Super Cup (Bangladesh)


Super Cup (Bangladesh)
Super Cup (Bangladesh)
Citycell Super Cup logo.jpg

Citycell Super Cup 2009 trophy
Founded 2009
Region  Bangladesh
Number of teams 13
Current champions Abahani Limited (Dhaka)
Most successful club Abahani Limited (Dhaka) & Mohammedan Sporting Club (Dhaka) (1 title each)
Website www.bffonline.com
Grameenphone Super Cup 2011

Super Cup(Citycell Super Cup for sponsorship reasons) is the highest-budgeted football competition organized by the Bangladesh Football Federation and is a cup tournament played in the club football season besides the Federation Cup (Bangladesh).The tournament is sponsored by Citycell since 2009. It started in 2009 and is having its second tournament in 2011.

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History

The competition kicked off for the first time on Wednesday, 11 March 2009 inaugurated by Citycell's Chief Executive Officer Michel Seamour and the Federation's president Kazi Salahuddin[1] in which Mohammedan Sporting Club (Dhaka) became the first champions beating arch-rivals Abahani Limited (Dhaka). The prize money for the tournament was 150,000 dollars which is an Asian record. Mohammedan SC defeated the country's Bangladesh League winners Abahani Limited (Dhaka) 1-0 in an exciting final match attended by a crowd of 40,000 in the country's international venue Bangabandhu National Stadium.[2] The second Super Cup final will be staged on 6th August 2011 at Bangabandhu National Stadium. It will be contested between 2010-2011 Bangladesh League winner Abahani Limited (Dhaka) and Mohammedan Sporting Club (Dhaka).[3] Abahani Limited (Dhaka) won the second Grameenphone Super Cup final by beating Mohammedan at tie-breaker.

Winners

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