LEN Super Cup

The LEN Super Cup is an annual water polo match organized by LEN and contested by the reigning champions of the two European club competitions, the LEN Champions League and the LEN Euro Cup.

LEN Super Cup
Most recent season or competition:
2019 LEN Super Cup
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SportWater polo
Founded1976
PresidentPaolo Barelli
No. of teams2
CountryLEN members
Continent Europe
Most recent
champion(s)
Hungary Ferencváros (4th title)
Most titlesItaly Pro Recco (6 titles)
Related
competitions
LEN Champions League
LEN Euro Cup
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From 1976 to 2002, the LEN Super Cup was contested between the winners of the European Champions Cup/LEN Champions League and the winners of the LEN Cup Winners' Cup. After the discontinuation of the LEN Cup Winners' Cup, it has been contested by the winners of the LEN Champions League and the winners of the LEN Trophy, which was renamed the LEN Euro Cup in 2011.

Title holdersEdit

FinalsEdit

Winner of Europe Cup/Euroleague/Champions League
Winner of LEN Cup Winners' Cup
Winner of LEN Trophy/LEN Euro Cup
Year Host City Champion Runner-up 1st game 2nd game
1976
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Ljubljana   Mladost   Partizan 11–10 Not held
1977
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Ljubljana   CSK VMF Moscow   MGU Moscow 6–4 Not held
1978
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Ljubljana   Ferencváros   Canottieri Napoli 6–4 Not held
1979
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Ljubljana   OSC Budapest   Korčula 5–3 Not held
1980
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Ljubljana   Ferencváros   Vasas 7–6 Not held
1981
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Ljubljana   CSK VMF Moscow   Jug Dubrovnik 14–11 Not held
1982
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Skopje   Barcelona   POŠK 12–11 Not held
1983
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Barcelona   CSK VMF Moscow   Spandau 04 11–6 Not held
1984
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Barcelona   POŠK   Pro Recco 12–11 Not held
1985
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Barcelona   Vasas   Dynamo Moscow 9–5 Not held
1986
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Zürich   Spandau 04   Vasas 13–12 Not held
1987
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Zürich   Spandau 04   Mornar 10–8 Not held
1988
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Zürich   Pescara   Posillipo 9–8 Not held
1989 Not held
1990
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Pescara & Zagreb   Mladost   Pescara 11–12 11–7
1991
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Belgrade & Zagreb   Partizan   Mladost 8–7 11–10
1992
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Barcelona & Split   Catalunya   Jadran Split 15–9 8–12
1993
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Split & Pescara   Pescara   Jadran Split 12–12 7–5
1994
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Budapest & Pescara   Újpest   Pescara 9–5 12–15
1995
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Budapest & Barcelona   Catalunya   Vasas 6–8 12–9
1996
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Rome & Zagreb   Mladost   Racing Roma 7–7 9–7
Not held between 1997–2001
2002
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Budapest   Olympiacos   Vasas 6–5 Not held
2003
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Brescia   Pro Recco   Leonessa 6–5 Not held
2004
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Budapest   Honvéd   Barcelona 10–9 Not held
2005
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Vicenza   Posillipo   Savona 11–9 Not held
2006
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Brescia   Jug Dubrovnik   Leonessa 12–8 Not held
2007
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Kazan   Pro Recco   Sintez Kazan 11–9 Not held
2008
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Sori   Pro Recco   Shturm 2002 13–8 Not held
2009
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Kotor   Primorac Kotor   Szeged 8–6 Not held
2010
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Trieste   Pro Recco   Cattaro 13–4 Not held
2011
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Savona   Partizan   Savona 11–6 Not held
2012
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Savona   Pro Recco   Savona 14–7 Not held
2013
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Bečej   Crvena zvezda   Radnički Kragujevac 9–8 Not held
2014
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Barcelona   Atlètic-Barceloneta   Spartak Volgograd 12–7 Not held
2015
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Sori   Pro Recco   Posillipo 12–4 Not held
2016
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Dubrovnik   Jug Dubrovnik   Brescia 10–4 Not held
2017
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Budapest   Szolnok   Ferencváros 6–6 (4–2 PSO) Not held
2018
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Budapest   Ferencváros   Olympiacos 7–7 (4–2 PSO) Not held
2019
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Marseille   Ferencváros   CN Marseille 14–11 Not held


Titles by clubEdit

Rank Club Titles Runner-up Champion Years
1.   Pro Recco 6 1 2003, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2015
2.   Ferencváros 4 1 1978, 1980, 2018, 2019
3.  /  Mladost 3 1 1976, 1990, 1996
4.   CSK VMF Moscow 3 1977, 1981, 1983
5.   Pescara 2 2 1988, 1993
6.   Spandau 04 2 1 1986, 1987
 /  Partizan 2 1 1991, 2011
  Jug Dubrovnik 2 1 2006, 2016
9.   Catalunya 2 1992, 1995
10.   Vasas 1 4 1985
11.   Posillipo 1 2 2005
12.   Barcelona 1 1 1982
  POŠK 1 1 1984
  Olympiacos 1 1 2002
15.   OSC Budapest 1 1979
  Újpest 1 1994
  Honvéd 1 2004
  Primorac Kotor 1 2009
  Crvena zvezda 1 2013
  Atlètic-Barceloneta 1 2014
  Szolnok 1 2017
22.   Savona 3
  Brescia 3
24.   Jadran Split 2
25.   MGU Moscow 1
  Canottieri Napoli 1
  Korčula 1
  Dynamo Moscow 1
  Mornar 1
  Racing Roma 1
  Sintez Kazan 1
  Shturm 2002 1
  Szeged 1
  Cattaro 1
  Radnički Kragujevac 1
  Spartak Volgograd 1
  Marseille 1

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