Maltese Super Cup

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Maltese Super Cup
Organising body Malta Football Association
Founded1985;36 years ago (1985)
Region Malta
Number of teams2
Current champions Valletta (13th title)
Most successful club(s) Valletta (13 titles)
Soccerball current event.svg 2018 Maltese Super Cup

The Maltese Super Cup is an annual super cup tie held in Malta between the champions of the previous Maltese Premier League season and the holders of the Maltese FA Trophy. In the event that the Premier League champion also won the FA Trophy, the league runners-up takes its place as the opposition. Up till 2003, the match used to be played at the end of the season, however this was altered to be played around mid-December.


The current holders are Valletta, who defeated Balzan 2–1 in the final played on 21 December 2019. [1]


1985 Rabat Ajax 2–0 Żurrieq
1986 Rabat Ajax 4–2 Hibernians
1987 Ħamrun Spartans 3–0 Valletta
1988 Ħamrun Spartans 1–0 (a.e.t) Sliema Wanderers
1989 Ħamrun Spartans 3–3 (a.e.t)
6–7 (pen.)
Sliema Wanderers
1990 Valletta 3–0 Sliema Wanderers
1991 Ħamrun Spartans 1–1 (a.e.t)
6–5 (pen.)
1992 Ħamrun Spartans 2–0 Valletta
1993 Floriana 4–1 Valletta
1994 Hibernians 2–2 (a.e.t)
5–4 (pen.)
1995 Valletta 2–2 (a.e.t)
6–5 (pen.)
1996 Sliema Wanderers 0–0 (a.e.t)
3–2 (pen.)
1997 Valletta 5–2 Birkirkara
1998 Valletta 2–0 Hibernians
1999 Valletta 2–1 Birkirkara
2000 Sliema Wanderers 3–0 Birkirkara
2001 Valletta 2–1 Sliema Wanderers
2002 Birkirkara 1–0 (a.e.t) Hibernians
2003 Birkirkara 2–0 Sliema Wanderers
2004 Birkirkara 3–1 (a.e.t) Sliema Wanderers
2005 Birkirkara 3–0 Sliema Wanderers
2006 Birkirkara 2–1 Hibernians
2007 Hibernians 3–1 Marsaxlokk
2008 Valletta 2–0 Birkirkara
2009 Sliema Wanderers 0–1 Hibernians
2010 Valletta 3–2 (a.e.t) Birkirkara
2011 Valletta 3–0 Floriana
2012 Valletta 3–1 Hibernians
2013 Birkirkara 3–2 Hibernians
2014 Birkirkara 2–1 Valletta
2015 Hibernians 2–1 Birkirkara
2016 Valletta 2–1 Sliema Wanderers
2017 Floriana 1–0 Hibernians
2018 Valletta 2–1 Balzan
2019 Valletta 2–1 Balzan
2020Not held. [2]

Results by club

ClubWinsLast final wonRunners-upLast final lostTotal appearances
Valletta 1320196201418
Birkirkara 720146201513
Ħamrun Spartans 5199205
Hibernians 320159201712
Sliema Wanderers 320098201611
Rabat Ajax 2198602
Floriana 22017220114
Balzan 0220192
Żurrieq 0119851
Marsaxlokk 0120041

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  2. "Malta - List of Super Cup Finals".