Primera Supercopa de España

On this day, the club secured its first Spanish Super Cup

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NEWS | 29/09/2020

On 29 September 1988, Real Madrid lifted the trophy at the Camp Nou after claiming a 3-2 aggregate win in the final.
On 29 September 1988, Real Madrid captured the club's first Spanish Super Cup crown. In that edition, our team, who contested the trophy as defending LaLiga champions, met Copa del Rey holders, Barcelona.

The first leg took place on 21 September at the Santiago Bernabéu, where Madrid sealed victory thanks to strikes from Míchel and Hugo Sánchez to claim the driving seat in the tie (2-0). Eight days later, the madridistas slipped to a 2-1 reverse but did enough over the two legs to secure the trophy.

FIRST LEG (21/9/1988)
2- Real Madrid:
 Buyo, Esteban, Solana, Sanchís, Tendillo, Gallego, Schuster, Martín Vázquez (Gordillo, 65’), Míchel, Butragueño (Paco Llorente, 77’), Hugo Sánchez.
0- Barcelona: Zubizarreta, López Rekarte, Alexanko, Soler, Julio Alberto (Urbano, 46'), Milla, Robert Fernández, Bakero, Carrasco (Eusebio, 69’), Begiristain, Salinas.

1-0 (min. 51): Míchel.
2-0 (min. 78): Hugo Sánchez.

SECOND LEG (29/9/1988)
2- Barcelona: 
Zubizarreta, López Rekarte, Serna, Soler (Lineker, 46’), Urbano, Robert Fernández, Bakero, Eusebio, Carrasco (Milla, 83’), Begiristain, Salinas.
1- Real Madrid: Buyo, Esteban, Sanchís, Tendillo, Solana, Gallego, Schuster, Martín Vázquez, Míchel, Butragueño (Gordillo, 83’), Hugo Sánchez.

(min. 15): Butragueño
1-1 (min. 37): Bakero
2-1 (min. 78): Bakero.