Publication date: 22 Dec 2022
About the Spanish Super Cup
The Supercopa de España is an annual Spanish mini-tournament where the champion team of Spain, the Cup (Copa del Rey) winner, the vice-champion and the Cup finalist compete against each other.
A similar women’s football event is called the Spanish Women’s Super Cup (Supercopa de España Femenina).
2022-23 Supercopa de España Femenina
This is the 39th sporting football event in Spain and the 4th in the format of the Final Four to be held in Saudi Arabia
from 11 to 15 January 2023.
- Real Madrid (Spanish champion 2021/2022);
- Barcelona (vice-champion of Spain 2021/2022);
- Real Betis (winner of the Copa del Rey 2021/2022);
- Valencia (Copa del Rey finalist 2021/2022).
According to the results of the draw, Real Madrid will face Valencia and Real Betis will play against Barcelona. The semi-finals are scheduled for 11-12 January 2023 at the King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia.
History of the Spanish Super Cup
The history of the Supercopa de España (at that time, the Copa del Generalísimo) began in 1941, when teams Atlético Madrid and Espanyol met. In 1945, the Cup was renamed the Argentina Gold Cup (Copa de Oro Argentina) and from 1947 to 1953, the Copa Eva Duarte.
From 1953 until 1982, the tournament was not held.
From the 2019-20 season onwards, the format of the tournament has changed to be a “Final Four” tournament.
Results of the previous Spanish Super Cups
|The year||Venue||Results/winning team|
|2021/2022||Riyadh (Saudi Arabia)||Real Madrid|
|2020/2021||Seville, Córdoba, Málaga (Spain)||Athletic Bilbao|
|2019/2020||Jeddah (Saudi Arabia)||Real Madrid|
2023-24 Spanish Football Super Cup
Dates and venues of the next Supercopa de España are still being finalized.
Keep an eye on the dates of men’s and women’s football tournaments and other events in our Sporting Events Calendar.
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