|Dates||8–12 January 2020|
|Champions||Real Madrid (11th title)|
|Goals scored||9 (3 per match)|
|Attendance||158,340 (52,780 per match)|
|Top scorer(s)||9 players|
(1 goal each)
The 2019–20 Supercopa de España was the 36th edition of the Supercopa de España, an annual football competition for clubs in the Spanish football league system that were successful in its major competitions in the preceding season.
In February 2019, it was announced that the competition would be changed from a two-team format to four-teams, which would include a semi-final round. The semi-final round was played on 8 and 9 January 2020, and the final was held on 12 January, and there was no third-place game.
The following four teams qualified for the tournament.
|Team||Method of qualification||Appearance||Last appearance as||Years performance|
|Valencia||2018–19 Copa del Rey winners||5th||2008 runners-up||1||3|
|Barcelona||2018–19 La Liga champions and 2018–19 Copa del Rey runners-up||24th||2018 winners||13||10|
|Real Madrid||2018–19 La Liga third place||16th||2017 winners||10||5|
|Atlético Madrid||2018–19 La Liga second place||7th||2014 winners||2||4|
The draw was held on 11 November at the Royal Spanish Football Federation headquarters, in La Ciudad del Fútbol. There was no restriction in it.
|8 January 2020||Valencia||1|
|12 January 2020||Real Madrid (a.e.t.)||0 (4)|
|Atlético Madrid||0 (1)|
|9 January 2020||Barcelona||2|
| 8 January 2020|
|Valencia||1–3||Real Madrid|| King Abdullah Sports City|
Referee: Jesús Gil Manzano (Extremadura)
|Parejo 90+2' (pen.)||Report|| Kroos 15'|
| 9 January 2020|
|Barcelona||2–3||Atlético Madrid|| King Abdullah Sports City|
Referee: José Luis González González (Castile and León)
| Messi 51'|
|Report|| Koke 46'|
Morata 81' (pen.)
Real Madrid won 4–1 on penalties
|Date||12 January 2020|
|Venue||King Abdullah Sports City, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia|
|Man of the Match||Federico Valverde (Real Madrid)|
|Referee||José María Sánchez Martínez (Murcia)|
21 °C (70 °F)
The final match was ended with a goalless draw after extra time. Real Madrid was down to 10 players after their midfielder, Federico Valverde, was sent off for tackling down Atlético striker, Álvaro Morata, in the 115th minute.
In the penalty shoot-out, all Real Madrid players were able to score for his side, while Atlético's Saúl Ñíguez and Thomas Partey both missed their penalties. Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos sent his opponent's goalkeeper Jan Oblak into wrong way to score the decisive penalty goal and secure the Supercopa de España title.
| 12 January 2020|
|Real Madrid|| 0–0|
|Atlético Madrid|| King Abdullah Sports City, Jeddah|
Referee: José María Sánchez Martínez (Murcia)
Man of the Match:
|Supercopa de España finals|
|2019–20 in Spanish football|
|La Liga · Segunda División (Play-Off 2ª) · 2ª División B (Play-Off 2ªB) · 3ª División (Play-Off 3ª)|
|Copa del Rey (Final) · Supercopa de España · Copa Federación de España|
|National team (UEFA Euro 2020 (Qualifying Group F)|
|Champions League (Final) · Europa League (Final) · Super Cup|
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