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2009 Supercoppa Italiana


2009 Supercoppa Italiana

2009 Supercoppa Italiana
Date 08 August 2009
Venue Beijing National Stadium, Beijing
Referee Emidio Morganti
Attendance 68,961
Weather Mist
25 °C (77 °F)[1]

The 2009 Supercoppa Italiana was a match played by the 2008–09 Serie A winners Internazionale and 2008–09 Coppa Italia winners Lazio. It took place on 8 August 2009 at the Beijing National Stadium in Beijing, China.[2] Lazio won the match 2–1 to earn their third Supercoppa. Retrospectively, this was to be the only trophy of the 2009-10 season in which Inter participated in but failed to win.


  • Match details 1
  • Ticket sales 2
  • Others 3
  • References 4

Match details

20:30 CST
Internazionale 1 – 2 Lazio
Eto'o Goal 77' Report Matuzalém Goal 63'
Rocchi Goal 66'
Beijing National Stadium, Beijing, China
Attendance: 68,961
Referee: [3]
GK 12 Júlio César
RB 13 Maicon Booked 89'
CB 6 Lúcio
CB 26 Cristian Chivu Booked 89'
LB 4 Javier Zanetti (c)
DM 19 Esteban Cambiasso
CM 11 Sulley Muntari Booked 29' Substituted off 84'
CM 8 Thiago Motta Substituted off 70'
AM 5 Dejan Stanković Substituted off 70'
CF 9 Samuel Eto'o
CF 22 Diego Milito
GK 1 Francesco Toldo
DF 2 Iván Córdoba
DF 16 Nicolás Burdisso
DF 39 Davide Santon
MF 14 Patrick Vieira Substituted in 70'
FW 18 David Suazo Substituted in 84'
FW 45 Mario Balotelli Substituted in 70'
José Mourinho
GK 86 Fernando Muslera
RB 2 Stephan Lichtsteiner
CB 87 Modibo Diakité
CB 13 Sebastiano Siviglia
LB 11 Aleksandar Kolarov
DM 33 Roberto Baronio Substituted off 53'
CM 32 Cristian Brocchi
CM 5 Stefano Mauri
AM 8 Matuzalém Booked 30' Substituted off 81'
ST 9 Tommaso Rocchi Substituted off 72'
CF 10 Mauro Zárate
GK 1 Albano Bizzarri
DF 25 Emílson Sánchez Cribari Substituted in 81'
DF 26 Ştefan Radu
MF 6 Ousmane Dabo Substituted in 53'
MF 7 Eliseu
MF 17 Pasquale Foggia
FW 74 Julio Cruz Substituted in 72'
Davide Ballardini
Supercoppa Italiana
2009 Winners
Third title


  • Assistant referees: Niccolai,[3] Papi [3]
  • Fourth official: Orsato [3]


  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Seven named substitutes
  • Maximum of 3 substitutions.

Ticket sales

By 15 July 2009, about half the 70,000 tickets for the match had been sold.[5]
By mid-noon of 6 August 2009, 56,780 tickets had been sold.[6]
About two hours before the match started, 68,961 tickets had been sold.[7]


As the match day is the 1-year anniversary of the 2008 Beijing Olympics a year past, the organisation invited 100 Chinese Olympic gold medallists to attend the match.


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  2. ^ This was the only competition of the football season of 2009-10 in which Inter competed and failed to win. They would finish the season as Treble winners.意足协确定09年意大利超级杯将在鸟巢举行
  3. ^ a b c d "Morganti to ref Italian Super Cup". 2009-08-03. Archived from the original on 2009-08-15. Retrieved 2009-08-08. 
  4. ^ a b Kora (13 May 2009). "Match report". Lega Calcio (in Italiano). Archived from the original on 2009-06-21. Retrieved 28 May 2009. 
  5. ^ Slow ticket sales cloud trio's visit to Beijing
  6. ^ "超级杯门票销售进入倒计时 票款收入创造北京历史纪录". Archived from the original on 2009-08-15. Retrieved 2009-08-08. 
  7. ^ "意大利超级杯鸟巢上演 埃托奥首发". Archived from the original on 2009-08-15. Retrieved 2009-08-08. 
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