Which team has won the Super Cup the most times? Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atlético…
Real Madrid is the team with most LaLiga trophies, while archrivals Barcelona are the Spanish Cup kings. But who has more Super Cup titles?
The Spanish Cup, known as Supercopa de España, is a competition in which the winners and runners-up of LaLiga play against the winners and runners-up of the Spanish Cup (Copa del Rey).
It was founded in 1982 as a two-team tournament, with the winners of La Liga and the Copa champions fighting for the trophy in a two-legged affair, with the aggregate winner taking home the trophy.
But since the 2019-20 season, the tournament is contested by four teams, with two semi-finals and a final, all of which are single-leg games.
Barcelona and Real Madrid have historically dominated in the LaLiga standings and in recent years Atlético Madrid have also had their say in the domestic competition and in Europe.
Which is the most successful team in the Spanish Super Cup?
Barcelona are the team with the most titles, with a total of 13. The Catalan giants have two more trophies than their archrivals Real Madrid, who lifted the trophy 11 times.
The Catalan club have featured in the Spanish Super Cup 25 times, while Madrid have taken part in 16 editions. They have been paired together in the Super Cup in seven occasions, with Madrid coming out on top five times.
Deportivo de La Coruña are third in the ranking, with three titles, while Atlético Madrid have won it on two occasions.
A group of five teams conquered only once: Sevilla, Valencia, Real Zaragoza, Real Mallorca, and Real Sociedad.
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