2016 UEFA Super Cup is the 41st edition of UEFA Super Cup football match scheduled in August 2016 which will be played at the Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim. This football game is organized and arranged by UEFA- the European football governing organization.
|Date||9 August 2016|
|Venue||Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim|
|Man of the Match|
|9 August 2016
20:45 GET (UTC+2)
|Champions League winners||V||Europa League winners||Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim|
The UEFA Super Cup is an annual football competition, was conducted by UEFA League. This match was contested by the winning champions of the two main European club competitions i.e. UEFA Champion League and UEFA Europa League. Usually it begins in august, generally on Friday. This UEFA Super Cup was founded in 1972 but recognized in 1973 by UEFA. The present champions are “German Club Bayern Munich”. The most successful team in this match is “Italian side Milan” and they won the title for five times.
In 1971, Anton Witkamp was designed the UEFA Super Cup. He worked as a reporter for some time and then he became a sports editor of Dutch newspaper named as De Telegraaf.
Dutch total football contains two clubs named as:
Witkamp got an idea in a time when these two clubs were living in their golden era. Anton was looking for something new to absolutely choose the best team in Europe and also to additional test Ajax's legendary team, led by their star player Johan Cruyff.
Actually the match was played over two legs, but since 1998, the Super Cup was played as a single match at a neutral venue. In between 1998 and 2012 this match was played at the Stade Louis II in Monaco and afterwards, different stadia will be used.
The competition consists of two periods of 45 minutes each and if their scores are level at the end of 90 minutes, then the time period will be extended for 15-minutes. Again if there tie at the end of the extra time, a penalty shoot-out determines the winner.
The sponsors of the UEFA Super Cup's and the UEFA Champions League are same. The tournament's current main sponsors are:
The prize money of the winners of the Super Cup was €3 million and €2.2 million to the runners-up in 2012.
2014 UEFA Super Cup is generally played between the champions of 2013-2014 UEFA Champions League and the 2013-2014 UEFA Europa League.
The UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League are football matches held and governed by the UEFA which was formed in the year 1972.
The current winners of 2012 UEFA Super Cup are Atlético Madrid after reigning over Chelsea 2-0. The most successful team for this football cup- 2013 UEFA Super Cup is Atlético Madrid.
August 2013 will be a month full of excitement to watch a series of football cup whilst keeping fingers crossed to record the UEFA Super Cup history in favor of the best team!
|11 August 2015
22:45 GET (UTC+4)
|Barcelona||5–4 (a.e.t.)||Sevilla||Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena, Tbilisi
Referee: Willie Collum (Scotland)
|Messi Goal 7', 16'
Rafinha Goal 44'
Suárez Goal 52'
Pedro Goal 115'
|Banega Goal 3'
Reyes Goal 57'
Gameiro Goal 72' (pen.)
Konoplyanka Goal 81'
|1974||Bayern Munich andC Madgeburg did not play.|
|1975||Soviet Union||Dynamo Kyiv||1–0||Bayern Munich||West Germany||Olympiastadion|
|Soviet Union||Dynamo Kyiv||2–0||Bayern Munich||West Germany||Kiev Central Stadium|
|1976||Belgium||Anderlecht||1–2||Bayern Munich||West Germany||Olympiastadion|
|Belgium||Anderlecht||4–1||Bayern Munich||West Germany||Parc Astride|
|1979||England||Nottingham Forest||1–0||Barcelona||Spain||City Ground|
|England||Nottingham Forest||1–1||Barcelona||Spain||Camp Nou|
|1980||Spain||Valencia||1–2||Nottingham Forest||England||City Ground|
|Spain||Valencia||1–0||Nottingham Forest||England||Estadio LuÃs Casanova|
|1981||Liverpool and Dinamo Tbilisi did not play.|
|1982||England||Aston Villa||0–1||Barcelona||Spain||Camp Nou|
|England||Aston Villa||3–0 (aet)||Barcelona||Spain||Villa Park|
|1985||Juventus and Everton did not play.|
|1986||Romania||Steaua BucureÈ™ti||1–0||Dynamo Kyiv||Soviet Union||Stade Louis II|
|Portugal||Porto||1–0||Ajax||Netherlands||EstÃ¡dio das Antas|
|1988||Belgium||Mechelen||3–0||PSV Eindhoven||Netherlands||Achter de Kazerne|
|Belgium||Mechelen||0–1||PSV Eindhoven||Netherlands||Philips Stadion|
|1990||Italy||Milan||1–1||Sampdoria||Italy||Stadio Luigi Ferraris|
|Italy||Milan||2–0||Sampdoria||Italy||Stadio Renato Dall'Ara|
|1991||England||Manchester United||1–0||Red Star Belgrade||Yugoslavia||Old Trafford|
|Spain||Barcelona||2–1||Werder Bremen||Germany||Camp Nou|
|1993||Italy||Parma||0–1||Milan [I]||Italy||Stadio Ennio Tardini|
|Italy||Parma||2–0 (aet)||Milan||Italy||San Siro|
|1995||Netherlands||Ajax||1–1||Real Zaragoza||Spain||La Romareda|
|Netherlands||Ajax||4–0||Real Zaragoza||Spain||Olympisch Stadion|
|1996||Italy||Juventus||6–1||Paris Saint-Germain||France||Parc des Princes|
|Italy||Juventus||3–1||Paris Saint-Germain||France||Stadio La Favorita|
|1997||Spain||Barcelona||2–0||Borussia Dortmund||Germany||Camp Nou|
|1998||England||Chelsea||Jan-00||Real Madrid||Spain||Stade Louis II|
|1999||Italy||Lazio||1–0||Manchester United||England||Stade Louis II|
|2000||Turkey||Galatasaray||2–1 (aet)||Real Madrid||Spain||Stade Louis II|
|2001||England||Liverpool||3–2||Bayern Munich||Germany||Stade Louis II|
|2002||Spain||Real Madrid||3–1||Feyenoord||Netherlands||Stade Louis II|
|2003||Italy||Milan||1–0||Porto||Portugal||Stade Louis II|
|2004||Spain||Valencia||2–1||Porto||Portugal||Stade Louis II|
|2005||England||Liverpool||3–1 (aet)||CSKA Moscow||Russia||Stade Louis II|
|2006||Spain||Sevilla||3–0||Barcelona||Spain||Stade Louis II|
|2007||Italy||Milan||3–1||Sevilla||Spain||Stade Louis II|
|2008||Russia||Zenit St. Petersburg||2–1||Manchester United||England||Stade Louis II|
|2009||Spain||Barcelona||1–0 (aet)||Shakhtar Donetsk||Ukraine||Stade Louis II|
|2010||Spain||AtlÃ©tico Madrid||2–0||Internazionale||Italy||Stade Louis II|
|2011||Spain||Barcelona||2–0||Porto||Portugal||Stade Louis II|
|2012||Spain||AtlÃ©tico Madrid||4–1||Chelsea||England||Stade Louis II|
|2013||Germany||Bayern Munich||2–2*[J]||Chelsea||England||Eden Arena|
|2014||Spain||Real Madrid||2-0||Sevilla||Spain||Cardiff City Stadium|
|2015||Spain||Barcelona||5–4 (a.e.t.)||Sevilla||Spain||Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena, Tbilisi|