Russian Super Cup

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Russian Super Cup
Russian Super Cup (2008).svg
Founded2003;18 years ago (2003)
CountryFlag of Russia.svg  Russia
Confederation UEFA
Number of teams 2
Current champions Zenit Saint Petersburg (6th title)
Most championships CSKA Moscow (7th titles)
TV partners Channel One
List of International broadcasters
Current: 2021 Russian Super Cup

The Russian Super Cup (Russian : Суперкубок России) is a one-match football annual competition. Its official sponsored name is TransTeleCom Russian Supercup (Russian : ТрансТелеКом Суперкубок России). The two participating clubs are the Russian Premier League champions and the Russian Cup winners. If the Premier League and the Cup are won by the same team, then the other participant is the league runners-up. The match is played at the beginning of the season, typically in July.

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The trophy has been contested since 2003.

Matches

SeasonWinnerScoreRunner-upVenueAttendance
2003
Details
Lokomotiv Moscow
Winner of 2002 Russian Premier League
1 – 1 ( a.e.t. )
4 – 3 ( p )
CSKA Moscow
Winner of 2001–02 Russian Cup
Lokomotiv Stadium,
Moscow
15,000
2004
Details
CSKA Moscow
Winner of 2003 Russian Premier League
3 – 1 ( a.e.t. ) Spartak Moscow
Winner of 2002–03 Russian Cup
Lokomotiv Stadium,
Moscow
18,000
2005
Details
Lokomotiv Moscow
Winner of 2004 Russian Premier League
1 – 0 Terek Grozny
Winner of 2003–04 Russian Cup
Lokomotiv Stadium,
Moscow
11,000
2006
Details
CSKA Moscow
Winner of 2005 Russian Premier League
and 2004–05 Russian Cup
3 – 2 Spartak Moscow
Runner-up of 2005 Russian Premier League
Luzhniki Stadium,
Moscow
43,000
2007
Details
CSKA Moscow
Winner of 2006 Russian Premier League
and 2005–06 Russian Cup
4 – 2 Spartak Moscow
Runner-up of 2006 Russian Premier League
Luzhniki Stadium,
Moscow
45,000
2008
Details
Zenit Saint Petersburg
Winner of 2007 Russian Premier League
2 – 1 Lokomotiv Moscow
Winner of 2006–07 Russian Cup
Luzhniki Stadium,
Moscow
48,000
2009
Details
CSKA Moscow
Winner of 2007–08 Russian Cup
2 – 1 ( a.e.t. ) Rubin Kazan
Winner of 2008 Russian Premier League
Luzhniki Stadium,
Moscow
15,000
2010
Details
Rubin Kazan
Winner of 2009 Russian Premier League
1 – 0 CSKA Moscow
Winner of 2008–09 Russian Cup
Luzhniki Stadium,
Moscow
17,000
2011
Details
Zenit Saint Petersburg
Winner of 2010 Russian Premier League
and 2009–10 Russian Cup
1 – 0 CSKA Moscow
Runner-up of 2010 Russian Premier League
Kuban Stadium,
Krasnodar
26,000
2012
Details
Rubin Kazan
Winner of 2011–12 Russian Cup
2 – 0 Zenit Saint Petersburg
Winner of 2011–12 Russian Premier League
Metallurg Stadium,
Samara
16,000
2013
Details
CSKA Moscow
Winner of 2012–13 Russian Premier League
and 2012–13 Russian Cup
3 – 0 Zenit Saint Petersburg
Runner-up of 2012–13 Russian Premier League
Olimp-2 Stadium,
Rostov-on-Don
16,000
2014
Details
CSKA Moscow
Winner of 2013–14 Russian Premier League
3 – 1 FC Rostov
Winner of 2013–14 Russian Cup
Kuban Stadium,
Krasnodar
13,150
2015
Details
Zenit Saint Petersburg
Winner of 2014–15 Russian Premier League
1 – 1 ( a.e.t. )
4 – 2 ( p )
Lokomotiv Moscow
Winner of 2014–15 Russian Cup
Petrovsky Stadium,
Saint Petersburg
17,337
2016
Details
Zenit Saint Petersburg
Winner of 2015–16 Russian Cup
1 – 0 CSKA Moscow
Winner of 2015–16 Russian Premier League
Lokomotiv Stadium,
Moscow
22,000
2017
Details
Spartak Moscow
Winner of 2016–17 Russian Premier League
2 – 1 ( a.e.t. ) Lokomotiv Moscow
Winner of 2016–17 Russian Cup
Lokomotiv Stadium,
Moscow
24,444
2018
Details
CSKA Moscow
Runner-up of 2017–18 Russian Premier League [note 1]
1 – 0 ( a.e.t. ) Lokomotiv Moscow
Winner of 2017–18 Russian Premier League
Nizhny Novgorod Stadium,
Nizhny Novgorod
43,319
2019
Details
Lokomotiv Moscow
Winner of 2018–19 Russian Cup
3 – 2 Zenit Saint Petersburg
Winner of 2018–19 Russian Premier League
VTB Arena,
Moscow
21,382
2020
Details
Zenit Saint Petersburg
Winner of 2019–20 Russian Premier League
and 2019–20 Russian Cup
2 – 1 Lokomotiv Moscow
Runner-up of 2019–20 Russian Premier League
VEB Arena,
Moscow
5,942
2021
Details
Zenit Saint Petersburg
Winner of 2020–21 Russian Premier League
3 – 0 Lokomotiv Moscow
Winner of 2020–21 Russian Cup
Kaliningrad Stadium,
Kaliningrad
16,388

Statistics by team

TeamYears wonRunners-up
CSKA Moscow 7 (2004, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2013, 2014, 2018)4 (2003, 2010, 2011, 2016)
Zenit Saint Petersburg 6 (2008, 2011, 2015, 2016, 2020, 2021)3 (2012, 2013, 2019)
Lokomotiv Moscow 3 (2003, 2005, 2019)6 (2008, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2020, 2021)
Rubin Kazan 2 (2010, 2012)1 (2009)
Spartak Moscow 1 (2017)3 (2004, 2006, 2007)
Terek Grozny 1 (2005)
Rostov 1 (2014)
Total1919

Statistics by player

PlayerYears wonRunners-up
Igor Akinfeev 7 (2004, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2013, 2014, 2018)4 (2003, 2010, 2011, 2016)
Sergei Ignashevich 7 (2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2013, 2014)3 (2010, 2011, 2016)
Vasili Berezutski 6 (2004, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2013, 2014)4 (2003, 2010, 2011, 2016)
Sergei Semak 3 (2004, 2010, 2011)3 (2003, 2009, 2012)

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References

Notes

  1. CSKA replaced 2017–18 Russian Cup winners FC Tosno as Tosno was dissolved after the season. [1]

Citations

  1. Информационное сообщение (in Russian). Russian Premier League. 15 June 2018.