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Copa Eva Duarte

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Copa Eva Duarte

The Copa Eva Duarte was a Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) and contested by the winners of La Liga and the Copa del Rey. In 1940, it had the name of Copa de Campeones, and was not played again until 1945, when the ambassador of Argentina, due to the good relations with the military government, offered a trophy called "Copa de Oro Argentina".[1] Both these tournaments were unofficial.

In 1941 the "Copa Presidente FEF" was established as an official tournament founded and organized by the RFEF.

In 1947 the "Copa Eva Duarte de Perón" was established as an annual and official tournament founded and organized by the RFEF, as a tribute to Argentine president Juan Perón and his wife, the popular Eva Perón. It was played between September and December, usually as one-match finals. The trophy was the predecessor of the current Supercopa de España, first held in 1982.

Champions Copa Eva Duarte by year

Year Winner Runner-Up Result
Copa Eva Duarte 1947 Real Madrid Valencia 3–1
Copa Eva Duarte 1948 Barcelona Sevilla 1–0
Copa Eva Duarte 1949 Valencia Barcelona 7-4
Copa Eva Duarte 1950 Athletic Bilbao Atlético Madrid 7–5 (5–5 / 2–0)
Copa Eva Duarte 1951 Atlético Madrid Barcelona 2–0
Copa Eva Duarte 1952 Barcelona* - -

* In 1952 the cup was awarded to FC Barcelona, as they had won La Liga/Copa del Generalísimo doubles.[2]

Titles Copa Eva Duarte by team

Team Champion Runner-Up Years Won Years Lost
Barcelona 2 2 1948, 1952 1949, 1951
Valencia 1 1 1949 1947
Atlético Madrid 1 1 1951 1950
Real Madrid 1 - 1947 -
Athletic Bilbao 1 - 1950 -
Sevilla - 1 - 1948


  1. ^ Spanish Supercup history in RSSSF
  2. ^

External links

  • The predecessor of the current Supercopa de España
  • Copa de Campeones de España
  • Copa Presidente FEF
  • Copa de oro "Argentina"
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