Egypt - List of Super Cup Winners

2000/01 Zamalek	            2-1 Ghazl El-Mahalla [aet]     [14- 9-2001]
2001/02 Zamalek             1-0 Mokawloon        [aet]     [19- 9-2002] [*1]
2002/03 Ahly                0-0 Zamalek          [3-1 pen] [28- 8-2003]
2003/04 Mokawloon           4-2 Zamalek                    [10- 9-2004]
2004/05 Ahly                1-0 ENPPI            [aet]     [27- 7-2005]
2005/06 Ahly                1-0 ENPPI                      [23- 7-2006] [*2]
2006/07 Ahly                1-1 Ismaily          [4-2 pen] [ 9- 8-2007] [*3]
2007/08 Ahly                2-0 Zamalek                    [26- 7-2008]
2008/09 Haras Hodoud        2-0 Ahly                       [21- 7-2009]
2009/10 Ahly                1-0 Haras Hodoud               [25- 7-2010]
2010/11 Ahly                2-1 ENPPI                      [ 9- 9-2012]
2011-13   not played
2013/14 Ahly                0-0 Zamalek          [5-4 pen] [14- 9-2014] 
2014/15 Ahly                3-2 Zamalek                    [15-10-2015]             
2015/16 Zamalek             0-0 Ahly             [3-1 pen] [10- 2-2017]
2016/17 Ahly                1-0 Masry            [aet]     [12- 1-2018]
2017/18 Ahly                3-2 Zamalek                    [20- 9-2019]
2018/19 Zamelek             0-0 Ahly             [4-3 pen] [20- 2-2020]
2019/20 Jaish               0-0 Ahly             [3-2 pen] [21- 9-2021]

[*1] Mokawloon replaced champions Ismaily who refused to play
[*2] ENPPI apparently replaced Zamalek, runners-up behind Ahly in both
     league and cup 2005/06
[*3] Ismaily apparently replaced Zamalek, runners-up behind Ahly in both
     league and cup 2006/07

Number of Wins (18, lost finals between square brackets)

11 [ 4] Ahly

 4 [ 6] Zamalek

 1 [ 1] Haras Hodoud
 1 [ 1] Mokawloon
 1      Jaish
  
   [ 3] ENPPI
   [ 1] Ghazl El-Mehalla
   [ 1] Ismaily
   [ 1] Masry


Number of League-and-Cup Doubles (18)

NB: only since inauguration of national league in 1948.

15 Ahly                      [1949, 1950, 1951, 1953, 1956, 1958, 1961, 1981, 1985, 1989,
                              1996, 2006, 2007, 2017, 2020]

 3 Zamalek                   [1960, 1988, 2015]

NB: in 1958 the cup was shared between Ahly and Zamalek after two draws (0-0
    and 2-2) had been played out in the final.

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