Supercopa Uruguaya

The Supercopa Uruguaya (Uruguayan Supercup) is an annual one-match football official competition in Uruguay organised by the Uruguayan Football Association (AUF) which is played between the Primera División champions and the Torneo Intermedio winners of the previous season, starting from 2018. This competition serves as the season curtain-raiser and is scheduled to be played in late January or early February each year, one week before the start of the season.[1]

Supercopa Uruguaya
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Founded2018
RegionUruguay
Number of teams2
Current championsLiverpool (1st title)
Most successful club(s)Liverpool
Nacional
Peñarol
(1 title each)
WebsiteAUF website
2020 Supercopa Uruguaya

Participating clubsEdit

The Supercopa Uruguaya is played between:

  • The Primera División champions (Campeón Uruguayo)
  • The Torneo Intermedio winners

In the event the same club wins both the league and the Torneo Intermedio, its rival in the Supercopa will be the Torneo Intermedio runner-up.[2]

Competition formatEdit

FinalsEdit

Season Champions Score Runners-up
2018 Peñarol 3–1 Nacional
2019 Nacional 1–1 (4–3 p) Peñarol
2020 Liverpool 4–2 (a.e.t.) Nacional

Performance by clubEdit

Club Winners Runners-up Winning Years Runners-up Years
Nacional
1
2
2019 2018, 2020
Peñarol
1
1
2018 2019
Liverpool
1
2020

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "REFORMA: "TORNEO INTERMEDIO" ENTRE EL APERTURA Y EL CLAUSURA QUE SUMARÁ PARA LA TABLA ANUAL; EL CAMPEÓN JUGARÁ LA SUPERCOPA". Tenfield. 12 August 2015.
  2. ^ "Aprobado: A partir de 2017 el Uruguayo irá desde enero a diciembre; crearon Torneo Intermedio y la Supercopa". Tenfield. 28 August 2015.

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