Greek Super Cup

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Κύπελλο Φιλίας και Αλληλεγγύης
Cup of Friendship and Solidarity
Sport Football
Founded1980
No. of teams2
Country Greece
Most titles Olympiacos
(4)

The Greek Super Cup (Greek : Σούπερ Καπ Ελλάδος), officially known as the Cup of Friendship and Solidarity (Greek : Κύπελλο Φιλίας και Αλληλεγγύης) was a Greek association football one-match competition which was contested annually by the Super League champion club and the winners of the Greek Cup. [1] [2]

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The first match took place in 1980 at the Karaiskakis Stadium in Piraeus. [3] Then and until 1994, matches were played at Olympic Stadium, while in 1996 and 2007 they were played at Karaiskakis Stadium.

The matches

Edition by PSAT

SeasonWinnerScoreRunner-upVenue
1980 Olympiacos
4-3
Kastoria
Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus

The 1980 matches were organized by the Union of Sport Press. [4]

Editions by HFF

SeasonWinnerScoreRunner-upVenue
1987 Olympiacos 1–0 OFI Olympic Stadium, Marousi, Athens
1988 Panathinaikos 3–1 Larissa Olympic Stadium, Marousi, Athens
1989 AEK 1–1 (6–5 pen.) Panathinaikos Olympic Stadium, Marousi, Athens
1990not held
1991
1992 Olympiacos 3–1 AEK Athens
Olympic Stadium, Marousi, Athens
1993 Panathinaikos 1–0 AEK Athens Olympic Stadium, Marousi, Athens
1994 Panathinaikos 3–0 AEK Athens Olympic Stadium, Marousi, Athens
1995not held
1996 AEK 1–1 (9–8 pen.) Panathinaikos Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus, Attica
1997not held
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007 Olympiacos 1–0 Larissa Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus, Attica
2008not held
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
2020

Performance by club

Note: winning years are marked with bold.

ClubWinnersRunners-upParticipation Years
Olympiacos 401980, 1987, 1992, 2007
Panathinaikos 32 1988, 1989 , 1993, 1994, 1996
AEK [5] 23 1989, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996
Larissa - 2 1988, 2007
Kastoria - 1 1980
OFI - 1 1987

Matches details

Olympiacos 1–0 OFI Crete
Panathinaikos 3–1 AEL
AEK Athens 1–1
(6–5 pen.)
Panathinaikos
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Olympic Stadium , Marousi
Attendance: 39,300
Referee: Makis Germanakos (Athens)
Olympiacos 3–1 AEK Athens
Olympic Stadium , Marousi
Attendance: 29,371
Referee: Vasilis Nikakis (Aetoloacarnania)
Panathinaikos 1–0 AEK Athens
Olympic Stadium , Marousi
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Vasilis Nikakis (Aetoloacarnania)
Panathinaikos 3–0 AEK Athens
Olympic Stadium , Marousi
Attendance: 15,457
Referee: Thanasis Zachariadis (Macedonia)
AEK Athens 1–1
(9–8 pen.)
Panathinaikos
Karaiskakis Stadium , Piraeus
Attendance: 21,926
Referee: Giannis Latsios (Larissa)
Olympiacos 1–0 AEL
Report
Karaiskakis Stadium , Piraeus
Attendance: 7,141
Referee: Kostas Kapitanis (Cyprus)

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