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Supercoppa Italiana

Supercoppa Italiana
Supercoppa Italiana logo.png
New logo from 2019 edition
Organising bodyLega Serie A
Founded1988; 32 years ago (1988)
RegionItaly
Number of teams2
Current championsLazio (5th title)
Most successful club(s)Juventus (8 titles)
Television broadcastersRAI
List of international broadcasters
Websitelegaseriea.it/it/supercoppa
2020 Supercoppa Italiana

The Supercoppa Italiana (English: Italian Super Cup) is an annual football competition usually held the week before the season begins in Italy, or more recently in other countries during the winter. It is contested by the winners of the Serie A and the Coppa Italia in the previous season, as a curtain-raiser to the new season. If the same team wins both the Serie A and Coppa Italia titles in the previous season, the Supercoppa is contested by the Serie A winner and the Coppa Italia runner-up, in essence becoming a rematch of the previous year's Coppa Italia final.

History

Inaugurated in 1988, 18 of the first 21 Supercoppa Italiana contested were played at the home of the Serie A champions, the exceptions being in 1993 and 2003, when it was held in the United States cities of Washington, D.C., and East Rutherford, New Jersey, and in 2002 when the game was played in the Libyan capital Tripoli. Since 2009, the venues chosen have mostly been outside of Italy.

Of the 32 finals played to date, the venues have been as follows:

  • 19 times at the home of the Serie A champion
  • 4 times in China
  • twice in the United States
  • twice in Doha, Qatar
  • twice at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome acting as a "neutral venue" (where it was not the home ground of the Serie A champion).
  • twice in Saudi Arabia
  • once in Tripoli, Libya
  • once at the Mapei Stadium - Città del Tricolore in Reggio Emilia acting as a "neutral venue" (where it was not the home ground of the Serie A champion).

Since the game was first established, the Serie A scudetto and Coppa Italia have been won by the same team eight times, thus making the Coppa Italia runner-up the second participant in the subsequent Supercoppa. This occurred in the following years: 1995, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 (Juventus), 2000 (Lazio), 2006 and 2010 (Internazionale).

Juventus holds the record for winning the cup a record eight times. The most frequent Supercoppa match-up has been Juventus against Lazio, occurring five times.

On 23 December 2016, Milan became the first Coppa Italia runner-up to win Supercoppa Italiana after defeating Juventus on penalties.[1]

In 2018, the Serie A entered into a contract with the General Sports Authority, under which Saudi Arabia will host three out of the next five Supercoppa events.[2]

Winners

Year Serie A champion Result Coppa Italia representative Scorers[a] Stadium Attendance
1988 Milan 3-1 Sampdoria Rijkaard, Van Basten, Mannari; Vialli Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan 19,412
1989 Internazionale 2-0 Sampdoria Cucchi, Serena Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan 7,221
1990 Napoli 5-1 Juventus Careca (2), Silenzi (2), Crippa; Baggio Stadio San Paolo, Naples 62,404
1991 Sampdoria 1-0 Roma Mancini Stadio Luigi Ferraris, Genoa 21,120
1992 Milan 2-1 Parma Van Basten, Massaro; Melli Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan 30,102
1993 Milan 1-0 Torino Simone Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium, Washington, D.C., United States 25,268
1994 Milan 1-1 (a.e.t.) (4-3 p) Sampdoria Gullit; Mihajlovi? Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan 26,767
1995 Juventus 1-0 Parma[b] Vialli Stadio delle Alpi, Turin 5,289
1996 Milan 1-2 Fiorentina Savi?evi?; Batistuta (2) Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan 29,582
1997 Juventus 3-0 Vicenza Inzaghi (2), Conte Stadio delle Alpi, Turin 16,157
1998 Juventus 1-2 Lazio Del Piero; Nedv?d, Conceição Stadio delle Alpi, Turin 16,500
1999 Milan 1-2 Parma Guglielminpietro; Crespo, Boghossian Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan 25,001
2000 Lazio 4-3 Internazionale[b] López (2), Mihajlovi?, Stankovi?; Keane, Farinós, Vampeta Stadio Olimpico, Rome 61,446
2001 Roma 3-0 Fiorentina Candela, Montella, Totti Stadio Olimpico, Rome 61,050
2002 Juventus 2-1 Parma Del Piero (2); Di Vaio 11 June Stadium, Tripoli, Libya 40,000
2003 Juventus 1-1 (a.e.t.) (5-3 p) Milan Trezeguet; Pirlo Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey, United States 54,128
2004 Milan 3-0 Lazio Shevchenko (3) Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan 33,274
2005 Juventus[3] 0-1 (a.e.t.) Internazionale Verón Stadio delle Alpi, Turin 35,246
2006 Internazionale[4] 4-3 (a.e.t.) Roma[b] Vieira (2), Crespo, Figo; Mancini, Aquilani (2) Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan 45,528
2007 Internazionale 0-1 Roma De Rossi (pen.) Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan 34,898
2008 Internazionale 2-2 (a.e.t.) (6-5 p) Roma Muntari, Balotelli;De Rossi, Vu?ini? Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan 43,400
2009 Internazionale 1-2 Lazio Eto'o; Matuzalém, Rocchi Beijing National Stadium, Beijing, China 68,961
2010 Internazionale 3-1 Roma[b] Pandev, Eto'o (2); Riise Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan 65,860
2011 Milan 2-1 Internazionale Ibrahimovi?, Boateng; Sneijder Beijing National Stadium, Beijing, China 66,161
2012 Juventus 4-2 (a.e.t.) Napoli Asamoah, Vidal, Maggio (o.g.), Vu?ini?; Cavani, Pandev Beijing National Stadium, Beijing, China 75,000
2013 Juventus 4-0 Lazio Pogba, Chiellini, Lichtsteiner, Tevez Stadio Olimpico, Rome 57,000
2014 Juventus 2-2 (a.e.t.) (5-6 p) Napoli Tevez (2); Higuaín (2) Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium, Doha, Qatar 14,000
2015 Juventus 2-0 Lazio[b] Mand?uki?, Dybala Shanghai Stadium, Shanghai, China 20,000
2016 Juventus 1-1 (a.e.t.) (3-4 p) Milan[b] Chiellini; Bonaventura Jassim bin Hamad Stadium, Doha, Qatar 11,356
2017 Juventus 2-3 Lazio[b] Dybala (2); Immobile (2), Murgia Stadio Olimpico, Rome 52,000
2018 Juventus 1-0 Milan[b] Ronaldo King Abdullah Sports City, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia 61,235
2019 Juventus 1-3 Lazio Dybala; Luis Alberto, Luli?, Cataldi King Saud University Stadium, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 23,361
2020 Juventus Napoli Mapei Stadium - Città del Tricolore, Reggio Emilia
  1. ^ Serie A winner's scorers listed first.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h Finished as Coppa Italia runners-up.

Performance by club

The Supercoppa Italiana won by Milan in 2016.

Performance by representative

Winners Runners-up
Serie A champions
22
10
Coppa Italia champions
8
16
Coppa Italia runners-up
2
6

All-time top goalscorers

As of 22 December 2019[5][6]

References

  1. ^ "Milan win Supercoppa Italiana in shootout triumph over Juventus". The Guardian. 23 December 2016. Retrieved 2017.
  2. ^ "Saudi Arabia set to host three of next five Italian Super Cups". ESPN. 7 June 2018. Retrieved 2020.
  3. ^ Juventus was subsequently stripped of the title due to the Calciopoli scandal.
  4. ^ Original winners Juventus were stripped of their title and relegated due to the Calciopoli scandal. Inter was declared champion following the courts.
  5. ^ "All-time top goalscorers". worldfootball.net.
  6. ^ "Juventus F.C. Giocatori, Statistiche: Reti nella Supercoppa Italiana" (in Italian). My Juve.it. Retrieved 2015.

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