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Andorran Supercup

The Andorran Supercup (Catalan: Supercopa andorrana de futbol)is the football (soccer) supercup of Andorra. It has been played since 2003. It is a single match at the beginning of the season between the winners of the Andorran First Division and the Andorran Cup. Every match is played in the Aixovall, Andorra la Vella.

Only four clubs have managed to win: UE Sant Julià has won five Supercups, FC Santa Coloma five Supercups, FC Lusitanos two Supercups and FC Rànger's one Supercup.

Winners of the Andorran Supercup

Season Winner Score Runner-up
2003 FC Santa Coloma 3–2 (aet) UE Sant Julià
2004 UE Sant Julià 2–1 FC Santa Coloma
2005 FC Santa Coloma 1–0 UE Sant Julià
2006 FC Rànger's 4–3 (aet) FC Santa Coloma
2007 FC Santa Coloma 1–0 FC Rànger's
2008 FC Santa Coloma 3–0 UE Sant Julià
2009 UE Sant Julià 2–1 FC Santa Coloma
2010 UE Sant Julià 3–2 (aet) FC Santa Coloma
2011 UE Sant Julià 4–3 FC Santa Coloma
2012 FC Lusitanos 2–1 FC Santa Coloma
2013 FC Lusitanos 1–0 UE Santa Coloma
2014 UE Sant Julià 1–0 FC Santa Coloma
2015 FC Santa Coloma 1–1 (5-4p) UE Sant Julià

Performance by club

Club Winners Runner-ups Winning Years Runner-up Years
FC Santa Coloma
2003, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2015 2004, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014
UE Sant Julià
2004, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2014 2003, 2005, 2008, 2015
FC Lusitanos
2012, 2013
FC Rànger's
2006 2007
UE Santa Coloma

External links

  • RSSSF - Andorran Supercup results

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