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2020 UEFA Super Cup

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2020 UEFA Super Cup
After extra time
Date24 September 2020 (2020-09-24)
VenuePuskás Aréna, Budapest
Man of the MatchThomas Müller (Bayern Munich)[1]
RefereeAnthony Taylor (England)[2]
WeatherPartly cloudy night
20 °C (68 °F)
60% humidity[4]

The 2020 UEFA Super Cup was the 45th edition of the UEFA Super Cup. The match featured Bayern Munich, the winners of the 2019–20 UEFA Champions League, and Sevilla, the winners of the 2019–20 UEFA Europa League. It was played at the Puskás Aréna in Budapest, Hungary on 24 September 2020.[5]

The match was originally scheduled to be played at the Estádio do Dragão in Porto, Portugal, on 12 August 2020;[6][7] however, after the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe caused the schedule to change of the previous season's club finals. The UEFA Executive Committee chose to award the rescheduled Champions League final to Portugal, and postponed and relocated the Super Cup to Budapest.[8][9]

Bayern Munich won the match 2–1 after extra time to secure their second UEFA Super Cup title.[1]

Team Qualification Previous participations (bold indicates winners)
Germany Bayern Munich Winners of the 2019–20 UEFA Champions League 4 (1975, 1976, 2001, 2013)
Spain Sevilla Winners of the 2019–20 UEFA Europa League 5 (2006, 2007, 2014, 2015, 2016)
The Puskás Aréna in Budapest hosted the match.

The Estádio do Dragão was scheduled to stage its first ever UEFA Super Cup match.

This was the first UEFA club competition final hosted at the Puskás Aréna and the second for Budapest and Hungary.

Host selection

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An open bidding process was launched on 8 December 2017 by UEFA to select the venue of the UEFA Super Cup in 2020. Associations had until 12 January 2018 to express interest, and bid dossiers had to be submitted by 29 March 2018. Associations hosting matches at UEFA Euro 2020 were not allowed to bid for the 2020 UEFA Super Cup.

The UEFA Executive Committee relocated the match to Puskás Aréna in Budapest at their meeting on 17 June 2020.[8]


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Tickets were on sale for the general public until 9 September 2020.[10] Moreover, 3,000 tickets were available for the supporters of each team. In total, 15,500 tickets were sold.[11] Strict hygiene measures, including social distancing and wearing of face masks when social distancing could not be respected, were in place during the match. Ticket holders from overseas had to present proof of a negative SARS-CoV-2 PCR test performed within three days of entry, and had to leave the country within 72 hours after their entry.

Despite Hungarian government insisting that the match would be safe to attend, there was opposition to the decision to have spectators. Hungarian politician Ildikó Borbély called the game an "unacceptable experiment", while Minister President of Bavaria Markus Söder urged Bayern fans not to travel, fearing that the match could turn into a "hotbed for COVID-19 to spread". Hungarian Medical Chamber advisor, epidemiologist András Csilek, stated that the Chamber also considered it wrong, saying that it "carries unnecessary risk adding" and "shouldn't be allowed".[12]


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On 15 September 2020, UEFA named English official Anthony Taylor as the referee for the match. Taylor had been a FIFA referee since 2013, and previously worked as one of the additional assistant referees in the 2014 UEFA Super Cup, 2015 UEFA Europa League Final, 2016 UEFA Champions League Final and UEFA Euro 2016 Final. He was joined by his fellow countrymen, with Gary Beswick and Adam Nunn as assistant referees, Stuart Attwell as the video assistant referee (VAR) and Paul Tierney as the assistant VAR. Israeli referee Orel Grinfeld served as the fourth official.[2]

Sevilla were awarded a penalty after 13 minutes when Ivan Rakitić was blocked and bundled over in the penalty area by David Alaba. Lucas Ocampos scored the penalty shooting to the left corner to put Sevilla ahead. Leon Goretzka made it 1–1 in the 34th minute, with a side foot finish to the left corner of the net after a take down assist from Robert Lewandowski.[13] The game went into extra time, with substitute Javi Martínez getting the winner for Bayern in the 104th minute with a powerful header to the top left corner of the net when the ball fell to him, after Sevilla goalkeeper Yassine Bounou had punched the ball back into play.[14]

The Champions League winners was designated as the "home" team for administrative purposes.

Bayern Munich Germany2–1 (a.e.t.)Spain Sevilla
Attendance: 15,180[3]
Bayern Munich[4]
GK 1 Germany Manuel Neuer (c)
RB 5 France Benjamin Pavard
CB 21 France Lucas Hernandez Yellow card 90+1' Substituted off 99'
CB 4 Germany Niklas Süle
LB 27 Austria David Alaba Yellow card 12' Substituted off 112'
CM 18 Germany Leon Goretzka Substituted off 99'
CM 6 Germany Joshua Kimmich
RW 10 Germany Leroy Sané Substituted off 70'
AM 25 Germany Thomas Müller
LW 7 Germany Serge Gnabry
CF 9 Poland Robert Lewandowski
GK 26 Germany Sven Ulreich
GK 35 Germany Alexander Nübel
DF 17 Germany Jérôme Boateng Substituted in 112'
DF 41 United States Chris Richards
MF 8 Spain Javi Martínez Substituted in 99'
MF 11 France Michaël Cuisance
MF 19 Canada Alphonso Davies Substituted in 99'
MF 24 France Corentin Tolisso Substituted in 70'
MF 30 Germany Adrian Fein
MF 40 Germany Malik Tillman
MF 42 England Jamal Musiala
FW 14 Netherlands Joshua Zirkzee
Manager:[note 1]
Germany Hansi Flick
GK 13 Morocco Yassine Bounou
RB 16 Spain Jesús Navas (c)
CB 20 Brazil Diego Carlos
CB 12 France Jules Koundé Yellow card 55'
LB 18 Spain Sergio Escudero Yellow card 119'
CM 8 Spain Joan Jordán Yellow card 45+1' Substituted off 94'
CM 25 Brazil Fernando Yellow card 70'
CM 10 Croatia Ivan Rakitić Substituted off 56'
RF 7 Spain Suso Substituted off 73'
CF 9 Netherlands Luuk de Jong Substituted off 56'
LF 5 Argentina Lucas Ocampos
GK 1 Czech Republic Tomáš Vaclík
GK 31 Spain Javi Díaz
DF 3 Spain Sergi Gómez
MF 6 Serbia Nemanja Gudelj Substituted in 73'
MF 14 Spain Óscar
MF 19 Argentina Marcos Acuña
MF 21 Spain Óliver Torres Substituted in 56'
MF 22 Argentina Franco Vázquez Substituted in 94'
FW 11 Spain Munir
FW 15 Morocco Youssef En-Nesyri Substituted in 56'
FW 24 Spain Carlos Fernández
FW 29 Spain Bryan Gil
Manager:[note 2]
Spain Julen Lopetegui
Man of the Match:

Thomas Müller (Bayern Munich)[1]

Assistant referees:[2]

Gary Beswick (England)

Adam Nunn (England)

Fourth official:[2]

Orel Grinfeld (Israel)

Video assistant referee:[2]

Stuart Attwell (England)

Assistant video assistant referee:[2]

Paul Tierney (England)

Match rules[16]
  • 90 minutes
  • 30 minutes of extra time if necessary
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level
  • Twelve named substitutes
  • Maximum of three substitutions, with a fourth allowed in extra time


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  1. Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan Salihamidžić was shown a yellow card (64').[15]
  2. Sevilla assistant manager Pablo Sanz was shown a yellow card (90+2').[15]


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  10. "Super Cup tickets on sale: apply before Wednesday deadline". UEFA.com. 7 September 2020.
  11. "UEFA Super Cup: fans must comply with special measures to protect health". UEFA.com. 24 September 2020.
  12. "Fans at Super Cup in Hungary 'safe'". BBC Sport. Retrieved 23 September 2020.
  13. "Javi Martínez's extra-time header wins Super Cup for Bayern against Sevilla". Guardian. 24 September 2020. Retrieved 25 September 2020.
  14. "Bayern Munich 2 Sevilla 1". BBC Sport. 24 September 2020. Retrieved 25 September 2020.
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  16. "Regulations of the UEFA Super Cup: 2020" (PDF). UEFA.com. Union of European Football Associations. 2020. Archived from the original on 25 August 2020. Retrieved 25 August 2020.
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 17.3 "Team statistics" (PDF). UEFA.com. Union of European Football Associations. 24 September 2020. Retrieved 24 September 2020.

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