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|Number of teams||2|
|Current champions|| Cracovia |
|Most successful club(s)|| Lech Poznań |
The Polish SuperCup in football (official Polish title: Superpuchar Polski [Polish pronunciation: [supɛrˈpuxar ˈpɔlskʲi] ]) is an annually held match between the champions of the Ekstraklasa and the Polish Cup winners or, if the Ekstraklasa champions also win the Polish Cup, the Cup's runners-up. As of 2020, the Polish SuperCup has been played 30 times. The most successful club is Lech Poznań, who won 6 times. The most common participant are Legia Warsaw, as they played ten final games and have lost their seven following finals since 2012.
|Year||Host City||Ekstraklasa champions||Score|| Polish Cup winners/|
|19801||Warsaw||Legia Warsaw||Szombierki Bytom|
|1983||Gdańsk||Lech Poznań||0–1||Lechia Gdańsk|
|1987||Białystok||Górnik Zabrze||0–2||Śląsk Wrocław|
|1988||Piotrków Trybunalski||Górnik Zabrze||2–1||Lech Poznań|
|1989||Zamość||Ruch Chorzów||0–3||Legia Warsaw|
|1990||Bydgoszcz||Lech Poznań||3–1||Legia Warsaw|
|1991||Włocławek||Zagłębie Lubin||1–1 (2–3 p )||GKS Katowice|
|1992||Lubin||Lech Poznań||4–2||Miedź Legnica|
|1994||Płock||Legia Warsaw||6–4||ŁKS Łódź 4|
|1995||Rzeszów||Legia Warsaw||0–1||GKS Katowice 4|
|1996||Wodzisław Śląski||Widzew Łódź||0–0 (5–4 p )||Ruch Chorzów|
|1997||Warsaw||Widzew Łódź||1–2||Legia Warsaw|
|1998||Grodzisk Wielkopolski||ŁKS Łódź||0–1||Amica Wronki|
|1999||Ostrowiec Świętokrzyski||Wisła Kraków||0–1||Amica Wronki|
|2000||Płock||Polonia Warsaw||4–2||Amica Wronki|
|2001||Starachowice||Wisła Kraków||4–3||Polonia Warsaw|
|2004||Poznań||Wisła Kraków||2–2 (1–4 p )||Lech Poznań|
|2006||Warsaw||Legia Warsaw||1–2||Wisła Płock|
|2007||Lubin||Zagłębie Lubin||1–0||GKS Bełchatów 7|
|2008||Ostrowiec Świętokrzyski||Wisła Kraków||1–2||Legia Warsaw|
|2009||Lubin||Wisła Kraków||1–1 (3–4 p )||Lech Poznań|
|2010||Płock||Lech Poznań||0–1||Jagiellonia Białystok|
|2012||Warsaw||Śląsk Wrocław||1–1 (4–2 p )||Legia Warsaw|
|2014||Warsaw||Legia Warsaw||2–3||Zawisza Bydgoszcz|
|2015||Poznań||Lech Poznań||3–1||Legia Warsaw|
|2016||Warsaw||Legia Warsaw||1–4||Lech Poznań 4|
|2017||Warsaw||Legia Warsaw||1–1 (3–4 p )||Arka Gdynia|
|2018||Warsaw||Legia Warsaw||2–3||Arka Gdynia 4|
|2019||Gliwice||Piast Gliwice||1–3||Lechia Gdańsk|
|2020||Warsaw||Legia Warsaw||0–0 (4–5 p )||Cracovia|
|Club||Winners||Runners-up||Winning years||Losing years|
|Lech Poznań||6||3||1990, 1992, 2004, 2009, 2015, 2016||1983, 1988, 2010|
|Legia Warsaw||4||10||1989, 1994, 1997, 2008||1990, 1995, 2006, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2020|
|Lechia Gdańsk||2||–||1983, 2019||–|
|Amica Wronki||2||1||1998, 1999||2000|
|GKS Katowice||2||–||1991, 1995||–|
|Śląsk Wrocław||2||–||1987, 2012||–|
|Arka Gdynia||2||–||2017, 2018||–|
|Wisła Kraków||1||4||2001||1999, 2004, 2008, 2009|
|Ruch Chorzów||–||2||–||1989, 1996|
|ŁKS Łódź||–||2||–||1994, 1998|
|Polish Cup winners||16||8|
|Polish Cup runners-up||2||1|
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