Icelandic Men's Football Super Cup

The Icelandic Men's Super Cup (Icelandic: Meistarakeppni karla) is an annual football game between the reigning champions of the Úrvalsdeild karla and the Icelandic Cup holders (or, if the same team holds both titles, between the title-holder and (usually) the team in second place in the Úrvalsdeild or occasionally the second placed team in the Icelandic Cup). It generally takes place at the start of the Iceland domestic season, in May and has been running uninterrupted since 2003 (when the holders of the 2002 titles met). Before that the competition was uninterrupted between 1969 and 1999. Title-holders from 1999, 2000 and 2001 did not play for this title.

Icelandic Super Cup
Organising bodyFootball Association of Iceland
Founded1969 (1969)
RegionIceland
Number of teams2
Current championsStjarnan (2nd title)
Most successful club(s)Valur (11 titles)
2019 Icelandic Super Cup

The most successful team is Valur with a total of eleven wins.

Past Finals

[1] There were two games played in 1996 and 1998, one in the spring and one in the autumn, with the spring-game covering the year before and the autumn-game covering the just-finished season. For easier understanding the years listed are always the year after a team won the Úrvalsdeild or Cup (so the autumn games are listed as having been played the year after they were played).

Year League Champions Score Cup Champions
1969KR4 - 2 3ÍBV
1970Keflavík2 - 1 4ÍBA
1971Keflavík0 - 5 6Fram
1972Keflavík2 - 0 7ÍBV
1973Keflavík2 - 1 6ÍBV
1974Valur0 - 0 6Fram
1975ÍA1 - 3 7Keflavík
1976ÍA0 - 2 5Keflavík
1977Valur2 - 1 5 8Fram
1978ÍA1 - 1 5Valur
1979Valur3 - 0 7Keflavík
1980ÍBV0 - 0 (4 - 3) 2Fram
1981Valur0 - 1Fram
1982Víkingur R.2 - 0ÍBV
1983Víkingur R.2 - 0ÍA
1984ÍA1 - 2 8ÍBV
1985ÍA2 - 3 8Fram
1986Valur1 - 2Fram
1987Fram0 - 2ÍA
1988Valur4 - 3Fram
1989Fram3 - 1Valur
1990KA1 - 0Fram
1991Fram1 - 2Valur
1992Víkingur R.1 - 3Valur
1993ÍA1 - 2Valur
1994ÍA4 - 2 8Keflavík
1995ÍA5 - 0KR
1996ÍA1 - 3KR
1997ÍA3 - 5 8ÍBV
1998ÍBV1 - 3Keflavík
1999ÍBV2 - 1 8Leiftur
2000-2002Not played
2003KR2 - 1Fylkir
2004KR0 - 3ÍA
2005FH2 - 0Keflavík
2006FH0 - 1Valur
2007FH1 - 0Keflavík
2008Valur2 - 1FH
2009FH3 - 1KR
2010FH1 - 0Breiðablik
2011Breiðablik0 - 3FH
2012KR2 - 0 8FH
2013FH3 - 1KR
2014KR2 - 0Fram
2015Stjarnan1 - 0KR
2016FH3 - 3 (1 - 4) 2Valur
2017FH0 - 1Valur
2018Valur2 - 1ÍBV
2019Valur0 - 0 (5 - 6) 2Stjarnan[2]

1 - After Extra Time
2 - Penalties
3 - Four matches were played between the two teams. The first finished 1-1, the second 3-0 to KR and the third (listed above) decided the title, with KR winning 4-2. The fourth match then finished 6-1 to KR.
4 - ÍBA (later split into Þór A. and KA) and Keflavík played four matches for the title, twice home and twice away. The first two matches finished 2-0 to the away team with things tied. The third match finished 1-1, with the teams yet tied, and so the fourth match (listed above) decided the title, when Keflavík won 2-1 in Keflavík.
5 - Three teams played each other home and away, the deciding match between teams number 1 and 2 is listed.
6 - Three teams played each other home and away, the deciding match between teams number 1 and 2 is listed. The league champions were third that year (ÍA in 1971, Fram in 1973 and Keflavík in 1974).
7 - Three teams played each other home and away, the deciding match between teams number 1 and 2 is listed. The cup champions were third that year (Víkingur R. in 1972, Valur in 1975 and ÍA in 1979).
8 - The league champions also won the cup.

Results by teams

[3]

Team Winners Runners-up Years won Years runner-up
Valur1151977, 1979, 1988, 1991, 1992, 1993, 2006, 2008, 2016, 2017, 20181974, 1978, 1981, 1986, 1989
Fram671971, 1974, 1981, 1985, 1986, 19891977, 1980, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1991, 2014
Keflavík651970, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1976, 19981971, 1979, 1994, 2005, 2007
FH652005, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 20132006, 2008, 2012, 2016, 2017
ÍA581978, 1987, 1994, 1995, 20041975, 1976, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1993, 1996, 1997
KR551969, 1996, 2003, 2012, 20141995, 2004, 2009, 2013, 2015
ÍBV461980, 1984, 1997, 19991969, 1972, 1973, 1982, 1998, 2018
Víkingur R.211982, 19831992
Stjarnan202015, 2019
KA101990
Breiðablik022010, 2011
ÍBA011970
Leiftur011999
Fylkir012003

See also

References

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