(West) Germany - List of Super/League Cup Finals


Official Super and League Cup Matches - Match Details (pdf file)

Super Cup Finals

[unofficial editions]
1975/76 [ 8- 1-1977, Hamburg]        VfL 1900 Borussia Mönchengladbach 3-2 Hamburger SV
1981/82 [ 2- 4-1983, München]        FC Bayern München                 1-1 Hamburger SV                   [4-2 pen]
2007/08 [23- 7-2008, Dortmund]       BV Borussia 09 Dortmund           2-1 FC Bayern München 
2008/09 [20- 7-2009, Wolfsburg]      SV Werder Bremen                  2-1 VfL Wolfsburg

[official editions]
1986/87 [28- 7-1987, Frankfurt]      FC Bayern München                 2-1 Hamburger SV
1987/88 [20- 7-1988, Frankfurt]      SV Werder Bremen                  2-0 SG Eintracht Frankfurt 
1988/89 [25- 7-1989, Kaiserslautern] BV Borussia 09 Dortmund           4-3 FC Bayern München
1989/90 [31- 7-1990, Karlsruhe]      FC Bayern München                 4-1 1.FC Kaiserslautern
1990/91 [ 6- 8-1991, Hannover]       1.FC Kaiserslautern               3-1 SV Werder Bremen  
1991/92 [11- 8-1992, Hannover]       VfB Stuttgart                     3-1 Hannover 96
1992/93 [ 1- 8-1993, Leverkusen]     SV Werder Bremen                  2-2 TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen             [aet, 7-6 pen]
1993/94 [ 7- 8-1994, München]        SV Werder Bremen                  3-1 FC Bayern München                   [aet]
1994/95 [ 5- 8-1995, Düsseldorf]     BV Borussia 09 Dortmund           1-0 VfL 1900 Borussia Mönchengladbach
1995/96 [ 3- 8-1996, Mannheim]       BV Borussia 09 Dortmund           1-1 1.FC Kaiserslautern                 [aet, 4-3 pen]
2009/10 [ 7- 8-2010, Augsburg]       FC Bayern München                 2-0 FC Schalke 04
2010/11 [23- 7-2011, Gelsenkirchen]  FC Schalke 04                     0-0 BV Borussia 09 Dortmund             [4-3 pen (no extra time)]
2011/12 [12- 8-2012, München]        FC Bayern München                 2-1 BV Borussia 09 Dortmund    
2012/13 [27- 7-2013, Dortmund]       BV Borussia 09 Dortmund           4-2 FC Bayern München    
2013/14 [13- 8-2014, Dortmund]       BV Borussia 09 Dortmund           2-0 FC Bayern München    
2014/15 [ 1- 8-2015, Wolfsburg]      VfL Wolfsburg                     1-1 FC Bayern München                   [5-4 pen (no extra time)]

Liga Cup Finals

1972/73 [ 6- 6-1973, Hamburg]        Hamburger SV                      4-0 VfL 1900 Borussia Mönchengladbach

1996/97 [26- 7-1997, Leverkusen]     FC Bayern München                 2-0 VfB Stuttgart
1997/98 [ 8- 8-1998, Leverkusen]     FC Bayern München                 4-0 VfB Stuttgart
1998/99 [17- 7-1999, Leverkusen]     FC Bayern München                 2-1 SV Werder Bremen
1999/00 [ 1- 8-2000, Leverkusen]     FC Bayern München                 5-1 Hertha BSC
2000/01 [21- 7-2001, Mannheim]       Hertha BSC                        4-1 FC Schalke 04
2001/02 [ 1- 8-2002, Bochum]         Hertha BSC                        4-1 FC Schalke 04
2002/03 [28- 7-2003, Mainz]          Hamburger SV                      4-2 BV Borussia 09 Dortmund
2003/04 [ 2- 8-2004, Mainz]          FC Bayern München                 3-2 SV Werder Bremen
2004/05 [ 2- 8-2005, Leipzig]        FC Schalke 04                     1-0 VfB Stuttgart
2005/06 [ 5- 8-2006, Leipzig]        SV Werder Bremen                  2-0 FC Bayern München
2006/07 [28- 7-2007, Leipzig]        FC Bayern München                 1-0 FC Schalke 04        

Details

Super Cup Final 1975/76

VfL 1900 Borussia Mönchengladbach   -  Hamburger SV     3-2 (2-0)

Date: January 8, 1977
Venue: Volksparkstadion Hamburg
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Kurt Tschenscher

VfL 1900 Borussia Mönchengladbach:
Wolfgang Kneib (46. Wolfgang Kleff) – Rainer Bonhof, Horst Wohlers, Frank Schäffer,
Hans Klinkhammer – Christian Kulik, Herbert Wimmer (46. Herbert Heidenreich),
Horst Köppel, Ulrich ' Uli' Stielike – Allan Rodenkam Simonsen, Wilfried Hannes -
Coach: Udo Lattek.

Hamburger SV:
Rudolf 'Rudi' Kargus (72. Vladimir Kovačić) – Manfred Kaltz, Horst Blankenburg
(46. Caspar Memering), Peter Nogly, Hans-Jürgen Ripp – Ole Bjørnmose,
Johann 'Buffy' Ettmayer, Klaus Zaczyk – Arno Steffenhagen, Ferdinand Keller,
Wilhelm 'Willi' Reimann - Coach: Kuno Klötzer.

Goals:
1-0 Herbert Wimmer 25'
2-0 Rainer Bonhof 28'
2-1 Manfred Kaltz 58' (Penalty)
2-2 Arno Steffenhagen 64
3-2 Allan Rodenkam Simonsen 71'

Super Cup Final 1981/82

FC Bayern München   -  Hamburger SV     1-1 (1-1, 1-0), 4-2 pen

Date: April 2, 1983
Venue: Olympiastadion München
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Robert Walz

FC Bayern München:
Manfred Müller – Bernd Martin, Wolfgang Grobe, Udo Horsmann – Wolfgang Kraus
(46. Norbert Nachtweih), Johannes Christian 'Hansi' Pflügler, Wolfgang Dremmler –
Karl Del'Haye,  Dieter Hoeneß, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (72. Michael Rummenigge) -
Coach: 

Hamburger SV:
Ulrich 'Uli' Stein – Michael Schröder, Jürgen Groh, Ditmar Jakobs, Bernd Wehmeyer –
Manfred Kaltz, William 'Jimmy' Hartwig, William 'Jimmy' Magath, Allan Hansen –
Borislav 'Boriša' Đorđević, Lars BASTRUP Jørgensen - Coach: Ernst Happel.

Goals:
1-0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 40'
1-1 Borislav 'Boriša' Đorđević 63'

Penalty Shootout:
1-0 Wolfgang Grobe
1-0 Manfred Kaltz (saved)
2-0 Dieter Hoeneß
2-1 Lars BASTRUP Jørgensen
3-1 Bernd Martin
3-1 William 'Jimmy' Hartwig (missed)
3-1 Michael Rummenigge (missed)
3-2 Allan Hansen
4-2 Wolfgang Dremmler

Super Cup Final 1986/87

FC Bayern München   -  Hamburger SV     2-1 (0-1)

Date: July 28, 1987
Venue: Waldstadion Frankfurt am Main
Attendance: 18,000
Referee: Dieter Pauly

FC Bayern München:
Raimond Aumann – Norbert Nachtweih, Helmut Winklhofer, Norbert Eder,
Johannes Christian 'Hansi' Pflügler – Andreas Brehme (46. Hans-Dieter Flick),
Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Hans Dorfner, Michael Rummenigge – Roland Wohlfarth,
Jürgen Wegmann - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes.

Hamburger SV:
Ulrich 'Uli' Stein (Red Card - 87.) – Ditmar Jakobs, Manfred Kaltz,
Dietmar Beiersdorfer, Thomas Hinz (90. Frank Schmöller) – Sascha Jusufi,
Thomas von Heesen, Carsten Kober (88. Richard Golz), Thomas Kroth –
Mirosław Okoński, Manfred Kastl - Coach: Josip Skoblar.

Goals:
0-1 Mirosław Okoński 39'
1-1 Jürgen Wegmann 60'
2-1 Jürgen Wegmann 87'

Super Cup Final 1987/88

SV Werder Bremen   -  SG Eintracht Frankfurt     2-0 (1-0)

Date: July 20, 1988
Venue: Waldstadion Frankfurt am Main
Attendance: 20,500
Referee: Karl-Josef Assenmacher

SV Werder Bremen:
Oliver Reck – Gunnar Sauer, Ulrich 'Uli' Borowka, Michael Kutzop, Jonny Otten
(46. Norbert Meier) – Thomas Schaaf, Miroslav 'Mirko' Votava, Günter Hermann,
Frank Neubarth – Karlheinz Riedle, Frank Ordenewitz (46. Manfred Burgsmüller) -
Coach: Otto Rehhagel.

SG Eintracht Frankfurt:
Ulrich 'Uli' Stein – Manfred Binz - Ralf Sievers, Karl-Heinz Körbel, Stefan Studer –
Frank Schulz, Peter Hobday (46. Dietmar Roth), Dieter Schlindwein,
Maximilian Heidenreich (57. Ralf Balzis) – Jørn Andersen, Heinz Gründel -
Coach: Karl-Heinz Feldkamp.

Goals:
1-0 Karlheinz Riedle 24'
2-0 Manfred Burgsmüller 90'

Super Cup Final 1988/89

BV 09 Borussia Dortmund   -  FC Bayern München     4-3 (1-2)

Date: July 25, 1989
Venue: Fritz-Walter-Stadion Kaiserslautern
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Hans-Peter Dellwing

BV Borussia 09 Dortmund:
Wolfgang de Beer (76. Rolf Meyer) – Thomas Kroth, Thomas Helmer, Michael Schulz –
Günter Breitzke, Michael Zorc, Andreas Möller, Murdo Davidson MacLeod (46. Günter Kutowski),
Michael Rummenigge – Jürgen Wegmann, Martin Driller - Coach: Horst Köppel.

Bayern München:
Raimond Aumann – Klaus Augenthaler, Roland Grahammer, Jürgen Kohler –
Stefan Reuter, Hans-Dieter Flick (46. Hans Dorfner), Olaf Thon, Ludwig Kögl,
Johannes Christian 'Hansi' Pflügler – Alan Bruce McInally, Radmilo Mihajlović -
Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes.

Goals:
0-1 Alan Bruce McInally 21'
1-1 Günter Breitzke 40'
1-2 Roland Grahammer 42'
2-2 Günter Breitzke 56'
3-2 Jürgen Wegmann 64'
3-3 Radmilo Mihajlović 66'
4-3 Andreas Möller 88'

Super Cup Final 1989/90

FC Bayern München   -  1. FC Kaiserslautern     4-1 (4-0)

Date: July 31, 1990
Venue: Wildparkstadion Karlsruhe
Attendance: 27,000
Referee: Hans-Jürgen Weber

FC Bayern München:
Raimond Aumann – Klaus Augenthaler - Roland Grahammer, Jürgen Kohler,
Johannes Christian 'Hansi' Pflügler – Stefan Reuter, Thomas Strunz,
Manfred Bender (68. Michael Sternkopf), Stefan Effenberg –
Brian Laudrup (74. Roland Wohlfarth), Radmilo Mihajlović -
Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes.

1. FC Kaiserslautern:
Gerald Ehrmann – Reinhard Stumpf (30. Axel Roos) Miroslav Kadlec, Roger Lutz –
Uwe Scherr (57. Guido Hoffmann), Thomas 'Tom' Dooley, Rainer Ernst, Markus Schupp,
Markus Kranz – Demir Hotić, Stefan Kunz - Coach: Karlheinz Feldkamp.

Goals:
1-0 Stefan Reuter 6'
2-0 Jürgen Kohler 19'
3-0 Manfred Bender 28'
4-0 Thomas Strunz 45'
4-1 Stefan Kuntz 62'

Super Cup 1990/91

Semi-Finals:
[Rostock] FC Hansa Rostock              - 1. FC Kaiserslautern  1-2
[Osnabrück] Eisenhüttenstädter FC Stahl - SV Werder Bremen      0-1

Final:
[Hannover] 1. FC Kaiserslautern   -  SV Werder Bremen           3-1 (1-0)

Date: August 6, 1991
Venue: Niedersachsenstadion Hannover
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Wolf-Günter Wiesel

1. FC Kaiserslautern:
Michael Serr – Stefan Kuntz - Axel Roos, Oliver Schäfer – Axel Lelle,
Thomas 'Tom' Dooley (68. Wolfgang Funkel), Marco Haber, Guio Hoffmann,
Bjarne Goldbæk (75. Roger Lutz) – Jürgen Degen, Bernhard Winkler -
Coach: Karlheinz Feldkamp.

SV Werder Bremen:
Oliver Reck – Miroslav 'Mirko' Votava - Thomas Schaaf, Ulrich 'Uli' Borowka –
Dieter Eilts, Marco Bode, Klaus Allofs, Günter Hermann, Thorsten Legat –
Stefan Kohn (46. Wynton Rufer), Kay Wenschlag (46. Uwe Harttgen) - Coach: Otto Rehhagel.

Goals:
1-0 Jürgen Degen 27'
2-0 Jürgen Degen 65'
2-1 Wynton Rufer 88'
3-1 Bernhard Winkler 90'

Super Cup Final 1991/92

VfB Stuttgart   -  Hannoverscher SV 96     3-1 (2-1)

Date: August 11, 1992
Venue: Niedersachsenstadion Hannover
Attendance: 21,200
Referee: Gerhard Theobald

VfB Stuttgart:
Eike Immel – Slobodan Dubajić - Günther Schäfer (66. Uwe Schneider), Michael Frontzeck –
Thomas Strunz, Guido Buchwald, Andreas Buck, Maurizio Gaudino, Ludwig Kögl – André Golke,
Fritz Walter (46. Adrian Knup) - Coach: Christoph Daum.

Hannoverscher SV 96:
Jörg Sievers – Mathias Kuhlmey - Axel Sundermann, Jörg-Uwe Klütz – Dejan Raičković,
Bernd Heemsoth, Michael Schjønberg-Christensen (46. Sergej Barbarez), André Sirocks,
Jörg Kretzschmar, Reinhold Mathy – Michael Koch (46. Reinhold Daschner) - Coach: Eberhard Vogel.

Goals:
0-1 Michael Koch 3'
1-1 Maurizio Gaudino 30'
2-1 Guido Buchwald 42'
3-1 Ludwig Kögl 58'

Super Cup Final 1992/93

SV Werder Bremen   -  TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen     2-2 (1-1, 0-0), 7-6 pen

Date: August 1, 1993
Venue: Ulrich-Haberland-Stadion Leverkusen
Attendance: 14,000
Referee: Manfred Amerell

SV Werder Bremen:
Oliver Reck – Frank Neubarth, Dietmar Beiersdorfer (46. Mario Basler), Ulrich 'Uli' Borowka –
Thomas Wolter, Marco Bode (106. Andree Wiedener), Miroslav 'Mirko' Votava, Andreas Herzog,
Dieter Eilts – Bernd Hobsch, Wynton Rufer - Coach: Wynton Rufer.

TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen:
Rüdiger Vollborn – Franco Foda, Christian Wörns, Jens Melzig (77. Ralf Becker) – Andreas Fischer,
Ioan Angelo Lupescu, Bernd Schuster, Pavel Hapal, PAULO SÉRGIO Silvestre do Nascimento –
Andreas Thom (46. Markus Happe), Ulf Kirsten - Coach: Dragoslav Stepanović.

Goals:
0-1 Andreas Fischer 61'
1-1 Bernd Hobsch 90'
2-1 Wynton Rufer 92' (Penalty)
2-2 Ulf Kirsten 97'

Penalty Shootout:
1-0 Andreas Herzog
1-1 Pavel Hapal
2-1 Miroslav 'Mirko' Votava
2-2 Ulf Kirsten
3-2 Wynton Rufer
3-3 Ioan Angelo Lupescu
4-3 Mario Basler
4-4 Franco Foda
5-4 Ulrich 'Uli' Borowka
5-5 Bernd Schuster
6-5 Andree Wiedener
6-6 Ralf Becker
7-6 Thomas Wolter
7-6 Markus Happe (saved)

Super Cup Final 1993/94

SV Werder Bremen   -  FC Bayern München     3-1 (1-1, 1-0) aet

Date: August 7, 1994
Venue: Olympiastadion München
Attendance: 22,000
Referee: Bernd Heynemann

SV Werder Bremen:
Oliver Reck – Hany Guda Ramzy , Dietmar Beiersdorfer, Michael Schulz – Miroslav 'Mirko' Votava,
Ulrich 'Uli' Borowka (67. Thomas Wolter), Dieter Eilts, Mario Basler, Andreas Herzog, Marco Bode –
Vladimir Yevgenyevich Beschastnykh (46. Wynton Rufer) - Coach: Otto Rehhagel.

FC Bayern München:
Oliver Kahn – Lothar Herbert Matthäus - Oliver Kreuzer (Red Card - 21.), Thomas Helmer –
Michael Sternkopf, Markus Schupp, Dieter Frey, Mehmet Scholl, Christian Nerlinger –
Jean-Pierre Papin (60. Dietmar Hamann), Alain Sutter (38. Adolfo José VALENCIA Mosquera) -
Coach: Giovanni Trapattoni.

Goals:
1-0 Vladimir Yevgenyevich Beschastnykh 2'
1-1 Christian Nerlinger 65'
2-1 Michael Schulz 104'
3-1 Wynton Rufer 116'

Super Cup Final 1994/95

BV Borussia 09 Dortmund   -  VfL 1900 Borussia Mönchengladbach     1-0 (0-0)

Date: August 5, 1995
Venue: Rheinstadion Düsseldorf
Attendance: 41,000
Referee: Markus Merk

BV Borussia 09 Dortmund:
Stefan Klos – Stefan Reuter, Jürgen Kohler (72. Bodo Schmidt), JÚLIO CÉSAR da Silva, Martin Kree –
Steffen Freund, Matthias Sammer, Patrik Berger, Knut Reinhardt (89. Marco Kurz) –
Lars Ricken (87. René Tretschok), Andreas Möller - Coach: Ottmar Hitzfeld.

VfL 1900 Borussia Mönchengladbach:
Uwe Kamps – Thomas Kastenmaier (75. Karlheinz Pflipsen), Michael Klinkert, Patrik Andersson,
Jörg Neun – Christian Hochstätter, Stefan Effenberg, Peter Wynhoff – Michael Sternkopf,
Martin Dahlin, Max Huiberts (85. Peter Nielsen) - Coach: Bernd Krauss.

Goals:
1-0 JÚLIO CÉSAR da Silva 71'

Super Cup Final 1995/96

BV Borussia 09 Dortmund   -  1. FC Kaiserslautern     1-1 (1-1, 0-0), 4-3 pen

Date: August 3, 1996
Venue: Carl-Benz-Stadion Mannheim
Attendance: 22,000
Referee: Hans-Peter Best

BV Borussia 09 Dortmund:
Stefan Klos – Matthias Sammer (91. Dennis Vogt) - Jürgen Kohler (60. Günter Kutowski),
Jörg Heinrich – Carsten Wolters, Stefan Reuter, Michael Zorc, Andreas Möller,
Dennis Weiland – Stéphane Chapuisat, Lars Ricken (71. Vladimir Vladimirovich But) -
Coach: Ottmar Hitzfeld.

1. FC Kaiserslautern:
Andreas Reinke – Andreas Brehme (99. Andreas Broß) - Harry Koch, Roger Lutz – Frank Greiner,
Axel Roos, Oliver Schäfer, Jürgen Wegmann (91. RATINHO Éverson Rodrigues), Martin Wagner –
Olaf Marschall (91. Jürgen Rische), Pavel Kuka  - Coach: Otto Rehhagel.

Goals:
0-1 Olaf Marschall 55'
1-1 Carsten Wolters 66'

Penalty Shootout:
0-1 Martin Wagner
0-1 Stefan Reuter (saved)
0-2 Pavel Kuka
0-2 Andreas Möller (saved)
0-3 Oliver Schäfer
1-3 Stéphane Chapuisat
1-3 RATINHO Éverson Rodrigues (missed)
2-3 Vladimir Vladimirovich But
2-3 Roger Lutz (missed)
3-3 Michael Zorc
3-3 Axel Roos (saved)
4-3 Dennis Weiland

Liga Cup 1972/73

Quarter-Finals:
DSC Arminia Bielefeld              - VfL 1900 Borussia Mönchengladbach    0-3  3-9  3-12
SC Fortuna Köln                    - SG Eintracht Frankfurt               2-3  3-3  5-6
TSV Eintracht Braunschweig         - Hamburger SV                         2-1  0-2  2-3
FC Bayern Hof                      - FC Schalke 04                        1-1  2-7  3-8

Semi-Finals:
VfL 1900 Borussia Mönchengladbach  - SG Eintracht Frankfurt               3-1  0-1  3-2
FC Schalke 04                      - Hamburger SV                         1-0  1-4  2-4 aet

Final:
Hamburger SV                       - VfL 1900 Borussia Mönchengladbach    4-0 (3-0)

Date: June 6, 1973
Venue: Volksparkstadion Hamburg
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Franz Wengenmayer

Hamburger SV:
Rudolf 'Rudi' Kargus – Manfred Kaltz, Peter Nogly, Willi Schulz,
Peter Hidien (85. Peter Krobbach) – Klaus Zaczyk, Ole Bjørnmose,
Franz-Josef Hönig –  Caspar Memering (81. Klaus Winkler), Horst Heese,
Georg Volkert - Coach: Klaus-Dieter Ochs.

VfL 1900 Borussia Mönchengladbach:
Wolfgang Kleff – Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike, Rainer Bonhof, Klaus-Dieter Sieloff,
Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts – Dietmar Danner, Christian Kulik, Günter Netzer –
Henning Jensen (63. Allan Rodenkam Simonsen), Bernd Rupp, Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes -
Coach: Hans 'Hennes' Weisweiler.

Goals:
1-0 Caspar Memering 15'
2-0 Peter Nogly 19'
3-0 Franz-Josef Hönig 37'
4-0 Peter Hidien 85'

Liga Cup 1996/97

First Round:
[Aue] TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen       - Karsruher SC             2-2  5-6 pen
[Koblenz] BV Borussia 09 Dortmund   - VfL Bochum               1-0

Semi-Finals:
[Osnabrück] VfB Stuttgart           - Karlsruher SC            3-0
[Augsburg] FC Bayern München        – BV Borussia 09 Dortmund  2-0

Final:
[Leverkusen] FC Bayern München      - VfB Stuttgart            2-0 (0-0)

Date: July 26t, 1997
Venue: Ulrich-Haberland-Stadion Leverkusen
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Jürgen Jansen

FC Bayern München:
Oliver Kahn – Lothar Herbert Matthäus - Markus Babbel, Thomas Helmer –
Dietmar Hamann (86. Thorsten Fink), Thomas Strunz, Mario Basler (60. Mehmet Scholl),
Christian Nerlinger, Bixente Lizarazu – Giovane de Souza ÉLBER - Coach: Giovanni Trapattoni.

VfB Stuttgart:
Franz Wohlfart – Zvonimir Soldo - Marco Haber, Thomas Berthold – Matthias Hagner
(72. Kristijan Đorđević), Murat Yakin, Gerhard Poschner, Thorsten Legat, Krasmir Balakov –
Fredi Bobič, Jonathan Akpoborie (80. Matthias Becker) - Coach: Joachim Löw.

Goals:
1-0 Mario Basler 57'
2-0 Giovane de Souza ÉLBER 71'

Liga Cup 1997/98

First Round:
[Lüdenscheid] TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen - MSV Duisburg             3-0
[Koblenz] VfB Stuttgart               - FC Schalke 04            2-1

Semi-Finals:
[Aue] FC Bayern München               - TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen  1-0
[Ludwigshafen] VfB Stuttgart          - 1. FC Kaiserslautern     3-2

Final:
[Leverkusen] FC Bayern München        - VfB Stuttgart            4-0 (3-0)

Date: August 8, 1998
Venue: BayArena Leverkusen
Attendance: 14,000
Referee: Lutz-Michael Fröhlich

FC Bayern München:
Oliver Kahn – Lothar Herbert Matthäus (67. Jens Jeremies) - Markus Babbel, Thomas Helmer –
Thomas Strunz, Thorsten Fink, Stefan Effenberg, Michael Tarnat, Mario Basler
(61. Alexander Zickler), Hasan Salihamidžić – Giovane de Souza ÉLBER (72. Carsten Jancker) -
Coach: Ottmar Hitzfeld.

VfB Stuttgart:
Franz Wohlfart – Franciscus Maria 'Frank' Verlaat (46. Timo Rost) -
Martin Spanring (35. Pablo Thiam), Thomas Berthold – Zvonimir Soldo, Krisztián Lisztes,
Kristijan Đorđević, Mitko Stojkovski, Michael Zeyer (27. Sreto Ristić), Krasimir Balakov –
Fredi Bobič - Coach: Winfried Schäfer.

Goals:
1-0 Giovane de Souza ÉLBER 4'
2-0 Giovane de Souza ÉLBER 25'
3-0 Giovane de Souza ÉLBER 41'
4-0 Carsten Jancker 89'

Liga Cup 1998/99

First Round:
[Jena] TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen      - 1. FC Kaiserslautern      3-1
[Osnabrück] BV Borussia 09 Dortmund - Hertha BSC                2-1

Semi-Finals:
[Aue] SV Werder Bremen              - TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen   2-1
[Augsburg] FC Bayern München        - BV Borussia 09 Dortmund   1-0

Final:
[Leverkusen] FC Bayern München      - SV Werder Bremen         2-1 (2-0)

Date: July 17, 1999
Venue: BayArena Leverkusen
Attendance: 13,000
Referee: Hans-Jürgen Weber

FC Bayern München:
Bernd Dreher – Patrik Andersson, Thomas Linke – Markus Babbel, Lothar Herbert Matthäus
(79. David Jarolím), Michael Tarnat – Mehmet Scholl, Thorsten Fink – Alexander Zickler
(77. Hasan Salihamidžić), Carsten Jancker, PAULO SÉRGIO Silvestre do Nascimento -
Coach: Ottmar Hitzfeld.

SV Werder Bremen:
Frank Rost – Dirk Flock, Sven Benken, Frank Baumann, Andree Wiedener –
Dieter Eilts (60. Rade Bogdanović), Raphaël Wicky – Torsten Frings (60. Christoph Dabrowski),
Yuriy Vilyovych Maksymov – Sören Seidel, AÍLTON Gonçalves da Silva (75. Adrian Kunz) -
Coach: Thomas Schaaf.

Goals:
1-0 PAULO SÉRGIO Silvestre do Nascimento 34'
2-0 Michael Tarnat 43'
2-1 Sören Seidel 56'

Liga Cup 1999/00

First Round:
[Lübeck] Hertha BSC                 - Hamburger SV             3-1
[Ludwigshafen] 1. FC Kaiserslautern – TSV 1860 München         2-0

Semi-Finals:
[Dessau] Hertha BSC                 - TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen  1-1  5-4 pen
[Augsburg] FC Bayern München        - 1. FC Kaiserslautern     4-1

Final:
[Leverkusen] FC Bayern München      - Hertha BSC               5-1 (0-0)

Date: August 1, 2000
Venue: BayArena Leverkusen
Attendance: 12,500
Referee: Hellmut Krug

FC Bayern München:
Oliver Kahn – Thorsten Fink, Patrik Andersson, Thomas Linke – Michael Wiesinger (46. Mehmet Scholl),
Sławomir Wojciechowski, Ciriaco Sforza, Hasan Salihamidžić, Michael Tarnat (78. Owen Lee Hargreaves) –
Roque Luis SANTA CRUZ Cantero (46. Carsten Jancker), Alexander Zickler - Coach: Ottmar Hitzfeld.

Hertha BSC:
Gábor Király – Marko Rehmer (27. Anthony Sanneh), Josip Šimunić (55. Manuel RUI MARQUES),
Eyjólfur Sverrisson – Sebastian Deisler, Pál Dárdai, Stefan Beinlich (72. Sixten Veit),
Darius Wosz, Kai Michalke – Ali Daei, Michael Preetz - Coach: Jürgen Röber.

Goals:
1-0 Alexander Zickler 50'
2-0 Carsten Jancker 53'
3-0 Eyjólfur Sverrisson 57' (Own goal)
3-1 Kai Michalke 61'
4-1 Alexander Zickler 67'
5-1 Alexander Zickler 85'

Liga Cup 2000/01

First Round:
[Hoffenheim] BV Borussia 09 Dortmund - SC Freiburg              1-1  3-1 pen
[Dessau] Hertha BSC                  - TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen  2-1

Semi-Finals:
[Lüdenscheid] FC Schalke 04          - BV Borussia 09 Dortmund  2-1
[Augsburg] Hertha BSC                - FC Bayern München        1-0

Final:
[Mannheim] Hertha BSC                - FC Schalke 04            4-1 (2-1)

Date: July 21, 2001
Venue: Carl-Benz-Stadion Mannheim
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Alfons Berg

Hertha BSC:
Gábor Király – Marko Rehmer, Konstandinos 'Kostas' Konstantinidis, Josip Šimunić –
Andreas 'Zecke' Neuendorf, Sebastian Deisler (63. Pál Dárdai), Stefan Beinlich,
Michael Hartmann (88. Thorben Marx) – MARCELINHO PARAÍBA Marcelo dos Santos,
Michael Preetz, ALEX ALVES Alexandre do Nascimento (82. Bart Goor) - Coach: Jürgen Röber.

FC Schalke 04:
Frode Grodås – Tomasz Hajto, Tomasz Wojciech Wałdoch, Nico Van Kerckhoven –
Kristijan Đorđević, Marco Van Hoogdalem, Jiří Němec, Jörg Böhme – Andreas Möller (57. Sven Vermant) –
Gerald Asamoah (57. Lokonda 'Emile' Mpenza), Ebbe Sand (70. Victor Agali) -
Coach: Hubertus Wilhelmus Margaretha 'Huub' Stevens.

Goals:
1-0 Tomasz Wojciech Wałdoch 24' (Own goal)
2-0 MARCELINHO PARAÍBA Marcelo dos Santos 29'
2-1 Jörg Böhme 40'
3-1 ALEX ALVES Alexandre do Nascimento 66'
4-1 Michael Hartmann 85'

Liga Cup 2001/02

First Round:
[Lübeck] TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen    - SV Werder Bremen         1-0
[Aue] FC Bayern München             - Hertha BSC               2-2  3-4 pen

Semi-Finals:
[Meppen] FC Schalke 04              - TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen  2-0
[Jena] BV Borussia 09 Dortmund      - Hertha BSC               1-2

Final:
[Bochum] Hertha BSC                 - FC Schalke 04            4-1 (2-0)

Date: August 1, 2002
Attendance: 11,200
Venue: Ruhrstadion Bochum
Referee: Hartmut Strampe

Hertha BSC:
Gábor Király – Michael Hartmann, Josip Šimunić, Arne Friedrich,
Andreas Schmidt (73. Thorben Marx) – Andreas 'Zecke' Neuendorf (67. René Tretschok),
Rob Maas – Bart Goor, MARCELINHO PARAÍBA Marcelo dos Santos, Bartosz Karwan
(79. Roberto Gonçalves Pinto) – ALEX ALVES Alexandre do Nascimento -
Coach: Hubertus Wilhelmus Margaretha 'Huub' Stevens.

FC Schalke 04:
Frank Rost – Aníbal Samuel Matellán, Marco Van Hoogdalem, Tomasz Hajto,
Niels Oude Kamphuis (40. Sven Kmetsch) – Christian Bager Poulsen –
Sven Vermant (70. Abdul Iyodo), Andreas Möller, Jörg Böhme (46. Gerald Asamoah) –
Victor Agali, Ebbe Sand - Coach: Frank Neubarth.

Goals:
1-0 MARCELINHO PARAÍBA Marcelo dos Santos 32'
2-0 ALEX ALVES Alexandre do Nascimento 33'
2-1 Victor Agali 61'
3-1 MARCELINHO PARAÍBA Marcelo dos Santos 84'
4-1 Roberto Gonçalves Pinto 89'

Liga Cup 2002/03

First Round:
[Wattenscheid] BV Borussia 09 Dortmund - VfL Bochum               2-1
[Dessau] Hamburger SV                  - Hertha BSC               2-1

Semi-Finals:
[Aalen] VfB Stuttgart                  - BV Borussia 09 Dortmund  0-1
[Jena] FC Bayern München               - Hamburger SV             3-3  1-4 pen

Final:
[Mainz] Hamburger SV                   - BV Borussia 09 Dortmund  4-2 (3-1)

Date: July 28, 2003
Venue: Stadion am Bruchweg Mainz
Attendance: 16,700
Referee: Jürgen Aust

Hamburger SV:
Martin Pieckenhagen - Lars Jacobsen, Nico-Jan Hoogma, Tomáš Ujfaluši, 
Christian Rahn - Marcel Maltritz, Stefan Beinlich (89. Björn Schlicke) - 
Sergej Barbarez (77. Stephan Kling) - Mehdi Mahdavikia, Rodolfo Estebán 
Cardoso (59. Raphael Wicky) - Naohiro Takahara - Coach: Kurt Jara.

BV Borussia 09 Dortmund: 
Roman Weidenfeller - Stefan Reuter (70. Otto Addo - Red Card - 90.),
Christian Wörns, Ahmed Reda Madouni, DEDÉ Leonardo de Deus Santos -
Guy Demel (81. David Odonkor), Sebastian Kehl (Red Card 90.) -
Lars Ricken (66. Giuseppe Reina), Tomáš Rosický - Jan Koller,
Márcio AMOROSO dos Santos - Coach: Matthias Sammer.

Goals:
1-0 Nico-Jan Hoogma 2'
2-0 Rodolfo Estebán Cardoso 12'
3-0 Naohiro Takahara 18'
3-1 Márcio AMOROSO dos Santos 24' (Penalty) 
3-2 Jan Koller 61' 
4-2 Stefan Beinlich 68'

Liga Cup 2003/04

First Round:
[Jena] TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen      - FC Hansa Rostock         1-1  4-3 pen
[Aalen] VfB Stuttgart               - VfL Bochum               3-0

Semi-Finals:
[Wattenscheid] FC Bayern München    - TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen  3-0
[Meppen] SV Werder Bremen           - VfB Stuttgart            2-0

Final:
[Mainz] FC Bayern München           - SV Werder Bremen         3-2

Date: August 2, 2004
Venue: Stadion am Bruchweg Mainz
Attendance: 13,200
Referee: Lutz-Michael Fröhlich 

FC Bayern München: 
Oliver Kahn - Andreas Görlitz, Martín Gastón 'Micho' Demichelis, Thomas Linke,
Hasan Salihamidžić - Torsten Frings, Michael Ballack - Sebastian Deisler
(70. Jens Jeremies), ZÉ ROBERTO José Roberto da Silva Junior (46 LÚCIO Lucimar
Ferreira da Silva) - Rudolfus Antonius 'Roy' Makaay (4. Vahid Hashemian),
Roque Luis SANTA CRUZ Cantero - Coach: Felix Wolfgang Magath.

SV Werder Bremen:
Andreas Reinke - Petri Pasanen, Valérien Ismaël, Frank Fahrenhorst,
Paul Stalteri (46. Ludovic Magnin) - Frank Baumann (46. Pekka Lagerblom) -
Tim Borowski, Fabian Ernst (83. Nélson Antonio Haedo Valdez) - Johan Micoud -
Ivan Klasnić, Miroslav Klose - Coach: Thomas Schaaf.

Goals:
1-0 Sebastian Deisler 27'
2-0 Sebastian Deisler 44' 
3-0 Michael Ballack 65'
3-1 Ivan Klasnić 68' 
3-2 Valérien Ismaël 74' (Penalty)

Liga Cup 2004/05

First Round:
[Düsseldorf] SV Werder Bremen       - TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen  1-0
[Düsseldorf] Hertha BSC             - VfB Stuttgart            0-0  3-4 pen

Semi-Finals:
[München] FC Bayern München         - VfB Stuttgart            1-2
[Gelsenkirchen] FC Schalke 04       - SV Werder Bremen         2-1

Final:
[Leipzig] FC Schalke 04             - VfB Stuttgart            1-0

Date: August 2, 2005
Attendance: 40,500
Venue: Zentralstadion Leipzig
Referee: Lutz Wagner

FC Schalke 04: 
Frank Rost - HAMIT Altintop, Marcelo José Bordon, Mladen Krstajić,
Levan Kobiashvili - Christian Bager Poulsen - Fabian Ernst, Zlatan Bajramović -
LINCOLN Cássio de Souza Soares (Red Card - 90.) - Ebbe Sand (62. Gerald Asamoah),
Kevin Dennis Kurányi (Red Card - 66.) - Coach: Ralf Rangnick.

VfB Stuttgart: 
Timo Hildebrand - Andreas Hinkel, FERNANDO José da Silva Freitas MEIRA,
Mathieu Delpierre, Boris Živković (46. Ludovic Magnin) - Silvio Meißner,
Zvonimir Soldo, Thomas Hitzlsperger - CACAU Claudemir Jeronimo Baretto,
Jesper Grønkjær (64. Marco Streller) - Mario GÓMEZ García (46. Jon Dahl Tomasson) -
Coach: Giovanni Trapattoni.

Goal:
1-0 Kevin Dennis Kurányi 10' 

Liga Cup 2005/06

First Round:
[Düsseldorf] Hamburger SV           - Hertha BSC               1-0
[Düsseldorf] FC Schalke 04          - TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen  1-1  9-8 pen
 
Semi-Finals:
[Bremen] SV Werder Bremen           - Hamburger SV             2-1
[München] FC Bayern München         - FC Schalke 04            0-0  4-1 pen
 
Final:
[Leipzig] SV Werder Bremen          - FC Bayern München        2-0
 
Date: August 5, 2006
Venue: Zentralstadion Leipzig
Attendance: 41,300
Referee: Manuel Gräfe
 
SV Werder Bremen:
Tim Wiese - Patrick Owomoyela, Frank Fahrenhorst, NALDO Ronaldo Aparecido Rodrigues,
Pierre Nlend Womé - Torsten Frings - Daniel Jensen (77. Leon Andreasen),
Christian Schulz (81. Jurica Vranješ) - DIEGO Ribas Cunha - Ivan Klasnić,
Miroslav Klose (60. Aaron Hunt) - Coach: Thomas Schaaf.
 
FC Bayern München:
FC Bayern: Oliver Kahn - Willy Sagnol, LÚCIO Lucimar Ferreira da Silva,
Daniel Van Buyten, Philipp Lahm (46. Andreas Ottl) - Owen Lee Hargreaves -
Ali Mohammed Karimi, Bastian Schweinsteiger (46. JULIO Daniel DOS SANTOS Rodríguez) -
Roque Luis SANTA CRUZ Cantero - Rudolfus Antonius 'Roy' Makaay,
Lukas Podolski (46. Hasan Salihamidžić) - Coach: Felix Wolfgang Magath.
 
Goals:
1-0 Ivan Klasnić 29'
2-0 Ivan Klasnić 66'

Liga Cup 2006/07

First Round:
[Düsseldorf] FC Schalke 04          - Karlsruher SC            1-0
[Düsseldorf] SV Werder Bremen       - FC Bayern München        1-4
 
Semi-Finals:
[Nürnberg] 1. FC Nürnberg           - FC Schalke 04            2-4
[Stuttgart] VfB Stuttgart           - FC Bayern München        0-2
 
Final:
[Leipzig] FC Schalke 04             - FC Bayern München        0-1
 
Date: July 28, 2007
Venue: Zentralstadion Leipzig
Attendance: 43,500
Referee: Florian Meyer
 
FC Schalke 04:
Manuel Neuer - RAFINHA Marcio Rafael Ferreira de Souza (75. Heiko Westermann),
Marcelo José Bordon, Mladen Krstajić, Christian Pander - Fabian Ernst,
Levan Kobiashvili - Ivan Rakitić (66. Mimoun Azaouagh), HALIL Altintop,
Peter Løvenkrands (58. Gerald Asamoah) - Kevin Kuranyi - Coach: Mirko Slomka.
 
FC Bayern München:
Oliver Kahn - Philipp Lahm, LÚCIO Lucimar Ferreira da Silva, Martín Gastón 'Micho' Demichelis,
Marcell Jansen - ZÉ ROBERTO José Roberto da Silva Junior, Andreas Ottl -
Christian Lell (75. Julio dos Santos), HAMIT Altintop, José Ernesto Sosa -
Miroslav Klose (90. Sandro Wagner) - Coach: Ottmar Hitzfeld.
 
Goal:
0-1 Miroslav Klose 29'

Super Cup 2008 (unofficial)

BV Borussia 09 Dortmund - FC Bayern München  2-1 (2-0)

Date: July 23, 2008
Venue: SIGNAL IDUNA PARK Dortmund
Attendance: 69,000
Referee: Thorsten Kinhöfer

BV Borussia 09 Dortmund:
Roman Weidenfeller - Antonio Rukavina, Neven Subotić, Mats Hummels,
DEDÊ Leonardo de Deus Santos - Tamás Hajnal (60. Giovanni Federico), Sebastian Kehl -
Jakub Błaszczykowski (60. Marc-André Kruska), Delron Buckley (46. Florian Kringe) -
Nélson Antonio Haedo Valdez (71. Diego Fernando Klimowicz),
Mladen Petrić (86. Bajram Sadrijaj) - Coach: Jürgen Klopp.

FC Bayern München:
Michael Rensing - Willy Sagnol (46. Daniel Van Buyten), LÚCIO Lucimar Ferreira da Silva,
Martín Gastón 'Micho' Demichelis, Christian Lell - Tim Borowski (46. Andreas Ottl),
Mark Peter Gertruda Andreas van Bommel - HAMIT Altıntop,
Bastian Schweinsteiger (46. Toni Kroos) - Luca Toni (46. Lukas Podolski),
Miroslav Klose (46. Joseph Ngwenya) - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.*

* MEHMET Ekici is credited as scorer of FC Bayern München's goal but is not shown
in the starting line-up or as one of the substitutes in "kicker sportmagazin".

Goals:
1-0 Jakub Błaszczykowski 29'
2-0 Tamás Hajnal 33'
2-1 MEHMET Ekici 73'

Super Cup 2009 (unofficial)

SV Werder Bremen - VfL Wolfsburg  2-1 (1-0)

Date: July 20, 2009
Venue: Volkswagen Arena Wolfsburg
Attendance: 18,000
Referee: *

* The name of the referee isn't shown in "kicker sportmagazin".

SV Werder Bremen:
Tim Wiese - Clemens Fritz, NALDO Ronaldo Aparecido Rodrigues (88. Petri Pasanen),
Per Mertesacker, Duško Tošić (73. Jurica Vranješ) - Torsten Frings,
Peter Niemeyer (46. Martin Harnik) - Aaron Hunt (73. Mesut Özil),
Philipp Bargfrede (73. Sebastian Boenisch) - MARCELO MARTINS Moreno (60. Márkó Futács),
Boubacar Sanogo - Coach: Thomas Schaaf.

VfL Wolfsburg:
Marwin Hitz - Sascha Riether (63. Peter Pekarík), Andrea Barzagli (84. Jan Šimůnek),
Alexander Madlung (46. RICARDO Miguel Moreira da COSTA), Marcel Schäfer -
Cristian Zaccardo (46. Karim Koceila Yanis Ziani) - Thomas Kahlenberg
(63. Daniel Baier - Red Card - 90.), Zvjezdan Misimović, Christian Gentner -
Alexander Esswein (79. CAIUBY Francisco da Silva), GRAFITE Edinaldo Batista Libânio -
Coach: Armin Veh.

Goals:
1-0 Per Mertesacker 20'
1-1 GRAFITE Edinaldo Batista Libânio 67'
2-1 Clemens Fritz 81'

Super Cup Final 2009/10

FC Bayern München         -  FC Schalke 04                    2-0 (0-0)
 
Date: August 8, 2010
Venue: impuls arena Augsburg
Attendance: 30,622
Referee: Manuel Gräfe
 
FC Bayern München:
Thomas Kraft - Philipp Lahm, Martín Gastón 'Micho' Demichelis (71. José Ernesto Sosa),
Holger Badstuber, Diego Armando Contento - Bastian Schweinsteiger (59. Andreas Ottl),
Danijel Pranjić - Ivica Olić, HAMIT Altıntop (69. Anatoliy Oleksandrovych Tymoshchuk) -
Miroslav Klose, Thomas Müller - Coach: Aloysius Paulus Maria 'Louis' Van Gaal
 
FC Schalke 04:
Manuel Neuer - Atsuto Uchida, Benedikt Höwedes, Christoph Metzelder, Lukas Schmitz
(46. SERGIO ESCUDERO Palomo) - Joel André MATIP Job - Peer Kluge (46. Christoph Moritz),
Ivan Rakitić - Jéfferson Agustín FARFÁN Guadalupe - RAÚL González Blanco,
EDU Eduardo Gonçalves de Oliveira - Coach: Felix Wolfgang Magath.
 
Goals:
1-0 Thomas Müller 75'
2-0 Miroslav Klose 81'

Super Cup Final 2010/11

BV Borussia 09 Dortmund   -  FC Schalke 04                    0-0 (0-0), 3-4 pen
 
Date: July 23, 2011
Venue: VELTINS-Arena Gelsenkirchen
Attendance: 61,673
Referee: Knut Kircher
 
BV Borussia 09 Dortmund:
Roman Weidenfeller - Łukasz Piszczek, FELIPE Augusto SANTANA, Mats Hummels,
Chris Löwe (77. Moritz Leitner) - Ilkay Gündoğan, Sebastian Kehl (75. Sven Bender) -
Mario Götze (75. Ivan Perišić), Shinji Kagawa, Kevin Großkreutz - Robert Lewandowski -
Coach: Jürgen Klopp.
 
FC Schalke 04:
Ralf Fährmann - Marco Höger, Benedikt Höwedes, Kyriakos Papadopoulos,
Christian Fuchs - Joël André MATIP Job, Lewis Holtby - Alexander Baumjohann
(89. EDU Eduardo Gonçalves de Oliveira), RAÚL González Blanco, Julian Draxler
(46. José Manuel JURADO Marín) - Dirk Jan Klaas 'Klaas-Jan' Huntelaar
(69. Jan Morávek) - Coach: Ralf Rangnick.
 
Penalty Shoot-out:
1-0 Ilkay Gündoğan
1-1 Lewis Holtby
2-1 Mats Hummels
2-2 EDU Eduardo Gonçalves de Oliveira
2-2 Kevin Großkreutz (saved)
2-3 Benedikt Höwedes
3-3 Moritz Leitner
3-4 José Manuel JURADO Marín
3-4 Ivan Perišić (saved)

Super Cup Final 2011/12

FC Bayern München         -  BV Borussia 09 Dortmund          2-1 (2-0)

Date: August 12, 2012
Venue: Allianz Arena München
Attendance: 69,000
Referee: Michael Weiner

FC Bayern München:
Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Jérôme Boateng, DANTE Bonfim Costa Santos,
Emre Can (70. Holger Badstuber) - LUIZ GUSTAVO Dias, Toni Kroos -
Arjen Robben (85. Xherdan Shaqiri), Thomas Müller,
Franck Ribéry (80. Anatoliy Oleksandrovych Tymoshchuk) -
Mario Mandžukić - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes.

BV Borussia 09 Dortmund:
Roman Weidenfeller - Łukasz Piszczek, Neven Subotić, Mats Hummels, Marcel Schmelzer -
Ilkay Gündoğan, Moritz Leitner (64. Mario Götze) -
Jakub Błaszczykowski (71. Julian Schieber), Marco Reus,
Kevin Großkreutz (64. Ivan Perišić) - Robert Lewandowski - Coach: Jürgen Klopp.

Goals:
1-0 Mario Mandžukić 6'
2-0 Thomas Müller 11'
2-1 Robert Lewandowski 75'

Super Cup Final 2012/13

BV Borussia 09 Dortmund   -  FC Bayern München                4-2 (1-0)

Date: July 27, 2013
Venue: SIGNAL IDUNA PARK Dortmund
Attendance: 80,645
Referee: Jochen Drees

BV Borussia 09 Dortmund:
Roman Weidenfeller - Kevin Großkreutz, Neven Subotić, Mats Hummels,
Marcel Schmelzer - NURI Kazım Şahin, Sven Bender (46. Sebastian Kehl) -
Jakub Błaszczykowski (72. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang),
İlkay Gündoğan (88. Sokratis Papastathopoulos), Marco Reus -
Robert Lewandowski - Coach: Jürgen Klopp.

FC Bayern München:
Tom Starke - Philipp Lahm, Daniel Van Buyten, Jérôme Boateng, David Alaba -
THIAGO Alcántara do Nascimento - Thomas Müller,
Toni Kroos (86. DANTE Bonfim Costa Santos) - Arjen Robben,
Mario Mandžukić (75. Claudio Miguel PIZARRO Bosio) -
Xherdan Shaqiri (67. Bastian Schweinsteiger) - Coach: Josep Guardiola i Sala.

Goals:
1-0 Marco Reus 6'
1-1 Arjen Robben 54'
2-1 Daniel Van Buyten (Own goal) 56'
3-1 İlkay Gündoğan 57'
3-2 Arjen Robben 64'
4-2 Marco Reus 86'

Super Cup Final 2013/14

BV Borussia 09 Dortmund   -  FC Bayern München                2-0 (1-0)

Date: August 13, 2014
Venue: SIGNAL IDUNA PARK Dortmund
Attendance: 80,667
Referee: Peter Gagelmann

BV Borussia 09 Dortmund:
Mitchell James Langerak - Łukasz Piszczek, Sokratis Papastathopoulos,
Matthias Ginter, Marcel Schmelzer (46. Erik Durm) - Sebastian Kehl -
Oliver Kirch (85. Sven Bender), Henrikh Hamleti Mkhitaryan - Jonas Hofmann -
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (63. Gustavo Adrián RAMOS Vásquez), Ciro Immobile -
Coach: Jürgen Klopp.

FC Bayern München:
Manuel Neuer - Jérôme Boateng, Javier JAVI MARTÍNEZ Aginaga (31. DANTE Bonfim Costa Santos),
David Alaba - Pierre-Emile Kordt Højbjerg (59. Mario Götze), Gianluca Gaudino,
Sebastian Rode, JUAN BERNAT Velasco - Thomas Müller (46. Philipp Lahm),
Xherdan Shaqiri - Robert Lewandowski - Coach: Josep Guardiola i Sala.

Goals:
1-0 Henrikh Hamleti Mkhitaryan 23'
2-0 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 62'

Super Cup Final 2014/15

VfL Wolfsburg - FC Bayern München                          1-1 (0-0), 5-4 pen

Date: August 1, 2015
Venue: Volkswagen Arena Wolfsburg
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Marco Fritz

VfL Wolfsburg:
Koen Casteels - VIEIRINHA Adelino André Vieira de Freitas, NALDO Ronaldo Aparecido Rodrigues,
Timm Klose, Ricardo Rodríguez - Josuha Guilavogui, Maximilian Arnold -
David Caligiuri (63. André Schürrle), Kevin De Bruyne, Ivan Perišić (70. Max Kruse) -
Bas Dost (70. Nicklas Bendtner) - Coach: Dieter Hecking.

FC Bayern München:
Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Jérôme Boateng, Medhi Amine El Mouttaqi Benatia, David Alaba -
XABI ALONSO Olano - Arjen Robben, Thomas Müller (84. Mario Götze),
THIAGO Alcántara do Nascimento (74. Arturo Erasmo VIDAL Pardo), DOUGLAS COSTA de Souza -
Robert Lewandowski (72. RAFINHA Marcio Rafael Ferreira de Souza) - Coach: Josep Guardiola i Sala.

Goals:
0-1 Arjen Robben 49'
1-1 Nicklas Bendtner 89'

Penalty Shoot-out:
0-1 Arturo Erasmo VIDAL Pardo
1-1 Ricardo Rodríguez
1-1 XABI ALONSO Olano (saved)
2-1 Kevin De Bruyne
2-2 Arjen Robben
3-2 André Schürrle
3-3 Philipp Lahm
4-3 Max Kruse
4-4 DOUGLAS COSTA de Souza
5-4 Nicklas Bendtner

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