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The UAE Super Cup, commonly known as the Arabian Gulf Super Cup for sponsorship reasons,[1][2][3] is the curtain raiser of the United Arab Emirates football season. It is played between the previous season's Pro-League winners and President's Cup Winners. The first edition was played on 14 September 2008.[4]

UAE Super Cup
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Founded1990 / 2008
RegionUnited Arab Emirates UAE
Number of teams2
Current championsAl Wahda (4 titles)
Most successful club(s)Al Ain (5 titles)
Television broadcastersAbu Dhabi Sports, Dubai Sports
WebsiteArabian Gulf Super Cup

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WinnersEdit

Year League Winner Result President's Cup Winner
1990 Al Sharjah 0–0 (aet) 4–5 (p) Al Nasr
1993 Al Ain 1–2 (aet) Al Shaab
1994 Al Sharjah 2–0 Al Shabab
1995 Al Ain Al Sharjah
1996 Al Nasr Al Wasl
2002 Al Ain 0–1 Al Wahda
2003 Al Ain 3–1 Al Wahda
2008 Al Shabab 0–1 (aet) Al Ahli
2009 Al Ahli 2–2 (aet) 3–5 (p) Al Ain
2010 Al Wahda 1–3 Emirates
2011 Al Jazira 2–2 (aet) 6–7 (p) Al Wahda
2012 Al Ain 0–0 (aet) 5–4 (p) Al Jazira
2013 Al Ain 0–0 (aet) 2–3 (p) Al Ahli
2014 Al Ahli 1–0 Al Ain
2015 Al Ain 4–2 Al-Nasr Dubai SC
2016 Al Ahli 2–1 Al Jazira
2017 Al Jazira 0–2 Al Wahda
2018 Al Ain 3–3 (aet) 3–4 (p) Al Wahda

Notes
1. edition 1995, 1996 played as league system.

Titles by teamEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://www.uae.agleague.ae/en/news/ag-league-title-sponsor-pc.html
  2. ^ https://www.khaleejtimes.com/sport/local/new-identity-released-for-arabian-gulf-cup-final
  3. ^ http://beta.proleague.ae/en/news/arabian-gulf-development-renews-league-sponsorship.html
  4. ^ "Arabian Gulf Super Cup - Competitions - UAE Pro League Committee". uae.agleague.ae. Retrieved 14 September 2016.
  5. ^ "Detailed Winners List". Goalzz.com. Retrieved 2011-02-02.
  6. ^ "UAE Super Cup the oldest in the Gulf and the second in West Asia". AlIttihad.ae (in Arabic). Retrieved 3 August 2014.

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