Poland - List of Super Cup Finals

Year Champions                    Cup Winners                          Venue
1983 Lech Poznań              0-1 Lechia Gdańsk                        [in Gdańsk] 
1984    not held
1985    not held
1986    not held
1987 Górnik Zabrze            0-2 Śląsk Wrocław                        [in Białystok]  
1988 Górnik Zabrze            2-1 Lech Poznań                          [in Piotrków]
1989 Ruch Chorzów             0-3 Legia Warszawa                       [in Zamość]
1990 Lech Poznań              3-1 Legia Warszawa                       [in Bydgoszcz]
1991 Zagłębie Lubin           1-1 GKS Katowice      [2-3 pen]          [in Włocławek]
1992 Lech Poznań              4-2 Miedź Legnica                        [in Lubin]
1993    not held                                    [*1]               [in Radom]     
1994 Legia Warszawa           6-4 ŁKS Łódź          [*2]               [in Płock]
1995 Legia Warszawa           0-1 GKS Katowice      [*2]               [in Rzeszów]  
1996 Widzew Łódź              0-0 Ruch Chorzów      [5-4 pen]          [in Wodzisław]  
1997 Widzew Łódź              1-2 Legia Warszawa                       [in Warszawa]
1998 ŁKS Łódź                 0-1 Amica Wronki                         [in Grodzisk Wlkp.]
1999 Wisła Kraków             0-1 Amica Wronki                         [in Ostrowiec Św.]
2000 Polonia Warszawa         4-2 Amica Wronki                         [in Płock]
2001 Wisła Kraków             4-3 Polonia Warszawa                     [in Starachowice]
2002    not held                                    [*3]               [in Suwałki]
2003    not held
2004 Wisła Krįkow             2-2 Lech Poznań       [1-4 pen; *4]      [in Poznań]
2005    not held
2006 Wisła Płock              2-1 Legia Warszawa                       [in Warszawa]
2007 Zagłębie Lubin           1-0 GKS Bełchatów     [*5]               [in Lubin] 
2008 Wisła Kraków             1-2 Legia Warszawa                       [in Ostrowiec Św.]
2009 Wisła Kraków             1-1 Lech Poznań       [4-5 pen]          [in Lubin]
2010 Lech Poznań              0-1 Jagiellonia Białystok                [in Płock]
2011    not held
2012 Śląsk Wrocław            1-1 Legia Warszawa    [4-2 pen]          [in Warszawa]
2013    not held
2014 Legia Warszawa           2-3 Zawisza Bydgoszcz                    [in Warszawa]
2015 Lech Poznań              3-1 Legia Warszawa                       [in Poznań]
2016 Legia Warszawa           1-4 Lech Poznań       [*6]               [in Warszawa] 
2017 Legia Warszawa           1-1 Arka Gdynia       [3-4 pen]          [in Warszawa]
2018 Legia Warszawa           2-3 Arka Gdynia       [*7]               [in Warszawa]
2019 Piast Gliwice            1-3 Lechia Gdańsk                        [in Gliwice]
2020 Legia Warszawa           0-0 Cracovia (Kraków) [4-5 pen]          [in Warszawa]
2021 Legia Warszawa           1-1 Raków Częstochowa [3-4 pen]          [in Warszawa]

[*1] not held as PZPN could not decide which team should play as champions 1993.
[*2] Legia having won the double in 1994 and 1995, ŁKS Łódź and GKS Katowice played
     as losing cup finalists.
[*3] not held for financial reasons although the match between champions Legia
     Warszawa and cup winners Wisła Kraków had already been scheduled for Sep 8.
[*4] as champions and cup winners happened to play each other in the final round of
     the league, PZPN decided to make the fixture a final for the Super Cup as well...
[*5] GKS Bełchatów apparently entered as league runners-up.
[*6] Legia having won the double in 2016, Lech Poznań played as losing cup finalists.
[*7] Legia having won the double in 2018, Arka Gdynia played as losing cup finalists.

Number of Wins [30; lost finals between square brackets]
  
 6 [ 3] Lech Poznań     

 4 [11] Legia Warszawa         

 2 [ 1] Amica Wronki            
 2      Arka Gdynia
 2      GKS Katowice  
 2      Lechia Gdańsk   
 2      Śląsk Wrocław        
 
 1 [ 4] Wisła Kraków   
 1 [ 1] Górnik Zabrze   
 1 [ 1] Polonia Warszawa         
 1 [ 1] Widzew Łódź    
 1 [ 1] Zagłębie Lubin    
 1      Cracovia (Kraków)
 1      Jagiellonia Białystok    
 1      Raków Częstochowa
 1      Wisła Płock
 1      Zawisza Bydgoszcz     

   [ 2] ŁKS Łódź     
   [ 2] Ruch Chorzów 
   [ 1] GKS Bełchatów 
   [ 1] Miedź Legnica
   [ 1] Piast Gliwice


Number of League-and-Cup Doubles (13) 

 7 Legia (CWKS) Warszawa     [1955, 1956, 1994, 1995, 2013, 2016, 2018]

 3 Górnik Zabrze             [1965, 1971, 1972]

 1 Lech Poznań               [1984]
   Ruch Chorzów              [1974]
   Wisła Kraków              [2003]

NB: does not include 1951, when Wisła Kraków won the league season but
    Ruch (Unia) Chorzów were declared champions due to their cup win


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