Spain - List of Super Cup Finals


The current competition exists only since 1982, but between 1940 and 1953 several other tournaments between the Spanish league champions and the cup winners (then Copa del Generalísimo) were played.

In 1940 it had the name of "Copa de Campeones".

It was not played again until 1945, when the Ambassador of Argentina, due to the good relations with the Spanish military government, offered a trophy called "Copa de Oro Argentina".

In 1947 the "Copa Eva Duarte de Perón" was established as an annual tournament, as a tribute to the President of Argentina and his wife, the popular "Evita". They were played between September and December, usually as one-match finals.


Predecessors of Super Cup

Copa de Campeones
Year     Winners               Runners-Up          Results/Remarks
1940     Atlético Aviación     RCD Español         3-3 7-1
Copa de Oro Argentina
1945     Barcelona CF          Atlético de Bilbao  5-4
Copa Eva Duarte de Perón
1947     Real Madrid CF        Valencia CF         3-1
1948     Barcelona CF          Sevilla CF          1-0
1949     Valencia CF           Barcelona CF        7-4
1950     Atlético de Bilbao    Atlético de Madrid  5-5 2-0
1951     Atlético de Madrid    Barcelona CF        2-0
1952     Barcelona CF          n/a                 Barcelona had won the double
1953     Barcelona CF          n/a                 Barcelona had won the double

Number of Cups per Club (9 cups)

 4 Barcelona CF 

 2 C Atlético de Madrid

 1 Atlético de Bilbao
   Real Madrid CF
   Valencia CF

Spain Super Cup (Supercopa de España)

Year     Winners               Runners-Up          Remarks

1982     Real Sociedad         Real Madrid CF      4-0 0-1
1983     FC Barcelona          Athletic de Bilbao  0-1 1-3
1984     Athletic de Bilbao    n/a                 Athletic Club de Bilbao had won the double
1985     Atlético de Madrid    FC Barcelona        3-1 0-1
1986   not held                                    no agreement on dates
1987   not held                                    no agreement on dates
1988     Real Madrid CF        FC Barcelona        2-0 1-2
1989     Real Madrid CF        n/a                 Real Madrid CF had won the double
1990     Real Madrid CF        FC Barcelona        4-1 1-0
1991     FC Barcelona          Atlético de Madrid  1-1 1-0
1992     FC Barcelona          Atlético de Madrid  3-1 2-1
1993     Real Madrid CF        FC Barcelona        3-1 1-1
1994     FC Barcelona          Real Zaragoza CF    4-5 2-0
1995     RC Deportivo          Real Madrid CF      3-0 2-1
1996     FC Barcelona          Atlético de Madrid  5-2 1-3
1997     Real Madrid CF        FC Barcelona        4-1 1-2
1998     RCD Mallorca          FC Barcelona        2-1 1-0
1999     Valencia CF           FC Barcelona        1-0 3-3
2000     RC Deportivo          RCD Espanyol        2-0 0-0
2001     Real Madrid CF        Real Zaragoza CF    3-0 1-1
2002     RC Deportivo          Valencia CF         3-0 1-0
2003     Real Madrid CF        RCD Mallorca        3-0 1-2
2004     Real Zaragoza CF      Valencia CF         0-1 3-1
2005     FC Barcelona          Real Betis Balompié 1-1 3-0
2006     FC Barcelona          RCD Espanyol        3-0 1-0
2007     Sevilla FC            Real Madrid CF      1-0 5-3
2008     Real Madrid CF        Valencia CF         4-2 2-3
2009     FC Barcelona          Athletic de Bilbao  2-1 3-0
2010     FC Barcelona          Sevilla FC          4-0 1-3
2011     FC Barcelona          Real Madrid CF      3-2 2-2
2012     Real Madrid CF        FC Barcelona        2-3 2-1
2013     FC Barcelona          Atlético de Madrid  1-1 0-0
2014     Atlético de Madrid    Real Madrid CF      1-1 1-0

Number of Super Cups per Club (31 cups)

11 FC Barcelona

 9 Real Madrid CF

 3 RC Deportivo La Coruña

 2 Atlético de Madrid

 1 Athletic de Bilbao
   RCD Mallorca
   Sevilla FC
   Real Sociedad
   Valencia CF
   Real Zaragoza CF


All Final Details

Copa de Campeones

1940

League winners: Atlético Aviación  
Cup winners: RCD Español 

08/ 9/1940  RCD Español          3-3 Atlético Aviación          (Casa Rabia)     
Español:        line-up not known
                trainer: Patricio Caicedo.
At. Aviación:   Guillermo; Mesa, Cobo; Gabilondo, Germán, Machin; 
                Enrique, Arencibia, Muñoz, Campos, Vázquez.
                trainer: Ricardo Zamora.
goals: not known
referee: not known

15/ 9/1940  Atlético Aviación    7-1 RCD Español                (Vallecas)
At. Aviación:   Guillermo; Mesa, Cobo; Urquiri, Germán, Juan Escudero; 
                Rubio, Arencibia, Pruden, Campos, Vázquez.
                trainer: Ricardo Zamora
CD Español:     line-up not known
                trainer: Patricio Caicedo.
goals: not known
referee: not known

Copa de Oro Argentina


1945

League winners: Barcelona CF
Cup winners: Atlético de Bilbao      

23/12/1945  Barcelona CF         5-4 Athlético de Bilbao         (Les Corts)
Barcelona CF:   Velasco, Elias, Curta, Gonzalvo III, Sans, 
                Gonzalvo II, Gamonal, Escola, Martin, Cesar, Bravo.
                trainer: José Samitier.
Ath. Bilbao:    Lezama, Bergareche, Gainza I, Bertol, Barrenechea, 
                Nando, Iriondo, Panizo, Zarra, Urra, Bilbao.
                trainer: Juan Urquizu.
goals: 0-1 Urra 5´, 0-2 Zarra 13´, 1-2 César 15´, 2-2 Escolá 28´,  
       2-3 Panizo 32´, 3-3 Gamonal 43´, 4-3 Escolá 68´,
       5-3 Gamonal 73´, 5-4 Zarra 86´.
referee: Arqué

Copa Eva Duarte de Perón


1947

League winners: Real Madrid CF
Cup winners: Valencia CF      

13/ 6/1948  Real Madrid CF       3-1 Valencia CF                (Chamartín)
Real Madrid CF: Hilario; Azcárate, Corona; Ortiz, Ipiña, Macala, 
                Navarro; Alonso, Pachichu Prats, Montalvo, Alsúa.
                trainer: Alfonso Albéniz.
Valencia CF:    Bienvenido; Díaz, Juan Ramón; Monzó, Puchades, Pomar; 
                Seguí, Amadeo, Mundo, Morera, Asensi.
                trainer: Luis Casas "Pasarín".
goals: 0-1 Seguí 36´, 1-1 Macala 50´, 2-1 Montalvo 93´, 
       3-1 Alonso.
referee: Azón.

1948

League winners: Barcelona CF
Cup winners: Sevilla CF 

19/ 12/1948  Barcelona CF         1-0 Sevilla CF                 (Valencia)   
Barcelona CF:   Velasco; Curta, Torra; Navarro II, Calvet, Gonzalvo II;
                Basora, Seguer, César, Canal, Nicolau .
                trainer: Enrique Fernández.
Sevilla CF:     Busto; Joaquín, Antúnez; Guillamón, Alconero, Eguiluz; 
                Dard, Pineda, Mariano, Herrera, Campos .
                trainer: Patricio Caicedo.
goal: 1-0 Seguer.
referee: not known 

1949

League winners: Barcelona CF
Cup winners: Valencia CF 

12/ 10/1949  Valencia CF          7-4 Barcelona CF (aet)         (Chamartín)
Valencia CF:    Perez; Asensi, Monzo; Diaz, Santacatalina, Puchades; 
                Mena, Fuertes, Igoa, Pasieguito, Giraldós.
                trainer: Jacinto Quincoces.
Barcelona CF:   Ramallets; Calvet, Corro; Torra, Prais, Gonzalvo II; 
                Matamala, Canal, Seguer, Marcos Aurelio, Nicolau.
                trainer: Enrique Fernández.
goals: 0-1 Giraldós 35´, 0-2 Mena 42´, 1-2 Seguer 43´, 2-2 Seguer 48´,
       3-2 Nicolau 63´, 4-2 Seguer (p) 68´, 4-3 Igoa 76´,
       4-4 Pasieguito 77´, 4-5 Igoa 45´, 4-6 Igoa 110´, 
       4-7 Fuertes 117´.
referee: Arqué.

1950

League winners: Atlético de Madrid 
Cup winners: Atlético de Bilbao

12/ 10/1950  Atlético de Bilbao   5-5 Atlético de Madrid (aet)   (Chamartín) 
Ath. Bilbao:    Lezama; Canito, Berasaluce; Nando, Manolín, Garay;  
                Iriondo, Venancio, Zarra, Gárate, Gainza.
                trainer: José Iraragorri.
At. Madrid:     Domingo (Dauder 45´); Tinte, Múgica; Lozano, ?, Hernández; 
                Juncosa, Mascaró, Pérez Payá, Carlsson, Escudero.
                trainer: Helenio Herrera.
goals: Pérez Paya 3, Mascaró, Juncosa (At. Madrid)
       Venancio 2, Gárate, Iriondo, Zarra (Ath. Bilbao)
referee: Arqué.

Replay
02/ 11/1950  Atlético de Bilbao   2-0 Atlético de Madrid         (Chamartín) 
Ath. Bilbao:
At. Madrid:
goals: 1-0 Zarra, 2-0 Zarra.
referee:

1951

League winners: Atlético de Madrid 
Cup winners: Barcelona CF

01/ 11/1951  Atlético de Madrid   2-0 FC Barcelona               (Chamartín)
At. Madrid:     Montes; Tinte, Mujica; Lozano, Mencia, Hernandez; 
                Juncosa, Ben Barek, Pere Payá, Carlsson, Escudero.
                trainer: Helenio Herrera.
FC Barcelona:   Ramallets; Calvet, Biosca; Seguer, Gonzalvo III, 
                Szegedy; Basora, Aloy, Cesar, Aldecoa, Manchón.
                trainer: Fernando Daucik.
goals: 1-0 Carlsson 3´, 2-0 Escudero 52´.
referee: 

1952

League winners: Barcelona CF
Cup winners: Barcelona CF

Barcelona CF were awarded the trophy as winners of the double

1953

League winners: Barcelona CF
Cup winners: Barcelona CF

Barcelona CF were awarded the trophy as winners of the double

Overview Predecessing Tournaments


Finals played

Team                         Wins  Lost  Awarded

Barcelona CF                   2     2      2
C Atlético de Madrid           2     1 
Valencia CF                    1     1
Atlético de Bilbao             1     1
Real Madrid CF                 1
RCD Español (Barcelona)              1
Sevilla CF                           1

Supercopa de España


1982

League winners: Real Sociedad (San Sebastián)
Cup winners: Real Madrid CF

13/ 10/1982  Real Madrid CF       1-0 Real Sociedad              (Santiago Bernabéu)
Real Madrid:    Agustín; Juan José, Metgod, Bonet, Camacho; Ángel, Gallego 
                (Fraile 83´), Stielike; Juanito, Santilana, Ito (Isidro 45´).
                trainer: Alfredo Di Stéfano
Real Sociedad:  Arconada; Murillo (Diego 12´), Cortabarría, Górriz, Olaizola; Celayeta, 
                Zubillaga, Zamora; Uralde (Bakero 76´), Satrústegui, López Ufarte.
                trainer: Javier Ormaechea
goals: 1-0 Metgod 44´
referee: Enríquez Negreira

28/ 12/1982  Real Sociedad        4-0 Real Madrid CF (aet)       (Atocha)
Real Sociedad:  Arconada; Murillo (Beguristáin 60´), Gajate, Celayeta, Gorriz;
                Diego(Suquía 60´); Larrañaga, Orbegozo, Bakero; Uralde, López Ufarte.
                trainer: Javier Ormaechea
Real Madrid:    Agustín, Juan José, Bonet, Metgod, Camacho, Ángel, Gallego, Fraile, 
                Portugal (San José 60´), Pineda (Salguero 82´), Isidro.
                trainer: Alfredo Di Stéfano
goals: 1-0 Uralde 53´, 2-0 López Ufarte 92´, 3-0 Uralde 102´, 
       4-0 Salguero (pp) 103´.
referee: Pes Pérez

1983

League winners: Athletic Club de Bilbao
Cup winners: FC Barcelona

26/ 10/1983  Athletic C.de Bilbao 1-3 FC Barcelona               (San Mamés; 38.000)
Ath. Bilbao:    Zubizarreta; Urkiaga, Liceranzu, Patxi Salinas, De la Fuente (Elgezabal 73´);
                Gallego (Sola 73´), De Andrés, Urtubi; Noriega, Sarabia, Argote.
                trainer: Javier Clemente
FC Barcelona:   Urruti; Sánchez, Migueli, Alexanco, Julio Alberto; Víctor, Alonso,
                Esteban (Rojo 75´), Urbano; Carrasco, Marcos (Clos 81´).
                trainer: César Luis Menotti.
goals: 0-1 Alexanco 13´, 1-1 Sarabia 44´, 1-2 Carrasco 48´, 1-3 Rojo 77´.
referee: García de Loza

30/ 11/1983  FC Barcelona         0-1 Athletic Club de Bilbao    (Camp Nou; 18.000)
FC Barcelona:   Urruti; Sánchez, Migueli, Alexanco, Julio Alberto; Víctor, Alonso, 
                Esteban (Pichi Alonso 46'), Urbano (Quini 72'); Marcos, Carrasco.
                trainer: César Luis Menotti.
Ath. Bilbao:    Zubizarreta; Urkiaga, Bolaños, Andrinua, De la Fuente; Murua, 
                Patxi Salinas, Sola (Pizo Gómez 30'), Rubén Bilbao; Endika, J. Salinas.
                trainer: Javier Clemente
goal: 0-1 Endika 3´.
referee: Soriano Aladrén

1984

League winners: Athletic de Bilbao 
Cup winners: Athletic de Bilbao 

Athletic de Bilbao were awarded the trophy as winners of the double

1985

League winners: FC Barcelona
Cup winners: Atlético de Madrid 

09/ 10/1985  Atlético de Madrid   3-1 FC Barcelona               (Vicente Calderón)
At. Madrid:     Fillol; Tomás, Ruiz, Arteche, Clemente; Quique, Marina (Julio Prieto 61´),
                Quique Ramos; Landaburu, Rubio (Da Silva 70´), Cabrera.
                trainer: Luis Aragonés.
FC Barcelona:   Amador; Gerardo, Migueli, Alexanco, Julio Alberto; 
                Moratalla, Victor, Rojo; Caldere, Clos, Marcos.
                trainer: Terry Venables
goals: 0-1 Clos 31´, 1-1 Cabrera 40´, 2-1 Ruiz 52´, 3-1 Da Silva 76´.
referee: Marín López.

30/ 10/1985  FC Barcelona         1-0 Atlético de Madrid         (Camp Nou)
FC Barcelona:   Urruti; Manolo, Moratalla, Julio Alberto; Víctor, Alexanco (Fradera 45´), 
                Carrasco, Schuster; Amarilla (Pichi Alonso 65´), Archibald, Marcos.
                trainer: Terry Venables.
At. Madrid:     Mejias; Julio Prieto, Tomas, Arteche, Ruiz; Setien (Clemente 45´), 
                Cabrera, Quique; Da Silva (Rubio 59´), Landaburu, Marina.
                trainer: Luis Aragonés.
goal: 1-0 Alexanco 32´.
referee: Urizar Azpitarte

1986

League winners: Real Madrid CF
Cup winners: Real Zaragoza CF

Real Madrid and Real Zaragoza could not agree on dates and the tournament was not held

1987

League winners: Real Madrid CF
Cup winners: Real Sociedad (San Sebastián)

Real Madrid and Real Sociedad could not agree on dates and the tournament was not held

1988

League winners: Real Madrid CF
Cup winners: FC Barcelona

21/ 9/1988   Real Madrid CF       2-0 FC Barcelona               (Santiago Bernabéu)
Real Madrid:    Buyo; Solana, Tendillo, Gallego, Esteban, Michel, Schuster, Sanchis,
                Martín Vázquez (Gordillo 66´), Butragueño (Paco Llorente 78´), Hugo Sánchez.
                trainer: Leo Beenhakker
FC Barcelona:   Zubizarreta; López Recarte, Alexanco, Milla, Julio Alberto (Urbano 45´),
                Carrasco (Eusebio 69´), Roberto, Bakero, Julio Salinas, Beguiristain.
                trainer: Johan Cruyff.
goals: 1-0 Michel 71´, 2-0 Hugo Sánchez 78´.
referee: Urizar Azpitarte

29/ 9/1988   FC Barcelona         2-1 Real Madrid CF             (Camp Nou)
FC Barcelona:   Zubizarreta; Urbano, Serna, López Recarte, Bakero, Eusebio, Soler 
                (Lineker 45´), Carrasco (Milla 81´), Salinas, Beguiristain.
                trainer: Johan Cruyff.
Real Madrid:    Buyo; Solana, Tendillo, Gallego, Esteban; Michel, Schuster, 
                Sanchís, Martín Vázquez; Butragueño (Gordillo 81´), Hugo Sánchez.
                trainer: Leo Beenhakker.
goals: 0-1 Butragueño 14´, 1-1 Bakero 37´, 2-1 Bakero 77´.
referee: Pes Pérez.

1989

League winners: Real Madrid CF    
Cup winners: Real Madrid CF    

Real Madrid CF were awarded the trophy as winners of the double

1990

League winners: Real Madrid CF
Cup winners: FC Barcelona

05/ 12/1990  FC Barcelona         0-1 Real Madrid CF             (Camp Nou)
FC Barcelona:   Zubizarreta; López Rekarte, Alex, Nando, Herrera; Eusebio, 
                Amor, Carreras (Urbano 59´); Soler, Salinas, Stoitchkov.
                trainer: Johan Cruijff.
Real Madrid:    Buyo; Chendo, Spasic, Hierro, Solana; Michel (Hagi 87´), Aragón 
                (Aldana 80´), Sanchís, Villaroya, Butragueño, Hugo Sánchez.
                trainer: Alfredo Di Stéfano
goal: 0-1 Michel 49´.
referee: Urizar Azpitarte

12/12/1990   Real Madrid CF       4-1 FC Barcelona               (Santiago Bernabéu)
Real Madrid:    Buyo; Chendo, Sanchís, Hierro, Solana; Michel, Maqueda, Aragón, 
                Villaroya, Butragueño (Aldana 76´), Hugo Sánchez (Losada 76´).
                trainer: Alfredo Di Stéfano
FC Barcelona:   Zubizarreta; Alex, Serna, Herrera, Goicoechea; Eusebio, Amor, Soler; 
                Laudrup (López Recarte), Salinas, Beguiristain (Carreras 45´).
                trainer: Johan Cruijff.
goals: 0-1 Goicoechea 21´, 1-1 Butragueño 22´, 2-1 Butragueño 44´, 
       3-1 Hugo Sánchez 57´, 4-1 Aragón 71´.
referee: Urío Velázquez.

1991

League winners: FC Barcelona
Cup winners: Atlético de Madrid 

15/10/1991   Atlético de Madrid   0-1 FC Barcelona               (Vicente Calderón)
At. Madrid:     Diego; Lopez, Toni, Ferreira, Donato; Alfredo, Aguilera, 
                Pizo Gomez; Losada (Sabas), Pedro, Rodax.
                trainer: Luis Aragonés.
FC Barcelona:   Zubizarreta; Nando, Juan Carlos, Cristóbal, Serna; Guardiola, 
                Nadal, Laudrup, Amor; Salinas (Pinilla), Eusebio (Beguiristain).
                trainer: Johan Cruijff
goal: 0-1 Amor.
referee: Merino González.

30/ 10/1991  FC Barcelona         1-1 Atlético de Madrid         (Camp Nou)
Barcelona:      Busquets; Nando, Ferrer, Koeman, Cristobal; Bakero, Guardiola, 
                Amor, Eusebio (Beguiristain); Salinas (Stoitchkov), Witschge. 
                trainer: Johan Cruijff.
At. Madrid:     Diego; Pizo Gomez, Toni, Solozabal, Ferreira; Donato, Aguilera 
                (Alfaro), Alfredo, Losada, Vizcaino (López), Pedro.
                trainer: Luis Aragonés.
goals: Barcelona: Bakero
       Atlético:  Alfredo
referee: Pajares Paz

1992

League winners: FC Barcelona
Cup winners: Atlético de Madrid 

28/ 10/1992  FC Barcelona         3-1 Atlético de Madrid         (Camp Nou)
FC Barcelona:   Zubizarreta; Ferrer, Eusebio, Amor, Nadal, Bakero (Beguiristain),
                Goikoetxea, Stoitchkov, Laudrup (Guardiola), Witschge, Salinas.
                trainer: Johan Cruijff.
At, Madrid:     Abel; Tomas, Pedro, Solozabal, López; Ferreira, Aguilera 
                (Alfredo), Donato, Vizcaino, Futre (Luis Garcia), Moya.
                trainer: Luis Aragonés.
goals: Barcelona: Salinas, Beguiristain (2)
       Atlético:  Ferreira
referee: Ansuátegui Roca

11/ 11/1992  Atlético de Madrid   1-2 FC Barcelona               (Vicente Calderón)
At. Madrid.     Abel; Tomás, Pedro (Alfaro), Solozabal, Aguilera; Donato, 
                Manolo, Orejuela, Vizcaino, Futre, Moya (Sabas).
                trainer: Luis Aragonés.
FC Barcelona:   Zubizarreta; Ferrer, Koeman, Guardiola (Alexanko), Nadal, Bakero 
                (Juan Carlos), Goikoetxea, Stoichkov, Laudrup, Amor, Beguiristain.
                trainer: Johan Cruijff.
goals: Atlético:  Manolo
       Barcelona: Stoitchkov, Beguiristain
referee: Marín López

1993

League winners: FC Barcelona
Cup winners: Real Madrid CF

02/ 12/1993  Real Madrid CF       3-1 FC Barcelona               (Santiago Bernabéu)
Real Madrid:    Buyo; Luis Enrique, Lasa, Alkorta, Sanchís (Nando 75´); Hierro, 
                Milla, Michel; Zamorano (Dubovski 66´), Prosinecki, Alfonso.
                trainer: Benito Floro.
FC Barcelona:   Busquets; Ferrer, Sergi, Eusebio, Nadal; Guardiola, Bakero 
                (Amor 61´), Iván, Laudrup (Ekelund 60´); Stoitchkov, Romario.
                trainer: Johan Cruijff
goals: 0-1 Stoitchkov 15´, 1-1 Alfonso 35´, 2-1 Zamorano 55´,
       3-1 Alfonso 89´.
referee: Ansuátegui Roca

16/ 12/1993  FC Barcelona         1-1 Real Madrid CF             (Camp Nou)
FC Barcelona:   Busquets, Ferrer, Guardiola, Koeman, Sergi, Bakero, Goicoechea, 
                Stoitchkov (Laudrup 50´), Amor, Romario, Beguiristain (Estebaranz 50´).
                trainer: Johan Cruijff.
Real Madrid:    Buyo; Luis Enrique, Lasa, Alkorta, Sanchís (Nando 87´), Hierro 
                (Ramis 78´), Milla, Michel, Zamorano, Prosinecki, Alfonso.
                trainer: Benito Floro.
goals: 0-1 Zamorano 21´, 1-1 Bakero 65´.
referee: Díaz Vega.

1994

League winners: FC Barcelona
Cup winners: Real Zaragoza CF

27/ 8/1994   Real Zaragoza CF     0-2 FC Barcelona               (La Romareda)
R. Zaragoza:    Cedrun; Belsué, Solana, Caceres, Geli; Aguado, Pardeza (Nayim), 
                Aragon, Esnáider, Higuera (Loreto), Poyet.
                trainer: Victor Fernández
FC Barcelona:   Busquets; Abelardo, Sergi, Iván (Guardiola), Koeman; Sánchez Jara, 
                Bakero, Eskurza, Amor; Stoitchkov, Hagi (Eusebio).
                trainer: Johan Cruijff
goals: 0-1 Amor 45', 0-2 Stoitchkov 65'
referee: Martín Navarrete.

30/ 8/1994   FC Barcelona         4-5 Real Zaragoza CF           (Camp Nou)
FC Barcelona:   Lopetegui;  Abelardo, Guardiola, Ferrer, Nadal; Ivan, Eusebio, 
                Amor (Jordi), Hagi (Beguiristain (Busquets)), Sánchez Jara, Stoitchkov.
                trainer: Johan Cruijff
R. Zaragoza:    Cedrun; Belsué, Solana, Caceres, Geli, Aguado, Pardeza (García Sanjuan),
                Aragon, Esnáider, Higuera, Poyet (Franco).
                trainer: Victor Fernández
goals: 0-1 Belsué 10´, 1-1 Beguiristain 13´, 1-2 Esnáider 32´, 1-3 Higuera 33´,
       2-3 Stoitchkov 50´, 3-3 Stoitchov 70´ (pen), 3-4 Higuera 78´, 
       4-4 Beguiristain 87', 4-5 Higuera 91´.
referee: López Nieto

1995

League winners: Real Madrid CF
Cup winners: RC Deportivo de la Coruña

24/ 8/1995   RC Deportivo         3-0 Real Madrid CF             (Riazor)
Deportivo:      Canales; Voro, Djukic, Ribera, Alfredo, Donato, Nando, Manjarín 
                (Radchenko 64´), Beguiristain (Lopez Rekarte 46´), Fran (Aldana 66'),
                Bebeto.
                trainer: John Toshack.
Real Madrid:    Buyo; Quique, Sanchís, Hierro, Lasa, Luis Enrique, Redondo, 
                Amavisca (Michel 75´), Rincón (Cañizares 52´), Raúl, Zamorano.
                trainer: Jorge Valdano.
goals: 1-0 Donato (pen) 52´, 2-0 Fran 60´, 3-0 bebeto 66´.
referee: Ansuategui Roca.

27/ 8/1995   Real Madrid CF       1-2 RC Deportivo               (Santiago Bernabéu; 40.000)
Real Madrid:    Cañizares; Quique, Alkorta (Nando 77´), Hierro, Soler, Rincón (Michel 46´),
                Milla, Laudrup, Luis Enrique, Zamorano, Amavisca (Raúl 46´).
                trainer: Jorge Valdano
Deportivo:      Canales; Alfredo (Manjarín 27´), Voro, Djukic, Ribera; Nando (Paco 72´),
                Donato, Fran, López Rekarte; Radchenko (Beguiristain 36'), Bebeto.
                trainer: John Toshack    
goals: 1-0 Hierro 30´, 1-1 Manjarín 81´, 1-2 Beguiristain 87´.
referee: López Nieto

1996

League winners: Atlético de Madrid 
Cup winners: Atlético de Madrid 
Losing cup finalists: FC Barcelona

25/ 8/1996   FC Barcelona         5-2 Atlético de Madrid         (Olímpico Montjuic)
FC Barcelona:   Vítor Baía; Luis Enrique, Nadal (Abelardo 50´), Popescu, Sergi; Guardiola,
                Amor (De la Peña 67´), Figo, Giovanni; Stoitchkov (Pizzi 72´), Ronaldo.
                trainer: Bobby Robson.
At. Madrid:     Molina; Geli, Santi, Solozabal, Toni; Bejbl, Pantic, Roberto
                (Aguilera 46´(Lopez 67´)), Simeone (Vizcaino 46´); Kiko, Esnáider.
                trainer: Radomir Antic.
goals: 1-0 Ronaldo 5´, 2-0 Giovanni 31´, 2-1 Esnáider 37´, 2-2 Pantic 57´, 
       3-2 Pizzi 73´, 4-2 De la Peña 75´, 5-2 Ronaldo 89´.
referee: Fernández Marín.

28/ 8/1996   Atlético de Madrid   3-1 FC Barcelona               (Estadio Comunidad)
At. Madrid:     Molina; Lopez, Santi, Pablo, Toni; Pantic, Bejbl (Vizcaino 71´), 
                Roberto, Simeone (Geli 64´); Kiko, Biagini (Esnáider 25´).
                trainer: Radomir Antic.
FC Barcelona:   Lopetegui; Ferrer, Blanc, Abelardo, Popescu; Sergi, Guardiola, 
                Amor (Bakero 91´), Luis Enrique; Stoitchkov (Cuellar 80´), Pizzi.
                trainer: Bobby Robson.
goals: 1-0 López 32´, 1-1 Stoitchkov 58´, 2-1 Esnáider 64´, 3-1 Pantic 76´. 
Referée: Ansuátegui Roca

1997

League winners: Real Madrid CF
Cup winners: FC Barcelona

20/ 8/1997   FC Barcelona         2-1 Real Madrid CF             (Camp Nou)
FC Barcelona:   Hesp; Reiziger, Nadal (Ferrer 66´), Guardiola, Sergi; Amor, Amunike 
                (Ciric 71´), Luis Enrique (Dugarry 62´), Giovanni; Anderson, Rivaldo.
                trainer: Louis van Gaal.
Real Madrid:    Cañizares; Chendo, Karanka, Sanchís, Roberto Carlos; Seedorf, 
                Jaime (Guti 62´), Amavisca (Ze Roberto 62´), Raúl; Mijatovic, Suker (Dani 81´.)
                trainer: Jupp Heynckes.
goals: 0-1 Raúl 5´, 1-1 Giovanni 11´, 2-1 Nadal 85´.
referee: Gracia Redondo

23/ 8/1997   Real Madrid CF       4-1 FC Barcelona               (Santiago Bernabéu)
Real Madrid:    Cañizares; Panucci, Hierro, Karanka, Roberto Carlos; Seedorf, Guti 
                (Jaime 63´), Raúl, Ze Roberto (Sanchís 81´); Mijatovic, Suker (Víctor 72´).
                trainer: Jupp Heynckes.
FC Barcelona:   Hesp; Ferrer, Abelardo, Guardiola, Sergi, Amor (Ciric 57´), 
                Reiziger, Giovanni, Rivaldo, Figo, Anderson (Dugarry 68´).
                trainer: Louis van Gaal
goals: 1-0 Raúl 42´, 2-0 Raúl 54´, 3-0 Mijatovic 58´, 
       4-0 Seedorf 65´, 4-1 Giovanni 80´.
referee: Dauden Ibáñez

1998

League winners: FC Barcelona
Cup winners: FC Barcelona
Losing cup finalists: RCD Mallorca

18/ 8/1998   RCD Mallorca         2-1 FC Barcelona               (Luis Sitjar; 11.876)
RCD Mallorca:   Roa; Lauren, Marcelino, Siviero, M.Soler; F.Soler, Engonga, Stankovic,
                Ibagaz;, Chupa López (Biagini 76´), Dani (Carreras 86´).
                trainer: Héctor Cuper.
FC Barcelona:   Hesp; Okunowo (Abelardo 67´), Nadal, Reiziger, Roger (Sergi 46´); 
                Cocu, Xavi, Giovanni, Zenden (Lluis 77´); Rivaldo, Luis Enrique.
                trainer: Louis van Gaal.
goals: 0-1 Xavi 16´, 1-1 Dani 57´, 2-1 Stankovic 80´.
referee: López Nieto.

22/ 8/1998   FC Barcelona         0-1 RCD Mallorca               (Camp Nou; 30.000)
FC Barcelona:   Hesp; Roger (Sergi 46´), Reiziger, Nadal, Okonowo (Celades 61´); Rivaldo,
                Cocu, Giovanni, Zenden (Oscar 46´); Luis Enrique, Figo.
                trainer: Louis van Gaal.
RCD Mallorca:   Roa; Soler, Siviero, Marcelino, Lauren; Stankovic, Engonga, Ibagaza
                (Arpón 67´), M.Soler; López (Biagini 55´), Dani (Carreras 87´)
                trainer: Héctor Cuper
goals: 0-1 Dani 29´.
referee: Diaz Vega.

1999

League winners: FC Barcelona
Cup winners: Valencia CF

 8/ 8/1999   Valencia CF          1-0 FC Barcelona               (Mestalla; 41.000 (42.000?))
Valencia CF:    Cañizares; Angloma, Björklund, Djukic, Carboni (Fagiani 79´), Mendieta,
                Farinos (Oscar 77´), Albelda, Angulo, Claudio López, Ilie (Sánchez 69´).
                trainer: Héctor Cuper.
FC Barcelona:   Hesp; Reiziger, Cocu (Gabri 75´), Frank de Boer, Sergi, Guardiola 
                (Dehu 50´), Zenden (Simao 60´), Litmanen, Luis Enrique, Figo, Kluivert.
                trainer: Louis van Gaal.
goal: 1-0 Claudio López 87´.
referee: Garcia Aranda.

15/ 8/1999   FC Barcelona         3-3 Valencia CF                (Camp Nou; 50.000 (40,000?))
FC Barcelona:   Hesp; Reiziger, Frank de Boer, Sergi; Guardiola (Zenden 75´),
                Ronald de Boer (Gabri 71´), Cocu, Luis Enrique (Dani 73´), Figo;
                Kluivert, Nano.
                trainer: Louis van Gaal
Valencia CF:    Cañizares; Angloma, Djukic, Björklund, Carboni, Albelda, Angulo 
                (Gerard 78´), Mendieta, Farinós, Claudio López, Sánchez (Kily González 64´).
                trainer: Héctor Cuper.
goals: 1-0 Kluivert 13´, 1-1 Albelda 15´, 2-1 Ronald de Boer 20´, 
       2-2 Sánchez 53, 3-2 Kluivert 62´, 3-3 Farinós 66´
referee: López Nieto.

2000

League winners: RC Deportivo de la Coruña
Cup winners: RCD Espanyol

20/ 8/2000   RCD Espanyol         0-0 RC Deportivo               (Montjuic; 16.800)
RCD Espanyol:   Mora; Cristóbal, Nando, Pochettino, Navas; Sergio, Galca, Velamazán
                (De Lucas 71´), Arteaga (Iván Díaz 71´); Martín Posse (Oscar 54´),
                Tamudo.
                trainer: Luis Flores.
RC Deportivo:   Songo'o; Manuel Pablo, Donato, Naybet, Romero; Mauro Silva, Jokanovic,
                Víctor (Duscher 75´), Djalminha (Diego Tristán 78´); Fran, Pauleta 
                (Turu Flores 57´)
                trainer: Javier Irureta.
referee: Ansuategui Roca

27/ 8/2000   RC Deportivo         2-0 RCD Espanyol               (Riazor; 28.000)
RC Deportivo:   Molina; Manuel Pablo, Helder, Naybet, Romero; Jokanovic (Donato 83´),
                Mauro Silva, Víctor, Djalminha (Turu Flores 79´); Fran,
                Diego Tristán (Pandiani 69´)  
                trainer: Javier Irureta
RCD Espanyol:   Mora; Cristóbal, Nando, Pochettino, Toledo; Sergio, Galca, Velamazán
                (Navas 77´), Arteaga; Tamudo (Oscar 66´), Martín Posse (Iván Díaz 66´).
                trainer: Luis Flores.
goals: 1-0 Djalminha 57´, 2-0 Diego Tristán 60´
referee: Mejuto González.

2001

League winners: Real Madrid CF
Cup winners: Real Zaragoza CF

19/ 8/2001   Real Zaragoza CF     1-1 Real Madrid CF             (La Romareda; 26.800)
Real Zaragoza:  Laínez; Pablo (Cuartero 73´), Aguado, Paco, Esquerdinha;
                Juanele, José Ignacio, Acuña, Martín Vellisca (Galletti 73´);
                Jamelli, Yordi.
                trainer: Tetxu Rojo.
Real Madrid:    César; Míchel Salgado, Hierro, Karanka, Roberto Carlos;
                Figo (Celades 88´), Makelele, Conceicao, Solari (McManaman 70´);
                Zidane (Morientes 80´), Raúl
                trainer: Vicente Del Bosque.
goals: 0-1 F. Conceicao 54´, 1-1 Yordi 79´
referee: Lopez Nieto.

22/ 8/2001   Real Madrid CF       3-0 Real Zaragoza CF           (S. Bernabeu; 70.000)
Real Madrid:    Casillas; Míchel Salgado, Hierro, Karanka, Roberto Carlos
                (Solari 85´); Flavio, Makelele; Figo, Zidane (Savio 71); 
                Raúl, Morientes (Guti 67´)
                trainer: Vicente Del Bosque.
Real Zaragoza:  Laínez; Sundgren, Aguado, Paco, Esquerdinha; Acuña, José Ignacio;
                Galletti (Cuartero 60´), Aragón (Yordi 74´), Vellisca
                (Juanele 81´); Jamelli.
                trainer: Tetxu Rojo.
goals: 1-0 Raúl 74´, 2-0 Raúl 82´, 3-0 Raúl 89´.
referee: Iturralde González.

2002

League winners: Valencia CF
Cup winners: RC Deportivo

18/ 8/2002   RC Deportivo         3-0 Valencia CF                (Riazor)
RC Deportivo:   Molina; Scaloni, César (Andrade 71´), Naybet, Romero; Sergio, Mauro Silva; 
                Víctor, Valerón (Djalminha 79´), Fran (Sergio 67´); Makaay.
                trainer: Javier Irureta
Valencia CF:    Cañizares; Curro Torres, Pellegrino, Ayala, Carboni; De los Santos (Baraja 46´), 
                Marchena (Sánchez 75´); Rufete (Carew 46´), Aimar, Vicente; Angulo.
                trainer: Rafael Benítez
goals: 1-0 Valerón 12´, 2-0 Víctor 21´, 3-0 Naybet 31´.
referee: Mejuto González


25/ 8/2002   Valencia CF          0-1 RC Deportivo               (Mestalla)
Valencia CF:    Cañizares; Curro Torres, Ayala, Pellegrino, Fabio Aurelio, Angulo, 
                Marchena (Rufete 46´), Baraja, Vicente (Carboni 70´), Aimar (Sánchez 75´), Salva. 
                trainer: Rafael Benitez.
RC Deportivo:   Molina; Scaloni, Naybet, César, Romero; Víctor, Mauro Silva, Sergio, Fran 
                (Capdevila 70´), Valeron (Duscher 73´), Makaay (Pandiani 85´).
                trainer: Javier Irureta 
goals: 0-1 Victor 90´.
referee: Iturralde González.

2003

League winners: Real Madrid CF
Cup winners: RCD Mallorca

24/ 8/2003   RCD Mallorca         2-1 Real Madrid CF             (Son Moix)
RCD Mallorca:   Laínez; Pablo (Cuartero 73´), Aguado, Paco, Esquerdinha, Juanele, José Ignacio, 
                Acuña, Martín Vellisca (Galletti, min.73); Jamelli, Yordi. 
                trainer: Jaime Pacheco.
Real Madrid:    Casillas; Salgado, Helguera, Pavón (Raúl Bravo 53´), Roberto Carlos; 
                Cambiasso (Guti 75´), Beckham (Makelele 53´), Figo, Zidane; Ronaldo, Raúl.
                trainer:  Carlos Queiroz.
goals: 0-1 Figo 18´, 1-1 Bruggink 45´, 2-1 Etoo 47´.
referee: Pérez Burrul.

27/ 8/2003   Real Madrid CF       3-0 RCD Mallorca               (Santiago Bernabéu)
Real Madrid:    Casillas; Míchel Salgado, Helguera, Raúl Bravo, Roberto Carlos, Cambiasso, Beckham; 
                Figo (Solari 89´), Zidane (Savio 71´); Raúl (Guti 70´, Portillo 86´), Ronaldo.
                trainer:  Carlos Queiroz.
RCD Mallorca:   Leo Franco; Cortés, F. Niño (Stankovic 75ç ), Nadal, Poli, Campano (Perera 56ç ), 
                Marcos (Nagore 85ç ), Ibagaza, T. González, Etoo, Bruggink.
                trainer: Jaime Pacheco.
goals: 1-0 Raúl 45´, 2-0 Ronaldo 52´, 3-0 Beckham 72´.
referee: Medina Cantalejo.

2004

League winners: Valencia CF
Cup winners: Real Zaragoza CF

21/ 8/2004   Real Zaragoza CF     0-1 Valencia CF                (La Romareda)
Real Zaragoza:  Luis García; Cuartero, Milito, Álvaro; Movilla (Generelo 78´), Zapater; Savio;
                Toledo, Galletti (Cani 78´); Villa y Javi Moreno (Drulic 66´).
                trainer:  Víctor Muñoz.
Valencia CF:    Cañizares; Curro Torres, Ayala, Navarro, Pellegrino, Carboni; Rufete (Fiore 87´);
                Albelda, Baraja, Vicente (Corradi 84´); Angulo, Di Vaio (Mista 68´).
                trainer:  Claudio Ranieri
goals:  0-1. Vicente 61´.
referee:   Rodríguez Santiago.

24/ 8/2004   Valencia CF          1-3 Real Zaragoza CF           (Mestalla)
Valencia CF:    Cañizares; Carboni, Navarro, Pellegrino, Caneira; Rufete (Angulo 45´), Albelda;
                Baraja (Aimar 45´), Fiore; Corradi (Xisco 65´), Mista.
                trainer:  Claudio Ranieri.
Real Zaragoza:  Luis García; Cuartero, Álvaro, Milito; Savio, Villa (Cani 55´), Movilla, Toledo,
                Galletti (Soriano 70´); Zapater (Generelo 58´), Javi Moreno.
                trainer:  Víctor Muñoz.
goals: 0-1 Álvaro 10´. 0-2 Galletti 33´. 1-2 Corradi 52´. 1-3 Javi Moreno 83´.
referee:  Megía Dávila.

2005

League winners: FC Barcelona
Cup winners: Real Betis

13/ 8/2005   Real Betis           0-3 FC Barcelona               (Ruiz de Lopera)
Real Betis:     Doblas; Melli, Juanito, Rivas, Luís Fernández; Joaquín, Miguel Ángel (Arzu 81´);
                Rivera, Assunçao (Xisco 46´); Edu, Oliveira (Fernando 81´).
                trainer:  Serra Ferrer.
FC Barcelona:   Valdés; Belletti, Puyol, Oleguer, Sylvinho; Xavi, Edmilson (Gabri 85´),
                Deco (Iniesta 81´); Giuly (Van Bommel 70´), Ronaldinho, Etoo.
                trainer:  Frank Rijkaard.
goals: 0-1 Giuly 47´, 0-2 Etoo 51´, 0-3 Ronaldinho 63´.
referee:  Daudén Ibañez.

20/ 8/2005   FC Barcelona         1-2 Real Betis                 (Camp Nou)
FC Barcelona:   Valdés; Belletti (Márquez 46´), Puyol, Oleguer, Sylvinho; Xavi, Edmilson,
                Deco (Gabri 81´); Giuly (Larsson 85´), Ronaldinho, Etoo.
                trainer:  Frank Rijkaard
Real Betis:     Contreras; Oscar López (Lembo 81´), Melli, Nano, Castellini; Varela 
                (Israel 69´), Arzu (Rivera, min.73); Miguel Ángel, Xisco; Fernando, Dani.
                trainer:  Serra Ferrer.
goals: 1-0 Etoo 15´, 1-1 Dani 23´, 1-2 Dani 28´.
referee:  Undiano Mallenco.

2006

League winners: FC Barcelona
Cup winners: RCD Espanyol

17/ 8/2006   RCD Espanyol         0-1 FC Barcelona               (Lluis Compayns)
RCD Espanyol:   Gorka; Zabaleta, Jarque, Lacruz, David García; Costa, Fredson, Rufete (Coro 63´), 
                De la Peña (Riera 66´), Luis García, Tamudo (Pandiani 52´). 
                trainer:  Ernesto Valverde.
FC Barcelona:   Valdés; Oleguer, Puyol (Zambrotta 84´), Márquez, Sylvinho; Xavi (Iniesta 71´), 
                Deco, Motta, Giuly (Messi 60´); Ronaldinho, Eto'o. 
                trainer:  Frank Rijkaard
goals: 0-1 Giuly 44´.
referee: González Vázquez.

20/ 8/2006   FC Barcelona         3-0 RCD Espanyol               (Camp Nou)
FC Barcelona:   Jorquera; Belletti, Puyol, Márquez (Thuram 46´), Gio; Xavi, Motta 
                (Iniesta 69´), Deco; Messi, Ronaldinho y Eto'o (Gudjohnsen 46´). 
                trainer:  Frank Rijkaard.
RCD Espanyol:   Kameni; Sergio Sánchez, Jarque, Lacruz (Torrejón 58´), Zabaleta; Costa, 
                Fredson, Moha (Riera 63´), Corominas (Luis García 58´), Rufete, Pandiani. 
                trainer:  Ernesto Valderde.
goals: 1-0 Xavi 3´, 2-0 Deco 12´, 3-0 Deco 61´. 
referee: Mejuto González.

2007

League winners: Real Madrid CF
Cup winners: Sevilla FC

11/ 8/2007   Sevilla FC           1-0 Real Madrid CF
Sevilla FC:     Palop; Daniel Alves, Boulahrouz, Dragutinovic, Puerta; Jesús Navas (Maresca 75´), 
                Martí, Keita, Duda (Capel 67´); Renato (De Mul 57´), Luis Fabiano.
                trainer:  Juande Ramos.
Real Madrid:    Casillas; Sergio Ramos, Pepe, Cannavaro, Miguel Torres; Gago (Baptista 46´), 
                Diarra; Balboa (Saviola 63´), Guti, Robinho; Raúl.
                trainer:  Bernd Schuster.
goals: 1-0  Luis Fabiano 28´.
referee: Alfonso Pérez Burrull.

19/ 8/2007   Real Madrid CF       3-5 Sevilla FC
Real Madrid:    Casillas; Sergio Ramos, Pepe, Cannavaro, Miguel Torres (Guti 46´); Diarra, Drenthe, 
                Sneijder (Baptista 83´); Robinho; Raúl (Saviola 64´), Van Nistelrooy. 
                trainer:  Bernd Schuster.
Sevilla FC:     Palop; Daniel Alves, Fazio, Mosquera (Keita 46´), Dragutinovic; Jesús Navas, 
                Poulsen, Martí, Duda (Kerzhakov 71´); Renato (Maresca 80´), Kanouté.
                trainer:  Juande Ramos.
goals:  0-1 Renato 17´, 1-1 Drenthe 24´, 1-2 Renato 27´, 1-3 Kanoute 37´, 
        2-3 Cannavaro 44´, 3-3 Sergio Ramos 79´. 3-4 Kanoute 82´, 3-5 Kanoute 90´. 
referee: Undiano Mallenco. 

2008

League winners: Real Madrid CF
Cup winners: Valencia CF

17/ 8/2008   Valencia CF          3-2 Real Madrid CF
Valencia CF:    Hildebrand; Miguel, Alexis, Albiol, Moretti; Albelda, Baraja (Fernandes 74´), 
                Mata (Vicente 71´), Joaquín (Pablo 65´); Silva, Villa.
                trainer: Unai Emery.
Real Madrid:    Casillas; Salgado (Sergio Ramos 63´), Heinze, Torres, Javi García; Diarrá, De la Red, 
                Robinho (Robben 63´), Van der Vaart; Raúl (Guti 74´), Van Nistelrooy.
                trainer: Bernd Schuster.
goals: 0-1 Van Nistelrooy 13´, 1-1 Mata 55´, 2-1 Villa 59´,  
       2-2 Van Nistelrooy 67´, 3-2 Vicente 80´.
referee:  Medina Cantalejo.

24/ 8/2008   Real Madrid CF       4-2 Valencia CF
Real Madrid:    Iker Casillas; Sergio Ramos, Pepe, Heinze, Torres (Drenthe 64´); Diarra, Guti 
                (De la Red 78´), Van der Vaart; Robben, Raúl (Higuaín 79´), Van Nistelrooy.
                trainer: Bernd Schuster.
Valencia CF:    Hildebrand; Miguel, Albiol (Morientes 81´) Alexis, Moretti; Joaquín 
                (Pablo Hernández 68´), Albelda, Baraja, Mata (Vicente 60´); Silva, Villa.
                trainer: Unai Emery.
goals:  0-1 Silva 33´,  1-1 Van Nistelrooy (p)50´, 2-1 Sergio Ramos 76´, 
        3-1 De la Red 85´, 4-1 Higuaín 88´, 4-2 Morientes 90´. 
referee:  Iturralde González.

2009

League winners: FC Barcelona
Cup winners: FC Barcelona (Athletic de Bilbao qualify as losing finalists)

16/ 8/2009   Athletic de Bilbao   1-2 FC Barcelona
Ath. Bilbao:  Iraizoz, Iraola, Ustariz, Ocio, Koikili, Susaeta, Orbaiz, Gurpegi, Gabilondo 
              (Castillo 66´), De Marcos (Toquero 59´), Llorente (Etxeberria 71´).
FC Barcelona: Víctor Valdés, Alves, Piqué, Puyol, Abidal, Xavi (Busquets 80´), 
              Toure, Keita, Pedro, Bojan y Henry (Jeffren 71´).
goals: 1-0 Marcos 44´, 1-1 Xavi 58´, 1-2 Pedro 68´.
referee: Velasco Carballo
Stadium: San Mamés (Bilbao)

23/ 8/2009   FC Barcelona         3-0 Athletic de Bilbao 
FC Barcelona: Valdés; Alves, Puyol, Piqué (Pedro 76´), Maxwell; Xavi, Touré, Keita; 
              Messi, Ibrahimovic (Bojan 71´), Henry (Busquets 75´).
Ath. Bilbao:  Iraizoz; Iraola, Ustaritz, X. Etxebarria, Koikili; David López (Iturraspe 60´), Orbaiz, 
              Gurpegui, Gabilondo; Etxeberria (Toquero 56´), Díaz de Cerio (Ion Vélez 46´). 
goals: 1-0 Messi 50´, 2-0 Messi 68´, 3-0 Bojan 72´. 
referee: Velasco Carballo
Stadium: Camp Nou (Barcelona)

2010

League winners: FC Barcelona
Cup winners: Sevilla FC

14/ 8/2010   Sevilla FC           3-1 FC Barcelona 
                [Luis Fabiano 61, Frederic Kanouté 74, 82;
                 Zlatan Ibrahimovic 20]
 
Sevilla FC: Andrés Palop; Abdoulay Konko, Julien Escudé, Federico Fazio,
            Mouhamadou Dabo, Didier Zokora, Christian Romaric (Luca Cigarini 46),
            "Renato" Dirnei Florencio (Frederic Kanouté 64), Jesús Navas,
            Diego Perotti, Luis Fabiano (Alvaro Negredo 71). Coach: Antonio Álvarez.
FC Barcelona: Ruben Miño; Daniel Alves da Silva “Dani Alves", Sergi Gómez,
              Gabriel Milito ("Adriano" Correia Claro 81), Eric Abidal, Oriol Romeu,
              Julio Dos Santos ("Thiago" Alcántara do Nascimento 65), Seydou Keita,
              Bojan Krkic, Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Lionel Messi 52),
              "Maxwell" Scherrer Cabelino Andrade. Coach: Pep Guardiola

referee: Muñiz Fernández
Estadio Sánchez Pizjuán (Sevilla)
attendance:  40.000 

21/ 8/2010   FC Barcelona         4-0 Sevilla FC     
               [Konko 14og, Messi 24, 44, 90]
 
FC Barcelona: Victor Valdés; Daniel Alves da Silva “Dani Alves", 
              Gerard Piqué, Eric Abidal, "Maxwell" Scherrer Cabelino Andrade, 
              Xavier Hernández "Xavi", Sergi Busquets, Seydou Keita,
              Lionel Messi, Bojan Krkic, Andrés Iniesta ("Pedro" Eliezer 57).
              Coach: Pep Guardiola
Sevilla FC: Andrés Palop; Mouhamadou Dabo, Abdoulay Konko, Julien Escudé,
            Fernando Navarro, Alejandro Alfaro (Diego Perotti 62), Didier Zokora,
            Christian Romaric (Luca Cigarini 62), Diego Capel (Luis Fabiano 62),
            Jesus Navas, Alvaro Negredo. Coach: Antonio Álvarez.
 
referee: Fernando Teixeira
Stadium Camp Nou (Barcelona)
attendance: 67,414

2011

League winners: FC Barcelona
Cup winners: Real Madrid CF

14/ 8/2011   Real Madrid  2-2 FC Barcelona
Real Madrid:  Iker Casillas; Sergio Ramos, Pepe, Carvalho, Marcelo; Xabi Alonso, Khedira (Callejón 57´), 
              Di María (Coentrao 53´); Özil, Cristiano Ronaldo, Benzema (Higuaín 81´). 
FC Barcelona: Valdés; Dani Álves, Mascherano, Abidal, Adriano (Piqué 61´); Keita, Thiago (Villa 57´), 
              Iniesta; Alexis, Villa (Pedro 72´), Messi.
goals:  1-0 Özil 13´, 1-1 Villa 35´, 1-2 Messi 45´, 2-2 Xabi Alonso 54´
referee: Teixeira Vitienes
Stadim: Santiago Bernabéu (Madrid)

17/ 8/2011   FC Barcelona	3-2 Real Madrid 
FC Barcelona: Valdés; Alves, Piqué, Mascherano, Abidal, Sergio Busquets (Keita 85´), 
              Xavi, Iniesta, Pedro (Cesc 82´), Villa (Adriano 73´), Messi.
Real Madrid:  Casillas; Ramos, Pepe, Carvalho, Coentrao, Xabi Alonso, Khedira (Marcelo 45´), 
              Di Maria (Higuaín 63´), Özil (Kaka 78´), Cristiano Ronaldo, Benzema. 
goals:  1-0 Iniesta 15´ 1-1 Cristiano Ronaldo 20´, 2-1 Messi 45´, 2-2 Benzema 81´, 
        3-2 Messi 88´
referee: Fernández Borbalán
Stadium Camp Nou (Barcelona)


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