In Spanish domestic football, the three major annual honours are the La Liga championship, the Copa del Rey and the Supercopa de España. Can you name the clubs that have received each?
The Copa del Rey (known as the 'Copa del Generalísimo' from 1939-76) is the oldest Spanish football honour and has been contested since 1903. The top tier of Spanish football, known as 'Primera División' in Spanish and La Liga in the English-speaking world, has been contested since 1929. The third honour, the Supercopa, has been awarded since the 1982-83 season (with historical counterparts in existence at various points noted below).
Due to organisational conflicts in the domestic game, 1910 and 1913 editions of the Copa del Rey were split into two finals: one organised by the Federación Española de Fútbol (the FEF, known later as the Real Federación Española de Fútbol or the RFEF) and another organised by the Unión Española de Clubes de Fútbol (UECF).
Several clubs have undergone name changes over the years, all of which are accepted type-ins, though the current identity will appear when answered correctly.