Kazakhstan Super Cup

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Kazakhstan Super Cup
Organising body Football Federation of Kazakhstan
Founded2008
RegionKazakhstan
Number of teams2 (until 2020)
4 (2021–present)
Current champions Tobol (1st title)
Most successful club(s) Astana (5 titles)
Soccerball current event.svg 2021 Kazakhstan Super Cup

The Kazakhstan Super Cup (Kazakh : Қазақстан Суперкубогы, Qazaqstan Sýperkýbogy) is a one-match football annual competition. The two participating clubs are the Kazakhstan Premier League champion and the Kazakhstan Cup winner. If these two competitions are won by the same team, then the other participant will be the runner-up of Kazakhstan Premier League.

Contents

The inaugural edition of the trophy was in 2008. [1]

Finals by year

Two-team format

SeasonWinnerScoreRunner-upVenueAttendance
2 March 2008 Aktobe
Winner of the 2007 Kazakhstan Premier League
2 – 0 Tobol
Winner of the 2007 Kazakhstan Cup
Central Stadium, Almaty 12,000
2009Awarded automatically to Aktobe after they won the League and Cup Double
14 March 2010 Aktobe
Winner of the 2009 Kazakhstan Premier League
2 – 0 Atyrau
Winner of the 2009 Kazakhstan Cup
Astana Arena, Astana 8,000
2 March 2011 Astana
Winner of the 2010 Kazakhstan Cup
2 – 1 Tobol
Winner of the 2010 Kazakhstan Premier League
Astana Arena, Astana 4,100
6 March 2012 Ordabasy
Winner of the 2011 Kazakhstan Cup
1 – 0 Shakhter Karagandy
Winner of the 2011 Kazakhstan Premier League
Astana Arena, Astana 12,000
3 March 2013 Shakhter Karagandy
Winner of the 2012 Kazakhstan Premier League
3 – 2 Astana
Winner of the 2012 Kazakhstan Cup
Astana Arena, Astana 11,200
9 March 2014 Aktobe
Winner of the 2013 Kazakhstan Premier League
1 – 0 Shakhter Karagandy
Winner of the 2013 Kazakhstan Cup
Astana Arena, Astana 14,000
1 March 2015 Astana
Winner of the 2014 Kazakhstan Premier League
0 – 0
(a.e.t.)
(3–2 pen.)
Kairat
Winner of the 2014 Kazakhstan Cup
Astana Arena, Astana 14,000
8 March 2016 Kairat
Winner of the 2015 Kazakhstan Cup
0 – 0
(a.e.t.)
(5–4 pen.)
Astana
Winner of the 2015 Kazakhstan Premier League
Astana Arena, Astana 14,500
4 March 2017 Kairat
Runners up in the 2016 Kazakhstan Cup
2 – 0 Astana
Winner of the 2016 Kazakhstan Premier League & 2016 Kazakhstan Cup
Central Stadium, Almaty 13,500
4 March 2018 Astana
Winner of the 2017 Kazakhstan Premier League
3 – 0 Kairat
Winner of the 2017 Kazakhstan Cup
Astana Arena, Astana 12,500
3 March 2019 Astana
Winner of the 2018 Kazakhstan Premier League
2 – 0 Kairat
Winner of the 2018 Kazakhstan Cup
Central Stadium, Almaty 16,000
29 February 2020 Astana
Winner of the 2019 Kazakhstan Premier League
1 – 0 Kaisar
Winner of the 2019 Kazakhstan Cup
Tobol Arena, Kostanay 2,900

Four-team format

YearChampionsScoreRunners-upSemi-finalistsStadium
2021 [2] Tobol 1 – 1
(5–4 pen.)
Astana Kairat & Shakhter Karagandy Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Turkistan Arena, Turkistan

Titles by team in Super Cup

TeamWinnerRunner-upSemi-finalistYears wonYears runner-upYears semi-finalist
Astana 54- 2011, 2015, 2018, 2019, 2020 2013, 2016, 2017, 2021 -
Aktobe 3 2008, 2010, 2014
Kairat 231 2016, 2017 2015, 2018, 2019 2021
Shakhter 121 2013 2012, 2014 2021
Ordabasy 1 2012
Tobol 12 2021 2008, 2011 -
Atyrau 1 2010
Kaisar 1 2020

The trophy

The material is made out of jasper at Jewellery Plant in Zlatoust. The height is 55 cm. [3]

All-time top goalscorers

As of match played 6 March 2021
PlayerTeam(s)GoalsAppsRatio
Flag of Russia.svg Sergei Strukov Aktobe 321.5
Flag of Croatia.svg Marin Tomasov Astana 350.6
Flag of Moldova.svg Igor Bugaiov Astana 212
Flag of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.svg Junior Kabananga Astana 221
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Serhiy Malyi Tobol 250.4
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Evgeniy Averchenko Aktobe 111
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Aleksandr Kislitsyn Tobol 111
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Kairat Ashirbekov Ordabasy 111
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Maksat Baizhanov Shakhter Karagandy 140.25
Flag of Belarus.svg Andrey Paryvayew Shakhter Karagandy 130.33
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Zhambyl Kukeyev Shakhter Karagandy 120.5
Flag of the Central African Republic.svg Foxi Kéthévoama Astana 120.5
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Sergei Ostapenko Astana 111
Flag of Brazil.svg Danilo Neco Aktobe 111
Flag of Spain.svg César Arzo Kairat 111
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Islambek Kuat Kairat 140.25
Flag of Belarus.svg Ivan Mayewski Astana 140.25
Flag of Cyprus.svg Pieros Sotiriou Astana 111
Flag of Montenegro.svg Žarko Tomašević Astana 111
Flag of Armenia.svg Tigran Barseghyan Astana 120.5
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Askhat Tagybergen Tobol 130.33
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Serikzhan Muzhikov Tobol 140.25
Flag of Montenegro.svg Nebojša Kosović Kairat 110.33
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Artur Shushenachev Kairat 110.5
Flag of Kyrgyzstan.svg Gulzhigit Alykulov Kairat 110.33
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Jean-Ali Payruz Shakhter Karagandy 120.5
Flag of Belarus.svg Dzyanis Palyakow Kairat 120.5
Flag of Germany.svg Streli Mamba Kairat 120.5

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