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Arab Super Cup

Arab Super Cup
Founded 1992
Abolished 2001
Region Arab world (UAFA)
Number of teams 4
Most successful club(s) Al-Ahly
(2 times)

The Arab Super Cup was an Arab football competition, held between the reigning champions and runners up of the Arab Club Champions Cup and the Arab Cup Winners' Cup. It started in 1992 with an unofficial edition, and was discontinued after the 2001 edition.


  • Winners 1
  • Winners by team 2
  • Winners by country 3
  • External links 4


Year Winner Score Runner-up Venue
Wydad Casablanca Al-Hilal Stade Mohamed V, Casablanca
1993 Not held
1994 Not held
Al Shabab Al-Hilal King Fahd International Stadium, Riyadh
ES Tunis Al-Riyadh Stade Olympique d'El Menzah, Tunis
Al-Ahly OC Khouribga Stade Mohamed V, Casablanca
Al-Ahly Club Africain Stade Olympique d'El Menzah, Tunis
MC Oran Al-Jaish Abbasiyyin Stadium, Damascus
Al Shabab Al-Faisaly Amman International Stadium, Amman
Al-Hilal Al Nassr Abbasiyyin Stadium, Damascus

^n/a A round-robin tournament determined the final standings.

Winners by team

# Club Winners Runners-up
1 Al Ahly SC 2 0
Al Shabab FC 2 0
3 Al-Hilal FC 1 2
4 MC Oran 1 0
Wydad AC Casablanca 1 0
ES Tunis 1 0
7 Al-Faisaly SC 0 1
OC Khouribga 0 1
Al Nassr FC 0 1
Al-Riyadh SC 0 1
Al-Jaish SC 0 1
Club Africain 0 1

Winners by country

Country Champions Runners Up
 Saudi Arabia 3 4
 Egypt 2 0
 Tunisia 1 1
 Morocco 1 1
 Algeria 1 0
 Jordan 0 1
 Syria 0 1

External links


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