Supercopa MX

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Supercopa MX
Founded2014; 5 years ago (2014)
Number of teams2
Current championsNecaxa (1st title)
Most successful club(s)Guadalajara
(1 title each)
Television broadcastersTDN
2018 Supercopa MX

The Supercopa MX (English: Supercup MX) is a Mexican football championship contested by the winners of the Apertura and Clausura Copa MX.


In June 2013 Liga MX president Decio De María announced the winners of Apertura and Clausura Copa MX will face each other and the winner will qualify to the following year's Copa Libertadores as "Mexico 3".[1]

On June 20, 2014 it was announced the two teams would face each other in a two-legged home-and-away series called SuperCopa MX.[2]

The 2015 edition SuperCopa MX was a single match at a neutral venue, Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas, United States, making Mexico the fourth nation (after Italy, France and Turkey) and first North American nation to stage its Super Cup abroad.[3]

On May 20, 2019, it was announced that the Copa MX will be held once a year (July–April), thus, the Supercopa MX will disappear after the 2019 edition.[4]

Finals by year[edit]

Supercopa MX matches
Year Apertura Copa MX champion Scores Clausura Copa MX champion Venue(s)
2014 Morelia 4–1
UANL Estadio Morelos, Morelia
Estadio Universitario, San Nicolás de los Garza
2015 Morelia[Note1] 0–1 Puebla United States Toyota Stadium, Frisco
2016 Guadalajara 2–0 Veracruz United States Dignity Health Sports Park, Carson
2017 Querétaro 2–0 América[Note2]
2018 Monterrey 0–1 Necaxa
2019 Cruz Azul Necaxa[Note3]
  1. ^ Santos Laguna won the Apertura 2014 Copa MX. However, they also won the Clausura 2015 Liga MX, and thus qualified for the 2015 Campeón de Campeones. They were replaced by the Supercopa MX title holders, Morelia.
  2. ^ Guadalajara won the Clausura 2017 Copa MX. However, they also won the Clausura 2017 Liga MX, and thus qualified for the 2017 Campeón de Campeones. Since Guadalajara were also the Supercopa MX title holders, they were replaced by América, who were the team that accumulated the most aggregate points in Copa MX that was not already playing in either the Campeón de Campeones or Supercopa MX.
  3. ^ América won the Clausura 2019 Copa MX. However, they also won the Apertura 2018 Liga MX, and thus qualified for the 2019 Campeón de Campeones. They were replaced by the Supercopa MX title holders, Necaxa.

Titles by team[edit]

Team Champions Runners-up Years Won Years Lost
Morelia 1 1 2014 2015
Puebla 1 0 2015
Guadalajara 1 0 2016
Querétaro 1 0 2017
Necaxa 1 0 2018
UANL 0 1 2014
Veracruz 0 1 2016
América 0 1 2017
Monterrey 0 1 2018


  1. ^ "Copa MX dará un boleto para Libertadores". June 3, 2013. Retrieved July 7, 2014.
  2. ^ "Nace la SUPERCOPA MX". June 20, 2013. Archived from the original on July 14, 2014. Retrieved July 7, 2014.
  3. ^ "Campeón de Campeones y SuperCopaMX". Liga MX. 5 June 2015. Retrieved 5 June 2015.
  4. ^ "Copa MX tendrá nuevo formato para la siguiente temporada". ESPN Deportes. Retrieved May 21, 2019.

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