|Organising body||Football Federation of Kazakhstan|
|Number of teams||2 (until 2020)|
|Current champions||Tobol (1st title)|
|Most successful club(s)||Astana (5 titles)|
|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.
The inaugural edition of the trophy was in 2008.
|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|
|2009||Awarded 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 |
| Kairat |
Winner of the 2014 Kazakhstan Cup
|Astana Arena, Astana||14,000|
|8 March 2016|| Kairat |
Winner of the 2015 Kazakhstan Cup
|0 – 0 |
| 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|
|2021||Tobol||1 – 1 |
|Astana||Kairat & Shakhter Karagandy||Turkistan Arena, Turkistan|
|Team||Winner||Runner-up||Semi-finalist||Years won||Years runner-up||Years semi-finalist|
|Astana||5||4||-||2011, 2015, 2018, 2019, 2020||2013, 2016, 2017, 2021||-|
|Aktobe||3||–||–||2008, 2010, 2014||–||–|
|Kairat||2||3||1||2016, 2017||2015, 2018, 2019||2021|
The material is made out of jasper at Jewellery Plant in Zlatoust. The height is 55 cm.
|Maksat Baizhanov||Shakhter Karagandy||1||4||0.25|
|Andrey Paryvayew||Shakhter Karagandy||1||3||0.33|
|Zhambyl Kukeyev||Shakhter Karagandy||1||2||0.5|
|Jean-Ali Payruz||Shakhter Karagandy||1||2||0.5|
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