Cypriot Super Cup

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Cypriot Super Cup
Founded1951;70 years ago (1951)
Region Flag of Cyprus.svg Cyprus (Cyprus Football Association)
Number of teams2
Current champions Omonia
(17th title)
Most successful club(s) Omonia
(17 titles)
Television broadcasters CytaVision
ANT1
Sigma TV
Alpha TV Cyprus

The Cypriot Super Cup is a Cypriot association football trophy, contested in an annual match between the Cypriot First Division Champion and the Cypriot Cup winners. If a team wins The Double (both the Championship and the Cup), then the Double winner plays the Cypriot Cup finalist. The match is contested at the beginning of the football season, and for the last 20 years in Nicosia; also for the past few seasons, after the construction of the GSP Stadium in Nicosia, it has been played almost every year in that stadium. If the match is tied then the penalties shoot out follows.

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The first match was played in 1951, under the name Pakkos Shield (Ασπίδα Πάκκου), and continued until 1967. Until then, no trophy was awarded, but according to the rule, the team that would have won the trophy most of the times, that it would have been awarded the trophy to that team. The first Shield was finally awarded to Çetinkaya, who were the first club to win the trophy three times. At that time if the winner was both Champion and Cup-winner, then it was automatically awarded as the Cypriot FA Shield winner. [ citation needed ]

For ten years the competition wasn't held and began again in 1979 under the name Stylianakis Shield, for honor to a former president of Cyprus Football Association. It lasted for 10 years as Stylianakis Shield and was awarded to Omonia in 1988, with 7 times winner. [ citation needed ]

The competition was renamed to Cyprus Football Association Shield in 1989. From 2008 to 2013, the competition was held under the name LTV Super Cup, taking the name of the competition's sponsor LTV. After LTV's withdrawal as the competition's sponsor in 2014, the competition is simply called the Super Cup. [1]

The most successful team in the competition are Omonia, winners on seventeen occasions.

Cypriot Super Cup Finals

List of finals: [2]

YearWinnerScoreRunner-up
Pakkos Shield [3]
1951 Çetinkaya Türk 5–1 APOEL
1952 Çetinkaya Türk 2–1 APOEL
1953 AEL Limassol 4–2 EPA Larnaca
1954 Çetinkaya Türk 2–1 Pezoporikos Larnaca
1955 EPA Larnaca 4–2 AEL Limassol
1956–1961Not held
1962 Anorthosis Famagusta [4] Without opponent
1963 APOEL 1–0 Anorthosis Famagusta
1964–1965Not held
1966 Omonia 3–1 Apollon Limassol
1967 Olympiakos Nicosia 1–0 Apollon Limassol
1968 AEL Limassol 2–1 APOEL
1969–1978Not held
Stylianakis Shield [3]
1979 Omonia 3–0 APOEL
1980 Omonia 1–1

(2–1 aet)

APOEL
1981 Omonia 4–1 Enosis Neon Paralimni
1982 Omonia 2–0 Apollon Limassol
1983 Omonia 3–1 Enosis Neon Paralimni
1984 APOEL 3–2 Omonia
1985 AEL Limassol 1–0 Omonia
1986 APOEL 5–5 (6–5 aet) Apollon Limassol
1987 Omonia 2–1 AEL Limassol
1988 Omonia 0–0 (1–0 aet) Pezoporikos Larnaca
Cyprus FA Shield [5]
1989 Omonia 1–1 (3–1 aet) AEL Limassol
1990 Nea Salamina 1–0 APOEL
1991 Omonia 4–0 Apollon Limassol
1992 APOEL 3–0 Apollon Limassol
1993 APOEL 4–3 Omonia
1994 Omonia 2–1 Apollon Limassol
1995 Anorthosis Famagusta 1–1 (aet, 5–4 pen) APOEL
1996 APOEL 1–0 AEK Larnaca
1997 APOEL 2–1 Anorthosis Famagusta
1998 Anorthosis Famagusta 4–1 Apollon Limassol
1999 Anorthosis Famagusta 2–0 APOEL
2000 Anorthosis Famagusta 2–1 Omonia
2001 Omonia 1–0 Apollon Limassol
2002 APOEL 6–3 Anorthosis Famagusta
2003 Omonia 3–2 Anorthosis Famagusta
2004 APOEL 3–3 (5–4 aet) AEK Larnaca
2005 Omonia 1–1 (2–2 aet, 5–4 pen) Anorthosis Famagusta
2006 Apollon Limassol 1–1 (3–1 aet) APOEL
2007 Anorthosis Famagusta 2–1 APOEL
LTV Super Cup [5]
2008 APOEL 1–0 Anorthosis Famagusta
2009 APOEL 2–1 APOP Kinyras
2010 Omonia 1–1 (aet, 3–2 pen) Apollon Limassol
2011 APOEL 1–0 Omonia
2012 Omonia 5–3 AEL Limassol
2013 APOEL 1–0 Apollon Limassol
Super Cup [5]
2014 Ermis Aradippou 2–1 APOEL
2015 AEL Limassol 0–0 (4–3 pen) APOEL
2016 Apollon Limassol 2–1 APOEL
2017 Apollon Limassol 2–1 APOEL
2018 AEK Larnaca 1–1 (4–1 pen) APOEL
2019 APOEL 1–0 AEL Limassol
2020Not held
2021 Omonia 1–1 (3–2 pen) Anorthosis Famagusta

Performances

Performance by club

ClubWinnersRunners-upWinning Years
Omonia 1751966, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1994, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2010, 2012, 2021
APOEL 14151963, 1984, 1986, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2002, 2004, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2019
Anorthosis Famagusta 671962, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2007
AEL Limassol 451953, 1968, 1985, 2015
Çetinkaya Türk 31951, 1952, 1954
Apollon Limassol 3112006, 2016, 2017
AEK Larnaca 122018
EPA Larnaca 111955
Olympiakos Nicosia 11967
Nea Salamina 11990
Ermis Aradippou 12014
Enosis Neon Paralimni 2
Pezoporikos Larnaca 2
APOP Kinyras 1

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References

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  2. "Cyprus - List of Super Cup Finals". www.rsssf.com. Retrieved 6 April 2018.
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  4. Anorthosis won the double during the previous season, so automatically they became the Super Cup winner.
  5. 1 2 3 Αγώνες - Κατακτήσεις / Super Cup (in Greek). cfa.com.cy. 17 January 2016. Retrieved 17 January 2016.[ permanent dead link ]