São Tomé and Príncipe Super Cup
The São Tomé and Príncipe Super Cup (Portuguese: Super Taça de São Tomé e Príncipe) is a Super Cup competition played during the season in São Tomé and Príncipe. The competition is governed by the São Toméan Football Federation (FSF). The competition is also known for recent seasons as the António Aguiar National Super Cup (Supertaça Nacional Antònio Aguiar). The first super cup competition began in 1996.The regional champion competes with the cup winner. Sometimes, if a champion also has a cup title, a cup club who is runner-up qualifies. It is the only super cup competition in the country as there are no regional super cup competitions.
|Region||São Tomé and Príncipe|
|Number of teams||2|
|Current champions||FC Porto Real (1st time)|
|Most successful club(s)||Sporting Praia Cruz (5)|
Its first of two participants came from São Tomé who competed in the first edition and were the first island to have a title. The first participant from Príncipe was Sundy who competed in the 2010 edition. It is the only national competition where all of the winners are from the island of São Tomé.
Sporting Praia Cruz won the most numbering five, the only one with more than the title won. The remaining eight has only a title won.
Inter Bom-Bom was the first winner won in 1995, then was Bairros Unidos in 1996 and Sporting Praia Cruz in 1999 and became the only club to have more than a title won in 2000. 6 de Setembro became the fourth club to win a title in 2010, then Vitória in 2011, Guadalupe in 2012, UDRA in 2014 and recently Porto Real (or Príncipe) in 2017.
Água Grande has more titles won by any other district with 7 titles. Me-Zochi was the only district won until 1996. It only had two districts had a titles until 2012 when Lobata was added and lastly Caué from the south in 2014. Cantagalo and Lembá are the only districts that has no titles. Until April 7, 2018, all of the titles were won by clubs based on São Tomé Island. Príncipe now has a title won with Porto Real winning for the 2017 season with the final played in April 2018.
Between 2001 and 2009, the Super Cup competition was cancelled.
|1995||Inter Bom-Bom [São Tomé]||Bairros Unidos FC [São Tomé]|
|1996||Bairros Unidos [São Tomé||Aliança Nacional [São Tomé]|
|1999||Sporting Praia Cruz [São Tomé]||Vitória FC [São Tomé]|
|2000||Sporting Praia Cruz [São Tomé]||Inter Bom-Bom [São Tomé]|
|6 de Setembro [São Tomé]||GD Sundy [Príncipe]|
|2011||Vitória Riboque [São Tomé]||GD Sundy [Príncipe]|
|2012||CD Guadalupe [São Tomé]||Sporting Clube do Príncipe [Príncipe]|
|2013||Sporting Praia Cruz [São Tomé]||1–1 (4–3 p)||UDRA [São Tomé]|
|2014||UDRA [São Tomé]||Sporting Clube do Príncipe [Príncipe]|
|2015||Sporting Praia Cruz [São Tomé]||2–1||FC Porto Real [Príncipe]|
|2016||Sporting Praia Cruz [São Tomé]||2–0||UDRA [São Tomé]||Estádio Nacional 12 de Julho|
|2017||FC Porto Real [Príncipe]||1–1 (4–3 pen)||UDRA [São Tomé]|
Performance by clubEdit
|Sporting Praia Cruz||5||1999, 2000, 2013, 2015, 2016|
|6 de Setembro||1||2010|
|FC Porto Real||1||2017|
Performance by island and districtEdit
|São Tomé||10||Água Grande||7||1999, 2000, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2016|