Moldovan Super Cup

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Moldovan Super Cup
Founded 2003
Region  Moldova
Number of teams 2
Current champions Sheriff Tiraspol (7th title)
Most successful club(s) Sheriff Tiraspol (7 titles)
Website FMF.md

Moldovan Super Cup (Romanian: Supercupa Moldovei) is the national football super cup competition in Moldova, officially having the winners of the previous season's Moldovan National Division and Moldovan Cup face-off against each other. In case when the national cup was won by a national champion, the game doesn't take place. Since the 2003 inception, this match was decided to take place annually. In 2006 and between 2008 and 2010, Sheriff Tiraspol have won both the cup and the league.

Historical overview[edit]

2003 Moldovan Super Cup

2004 Moldovan Super Cup

2005 Moldovan Super Cup

2006 Moldovan Super Cup No Competition. Sheriff Tiraspol won the Double.

2007 Moldovan Super Cup

2008 Moldovan Super Cup No Competition. Sheriff Tiraspol won the Double.

2009 Moldovan Super Cup No Competition. Sheriff Tiraspol won the Double.

2010 Moldovan Super Cup No Competition. Sheriff Tiraspol won the Double.

2011 Moldovan Super Cup

2012 Moldovan Super Cup

2013 Moldovan Super Cup

2014 Moldovan Super Cup

2015 Moldovan Super Cup

2016 Moldovan Super Cup

Performance by club[edit]

Club Winners Runners-up Winning Years
Sheriff Tiraspol 7 2 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2013, 2015, 2016
Zimbru Chişinău 1 3 2014
Milsami Orhei 1 1 2012
Dacia Chişinău 1 0 2011
Nistru Otaci 0 1 -
Iskra-Stal 0 1 -
FC Tiraspol 0 1 -
Zaria Bălți 0 1 -

All-time Top Scorers[edit]

After season 2015[citation needed]
Rank Player Goals
1 Brazil Leandro Farias 2
1 Ukraine Oleh Humenyuk 2
3 Panama Alberto Blanco 1
3 Moldova Alexandru Epureanu 1
3 Belarus Aliaksei Kuchuk 1
3 Brazil Thiago Constância 1
3 Russia Vasili Pavlov 1
3 Bulgaria Ismail Isa 1
3 Burkina Faso Wilfried Balima 1
3 Moldova Alexandru Sergiu Grosu 1
3 Moldova Radu Gînsari 1
3 Brazil Juninho Potiguar 1
3 Moldova Valerii Macriţchii 1
3 Brazil Cadú 1
3 Romania Cristian Bud 1

References[edit]