Yssel-Supérieur ([i.sɛl.sy.pe.ʁjœʁ]; "Upper IJssel"; Dutch: Boven IJssel) was a department of the First French Empire in the present-day Netherlands. It was named after the river IJssel. It was formed in 1810 , when the Kingdom of Holland was annexed by France. Its territory roughly corresponded with the present-day Dutch province of Gelderland. Its capital was Arnhem.
- Arnhem, cantons: Apeldoorn, Arnhem, Barneveld, Brummen, Ede, Elburg, Harderwijk, Hattem, Nijkerk, Twello, Vaassen, Velp, Wageningen and Zevenaar.
- Tiel, cantons: Bemmel, Elst, Geldermalsen and Tiel.
- Zutphen, cantons: Aalten, Borculo, Doesburg, Doetinchem, Eibergen, Gendringen, Groenlo, 's-Heerenberg, Lochem, Terborg, Vorden, Warnsveld, Winterswijk and Zutphen.
Its population in 1812 was 192,700, and its area was approximately 561,081 hectares.