UEFA Super Cup records and statistics

Most wins, appearances, fastest goals and why being European champions does not make you favourites.

Dani Alves celebrates his fourth UEFA Super Cup win with Sevilla and Barcelona
Dani Alves celebrates his fourth UEFA Super Cup win with Sevilla and Barcelona AFP via Getty Images

European champions v …

  • The European Cup/UEFA Champions League holders have won 25 of the 45 editions.
  • The UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League winners have won eight of the 21 editions since the end of the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: since Zenit in 2008, the only club to do so are Atlético de Madrid in 2010, 2012 and 2018.

By club

Most wins
5 AC Milan, Barcelona
4 Real Madrid, Liverpool
3
Atlético de Madrid
2 Ajax, Anderlecht, Bayern, Juventus, Valencia

Most participations
9 Barcelona
7 AC Milan, Real Madrid
6 Liverpool, Sevilla
5 Bayern
4 Chelsea, Manchester United, Porto
3 Ajax, Atlético de Madrid

Highlights: Atlético's 2018 Super Cup triumph
Highlights: Atlético's 2018 Super Cup triumph

By player

Most wins
4= Dani Alves (Sevilla 2006, Barcelona 2009, 2011, 2015)
4= Paolo Maldini (AC Milan 1989, 1990, 1994, 2003)

Appearances (editions)
5
Dani Alves (Sevilla 2006, 2007, Barcelona 2009, 2011, 2015), Paolo Maldini (AC Milan 1989, 1990, 1993, 1994, 2003)
4
Karim Benzema (Real Madrid), Dani Carvajal (Real Madrid), Alessandro Costacurta (AC Milan), Roberto Donadoni (AC Milan), Isco (Real Madrid), Toni Kroos (Bayern München, Real Madrid), Pedro Rodríguez (Barcelona/Chelsea), Marcelo (Real Madrid), Daniele Massaro (AC Milan), Lionel Messi (Barcelona), Luka Modrić (Real Madrid), Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid), Mauro Tassotti (AC Milan)

Appearances (matches**)
8
Alessandro Costacurta (AC Milan), Roberto Donadoni (AC Milan)
7 Paolo Maldini (AC Milan), Daniele Massaro (AC Milan), Mauro Tassotti (AC Milan)
6 Franco Baresi (AC Milan), Arie Haan (Ajax, Anderlecht)
5 Dani Alves (Sevilla, Barcelona), Marcel Desailly (AC Milan, Chelsea), Albert Ferrer (Barcelona, Chelsea), Ronald Koeman (PSV Eindhoven, Barcelona), Attilio Lombardo (Sampdoria, Juventus, Lazio), Phil Neal (Liverpool)

Most goals
3 Oleh Blokhin (Dynamo Kyiv), David Fairclough (Liverpool), Radamel Falcao (Atlético de Madrid), Arie Haan (Ajax, Anderlecht), Terry McDermott (Liverpool), Lionel Messi (Barcelona), Gerd Müller (Bayern München), Rob Rensenbrink (Anderlecht), François Van der Elst (Anderlecht)

2019 highlights: Liverpool 2-2 Chelsea (5-4 pens)
2019 highlights: Liverpool 2-2 Chelsea (5-4 pens)

Coaches

Most wins
3= Carlo Ancelotti (AC Milan 2003, 2007, Real Madrid 2014)
3= Josep Guardiola (Barcelona 2009, 2011, Bayern München 2013)

Winning as coach and player
Carlo Ancelotti (1990; 2003, 2007, 2014)
Josep Guardiola (1992; 2009, 2011, 2013)
Diego Simeone (1999; 2012; 2018)
Luis Enrique (1997; 2015)
Zinédine Zidane (1996, 2002; 2016, 2017)

By nation

Most wins
15
Spain (Barcelona 5, Real Madrid 4, Atlético de Madrid 3, Valencia 2, Sevilla 1)
9 Italy (AC Milan 5, Juventus 2, Lazio 1, Parma 1)
8 England (Liverpool 4, Aston Villa 1, Chelsea 1, Manchester United 1, Nottingham Forest 1)

Milan lift the trophy in 2007
Milan lift the trophy in 2007©Bongarts

Most participations
28 Spain (Barcelona 9, Real Madrid 7, Sevilla 6, Atlético de Madrid 3, Valencia 2, Real Zaragoza 1)
18 England (Liverpool 6, Manchester United 4, Chelsea 4, Nottingham Forest 2, Arsenal 1, Aston Villa 1)
13 Italy (AC Milan 7, Juventus 2, Internazionale Milano 1, Parma 1, Lazio 1, Sampdoria 1)

Miscellaneous

Highest-scoring final*: 2015, Barcelona 5-4 Sevilla
Biggest winning margin*: 2006, Sevilla 3-0 Barcelona, 2012, Atlético de Madrid 4-1 Chelsea
Extra time: 11 UEFA Super Cups have gone to extra time, most recently 2020
Penalty shoot-outs: 2013 Bayern 5-4 Chelsea (2-2 after extra time), 2019 Liverpool 5-4 Chelsea (2-2 after extra time)

2015 Super Cup highlights: Barcelona 5-4 Sevilla
2015 Super Cup highlights: Barcelona 5-4 Sevilla

Fastest goal: 50 seconds Diego Costa (2018, Atlético de Madrid vs Real Madrid)
Hat-tricks: 2 Radamel Falcao (2012, Atlético de Madrid vs Chelsea), Terry McDermott (1977, Liverpool vs Hamburg, second leg)
Own goal: Patrick Paauwe scored the only UEFA Super Cup own goal to date (2002, Feyenoord vs Real Madrid)
Red cards: Five players have been sent off in UEFA Super Cup games (all ended up on losing side) – Paul Scholes (2008, Manchester United), Rolando and Fredy Guarín (both 2011, Porto), Ramires (2013, Chelsea), Thimothée Kolodziejczak (Sevilla, 2016)

* One-legged editions only
** The UEFA Super Cup was in principle contested over two legs from 1973 until 1997. The 1972 edition between Ajax and Rangers (played in January 1973) was not official.