Spanish Super Cup winners list: Get to know all the winners by year

Spanish Super Cup winners list: Get to know all the winners by year

Kevin Omuya
updated at March 18, 2024 at 5:06 AM
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Playing the victor of the Copa del Rey against the champion of the Spanish League in the Spanish Super Cup is an essential tradition in Spanish football. An additional variation of this format is the four-team final, which can take place over one or two legs (home and away) and features the Cup winner and the La Liga runner-up. Let us take a closer look at the Spanish Super Cup winners list.

Super Cup winners, Barcelona and Real Madrid celebrates
Barcelona's players pose with the Supercup trophy in 2010(L), and Real Madrid's Joselu lifts the trophy as he celebrates with his teammates in 2024(R). Photo: Lluis Gene, Giuseppe Cacace/Getty Images
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On the field, the Spanish Super Cup witnessed some of the most memorable and intense contests in the history of Spanish football. Renown teams have risen to prominence, and worthy champions have been announced throughout the competition's history.

Spanish Super Cup winners list of all-time

Winners of the Spanish Super Cup have come from all walks of life. Naturally, FC Barcelona and Real Madrid have enormous dominance, as is typical in Spain. Based on the Sporting News, the Spanish Super Cup winners' list is below by year.



Year won



1983, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1996, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2016, 2018, 2022-23

Real Madrid


1988, 1989, 1990, 1993, 1997, 2001, 2003, 2008, 2012, 2017, 2019-20, 2021-22, 2023-24

Athletic Bilbao


1984, 2015, 2020-21

Deportivo La Coruna


1995, 2000, 2002

Atletico Madrid


1985, 2014













Real Sociedad



Atletico de Madrid holds the number three spot. On the other hand, Real Zaragoza, Valencia, Sevilla FC, Deportivo de La Coruña, Athletic de Bilbao, RCD Mallorca, and Real Sociedad are among the other teams that have won at least one trophy. Among the list, only two clubs have not been Spanish Super Cup winners Since 2000.

Top 5 best Spanish Super Cup winners

5. Atletico Madrid (2)

Atletico Madrid's Tiago Mendes celebrates after winning Super Cup in 2014
Atletico Madrid's Portuguese midfielder Tiago Mendes poses with the Super Cup trophy in Madrid on August 22, 2014. Photo: Gerard Julien
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Atletico Madrid boasts a two-time trophy winner on their roster. In 1985, Atletico became one of the most potent teams in Spain by winning their first championship. However, their most recent championship was in 2014, when they defeated their opponents 2-1 against past winners Real Madrid.

4. Deportivo La Coruña (3)

With three each, Athletic Bilbao and Deportivo La Coruna are tied for fourth place. La Corua first won the title in 1995, and they repeated the feat in 2000. 2002 was their most recent triumph. Following their win in 2002, they have won Spanish Super Cup Winners once since 2000.

3. Athletic Bilbao (3)

Athletic Bilbao's Iker Munian celebrates with Super Cup trophy in 2021
Athletic Bilbao's Spanish forward Iker Muniain celebrates with the trophy after winning the Spanish Super Cup final football match against FC Barcelona on January 17, 2021. Photo: Cristina Quicler
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Apart from Real Madrid and Barcelona, Athletic Club Bilbao is among the most successful Spanish teams. They have won more domestic titles than any other team. Previous winners like the Bilbao Club have won the Spanish Super Cup thrice. Despite Bilbao's two second-place finishes, the team never lost in the tournament until the semi-finals. Not to mention the 2020–2021/2021, 2015, and 1984 campaigns.

2. Real Madrid (13)

Real Madrid's Nacho holds the Super Cup trophy after winning in 2024
Nacho Fernandez of Real Madrid shows the Spanish Super Cup trophy after winning against UD Almeria at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu on January 21, 2024. Photo: Alvaro Medranda
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Real Madrid has the second-most victories in this trophy's history. With twelve trophies, they are one short of matching Barcelona's record of thirteen.

When Madrid initially competed in the Supercopa de Espana in 1988, they won all three years (1988–89, 1990). Success came pouring in for Los Blancos after that. Over the next decade, they garnered five awards. Still, from 1988 through 2019, they were champions on ten separate occasions.

1. Barcelona (14)

Former Barcelona's forward Lionel Messi celebrates holding the Super Cup in 2016
The FC Barcelona captain, Lionel Messi, lifts the Champions Cup after their Spanish Super Cup match vs Sevilla FC on August 17, 2016, in Barcelona, ​​Spain. Photo: Joan Cros Garcia
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Barcelona tops the Spanish Super Cup list of winners with fourteen. On top of that, save Real Madrid they have more domestic championships than any other team in Spain.

In 1983, Barcelona achieved its first championship. After Barca won a title in 1991, she continued dancing for another eight years. Along with its lone domestic Cup victory, Barcelona has placed second on eleven occasions and advanced to the semifinals on a single occasion. However, in 1983, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1996, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2016, 2018, and 2023, they were the ones who brought home the hardware.


Who has won the most Spanish Super Cup?

Every year, Spanish football clubs compete for the trophy. Barcelona holds the record for the most championships won by a team of fourteen in the competition.

Who is the top scorer in the Spanish Super Cup?

Compared to Raúl González Blanco, Leo Messi has a far higher number of goals. The talented Argentine scored fourteen goals in twenty outings as a member of FC Barcelona. Cristiano Ronaldo scored four goals in seven games, three less than Real Madrid's Raul and Karim Benzema, who scored seven goals.

How many Spanish Super Cups has Ronaldo won?

Real Madrid players celebrating their Super Cup victory in 2012
Cristiano Ronaldo (C)and teammate Pepe (L) of Real Madrid celebrate with the trophy after winning the Supercopa on August 29, 2012, in Madrid, Spain. Photo: Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno
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In team history, the Portuguese forward scored the most goals by a Real Madrid player. His prize tally as a player is incredible, with four Champions League wins, three Club World Cups and UEFA Super Cups each, two La Liga crowns, two Copas del Rey, and two Spanish Super Cups.

When was the Spanish Super Cup uncontested?

Since Real Madrid and Athletic Bilbao each won twice in 1984 and 1989, respectively, the trophy remained uncontested in those years. Teams were invited to the Supercopa if they finished second in the Copa del Rey the previous season and vice versa if they had won the league and trophy the year before. The practice persists to this day.

Why is the Spanish Super Cup played in Saudi Arabia?

The competition's concept, location, and timing have all changed significantly in recent years. A three-year, four-team Supercopa will be held in the Gulf state in January, the new mid-season month, per an agreement reached in 2019 between the Saudi Arabian government and the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF).

Final word

is a history of the successes and setbacks, victories and setbacks that have shaped Spanish football over the years. The Spanish Super Cup is still a celebration of the beautiful game and an exhibition of the timeless spirit of competitiveness; even as it changes, new players emerge, and long-standing favourites reinforce their domination.

The Spanish Super Cup winners list is a record of the triumphs and tragedies, the winners and losers, that have moulded Spanish football throughout the years. Even while it evolves, new players emerge, and established favourites solidify their dominance. The Spanish Super Cup remains a tribute to the beautiful game and demonstrates everlasting competitiveness.

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Kevin Omuya is a Content Writer with 4 years of experience who joined Sports Brief in 2022. In 2019 he held a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism & Digital Media from KCA University.