UEFA Super Cup

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UEFA Super Cup
Current logo of the UEFA Super CupTemplate: Infobox football competition / maintenance / logo format
Association UEFA
First edition 1973 (1972)
Teams 2
Title holder EnglandEngland Liverpool FC (4th title)
Record winner ItalyItaly AC Milan FC Barcelona (5 wins each)
Record player ItalyItaly Alessandro Costacurta Roberto Donadoni Arie Haan (8 games each)
Record scorer NetherlandsNetherlands Arie Haan (5 goals)
Website www.uefa.com

The UEFA Super Cup , also known as the European Supercup or UEFA Super Cup , has been a Supercup competition in football that has been held annually since 1972 . It has been organized by UEFA since 1973 . It will be decided in a game between the winner of the Champions League and the Europa League . The record winners of this competition are AC Milan and FC Barcelona , each with five titles.


UEFA Super Cup winner
0 1972 1 Ajax Amsterdam
1973 Ajax Amsterdam
0 1974 2 not carried out
1975 Dynamo Kiev
1976 RSC Anderlecht
1977 Liverpool FC
1978 RSC Anderlecht
1979 Nottingham Forest
1980 Valencia CF
0 1981 3 not carried out
1982 Aston Villa
1983 Aberdeen FC
1984 Juventus Turin
0 1985 4 not carried out
1986 Steaua Bucharest
1987 FC Porto
1988 KV Mechelen
1989 AC Milan
1990 AC Milan
1991 Manchester United
1992 FC Barcelona
1993 AC Parma
1994 AC Milan
1995 Ajax Amsterdam
1996 Juventus Turin
1997 FC Barcelona
1998 Chelsea FC
1999 Lazio Rome
2000 Galatasaray Istanbul
2001 Liverpool FC
2002 real Madrid
2003 AC Milan
2004 Valencia CF
2005 Liverpool FC
2006 Sevilla FC
2007 AC Milan
2008 Zenit St. Petersburg
2009 FC Barcelona
2010 Atlético Madrid
2011 FC Barcelona
2012 Atlético Madrid
2013 FC Bayern Munich
2014 real Madrid
2015 FC Barcelona
2016 real Madrid
2017 real Madrid
2018 Atlético Madrid
2019 Liverpool FC
1Unofficial event; The occasion was also the
centenary of the Glasgow Rangers.
21. FC Magdeburg, the European
Cup winners' Cup winners, was not allowed to participate by the DFV
3Both teams could not agree on a
4thEverton FC as the European
Cup Winners' Cup was suspended.

The main initiator of the competition was Anton Witkamp, ​​a reporter for the Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf . In a phase in which the Dutch football teams played a formative role in European club football (between 1969 and 1972, Dutch clubs made the final of the European Cup four times in a row ; three times they were victorious) he wanted to underpin the supremacy of Dutch football with an additional competition .

The winner of the European Cup Winners' Cup was seen as a suitable opponent for the winner of the 1972 national championship competition, Ajax Amsterdam . This competition was won by the Glasgow Rangers in 1972 . A request from Witkamp and Jaap van Praag (the then President of Ajax) was rejected by UEFA, as Glasgow was suspended from the European Cup for one year after rioting by its supporters. Therefore, the first edition of the competition was held by private agreements between the two clubs in January 1973 on the occasion of the centenary of the Rangers.

After that, UEFA took over hosting the competition, but recognized the first event (and Ajax's victory). Until 1997, with three exceptions, the competition was played back and forth. Until the European Cup Winners 'Cup was abolished in 1999, its winners competed in the UEFA Supercup against the representative of the European Cup Winners' Cup (renamed the UEFA Champions League in 1992). The winning team of the UEFA Cup (renamed the UEFA Europa League in 2009) has qualified for it since 2000.

From 1998 to 2012, the competition took place regularly in just one game at the Stade Louis II in Monaco in August before the start of the new European Cup season. Until then, the clubs were relatively independent in terms of scheduling and organization of the matches, but since then UEFA has been solely responsible for organization and marketing . The match day in Monaco has also been used by UEFA for several years to draw the group stages for the Champions League and Europa League in a media-effective setting. The Supercup has been held at different venues since 2013. The first venue was the Eden Aréna , the Slavia Prague stadium . In 2014 the Supercup took place at the Cardiff City Stadium in Cardiff , in 2015 in the Boris Paitschadze National Stadium in Tbilisi and in 2016 in the Lerkendal Stadium in Trondheim . In 2017 it was played in the Philip II Arena in Skopje .

So far there have been eight events with German participation, with FC Bayern Munich winning the title for the first time in 2013 . In 1974, two German clubs, FC Bayern Munich and 1. FC Magdeburg, faced each other, but the GDR representative Magdeburg was not allowed to participate by its own association (the DFV ).

So far, the Supercup has been won 25 times by the national champions or Champions League winners, 12 times by the cup winners and 8 times by the UEFA Cup and Europa League winners. So far, only Ajax Amsterdam, AC Milan and Real Madrid have managed to defend the title the following year.

In August 2019, the French woman Stéphanie Frappart was nominated for the first time by UEFA as a referee for an important competitive match in men's football; On August 14, 2019, she was in charge of the UEFA Supercup match between Champions League winners Liverpool FC and Europa League winners Chelsea FC in Istanbul .


after clubs
rank society title
01 AC Milan Logo.svg AC Milan 5
Fc barcelona.svg FC Barcelona 5
03 Liverpool FC.svg Liverpool FC 4th
Real Madrid Logo.svg real Madrid 4th
05 Coats of arms of None.svg Ajax Amsterdam 3
Atletico Madrid logo neu.png Atlético Madrid 3
07th Coats of arms of None.svg RSC Anderlecht 2
Juventus FC 2017 icon (black) .svg Juventus Turin 2
Valencia CF.svg Valencia CF 2
10 FC Aberdeen.svg Aberdeen FC 1
Aston Villa logo.svg Aston Villa 1
Logo FC Bayern Munich (2002-2017) .svg FC Bayern Munich 1
Chelsea crest.svg Chelsea FC 1
Dynamo Kyiv.svg Dynamo Kiev 1
Galatasaray SK.svg Galatasaray Istanbul 1
Lazio Rom.svg Lazio Rome 1
Manchester United FC.svg Manchester United 1
KV Mechelen.svg KV Mechelen 1
Logo Nottingham Forest.svg Nottingham Forest 1
FC Parma.svg AC Parma 1
FC Porto.svg FC Porto 1
Sevilla FC.svg Sevilla FC 1
Steaua bucurest.svg Steaua Bucharest 1
Zenit St. Petersburg.svg Zenit St. Petersburg 1
by country
rank country title
1 SpainSpain Spain 15th
2 ItalyItaly Italy 9
3 EnglandEngland England 8th
4th BelgiumBelgium Belgium 3
NetherlandsNetherlands Netherlands 3
6th Soviet Union 1955Soviet Union Soviet Union 1
ScotlandScotland Scotland 1
Romania 1965Romania Romania 1
PortugalPortugal Portugal 1
TurkeyTurkey Turkey 1
RussiaRussia Russia 1
GermanyGermany Germany 1
after qualifying competitions
rank competition Victories
1 UEFA Champions League (European Champion Clubs'
2 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 12
3 UEFA Europa League
(UEFA Cup)

Record player

Record goal scorers
rank player Gates
1 DutchDutch Arie Haan 05 1
2 Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Oleh Blochin 3
English peopleEnglish people David Fairclough 3
ColombiansColombians Falcao 3
English peopleEnglish people Terry McDermott 3
ArgentiniansArgentinians Lionel Messi 3
GermanGerman Gerd Müller 3
DutchDutch Rob Rensenbrink 3
BelgianBelgian François Van der Elst 3
19 players with two each and 107 players with one hit each
1Haan scored two of his five goals in the unofficial
first edition of the Supercup.
Record player
rank player Games
1 ItalianItalian Alessandro Costacurta 8th
ItalianItalian Roberto Donadoni 8th
DutchDutch Arie Haan 8th
4th ItalianItalian Paolo Maldini 7th
ItalianItalian Daniele Massaro 7th
ItalianItalian Mauro Tassotti 7th
7th ItalianItalian Franco Baresi 6th

Web links

Commons : UEFA Super Cup  - collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. UEFA Executive Committee selects venues for the 2013 club competition finals. In: uefa.com. UEFA , June 16, 2011, accessed August 13, 2013 .
  2. Female premiere in the UEFA Supercup , accessed on August 2, 2019