Supercopa de España logo since 2012 Spanish Supercup2013 Spanish Super Cup – Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid Live Schedule and Results

The Supercopa de España (English: Supercup of Spain) is a Spanish football championship contested by the winners of La Liga and the Copa del Rey.

The 2013 Spanish Super Cup will be a two-legged Spanish football match-up to be played in August 21, 2013 and August 28, 2013 between the champions of 2012–13 La Liga, Barcelona, and the winner of the 2012–13 Copa del Rey, Atletico Madrid.

Last year, Barcelona and Real Madrid drew 4–4 on aggregate, with Real Madrid winning on away goals for their 9th Supercopa de España title or the 2013 Spanish Supercup. This was the first occasion the trophy was won on the away goals rule.

1st Leg match between Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid will be played at Estadio Vicente  Calderon in Madrid, Spain on August 21, 2013 Wednesday 23:00 CEST.

2nd Leg match will be played at Camp Nou in Barcelona, Spain on on August 28, 2013 Wednesday 23:00 CEST.

Barcelona-Atletico Madrid Preview:

Competition: Spanish Super Cup 2013
Date: 1st Leg – Wed August 21, 2013,  2nd Leg – Wed August 28, 2013
Kick off time: 23:00 CEST
Venue: 1st Leg – Estadio Vicente  Calderon (Madrid), 2nd Leg – Camp Nou (Barcelona)
Watch on TV: United Kingdom – Sky Go, Sky Sports 1/HD, Sky Sports 1 Ireland, Channel 5, Sky Sports 4/HD; United States – ESPN2, Watch ESPN, TV3 Catalunya, ESPN Deportes, ESPN3; Spain –TVE La Primera, TV3 Catalunya

So, don’t forget to Watch Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid live 2nd leg match on Sky Go, Sky Sports 1/HD, Sky Sports 1 Ireland, Channel 5, Sky Sports 4/HD in UK this August 28, 2013 Wednesday at 23:00 CEST.

It will also be shown in United States via ESPN2, Watch ESPN, TV3 Catalunya, ESPN Deportes, ESPN3. Watch out for it at game time.

Results/UPDATE 1st LEG: FULLTIME: Atletico Madrid 1 – 1 Barcelona (Aggregate 1-1)

Goal Scorers: Atletico Madrid – David Villa (12′)
Goal Scorers: FCB – Neymar (66′)

Results/UPDATE 2nd LEG: FULLTIME: Barcelona 0 – 0 Atletico Madrid (Aggregate 1-1)

Barcelona won on away goals

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