A few days ago, to celebrate the Spanish Super Cup final or ‘Supercopa de España’, 473 NFTs were launched. In the game, between rivals Real Madrid and Barcelona, the Catalonian side came out 3-1 victors, confirming their 14th Super Cup title.
- Spanish Super Cup NFTs sold out in only one hour a few days ago.
- They celebrated the Supercopa de España between Real Madrid and Barcelona, which took place on Sunday.
- The two sides have historically been the biggest in Spain for decades.
The Spanish Super Cup NFTs
This Sunday, to celebrate the final of the Spanish Super Cup, 473 NFTs were launched on OpenSea, with the collection titled ‘SuperCup of Spain’.
3D Factory and TNC Art collaborated on the project which launched on Sunday at 11am. They are also set to work on more RFEF (Royal Spanish Football Federation) tournaments together, with further collections starting next month.
The tournament’s two finalists, Real Madrid and Barcelona compiled the collection. A total of 253 Blancos and 220 Barça ones totalled the 473 launched. They sold out after one hour as a result of the clear care from the audience of football fans.
Despite an initial sell-out, the current floor price of the collection on OpenSea is 0.015 ETH (~$25). On the tokens’ artwork, it mentions “VIP access to next metaverse”, which is something yet to be confirmed.
About the Game
Emphatically, Barcelona came out 3-1 winners over historical rivals, Real Madrid in the Spanish Super Cup final that took place on Sunday. In the semi-finals, Barça defeated Real Betis, and Madrid came out victorious against Valencia, with both fixtures going to penalties.
Basically, the two top-placed teams in La Liga, and the winners and runners-up from Copa Del Ray compete in a four-team tournament. Historically, Barcelona have been the most winningest team, picking up the trophy a total of 14 times.
The final was eventful, as it always is in El Clásico games, even after the departures of Messi and Ronaldo. Firstly, youngsters Gavi and Pedri, alongside veteran goalscorer Robert Lewandowski making the scoresheet. Moreover, former Ballon D’Or winner, Karim Benzema got the only goal, a consolation, for Madrid.