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Soccer: European Super Cup, Champions by Year

Information about the international soccer tournament European Super Cup including champions by year, logos, links, results and other data.

In 1974, 1981 and 1985, the European Super Cup was not played. Since 1998 the European Super Cup has always been disputed in one single match, in Monaco's Stade Louis II. At the end of the 1998/99 season, the Cup Winners' Cup was discontinued by UEFA. Since the beginning of the 1999/2000 season, the European Super Cup has been contested between the respective winners of the UEFA Cup and Champions League.

Years: 2021 - 2020 - 2019 - 2018 - 2017 - 2016 - 2015 - 2014 - 2013 - 2012 - 2011 - 2010 - 2009 - 2008 - 2007 - 2006 - 2005 - 2004 - 2003 - 2002 - 2001 - 2000 - 1999 - 1998 - 1997 - 1996 - 1995 - 1994 - 1993 - 1992 - 1991 - 1990 - 1989 - 1988 - 1987 - 1986 - 1985 - 1984 - 1983 - 1982 - 1981 - 1980 - 1979 - 1978 - 1977 - 1976 - 1975 - 1974 - 1973 - 1972

European Super Cup, Champions by Year

European Super Cup 2021
Champion 2021
Trophy

Chelsea Logo
Chelsea

(England)
Final: Aug/11/2021 Windsor Park, Belfast (Northern Ireland)
Chelsea Logo
Chelsea

(England)
1 - 1
Villarreal Logo
Villarreal
(Spain)
27' Hakim Ziyech
73' Gerard Moreno

* Chelsea won 6-5 on penalties after the extra time.

European Super Cup 2020
Champion 2020
Trophy

Bayern Munich Logo
Bayern Munich

(Germany)
Final: Sep/24/2020 Puskás Aréna, Budapest (Hungary)
Bayern Munich Logo
Bayern Munich

(Germany)
2 - 1
Sevilla FC Logo
Sevilla FC

(Spain)
34' Leon Goretzka
104' Javi Martínez
13' Lucas Ocampos (pen.)

* Bayern Munich won 1-0 the extra time.

European Super Cup 2019
Champion 2019
Trophy

Liverpool Logo
Liverpool

(England)
Final: Aug/14/2019 Vodafone Park, Istanbul (Turkey)
Liverpool Logo
Liverpool

(England)
2 - 2
Chelsea Logo
Chelsea

(England)
48' Sadio Mané
95' Sadio Mané
36' Olivier Giroud
101' Jorginho (pen.)

* Liverpool won 5-4 on penalties after the extra time.

European Super Cup 2018
Champion 2018
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Atlético Madrid Logo
Atlético Madrid

(Spain)
Final: Aug/15/2018 A Le Coq Arena, Tallinn (Estonia)
Real Madrid CF Logo
Real Madrid CF

(Spain)
2 - 4
Atlético Madrid Logo
Atlético Madrid

(Spain)
27' Karim Benzema
63' (pen.) Sergio Ramos
1' Diego Costa
79' Diego Costa
98' Saúl
104' Koke

* Atlético Madrid won 2-0 the extra time.

European Super Cup 2017
Champion 2017
Trophy

Real Madrid CF Logo
Real Madrid CF

(Spain)
Final: Aug/08/2017 Philip II Arena, Skopje (Republic of Macedonia)
Real Madrid CF Logo
Real Madrid CF

(Spain)
2 - 1
Manchester United Logo
Manchester United

(England)
24' Casemiro
52' Isco
62' Romelu Lukaku
European Super Cup 2016
Champion 2016
Trophy

Real Madrid CF Logo
Real Madrid CF

(Spain)
Final: Aug/09/2016 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim
Real Madrid CF Logo
Real Madrid CF

(Spain)
3 - 2
Sevilla FC Logo
Sevilla FC

(Spain)
21' Marco Asensio
90+3' Sergio Ramos
119' Dani Carvajal
41' Dani Carvajal
72' Yevhen Konoplyanka (pen.)

* Real Madrid CF won 1-0 the extra time.

European Super Cup 2015
Champion 2015
Trophy

FC Barcelona Logo
FC Barcelona

(Spain)
Final: Aug/11/2015 Boris Paichadze Arena, Tbilisi (Georgia)
FC Barcelona Logo
FC Barcelona

(Spain)
5 - 4
Sevilla FC Logo
Sevilla FC

(Spain)
7* Lionel Messi
15* Lionel Messi
44* Rafinha
52* Luis Suárez
115* Pedro
3' Ever Banega
57* José Antonio Reyes
72' Kevin Gameiro (pen.)
81* Yevhen Konoplyanka

* FC Barcelona won 1-0 the extra time.

European Super Cup 2014
Champion 2014
Trophy

Real Madrid CF Logo
Real Madrid CF

(Spain)
Final: Aug/12/2014 Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff (Wales)
Real Madrid CF Logo
Real Madrid CF

(Spain)
2 - 0
Sevilla FC Logo
Sevilla FC

(Spain)
30' Cristiano Ronaldo
49' Cristiano Ronaldo
European Super Cup 2013
Champion 2013
Trophy

Bayern Munich Logo
Bayern Munich

(Germany)
Final: Aug/30/2013 Eden Arena, Prague (Czech Republic)
Bayern Munich Logo
Bayern Munich

(Germany)
2 - 2
Chelsea Logo
Chelsea

(England)
47' Franck Ribery
120'+1 Javi Martinez
8' Fernando Torres
93' Eden hazard

* Bayern Munich won 5-4 on penalties after the extra time.

European Super Cup 2012
Champion 2012
Trophy

Atlético Madrid Logo
Atlético Madrid

(Spain)
Final: Aug/31/2012 Stade Louis II, Monaco (Monaco)
Atlético Madrid Logo
Atlético Madrid

(Spain)
4 - 1
Chelsea Logo
Chelsea

(England)
6' Radamel Falcao Garcia
19' Radamel Falcao Garcia
45' Radamel Falcao Garcia
60' Miranda
74' Gary Cahill
European Super Cup 2011
Champion 2011
Trophy

FC Barcelona Logo
FC Barcelona

(Spain)
Final: Aug/26/2011 Stade Louis II, Monaco (Monaco)
FC Barcelona Logo
FC Barcelona

(Spain)
2 - 0
Porto Logo
Porto

(Portugal)
39' Lionel Messi
87' Cesc Fábregas
European Super Cup 2010
Champion 2010
Trophy

Atlético Madrid Logo
Atlético Madrid

(Spain)
Final: Aug/27/2010 Stade Louis II, Monaco (Monaco)
Atlético Madrid Logo
Atlético Madrid

(Spain)
2 - 0
Inter Logo
Inter

(Italy)
62' Jose Antonio Reyes
83' Sergio Agüero
European Super Cup 2009
Champion 2009
Trophy

FC Barcelona Logo
FC Barcelona

(Spain)
Final: Aug/28/2009 Stade Louis II, Monaco (Monaco)
FC Barcelona Logo
FC Barcelona

(Spain)
1 - 0
Shakhtar Donetsk Logo
Shakhtar Donetsk
(Ukraine)
115' Pedro
European Super Cup 2008
Champion 2008
Trophy

Zenit Logo
Zenit

(Russia)
Final: Aug/29/2008 Stade Louis II, Monaco (Monaco)
Zenit Logo
Zenit
(Russia)
2 - 1
Manchester United Logo
Manchester United

(England)
44' Pogrebnyak
59' Danny Alves
73' Nemanja Vidi?
European Super Cup 2007
Champion 2007
Trophy

Milan Logo
Milan

(Italy)
Final: Aug/28/2007 Stade Louis II, Monaco (Monaco)
Milan Logo
Milan

(Italy)
3 - 1
Sevilla FC Logo
Sevilla FC

(Spain)
55' Filippo Inzaghi
62' Marek Jankulovski
87' Kaká
14' Renato
European Super Cup 2006
Champion 2006
Trophy

Sevilla FC Logo
Sevilla FC

(Spain)
Final: Aug/25/2006 Stade Louis II, Monaco (Monaco)
FC Barcelona Logo
FC Barcelona

(Spain)
0 - 3
Sevilla FC Logo
Sevilla FC

(Spain)
7' Renato Dirnei
45' Frédi Kanouté
90' (pen) Enzo Maresca
European Super Cup 2005
Champion 2005
Trophy

Liverpool Logo
Liverpool

(England)
Final: Aug/26/2005 Stade Louis II, Monaco (Monaco)
Liverpool Logo
Liverpool

(England)
3 - 1
CSKA Moscow Logo
CSKA Moscow
(Russia)
82' Djibril Cissé
103' Djibril Cissé
109' Luis García
28' Daniel Carvalho

* 99-99 the extra time.Game tied 1-1 in regulation, Liverpool won in extra time.

European Super Cup 2004
Champion 2004
Trophy

Valencia Logo
Valencia

(Spain)
Final: Aug/27/2004 Stade Louis II, Monaco (Monaco)
Porto Logo
Porto

(Portugal)
1 - 2
Valencia Logo
Valencia

(Spain)
78' Ricardo Quaresma
33' Rubén Baraja
67' Marco Di Vaio
European Super Cup 2003
Champion 2003
Trophy

Milan Logo
Milan

(Italy)
Final: Aug/29/2003 Stade Louis II, Monaco (Monaco)
Milan Logo
Milan

(Italy)
1 - 0
Porto Logo
Porto

(Portugal)
10' Andriy Shevchenko
European Super Cup 2002
Champion 2002
Trophy

Real Madrid CF Logo
Real Madrid CF

(Spain)
Final: Aug/30/2002 Stade Louis II, Monaco (Monaco)
Real Madrid CF Logo
Real Madrid CF

(Spain)
3 - 1
Feyenoord Logo
Feyenoord

(Holland)
15' (autogol) Patrick Paauwe
21' Roberto Carlos
60' Guti
56' Pierre Van Hooijdok
European Super Cup 2001
Champion 2001
Trophy

Liverpool Logo
Liverpool

(England)
Final: Aug/24/2001 Stade Louis II, Monaco (Monaco)
Bayern Munich Logo
Bayern Munich

(Germany)
2 - 3
Liverpool Logo
Liverpool

(England)
57' Hasan Salihamidzic
82' Carsten Jancker
23' John Arne Riise
45' Emile Heskey
46' Michael Owen
European Super Cup 2000
Champion 2000
Trophy

Galatasaray Logo
Galatasaray

(Turkey)
Final: Aug/25/2000 Stade Louis II, Monaco (Monaco)
Real Madrid CF Logo
Real Madrid CF

(Spain)
1 - 2
Galatasaray Logo
Galatasaray
(Turkey)
79' (pen) Raúl González
41' (pen) Mário Jardel
103' Mário Jardel

* 99-99 the extra time.Game tied 1-1 in regulation, Galatasaray won in extra time.

European Super Cup 1999
Champion 1999
Trophy

Lazio Logo
Lazio

(Italy)
Final: Aug/27/1999 Stade Louis II, Monaco (Monaco)
Lazio Logo
Lazio

(Italy)
1 - 0
Manchester United Logo
Manchester United

(England)
35' Marcelo Salas
European Super Cup 1998
Champion 1998
Trophy

Chelsea Logo
Chelsea

(England)
Final: Aug/28/1998 Stade Louis II, Monaco (Monaco)
Real Madrid CF Logo
Real Madrid CF

(Spain)
0 - 1
Chelsea Logo
Chelsea

(England)
81' Gustavo Poyet
European Super Cup 1997
Champion 1997
Trophy

FC Barcelona Logo
FC Barcelona

(Spain)
Final: Jan/08/1997 Nou Camp, Barcelona (Spain)
FC Barcelona Logo
FC Barcelona

(Spain)
2 - 0
Borussia Dortmund Logo
Borussia Dortmund

(Germany)
8' Luis Enrique
61' (pen) Rivaldo
Final: Mar/11/1997 Westfalendstadion, Dortmund (Germany)
Borussia Dortmund Logo
Borussia Dortmund

(Germany)
1 - 1
FC Barcelona Logo
FC Barcelona

(Spain)
64' Heinrich
8' Giovanni
European Super Cup 1996
Champion 1996
Trophy

Juventus Logo
Juventus

(Italy)
Final: Jan/15/1996 Parc des Princes, Paris (France)
PSG Logo
PSG

(France)
1 - 6
Juventus Logo
Juventus

(Italy)
53' (pen) Raí
5' Porrini
22' Padovano
36' Ferrara
40' Padovano
83' Lombardo
89' Amoruso
Final: Feb/05/1996 Stadio La Favorita, Palermo (Italy)
Juventus Logo
Juventus

(Italy)
3 - 1
PSG Logo
PSG

(France)
36' Del Piero
70' Del Piero
90' Vieri
64' (pen) Raí
European Super Cup 1995
Champion 1995
Trophy

Ajax Logo
Ajax

(Holland)
Final: Feb/06/1995 La Romareda, Zaragoza (Spain)
Real Zaragoza Logo
Real Zaragoza
(Spain)
1 - 1
Ajax Logo
Ajax

(Holland)
28' Aguado
70' Kluivert
Final: Feb/28/1995 Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam (Holland)
Ajax Logo
Ajax

(Holland)
4 - 0
Real Zaragoza Logo
Real Zaragoza
(Spain)
43' Bogarde
54' Finidi
65' (pen) Blind
69' (pen) Blind
European Super Cup 1994
Champion 1994
Trophy

Milan Logo
Milan

(Italy)
Final: Feb/01/1994 Highbury Stadium, London (England)
Arsenal Logo
Arsenal

(England)
0 - 0
Milan Logo
Milan

(Italy)
Final: Feb/08/1994 San Siro Stadium, Milan (Italy)
Milan Logo
Milan

(Italy)
2 - 0
Arsenal Logo
Arsenal

(England)
41' Boban
67' Massaro
European Super Cup 1993
Champion 1993
Trophy

Parma Logo
Parma

(Italy)
Final: Jan/12/1994 Ennio Tardini Stadium, Parma (Italy)
Parma Logo
Parma

(Italy)
0 - 1
Milan Logo
Milan

(Italy)
43' Papin
Final: Feb/02/1994 San Siro Stadium, Milan (Italy)
Milan Logo
Milan

(Italy)
0 - 2
Parma Logo
Parma

(Italy)
23' Sensini
95' Crippa

* 99-99 the extra time.Global score tied 1-1 in regulation, Parma won in extra time.

European Super Cup 1992
Champion 1992
Trophy

FC Barcelona Logo
FC Barcelona

(Spain)
Final: Feb/10/1993 Weserstadion, Bremen (Germany)
SV Werder Bremen Logo
SV Werder Bremen

(Germany)
1 - 1
FC Barcelona Logo
FC Barcelona

(Spain)
88' Allofs
38' Salinas
Final: Mar/10/1993 Camp Nou, Barcelona (Spain)
FC Barcelona Logo
FC Barcelona

(Spain)
2 - 1
SV Werder Bremen Logo
SV Werder Bremen

(Germany)
32' Stoichkov
48' Goicoechea
41' (pen) Rufer
European Super Cup 1991
Champion 1991
Trophy

Manchester United Logo
Manchester United

(England)
Final: Nov/19/1991 Old Trafford, Manchester (England)
Manchester United Logo
Manchester United

(England)
1 - 0
Red Star Belgrade Logo
Red Star Belgrade
(Yugoslavia)
67' McClair

Only the first match was played, due to political reasons in fomer Yugoslavia the game in Belgrade was not played.

European Super Cup 1990
Champion 1990
Trophy

Milan Logo
Milan

(Italy)
Final: Oct/10/1990 Stadio Luigi Ferraris, Genoa (Italy)
Sampdoria Logo
Sampdoria
(Italy)
1 - 1
Milan Logo
Milan

(Italy)
31' Mikhailitchenko
39' Evani
Final: Nov/29/1990 San Siro Stadium, Milan (Italy)
Milan Logo
Milan

(Italy)
2 - 0
Sampdoria Logo
Sampdoria
(Italy)
44' Gullit
76' Rijkaard
European Super Cup 1989
Champion 1989
Trophy

Milan Logo
Milan

(Italy)
Final: Nov/23/1989 Camp Nou, Barcelona (Spain)
FC Barcelona Logo
FC Barcelona

(Spain)
1 - 1
Milan Logo
Milan

(Italy)
67' Amor
44' (pen) Van Basten
Final: Dec/07/1989 San Siro Stadium, Milan (Italy)
Milan Logo
Milan

(Italy)
1 - 0
FC Barcelona Logo
FC Barcelona

(Spain)
55' Evani
European Super Cup 1988
Champion 1988
Trophy

KV Mechelen Logo
KV Mechelen

(Belgium)
Final: Feb/01/1989 Achter de Kazerne Stadium, Mechelen (Belgium)
KV Mechelen Logo
KV Mechelen
(Belgium)
3 - 0
PSV Logo
PSV

(Holland)
16' Bosman
17' De Wilde
50' Bosman
Final: Feb/08/1989 Philips Stadium, Eindhoven (Holland)
PSV Logo
PSV

(Holland)
1 - 0
KV Mechelen Logo
KV Mechelen
(Belgium)
78' Gillhaus
European Super Cup 1987
Champion 1987
Trophy

Porto Logo
Porto

(Portugal)
Final: Nov/24/1987 De Meer Stadium, Amsterdam (Holland)
Ajax Logo
Ajax

(Holland)
0 - 1
Porto Logo
Porto

(Portugal)
5' Rui Barros
Final: Jan/13/1988 Estadio Das Antas, Porto (Portugal)
Porto Logo
Porto

(Portugal)
1 - 0
Ajax Logo
Ajax

(Holland)
70' Sousa
European Super Cup 1986
Champion 1986
Trophy

Steaua Bucaresti Logo
Steaua Bucaresti

(Romania)
Final: Feb/24/1987 Stade Louis II, Monaco (Monaco)
Steaua Bucaresti Logo
Steaua Bucaresti
(Romania)
1 - 0
Dynamo Kyiv Logo
Dynamo Kyiv
(Ukraine)
44' Hagi

Single match played in neutral ground for political reasons

European Super Cup 1985
Champion 1985
Trophy

-
Final:
Juventus Logo
Juventus

(Italy)
-
Everton Logo
Everton
(England)

Not held because of Heysel tragedy and consequent UEFA ban on English clubs

European Super Cup 1984
Champion 1984
Trophy

Juventus Logo
Juventus

(Italy)
Final: Jan/16/1985 Stadio Comunale, Torino (Italy)
Juventus Logo
Juventus

(Italy)
2 - 0
Liverpool Logo
Liverpool

(England)
39' Boniek
79' Boniek

Only one match played because Liverpool couldn't find another date to play Juventus

European Super Cup 1983
Champion 1983
Trophy

Aberdeen Logo
Aberdeen

(Scotland)
Final: Nov/22/1983 Volksparkstadion, Hamburg (Germany)
Hamburger SV Logo
Hamburger SV

(West Germany)
0 - 0
Aberdeen Logo
Aberdeen
(Scotland)
Final: Dec/20/1983 Pittodrie Stadium, Aberd (England)
Aberdeen Logo
Aberdeen
(Scotland)
2 - 0
Hamburger SV Logo
Hamburger SV

(West Germany)
47' Simpson
65' McGhee
European Super Cup 1982
Champion 1982
Trophy

Aston Villa Logo
Aston Villa

(England)
Final: Jan/19/1983 Camp Nou, Barcelona (Spain)
FC Barcelona Logo
FC Barcelona

(Spain)
1 - 0
Aston Villa Logo
Aston Villa
(England)
52' Marcos
Final: Jan/26/1983 Villa Park, Birmingham (England)
Aston Villa Logo
Aston Villa
(England)
3 - 0
FC Barcelona Logo
FC Barcelona

(Spain)
80' Shaw
100' (pen) Cowans
104' McNaught

* 99-99 the extra time.Game tied 1-1 in regulation, Aston Villa won in extra time.

European Super Cup 1981
Champion 1981
Trophy

-
Final:
Liverpool Logo
Liverpool

(England)
-
Dinamo Tbilisi Logo
Dinamo Tbilisi
(Georgia)

Not held because Liverpool couldn't find dates to meet Dinamo Tbilisi

European Super Cup 1980
Champion 1980
Trophy

Valencia Logo
Valencia

(Spain)
Final: Nov/25/1980 City Ground, Nottingham (England)
Nottingham Forest Logo
Nottingham Forest
(England)
2 - 1
Valencia Logo
Valencia

(Spain)
57' Bowyer
89' Bowyer
47' Felman
Final: Dec/17/1980 Luis Casanova, Valencia (Spain)
Valencia Logo
Valencia

(Spain)
1 - 0
Nottingham Forest Logo
Nottingham Forest
(England)
51' Morena

Valencia won on away goals

European Super Cup 1979
Champion 1979
Trophy

Nottingham Forest Logo
Nottingham Forest

(England)
Final: Jan/30/1980 City Ground, Nottingham (England)
Nottingham Forest Logo
Nottingham Forest
(England)
1 - 0
FC Barcelona Logo
FC Barcelona

(Spain)
9' George
Final: Feb/05/1980 Nou Camp, Barcelona (Spain)
FC Barcelona Logo
FC Barcelona

(Spain)
1 - 1
Nottingham Forest Logo
Nottingham Forest
(England)
25' (pen) Roberto
42' Burns
European Super Cup 1978
Champion 1978
Trophy

RSC Anderlecht Logo
RSC Anderlecht

(Belgium)
Final: Dec/04/1978 Parc Astrid, Brussels (Belgium)
RSC Anderlecht Logo
RSC Anderlecht
(Belgium)
3 - 1
Liverpool Logo
Liverpool

(England)
17' Vercauteren
38' Vander Elst
87' Rensenbrink
27' Case
Final: Dec/19/1978 Anfield Stadium, Liverpool (England)
Liverpool Logo
Liverpool

(England)
2 - 1
RSC Anderlecht Logo
RSC Anderlecht
(Belgium)
13' Hughes
87' Fairclough
71' Vander Elst
European Super Cup 1977
Champion 1977
Trophy

Liverpool Logo
Liverpool

(England)
Final: Nov/22/1977 Volksparkstadion, Hamburg (Germany)
Hamburger SV Logo
Hamburger SV

(West Germany)
1 - 1
Liverpool Logo
Liverpool

(England)
29' Keller
65' Fairclough
Final: Dec/06/1977 Anfield Stadium, Liverpool (England)
Liverpool Logo
Liverpool

(England)
6 - 0
Hamburger SV Logo
Hamburger SV

(West Germany)
21' Thompson
40' McDermott
56' McDermott
57' McDermott
84' Fairclough
88' Dalglish
European Super Cup 1976
Champion 1976
Trophy

RSC Anderlecht Logo
RSC Anderlecht

(Belgium)
Final: Aug/17/1976 Olympiastadion, Munich (Germany)
Bayern Munich Logo
Bayern Munich

(West Germany)
2 - 1
RSC Anderlecht Logo
RSC Anderlecht
(Belgium)
58' Müller
88' Müller
16' Haan
Final: Aug/30/1976 Parc Astrid, Brussels (Belgium)
RSC Anderlecht Logo
RSC Anderlecht
(Belgium)
4 - 1
Bayern Munich Logo
Bayern Munich

(West Germany)
20' Rensenbrink
25' Vander Elst
59' Haan
82' Rensenbrink
63' Müller
European Super Cup 1975
Champion 1975
Trophy

Dynamo Kyiv Logo
Dynamo Kyiv

(Ukraine)
Final: Sep/09/1975 Olympiastadion, Munich (Germany)
Bayern Munich Logo
Bayern Munich

(West Germany)
0 - 1
Dynamo Kyiv Logo
Dynamo Kyiv
(Ukraine)
66' Blokhin
Final: Oct/06/1975 Republican Stadium, Kiev (Ucrania)
Dynamo Kyiv Logo
Dynamo Kyiv
(Ukraine)
2 - 0
Bayern Munich Logo
Bayern Munich

(West Germany)
40' Blokhin
53' Blokhin
European Super Cup 1974
Champion 1974
Trophy

-
Final:
Bayern Munich Logo
Bayern Munich

(West Germany)
-
Magdeburg Logo
Magdeburg
(West Germany)

Not held for political reasons

European Super Cup 1973
Champion 1973
Trophy

Ajax Logo
Ajax

(Holland)
Final: Jan/09/1974 San Siro Stadium, Milan (Italy)
Milan Logo
Milan

(Italy)
1 - 0
Ajax Logo
Ajax

(Holland)
77' Chiarugi
Final: Jan/16/1974 Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam (Holland)
Ajax Logo
Ajax

(Holland)
6 - 0
Milan Logo
Milan

(Italy)
26' Mulder
35' Keizer
71' Neeskens
81' Rep
84' (pen) Mühren
87' Haan
European Super Cup 1972
Champion 1972
Trophy

-
Final: Jan/16/1973 Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow (Scotland)
Rangers Logo
Rangers

(Scotland)
1 - 3
Ajax Logo
Ajax

(Holland)
41' MacDonald
34' Rep
45' Cruyff
76' Haan
Final: Jan/24/1973 De Meer Stadium, Amsterdam (Holland)
Ajax Logo
Ajax

(Holland)
3 - 2
Rangers Logo
Rangers

(Scotland)
12' Haan
37' (pen) G. Muhren
79' Cruyff
2' MacDonald
35' Young

The 1972 final is not considered official by UEFA because Rangers wwas banned from European competitions due to their fans' behaviour during the 1972 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Final