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Turkish Super Cup
Turkishsupercup
Founded 1966
Region Turkey
Tournament information
Current champions Galatasaray (15th title)
Number of teams 2
Most successful club Galatasaray (15 titles)
Football current event Current
Website Official website

The Turkish Super Cup (Turkish: TFF Süper Kupa), as it is currently known, is the annual super cup football match contested between the previous season's Süper Lig champions and the Turkish Cup winners in Turkey. It was originally known as the Cumhurbaşkanlığı Kupası (Presidential Cup) from 1966 to 1998. No competition was held between 1999 and 2005. The rebranded TFF Süper Kupa is a curtain raiser for the upcoming footballing season, usually taking place in August.

In case of a team achieving the double, the Turkish Cup runners-up become finalists. The 2016 Turkish Super Cup was the most recent match-up, taking place in this fashion. 2015–16 Turkish Cup winner Galatasaray played and won against the 2015–16 Süper Lig champions Beşiktaş JK.

Galatasaray is the most successful team of the competition with 15 trophies and 23 appearances.

History

Between 1966 and 1980 the cup was called Cumhurbaşkanlığı Kupası (Presidential Cup). Following 12 Eylül, it was renamed to Devlet Başkanlığı Kupası (Head of State Cup) for the 1981 and 1982 finals. After the resumption of democracy, the tournament was renamed back to Cumhurbaşkanlığı Kupası, taking place from 1983 to 1998. Between 1999 and 2005 no competition was held. In a bid to rebrand and revive the tournament as a super cup, an inaugural 2006 final took place in Germany, where a large population of Turkish immigrants reside. The success of the new format led to the continuation of TFF Süper Kupa as it is known and contested today.

During the Cumhurbaşkanlığı Kupası era, all matches were played in the Ankara 19 Mayıs Stadium, in the capital city of Ankara. The only exception to this tradition was the 1975 final, played in Cebeci İnönü Stadium. After the 2006 rebranding, the cup continued to be contested in a neutral venue, which is picked annually by the Turkish Football Federation.

The finalists always consisted of Süper Lig champions and Turkish Cup winners, but there were exceptions to this rule. In 1968, Fenerbahçe won both the league and the cup, thus achieving the double. TFF decided to award the Cumhurbaşkalığı Kupası directly to the club, but went on to change the regulations. Between 1973 and 1977, in case of a team achieving the double, the Başbakanlık Kupası (Chancellor Cup) winners became the second finalists. During 12 Eylül, elect government was abolished and between 1981 and 1984, no competition in the name of Chancellery was held. Thus, TFF made another regulatory change, and awarded the second finalists spot to the Süper Lig runners-up, in case of a team achieving the double. 1983, 1984, 1990 and 1993 finals took place in that fashion.

After the 2006 rebranding, TFF revised the regulations for a final time, and the Turkish Cup runners up began to earn a spot in the final, in case of a team achieving the double, thus making the game a rematch of that year's Turkish Cup final.

Winners

Key

 Süper Lig champions
 Turkish Cup winners
 Chancellor Cup winners
 ¤  Winners of both Süper Lig and Turkish Cup
 †  Süper Lig runners-up
 #  Turkish Cup runners-up

Finals

Year Winners Score Runners-up Venue Attendance
1966Galatasaray2–0BeşiktaşAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı33,583
1967Beşiktaş1–0AltayAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı
1968Fenerbahçe were awarded the cup by winning both Süper Lig and Turkish Cup.
1969Galatasaray2–0GöztepeAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı
1970Göztepe3–1FenerbahçeAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı
1971Eskişehirspor3–2GalatasarayAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı
1972Galatasaray3–0AnkaragücüAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı
1973Fenerbahçe2–1Galatasaray ¤Ankara 19 Mayıs Stadı
1974Beşiktaş3–0Fenerbahçe ¤Ankara 19 Mayıs Stadı23,435
1975Fenerbahçe2–0BeşiktaşCebeci İnönü Stadı
1976Trabzonspor2–1GalatasarayAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı
1977Trabzonspor ¤1–1 (3–1 p)BeşiktaşAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı
1978Trabzonspor1–0FenerbahçeAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı13,550
1979Trabzonspor2–1FenerbahçeAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı23,354
1980Trabzonspor3–0AltayAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı11,098
1981Ankaragücü1–0TrabzonsporAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı15,976
1982Galatasaray2–0BeşiktaşAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı20,000
1983Trabzonspor 2–0Fenerbahçe ¤Ankara 19 Mayıs Stadı17,895
1984Fenerbahçe 1–0Trabzonspor ¤Ankara 19 Mayıs Stadı12,021
1985Fenerbahçe1–1 (4–2 p)GalatasarayAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı18,757
1986Beşiktaş2–1BursasporAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı13,783
1987Galatasaray3–2GençlerbirliğiAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı22,773
1988Galatasaray2–0SakaryasporAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı19,845
1989Beşiktaş1–0FenerbahçeAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı15,055
1990Fenerbahçe 3–2Beşiktaş ¤Ankara 19 Mayıs Stadı
1991Galatasaray1–0BeşiktaşAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı14,650
1992Beşiktaş2–1TrabzonsporAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı20,000
1993Galatasaray ¤2–0Beşiktaş Ankara 19 Mayıs Stadı18,836
1994Beşiktaş3–1GalatasarayAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı
1995Trabzonspor2–0BeşiktaşAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı
1996Galatasaray3–0FenerbahçeAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı
1997Galatasaray2–1KocaelisporAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı20,000
1998Beşiktaş2–1GalatasarayAnkara 19 Mayıs Stadı11,962
1999No competition. Galatasaray (Süper Lig and Türkiye Kupası) – Beşiktaş (Türkiye Kupası runner-up)
2000No competition. Galatasaray (Süper Lig and Türkiye Kupası) – Antalyaspor (Türkiye Kupası runner-up)
2001No competition. Fenerbahçe (Süper Lig) – Gençlerbirliği (Türkiye Kupası)
2002No competition. Galatasaray (Süper Lig ) – Kocaelispor (Türkiye Kupası)
2003No competition. Beşiktaş (Süper Lig) – Trabzonspor (Türkiye Kupası)
2004No competition. Fenerbahçe (Süper Lig) – Trabzonspor (Türkiye Kupası)
2005No competition. Fenerbahçe (Süper Lig) – Galatasaray (Türkiye Kupası)
2006Beşiktaş1–0GalatasarayGermanyCommerzbank-Arena25,500
2007Fenerbahçe2–1BeşiktaşGermanyRheinEnergieStadion38,000
2008Galatasaray2–1KayserisporGermanySchauinsland-Reisen-Arena20,000
2009Fenerbahçe #2–0Beşiktaş ¤Atatürk Olimpiyat Stadı
2010Trabzonspor3–0BursasporAtatürk Olimpiyat Stadı
2011No competition because of 2011 Turkish sports corruption scandal. Fenerbahçe (Süper Lig) – Beşiktaş (Türkiye Kupası)
2012Galatasaray3–2FenerbahçeErzurum Universiade Arena25,000
2013Galatasaray1–0FenerbahçeKadir Has Stadı32,000
2014Fenerbahçe0–0 (3–2 p)GalatasarayManisa 19 Mayıs Stadı16,597
2015Galatasaray ¤ 1–0Bursaspor #Osmanlı Stadı15,000
2016Galatasaray1–1 (3–0 p)BeşiktaşTorku Arena33,700

Performances

Club Winners Runners-up % Wins Years won Years runners-up
Galatasaray
15
8
65%
1966, 1969, 1972, 1982, 1987, 1988, 1991, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2008, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016 1971, 1973, 1976, 1985, 1994, 1998, 2006, 2014
Fenerbahçe
9
9
50%
1968, 1973, 1975, 1984, 1985, 1990, 2007, 2009, 2014 1970, 1974, 1978, 1979, 1983, 1989, 1996, 2012, 2013
Beşiktaş
8
11
42%
1967, 1974, 1986, 1989, 1992, 1994, 1998, 2006 1966, 1975, 1977, 1982, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1995, 2007, 2009, 2016
Trabzonspor
8
3
72%
1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1983, 1995, 2010 1981, 1984, 1992
Göztepe
1
1
50%
1970 1969
Ankaragücü
1
1
50%
1981 1972
Eskişehirspor
1
0
100%
1971
Bursaspor
0
3
0%
1986, 2010, 2015
Altay
0
2
0%
1967, 1980
Gençlerbirliği
0
1
0%
1987
Kocaelispor
0
1
0%
1997
Sakaryaspor
0
1
0%
1988
Kayserispor
0
1
0%
2008

Most common matchups

# Club (wins) Club (wins) Finals
8
Beşiktaş (3) Galatasaray (5) 1966, 1982, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1998, 2006, 2016
<center>6 Beşiktaş (2) Fenerbahçe (4) 1974, 1975, 1989, 1990, 2007, 2009
<center>6 Fenerbahçe (3) Galatasaray (3) 1973, 1985, 1996, 2012, 2013, 2014
<center>4 Fenerbahçe (1) Trabzonspor (3) 1978, 1979, 1983, 1984
<center>3 Beşiktaş (1) Trabzonspor (2) 1977, 1992, 1995

Records

Managers

See also

External links

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