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1997 Asian Super Cup

1997 Asian Super Cup
Event 1996 Asian Super Cup
First leg
Date June 12, 1997
Second leg
Date June 19, 1997
Venue Steelyard Stadium, Pohang, South Korea

The 1997 Asian Super Cup was the 3rd Asian Super Cup, a football match played between the winners of the previous season's Asian Club Championship and Asian Cup Winners Cup competitions. The 1997 competition was contested by Pohang Steelers of South Korea, who won the 1996–97 Asian Club Championship, and Al Hilal of Saudi Arabia, the winners of the 1996–97 Asian Cup Winners' Cup.

Route to the Super Cup

Pohang Steelers

Opponents Round Score1 Pohang Steelers goalscorers
PSM Makassar First round 4–0 ?
Thai Farmers Bank Second round 5–1 ?
Yokohama Marinos Quarterfinals 2–2 Lee Young-Sang Goal 48', Rade Bogdanovic Goal 75'
New Radiant Quarterfinals 6–0 Cho Jin-Ho Goal 32' Goal 49'(p) Goal 83' Goal 89', Serhiy Konovalov Goal 34' Goal 61'
Cheonan Ilhwa Chunma Quarterfinals 0–0
Persepolis Semifinals 3–1 ?
Cheonan Ilhwa Chunma finals 2–1 (AET) Park Tae-Ha Goal 78', Park Ji-Ho Goal 117'(p)

1Pohang Steelers goals always recorded first.

Al Hilal

Opponents Round Score1 Al Hilal goalscorers
Al Qadisiyah First round (w/o)2 ?
Al Arabi Second round 7–0 ?
Al Nasr Quarterfinals 5–0 (w/o)3 ?
Esteghlal Semifinals 0–0 (AET, 5 PK 4)
Nagoya Grampus Eight Final 3–0 Al Jaber Goal 16', Al Thunayan Goal 75', Bassir Goal 82'

1 Al Hilal goals always recorded first.
2 Al Qadisiyah withdrew
3 Al Nasr withdrew after 1st leg

Game summary

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Al Hilal 2-1 Pohang Steelers 1-0 1-1

First Game

Second Game


Asian Super Cup 1997

Al Hilal FC
First Title


  • Asian Super Cup 1997
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