Armenian Supercup

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Armenian Supercup
Organising body FFA
Founded1997;24 years ago (1997)
RegionFlag of Armenia.svg  Armenia
Number of teams2
Domestic cup(s) Armenian Supercup
Current champions Noah (1st title)
Most successful club(s) Pyunik (9 titles)
Soccerball current event.svg 2020 Armenian Supercup

The Armenian Supercup is a match that is played between the Armenian Premier League Champion and Armenian Cup Winner. It is named after Hakob Tonoyan and typically takes place in May every year with some exceptions.

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Results

Armenian Supercup winners [1] [2]
DateWinnerScoreRunners–upVenueAttendance
9 June 1996 Shirak 3–1 Pyunik Hrazdan Stadium
15 June 1997 Pyunik 2–0 Ararat Yerevan Hrazdan Stadium
15 November 1998 Tsement Ararat 1–1
(p (4–3))
Shirak Hrazdan Stadium
18 December 1999 Shirak 2–1 Tsement Ararat Hrazdan Stadium
2000-01Match not held
9 May 2002 Pyunik
Winner of 2001 Armenian Premier League
2–1 Mika
Winner of 2001 Armenian Cup
Republican Stadium
9 May 2003 Shirak
Runner-up of 2002 Armenian Premier League
2–1 Pyunik
Winner of 2002 Armenian Premier League
and 2002 Armenian Cup
Republican Stadium
2004 Pyunik
Winner of 2003 Armenian Premier League
1–0
aet
Mika
Winner of 2003 Armenian Cup
Republican Stadium
2005 Pyunik
Winner of 2004 Armenian Premier League
and the 2004 Armenian Cup
1–0 Banants
Runner-up of 2004 Armenian Cup
Republican Stadium
2006 Mika
Winner of 2005 Armenian Cup
3–2 Pyunik
Winner of 2005 Armenian Premier League
Republican Stadium
2007 Pyunik
Winner of 2006 Armenian Premier League
2–1
aet
Mika
Winner of 2006 Armenian Cup
Republican Stadium
2008 Pyunik
Winner of 2007 Armenian Premier League
1–0 Banants
Winner of 2007 Armenian Cup
Hrazdan Stadium
24 September 2009 Ararat Yerevan
Winner of 2008 Armenian Cup
2–1 Pyunik
Winner of 2008 Armenian Premier League
Republican Stadium 2,000
24 September 2010 Pyunik
Winner of 2009 Armenian Premier League
and the 2009 Armenian Cup
2–0 Banants
Runner-up of 2009 Armenian Cup
Republican Stadium 2,100
24 September 2011 Pyunik
Winner of 2010 Armenian Premier League
and the 2010 Armenian Cup
3–0 Banants
Runner-up of 2010 Armenian Cup
Republican Stadium 500
24 September 2012 Mika
Winner of 2011 Armenian Cup
0–0
(p (5–3))
Ulisses
Winner of 2011 Armenian Premier League
Republican Stadium 560
24 September 2013 Shirak
Winner of 2012–13 Armenian Premier League
2–0 Pyunik
Winner of 2012–13 Armenian Cup
Republican Stadium 1,000
24 September 2014 Banants
Winner of 2013–14 Armenian Premier League
3–0 Pyunik
Winner of 2013–14 Armenian Cup
Yerevan Football Academy Stadium
24 September 2015 Pyunik
Winner of the 2014–15 Armenian Premier League
and the 2014–15 Armenian Cup
3–0 Mika
Runner-up of the 2014–15 Armenian Cup
Republican Stadium 1,000
24 September 2016 Alashkert
Winner of the 2015–16 Armenian Cup
1–1
(p (3–2))
Banants
Winner of the 2015–16 Armenian Premier League
Republican Stadium 700
24 September 2017 Shirak
Winner of the 2016–17 Armenian Cup
2–0 Alashkert
Winner of the 2016–17 Armenian Premier League
Republican Stadium 2,000
29 July 2018 Alashkert
Winner of the 2017–18 Armenian Premier League
2–0 Gandzasar Kapan
Winner of the 2017–18 Armenian Cup
Republican Stadium 700
24 September 2019 Ararat-Armenia
Winner of the 2018–19 Armenian Premier League
3–2
aet
Alashkert
Winner of the 2018–19 Armenian Cup
Republican Stadium 1,000
9 August 2020 Noah
Winner of the 2019–20 Armenian Cup
2–1
aet
Ararat-Armenia
Winner of the 2019–20 Armenian Premier League
Football Academy Stadium 0

Results by team

Since its establishment, the Armenian Supercup has been won by eight different teams. Teams shown in italics are no longer in existence.

Results by team
ClubWinsFirst Supercup wonLast Supercup wonRunners-upLast Supercup lostTotal Supercup
appearances
Pyunik 9 1998 2015 6 2014 15
Shirak 5 2000 2017 1 1999 7
Mika 2 2006 2012 4 2015 6
Alashkert 2 2016 2018 2 2019 4
Urartu [upper-alpha 1] 1 2014 2014 5 2016 6
Ararat Yerevan 1 2009 2009 1 1998 2
Araks Ararat [upper-alpha 2] 1 1999 1999 1 2000 2
Ararat-Armenia 1 2019 2019 1 2020 2
Noah 1 2020 2020 01
Ulisses 01 2012 1
Gandzasar Kapan 01 2018 1
  1. Urartu's total includes one win and five defeats under the earlier name of Banants.
  2. Araks Ararat's total includes one win and one defeat under the earlier name of Tsement Ararat.

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References

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  2. https://int.soccerway.com/national/armenia/super-cup/c850/archive/?ICID=PL_3N_04