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Asian Super Cup

The Asian Super Cup was an annual competition between the winners of the Asian Champions Cup and the Asian Cup Winners Cup.

The competition started in 1995, but came to an end in 2002 after both major AFC tournaments were merged into the Asian Champions League. The most successful clubs in the competition are Al-Hilal from Saudi Arabia and Suwon Samsung Bluewings from South Korea .

Since AFC's current trophies are divided qualitatively by groups of countries, an Asian Super Cup is not likely to be revived until the AFC Cup countries can match the quality of the AFC Champions League countries so both groups of countries can have qualifiers for both competitions.


  • Asian Super Cup Finals 1
  • Asian Super Cup records and statistics 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Asian Super Cup Finals

Season Winner Score Runner-up
2002 Suwon Samsung Bluewings
1 - 1
(aggregate, 4-2pens)
2001 Suwon Samsung Bluewings
4 - 3
2000 Al-Hilal
3 - 2
Shimizu S-Pulse
1999 Júbilo Iwata
2 - 2
(aggregate, by away goals rule)
1998 Al-Nassr
1 - 1
(aggregate, by away goals rule)
Pohang Steelers
1997 Al-Hilal
2 - 1
Pohang Steelers
1996 Cheonan Ilhwa Chunma
6 - 3
Bellmare Hiratsuka
1995 Yokohama Flügels
4 - 3
Thai Farmers Bank

Asian Super Cup records and statistics

The following table lists countries by number of winners and runner-up in Asian Super Cup.

# Nation Winners Runners-up
1  Saudi Arabia 3 3
2 Korea Republic 3 2
3  Japan 2 2
4  Thailand 0 1

See also

  • International club competition records

External links

  • RSSSF - Asian Super Cup
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