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The fourth edition of the Spanish Women's Super Cup

SUPERCOPA
DE
ESPAÑA
FEMENINA
2023

Semi-finals: 18 & 19 January
Final: 22 January

WHERE TO WATCH
Semi-finals & Final

NOTE: For specific details on games, go to TV broadcaster's listings.

 

 

SUPERCOPA DE ESPAÑA FEMENINA

Semi-finals can be watched on:

18 January 17:30 GMT: Real Sociedad vs Sporting Huelva

19 January 17:30 GMT: FC Barcelona vs Real Madrid

Andorra: TDP

South America: DSports

Spain: RTVE.es, fuboTV España, TDP, Esport3

Switzerland:  TDP

Final can be watched on:

22 January 11:00 GMT: Real Sociedad vs FC Barcelona

Andorra: RTVE.es, TDP, Esport3

South America: DSports

Spain: RTVE.es, fuboTV España, TDP, Esport3

Switzerland:  TDP

ABOUT SUPERCOPA DE ESPAÑA FEMENINA

FOUNDED
* 1997 (original format)
* 2019 (new format)

ABOUT
The Supercopa de España Femenina (Spanish Women's Super Cup) is contested by the winners and runners-up from the previous Copa de la Reina (Spanish Women's Cup) and the highest ranked teams from previous season in the Liga F that had not already qualified through the cup final.

HISTORY

From 1997 to 2000, four editions of the cup were played between the winners of the Spanish league (Liga F) and the Copa de la Reina.. San Vicente CFF won the first edition, CA Málaga the second, Eibartarrak F. T . achieved the third edition and Levante UD won the last one. After several years without being played, in 2019 the competition was held again, now in a 'Final Four' format.

THE 2023 EDITION

The 2023 edition is held in Mérida (Extremadura). The venue for all matches will be the Estadio Romano José Fouto. 

Featured teams:

  1. FC Barcelona: Champions of Liga F 2021/22 and of the Copa de la Reina 2021/22

  2. Real Sociedad: Runners-up in Liga F 2021/22

  3. Sporting de Huelva: Runners-up in the 2021/22 Copa de la Reina

  4. Real Madrid* : Third place in Liga F 2021/22

*Acceded to the Supercopa de España Femenina as Barça were the winners of both the league and the Copa de la Reina.

CURRENT CHAMPIONS

FC Barcelona (2nd title)

 

MOST SUCCESSFUL CLUB(S)

Levante UD & FC Barcelona (2 titles each)

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