The UEFA Super Cup is an annual fixture contested between the winners of the previous season's Champions League and Europa League.
It was previously played between the holders of the Champions League/European Cup and the Cup Winners' Cup, before the UEFA Cup - now Europa League - took that place of the Cup Winners' Cup when it was abolished in 1999.
The first match was played in 1973 and the 2022 edition between and Eintracht Frankfurt saw Champions League holders Real win 2-0 to lift the trophy for a record-equalling fifth time.
|What||Manchester City v Sevilla, 2023 UEFA Super Cup|
|Where||Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus, Greece|
|When||20:00, Sunday 16th August 2023|
|How to watch||TNT Sport|
The UEFA Super Cup is traditionally held in August, although the date depends on the individual season.
The 2023 staging of the competition between Manchester City and will be played on Sunday August 16th.
The UEFA Super Cup was initially played as a two-legged contest, with each side hosting a leg. It changed to the one-off game it is today for the first time when beat Real 1-0 at Monaco's Stade Louis II in 1998.
Monaco hosted the match on an annual basis from 1998 until 2013 and since then the game has been held at neutral venues across Europe.
The 2022 edition took place at Helsinki's Olympic Stadium and 2023’s clash moves to the Karaiskakis Stadium in Piraeus, Greece.
Yes. The 2023 UEFA Super Cup will be shown live live and UK viewers will be able to tune in to TNT Sport - the new name for BT Sport - for full coverage.
The 2023 UEFA Super Cup is the 51st staging of the competition, since the annual fixture was first played between Ajax and Rangers, although it wasn't recognised at the time by European football's governing body.
The match wasn't held in 1974, 1981 and 1985, so the 2023 match between Man City and Sevilla will be the 48th time it has been played.
In all, the winners of the Champions League/European Cup have won the competition 26 times, with the Cup Winners' Cup holders claiming it on 12 occasions.
The Europa League/UEFA Cup winners have triumphed eight times.