Vasas 1 4 1985
11. Italy Posillipo 1 2 2005
12. Spain Barcelona 1 1 1982
13. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia POŠK 1 1 1984
14. Hungary Orvosegyetem 1 1979
15. Hungary Újpest 1 1994
16. Greece Olympiacos 1 2002
17. Hungary Honvéd 1 2004
18. Montenegro Primorac Kotor 1 2009
19. Serbia Crvena zvezda 1 2013
20. Spain Atlètic-Barceloneta 1 2014
21. Hungary Szolnok 1 2017
22. Italy Savona 3
23. Italy Brescia 3
24. Croatia Jadran Split 2
25. Soviet Union MGU 1
26. Italy Napoli 1
27. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Korčula 1
28. Soviet Union Dynamo Moscow 1
29. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mornar 1
30. Italy Racing Roma 1
31. Russia Sintez Kazan 1
32. Russia Shturm Chekhov 1
33. Hungary Szeged 1
34. Montenegro Cattaro 1
35. Serbia Radnički Kragujevac 1
36. Russia Spartak Volgograd 1

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