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Here you will find sets for the winners of the UEFA Super cup and its predecessor the European Super Cup. Between 1972 and 1998 this tournament was played annually between the winners of the UEFA Champions League and the Winners of the European Cup Winners Cup. Since 1998 it has been contested between the winners of the UEFA Champions League and the winners of the Europa League (formally UEFA Cup).

Where images are not available from the final an alternative image of the era has been used.

The TRADINGCARDS1966 watermark will not be on the cards you receive.


Each 18 card set is £5.00

1977 - Liverpool

As European Cup Winners Liverpool of England faced UEFA Cup winners Hamburg SV of Germany for the cup who had former Kop Idol Kevin Keegan in their ranks. Fairclough earned the Reds a draw in Hamburg but they demolished their opponents 6-0 in the 2nd leg at Anfield. McDermott scored a hat trick while Thompson, Fairclough and Dalglish added the rest 

1979 - Nottingham Forest

Having won the European Cup, Nottingham Forest met Spanish side Barcelona in the Super Cup. Charlie George gave them 1-0 1st leg advantage and Kenny Burns scored a late goal in Spain for a 2-1 victory overall.

1980 - Valencia

Valencia of Spain faced Nottingham Forest of England in the 2 legged final. Forest won the first leg 2-1 with Dario Felman scoring a consolation goal. Valencia won the 2nd leg 1-0 with a goal from Fernando Morena to win the trophy on away goals. 

1982 - Aston Villa

European Cup Winners Aston Villa of England overcame a first leg 1-0 defeat to beat beat Barcelona of Spain 3-1 on aggregate. Gary Shaw, Gordon Cowans and Ken McNaught scored the goals.

1984 - Juventus

Juventus of Italy faced Liverpool of England in Turin. Two goals from Zbigniew Boniek were enough to give the Italians the trophy.

1991 - Manchester United

Having won the Cup Winners Cup Manchester United faced European Cup winners Red Star Belgrade at Old Trafford. It took a Brian McClair goal to separate the sides. 

1996 - Juventus

Juventus of Italy faced PSG of France over two legs and completely destroyed their opponents. After beating the French side 6-1 in Paris they took the 2nd leg 3-0 in a very one sided match in Palermo. 

1998 - Chelsea

Chelsea of England had won the European Cup Winners Cup and faced European Cup winners Real Madrid of Spain in Monaco. A late Gus Poyet goal was enough for victory.

2001 - Liverpool

Liverpool of England had won the 2001 UEFA Cup and faced Champions League winners Bayern Munich of Germany in Monaco for the cup. Liverpool raced into a 3-0 lead with goals from Riise, Heskey and Owen but 2-0 late Bayern Goals meant a nervy finish. 

2004 - Valencia

UEFA Cup winners Valencia of Spain met Champions League winners Porto of Portugal in Monaco. Valencia took a 2 goal lead through Ruben Baraja and Marco Di Viao. Queresma score a late consolation for Porto.  

2005 - Liverpool

Champions League winners Liverpool of England faced UEFA Cup winners CSKA Moscow of Russia in Monaco. They fell behind early but Cisse levelled late on. He scored again in extra time and then Garcia wrapped up the 3-1 win. 

2019 - Liverpool

Liverpool of England faced fellow countrymen Chelsea in Istanbul for the cup. The Reds had won the Champions League while Chelsea had triumphed in the Europa Cup. Sadio Mane equalised to send the game into extra time where he scored again but Chelsea then made it 2-2. Adrian was the hero making the winning save in the penalty shootout.

2020 - Bayern Munich

Champions League Winners Bayern Munich of Germany came from behind against Sevilla of Spain to win 2-1 with goals from Leon Goretzka and Javi Martinez. 

2021 - Chelsea

Chelsea of England met Villarreal of Spain in Belfast for the trophy. Hakim Ziyech gave Chelsea the lead but Gerard hit a late equaliser. Substitute goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga was the hero in the penalty shootout to win the trophy for Chelsea.

2022 - Real Madrid

Real Madrid of Spain met Eintracht Frankfurt of Germany in Helsinki, Finland, to contest the trophy. Madrid were too much or Frankfurt and goals from David Alaba and Karim Benzema gave them a 2-0 victory.