UEFA Super Cup roll of honour: Madrid end 27-year wait

Real Madrid have continued Spain's dominance of the UEFA Super Cup with victory against Manchester United – becoming the first side since 1990 to retain the trophy.

Real Madrid celebrate after Isco's clincher
Real Madrid celebrate after Isco's clincher ©AFP/Getty Images

Real Madrid have continued Spain's dominance of the UEFA Super Cup with victory against Manchester United in Skopje – becoming the first club to retain the trophy since 1990.

The 2-1 win was Spain's 14th triumph in the competition – a fourth in a row, and an eighth in nine years – from 25 appearances; Italy have nine wins and are second in the all-time ranking. Madrid have also become only the second team to successfully defend the trophy, following AC Milan's victories in 1989 and 1990.

The Italian club are level with Barcelona on five wins – one more than Madrid. UEFA.com looks at the records.

Most wins by country
Spain 14
Italy 9
England 7
Belgium 3
Netherlands 2

Valencia won Spain's first UEFA Super Cup in 1980
Valencia won Spain's first UEFA Super Cup in 1980©Getty Images

Most appearances by country
Spain 25
England 16
Italy 13
Germany 8
Netherlands 5

Most wins by club
Milan 5
Barcelona 5
Real Madrid 4
Liverpool 3
Ajax 2
Atlético Madrid 2
Juventus 2
Anderlecht 2
Valencia 2

See how Barcelona won their fifth title in 2015
See how Barcelona won their fifth title in 2015

Most appearances by club
Barcelona 9
Milan 7
Liverpool 5
Real Madrid 5
Sevilla 5
Bayern München 4
Manchester United 4
Porto 4

Most wins by player
Paolo Maldini (Milan) 4
Dani Alves (Sevilla/Barcelona) 4

Most appearances by player in separate years*
Dani Alves (Sevilla/Barcelona) 5

*Appearances in both legs of pre-1998 format count as one appearance

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