2019/20 Spanish Super Cup: kick-off times announced
The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has confirmed the kick-off times of January's expanded Spanish Super Cup in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has announced the kick-off times of the three games to be played in January's revamped Spanish Super Cup.
Spanish Super Cup a four-team event for first time
For the first time, the previously two-team Super Cup will involve four clubs - Valencia, Barcelona, Atlético Madrid and Real Madrid - who will fight it out for the trophy over two semi-finals and a final, all played in single-game format.
The tournament will be held at the King Abdullah International Stadium in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, after it was confirmed in November's Super Cup draw that the Asian country is to host the event for the next three years.
2019/20 Spanish Super Cup: kick-off times
Valencia vs Real Madrid, 20:00 CET on Wednesday 8 January
Barcelona vs Atlético Madrid, 20:00 CET on Thursday 9 January
Winner semi-final one vs winner semi-final two, 19:00 CET on Sunday 12 January
⚠️ OFICIAL | Estos son los horarios de los partidos de la #Supercopa2020 que se disputará en Yeda.— RFEF (@rfef) December 4, 2019
⚽️ @valenciacf 🆚 @realmadrid | 8 de enero (20:00 horas)
⚽️ @FCBarcelona_es 🆚 @Atleti | 9 de enero (20:00 horas)
🏆 FINAL | 12 de enero (19:00 horas)
ℹ️ https://t.co/gByzwnU8u9 pic.twitter.com/auikJfsuGZ
Valencia, Barcelona, Atleti, Real: who qualified how?
Valencia and Barcelona qualify as winners and runners-up in last season's Copa del Rey, respectively, while Atlético and Real are included because they were the two highest-placed teams in LaLiga behind champions Barça.
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