UEFA Super Cup: How the last 10 winners have fared

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Real Madrid take on Manchester United on Tuesday night in the UEFA Super Cup Final at the Philip II Arena Stadium in Skopje, in what should be a superb spectacle.

These two European giants have remarkably never faced each other in this competition before.

In a game of intriguing renewals, Cristiano Ronaldo returns just in time to play his old team, while Jose Mourinho will also face his former employers.

It’s not exactly the most prestigious of European trophies, but these two super clubs are serial winners and will likely want to get their season off to a winning start.

How have the Super Cup winners fared at the end of each campaign, though? We analyse the trends of the last ten years to see if there’s any prevailing patterns.

2007 Super Cup Winners: AC Milan

Finished: 5th Serie A, Last 16 Champions League

2008 Super Cup Winners: Zenit St. Petersburg

Finished: 5th Premier League, Group Stage Champions League

2009 Super Cup Winners: Barcelona

Finished: 1st La Liga, Semi-Finals Champions League

2010 Super Cup Winners: Atletico Madrid

Finished: 7th La Liga, Group Stages Europa League

2011 Super Cup Winners: Barcelona

Finished: 2nd La Liga, Semi-Finals Champions League

2012 Super Cup Winners: Atletico Madrid

Finished:3rd La Liga, Round of 32 Europa League

2013 Super Cup Winners: Bayern Munich

Finished: 1st Bundesliga, Semi-Finals Champions League

2014 Super Cup Winners: Real Madrid

Finished: 2nd La Liga, Semi-Finals Champions League

2015 Super Cup Winners: Barcelona

Finished: 1st La Liga, Quarter-Finals Europa League

2016 Super Cup Winners: Real Madrid

Finished: 1st La Liga, Champions Champions League

As you can see from the last ten years of historical data, only one club has won the Super Cup and gone on to win the Champions League that season: Real Madrid.

Three clubs have gone on to win the domestic title: Barcelona, Real and Bayern Munich.

Can Los Blancos create history and win the Super Cup and the Champions League back-to-back for the first time? Manchester United stand in their way.

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Cian Carroll

Starting life as a football columnist for his local paper in Dundalk, Cian has written for a number of media outlets with pieces published in The Birmingham Mail and Spain’s El Mundo Deportivo. A lover of football, GAA, boxing, rugby and MMA, he’s a big Aston Villa and Dundalk fan. He can be regularly spotted on various mountain tops.