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UEFA Super Cup roll of honour

Bayern’s defeat of Sevilla means they become only the tenth team in UEFA Super Cup history to have won the competition on multiple occasions.

The 2019/20 UEFA Champions League winners claimed the trophy for the second time with a 2-1 victory against Sevilla that came courtesy of Javi Martínez’s extra-time header. The Bundesliga side’s only previous Super Cup triumph was in 2013, when Martínez also scored in extra time prior to a penalty shoot-out defeat of Chelsea. Bayern lost the Super Cup in 1975, 1976 and 2001.

Most wins by club

AC Milan 5
Barcelona 5
Liverpool 4
Real Madrid 4
Atlético Madrid 3
Ajax 2
Anderlecht 2
Bayern 2
Juventus 2
Valencia 2

Most appearances by club

Barcelona 9
AC Milan 7
Real Madrid 7
Liverpool 6
Sevilla 6
Bayern 5
Chelsea 4
Manchester United 4
Porto 4

Most wins by country

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Bayern beat Sevilla to win Super Cup

Bayern won the UEFA Super Cup for the first time since 2013 courtesy of a 2-1 victory against Sevilla in Budapest.

Bayern vs Sevilla: as it happened, reaction

Match in brief

Lucas Ocampos roars with delight after his opener

Lucas Ocampos roars with delight after his openerGetty Images

Sevilla made the early running and were rewarded when Luuk de Jong nodded a Jesús Navas cross into the path of Ivan Rakitić, only for David Alaba to fell the Croatian midfielder. Lucas Ocampos made no mistake from the penalty spot.

Bayern ramped up the pressure with Yassine Bounou thwarting Robert Lewandowski, but the Polish striker eventually set up the equaliser, cushioning Thomas Müller’s cross into the path of Leon Goretzka, who finished confidently.

Sevilla had the best chance of the second half when substitute Youssef En-Nesyri surged thr...

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Change to this season’s format

The UEFA Executive Committe has approved a new format for the 2020/21 UEFA Youth League due to existing difficulties in organising the competition and the reluctance of minor players to travel in the current context.

The competition will feature a straight knockout format from the round of 64. It will start in March 2021 with final details to be approved by the UEFA Executive Committee in due course.

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Which South Americans have scored the most UEFA goals?

Most appearances by a South American** player in the European Champion Clubs’ Cup/UEFA Champions League (including qualifying)

143: Lionel Messi (ARG – Barcelona)128: Roberto Carlos (BRA – Real Madrid, Fenerbahçe)
114: Dani Alves (BRA – Sevilla, Barcelona, Paris)
105: Javier Zanetti (ARG – Inter Milan)
98: Javier Mascherano (ARG – Liverpool, Barcelona)
97: Marcelo (BRA – Real Madrid)
97: Maxwell (BRA – Ajax, Inter Milan, Barcelona, Paris)
88: Kaká (BRA – Real Madrid, AC Milan)
85: Angel Di María (ARG – Benfica, Real Madrid, Paris)
85: Fernandinho (BRA – Shakhtar Donetsk, Manchester City)
85: Lúcio (BRA – Leverkusen, Bayern München, Inter Milan, Juventus)

Top-scoring South American** players in the European Champion Clubs’ Cup/UEFA Champions League (including qualifying...

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Super Cup preview: Bayern v Sevilla

Bayern take on Sevilla in the UEFA Super Cup in Budapest on Thursday 24 September at 21:00 CET. This page will update with team news as kick-off approaches.

Super Cup: live build-up

Where to watch the game on TV

Fans can find their local UEFA Super Cup broadcast partner(s) here.

Possible line-ups

Bayern: Neuer; Lucas Hernández, Boateng, Alaba, Davies; Goretzka, Kimmich; Sané, Müller, Gnabry; Lewandowski
Out: Coman (fitness), Kouassi (thigh)
Doubtful: Davies (unspecified)

Sevilla: Bounou; Navas, Koundé, Diego Carlos, Escudero; Rakitić, Fernando, Jordán; Suso, En-Nesyri, Ocampos

The teams

Watch all of Bayern's 2019/20 Champions League goals

Watch all of Bayern’s 2019/20 Champions League goals

UEFA ranking: 1
Last five competitive games : WWWWW
Summer signings
: Leroy Sané (Man...

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Player of 2019/20

Éver Banega, Bruno Fernandes and Romelu Lukaku have been shortlisted for the 2019/20 UEFA Europa League Player of the Season award.

Champions League positional nominations

Banega was the puppet-master behind Sevilla’s success in Germany, Bruno Fenandes was the competition’s eight-goal top scorer while Lukaku struck in all six of Inter’s games after entering for the knockout stages.

The winner of the award will be announced during the UEFA Europa League group stage draw ceremony on 2 October.

Watch the top ten goals of the 2019/20 UEFA Europa League

Watch the top ten goals of the 2019/20 UEFA Europa League

Éver Banega (Sevilla)

Appearances: 7
Minutes: 429
Goals: 0
Assists: 4

Bruno Fernandes (Sporting CP/Manchester United)

Appearances: 10
Minutes: 811
Goals: 8
Assists: 4

Romelu Lukaku (Inter)


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Women’s positional awards: nominees

The nominees have been announced for the new UEFA Women’s Champions League positional awards with the winners revealed on 1 October.

Nominees: facts and figures

Lyon, who clinched a fifth straight title and seventh in a row in August, provide six of the 12 nominees including Sara Björk Gunnarsdóttir, who played in earlier rounds for eventual runners-up Wolfsburg before joining OL ahead of the finals and scoring against her former club in the decider. Also among the shortlisted selections are two former UEFA Women’s Players of the Year, Lucy Bronze (2019) and Pernille Harder (2018), both of who have left respectively Lyon and Wolfsburg for English clubs since facing off in the San Sebastián final.

Positional award nominees for the 2019/20 UEFA Women’s Champions League

2019/20 Women's Champions League best goalkeeper nominees

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Where to watch the Super Cup

The UEFA Super Cup between Bayern and Sevilla will be broadcast worldwide, with partners in Europe and across the globe spanning territories in Africa, Asia, Latin America, North America, the Middle East, Oceania and beyond.

Fans can find their local partner(s) below.


Albania: Tring, Vizion Plus
Andorra: RMC Sport
Armenia: Armenia TV 
Austria: DAZN, Sky Austria 
Azerbaijan: Saran, CBC Sport, AzTV
Belarus: Belarus TV 
Belgium: Proximus, RTL, Q2
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Arena Sport, Nova BH
Bulgaria: A1, bTV Media Group
Croatia: HRT, A1 Hrvatska
Cyprus: CYTA
Czech Republic: o2, Česká Televize
Denmark: NENT Group
Estonia: TV3 Sport
Finland: MTV
France: RMC Sport
Georgia: Silk Sport
Germany: DAZN, Sky Deutschland
Iceland: Stod 2 Sport
Republic of Ireland: Virgin M...

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Meet the nominees: Pernille Harder

Just two days after playing in another UEFA Women’s Champions League final for Wolfsburg, and little more than a week since becoming the first player since Marta in 2008/09 to score four goals in a UEFA women’s club quarter-final, Pernille Harder has made headlines again with a move to Chelsea and her latest appearance on the UEFA Women’s Player of the Year shortlist.

The UEFA Women’s Champions League title was the only trophy missing from her time at Wolfsburg, with Harder having suffered European final heartbreak for both club and country. But no one doubts the 2018 UEFA Women’s Player of the Year’s world-class status as a striker now more prolific than ever.

What they say
“Pernille has been a big influence in rebuilding the Danish national team this year both on and off the field...

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Report: Olympiacos 2-0 Omonoia

Olympiacos took control in the UEFA Champions League play-offs after seeing off a determined defensive display by their visitors.

Olympiacos vs Omonoia: as it happened, reaction

Match in brief

The Greek champions dominated the first half, although Omonoia’s resolute defending largely frustrated their attacks. Mohamed Camara stung Fabiano’s fingers with a powerful long-range effort and Ahmed Hassan sent a header on to the roof of the net from Mathieu Valbuena’s cross before Kostas Fortounis volleyed over the crossbar when well-placed.

Omonoia’s resolve was eventually broken well into the second period. Jan Lecjaks conceded a penalty following a foot race with Lazar Ranđelović, inviting Valbuena to convert precisely from the spot...

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