It’s that time of year again with four sides travelling to Saudi Arabia to contest the 2022/23 Spanish Super Cup.
We’re now in the fourth edition of the Spanish Super Cup being a four-team format, with all but one of the tournaments being held in Saudi Arabia, in which the Copa del Rey and La Liga winners and runners-up contest for the crown.
Since the change in format, Real Madrid have taken the title twice, winning either side of Athletic Bilbao’s 2020/21 triumph and are the defending champions but overall they still trail Barcelona by one victory. Unsurprisingly, Barcelona and Real Madrid have dominated the Super Cup with 25 wins between them — 13 and 12 respectively — the next most-successful sides are Athletic Bilbao and Deportivo La Coruna with there wins each.
This year, the four teams are La Liga winners Real Madrid, runners-up Barcelona, Copa del Rey champions Real Betis and beaten finalists Valencia. As always, the Copa del Rey winners will take on the La Liga runners-up, while the La Liga champions face the Copa del Rey runners-up.
Real Madrid have already secured their spot in the final, beating Valencia on penalties, the first time a champion has been in the final since the re-formatting.
How to live stream the Spanish Super Cup online:
bet365 are live streaming a selection of Spanish Super Cup fixtures this season. Here’s how you can access fixtures being live-streamed on the bet365 platform:
- Go to bet365 via this link
- Register for an account (this could also earn you up to £100 in free bet credits, though terms and conditions apply and you have to be over 18)
- Make a deposit to unlock the live stream sections of the site
- Head to the live stream section of the site
- Watch your chosen game live
NB: To watch, customers must have a funded Sports account or have placed bet within last 24 hours. 18+ | T&C’s Apply | Gamble Responsibly | Geo restrictions apply. Odds and promotions are valid at the time of writing (10:00, 11/01/23).
Spanish Super Cup semi-finals | Latest
Wednesday 11 January
Real Madrid 1-1 Valencia (Real Madrid won 4-3 on penalties)
Thursday 12 January
Real Betis vs Barcelona (7pm UK time)