Danish Supercup

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The Danish Super Cup was played for by the Danish League champions and the Danish Cup Winners. [1]

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Winners

Total titles

TitlesTeam
4 Brøndby IF
3 F.C. Copenhagen
1 AB, Viborg FF

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References

  1. "Denmark - List of Super Cup Finals". www.rsssf.com. Retrieved 2021-08-08.