Sergio Busquets, collecting the distinction of runners-up of the Supercopa of Spain

AFTER THE TITLE OF THE ATHLETIC

With the Barça as the leader, like this remains the list of winners of the Supercopa of Spain

Published:19/01/2021 - 01:49h

Updated:19/01/2021 - 01:49h

Barcelona and Real Madrid add more than half of the trophies with 13 and 11, respectively. In two editions it didn't celebrate by problems with the calendar. Before 1995, the champion of League and Cup received the trophy automatically

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Concluded the last edition of the Supercopa of Spain, the FC Barcelona continues like the historical winning maximum of the trophy that contests from 1982, eight of them with Leo Messi in the team, the one who besides is the goleador historical of the competition.

In total, the Barcelona add 13 titles, gone on down the Real Madrid, with 11 trophies. The rest of the champions continues very far, headed by the flamante champion, the Athletic of Bilbao, with three, and the Sportive of The Coruña with the same quantity, being the only in winning all the editions that contested.

The competition had like precedent to the trophy Eva Duarte, that contested between 1947 and 1953. Later, by initiative of José Luis Núñez, for then president of the Barça, the Real Spanish Federation of Football gives start to the event that confronts every year to the champions of League and Glass, that kept until the last modification of the format that extended the participation to the runners-up of both tournaments.

In two occasions (1986-87 and 1987-88), the tournament did not carry out by difficulties with the calendar, whereas in other so many the trophy was awarded de facto to the Athletic in 1984-85 and to the Madrid in 1989-90, since until 1995 did not contest the tournament if a same team reached the two titles. From now on, in cases of doublet the runner-up of the Glass would assist in representation of the tournament. Since, the trophy has delivered in 37 occasions.

List of winners

  1. FC Barcelona, 13: 1983, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1996, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2016 and 2018
  2. Real Madrid, 11: 1988, 1989, 1990, 1993, 1997, 2001, 2003, 2008, 2012, 2017 and 2019-20
  3. Athletic Club, 3: 1984, 2015 and 2020-21
  4. Sportive of The Coruña, 3: 1995, 2000 and 2002
  5. Athletic of Madrid, 2: 1985 and 2014
  6. Valencia, 1: 1999
  7. Seville, 1: 2007
  8. Real Saragossa, 1: 2004
  9. Mallorca, 1: 1998
  10. Real Sociedad, 1: 1982

Champions and runners-up

  • 1982: Real Sociedad 4-1 Real Madrid
  • 1983: FC Barcelona 3-2 Athletic Club
  • 1984: Athletic Club (doublet)
  • 1985: Athletic of Madrid 3-2 FC Barcelona
  • 1988: Real Madrid 3-2 FC Barcelona
  • 1989: Real Madrid (doublet)
  • 1990: Real Madrid 5-1 FC Barcelona
  • 1991: FC Barcelona 2-1 Athletic of Madrid
  • 1992: FC Barcelona 5-2 Athletic of Madrid
  • 1993: Real Madrid 4-2 FC Barcelona
  • 1994: FC Barcelona 6-5 Real Saragossa
  • 1995: Sportive of The Coruña 5-1 Real Madrid
  • 1996: FC Barcelona 6-5 Athletic of Madrid
  • 1997: Real Madrid 5-3 FC Barcelona
  • 1998: Mallorca 3-1 FC Barcelona
  • 1999: Valencia 4-3 FC Barcelona
  • 2000: Sportive of The Coruña 2-0 Espanyol
  • 2001: Real Madrid 4-1 Real Saragossa
  • 2002: Sportive of The Coruña 4-0 Valency
  • 2003: Real Madrid 4-2 Mallorca
  • 2004: Real Saragossa 3-2 Valency
  • 2005: FC Barcelona 4-2 Real Betis
  • 2006: FC Barcelona 4-0 Espanyol
  • 2007: Seville 6-3 Real Madrid
  • 2008: Real Madrid 6-5 Valency
  • 2009: FC Barcelona 5-1 Athletic Club
  • 2010: FC Barcelona 5-3 Seville
  • 2011: FC Barcelona 5-4 Real Madrid
  • 2012: Real Madrid 4-4 (vis.) FC Barcelona
  • 2013: FC Barcelona 1-1 (vis.) Athletic of Madrid
  • 2014: Athletic of Madrid 2-1 Real Madrid
  • 2015: Athletic Club 5-1 FC Barcelona
  • 2016: FC Barcelona 5-0 Seville
  • 2017: Real Madrid 5-1 FC Barcelona
  • 2018: FC Barcelona 2-1 Seville
  • 2019-20: Real Madrid 0-0 (4-1 pen.) Athletic of Madrid
  • 2020-21: Athletic Club 3-2 FC Barcelona

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