Barcelona

form

All
SEV 0 - 2 BAR
W
BAR 3 - 0 ELC
W
BAR 1 - 1 CAD
D
BAR 1 - 4 PSG
L
BAR 5 - 1 ALA
W
SEV 2 - 0 BAR
L
BET 2 - 3 BAR
W
GRA 3 - 5 BAR
W
BAR 2 - 1 ATH
W
RAY 1 - 2 BAR
W
Real Madrid

form

All
ATA 0 - 1 RMA
W
VLD 0 - 1 RMA
W
RMA 2 - 0 VAL
W
RMA 2 - 0 GET
W
HUE 1 - 2 RMA
W
RMA 1 - 2 LEV
L
ALA 1 - 4 RMA
W
ALC 2 - 1 RMA
L
RMA 1 - 2 ATH
L
RMA 2 - 0 CEL
W
Head to Head
20 Matches (4 Draws)
9 Total wins 7
2 Home wins 3
7 Away wins 4
Last 5 Matches
2 Wins
1 Draw
2 Wins
BAR 1 - 3 RMA
RMA 2 - 0 BAR
BAR 0 - 0 RMA
RMA 0 - 1 BAR
RMA 0 - 3 BAR
5 Goals Scored 5
Games Over 2.5 Goals 2 / 5
Both Teams Scored 1 / 5
Team Comparison
  • Attack
  • Defence
  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Barcelona are the team with the most titles in the Supercopa history (12) while Real Madrid have the second most (nine).
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  3. Barcelona have won the title seven of the last nine times they have played in the Spanish Supercup. The only defeats were in 2012 against José Mourinho’s Real Madrid, and in 2015 against Athletic under their current manager Ernesto Valverde.
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  5. Meanwhile, the Madrilean team have only won two of their last five Spanish Supercups, in 2008 against Unai Emery’s Valencia, and in 2012 against Barcelona under Tito Vilanova.
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  7. Barcelona have only won one of their six meetings with Real Madrid in the Supercopa, in 2011 (2-2 at Santiago Bernabéu and 3-2 at Camp Nou).
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  9. Moreover, the Whites won all three Spanish Supercups in which they played in first leg at Camp Nou (1990, 1997 and 2012).
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  11. Barça have only won four of the 12 clasicos played in Spanish Supercup (D1 L6), all four wins were at home and by one-goal margin.
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  13. On the other hand, Real Madrid have only won one of their six trips to Camp Nou in the Supercopa (D1 L4), 1-0 in 1990.
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  15. Barcelona have scored in their last 23 competitive games against Real Madrid, the best ever run by any side in El Clasico history.
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  17. Meanwhile, Real Madrid have netted at least once in all 12 games played against Barcelona in the Spanish Supercup. (W6 D2 L4).
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  19. Lionel Messi has scored 12 goals in the Spanish Supercup, at least five more than any other player (Raúl González, seven).
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  21. The Argentinean player has scored 10 goals in his eight Supercopa games played at Camp Nou, with all 10 goals coming from inside of the box.
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  23. Lionel Messi is the all-time top-scorer in El Clasico history (23 goals in all comps). However, he is five games in a row at home without scoring against Real Madrid, his worst run at Camp Nou against them.
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  25. Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 16 goals in El Clasico in all competitions and he is only two away from the all-time Real Madrid top-scorer in this fixture, Alfredo Di Stéfano (18).
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  27. The Portuguese player has scored at least once in three of his four clashes against Barcelona in Spanish Supercup (three goals) and in his two visits to the Camp Nou (two goals).
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  29. In addition, Ronaldo has scored 10 goals in his last 10 games at Camp Nou in all competitions, with three of them assisted by Karim Benzema.
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  31. Luis Suárez has scored four goals in his six games against Real Madrid in all competitions. No player has netted more against the Blancos since he joined Barça (level with Antoine Griezmann).   
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  33. Ernesto Valverde could become the second manager to win the Spanish Super Cup with two different teams (he did it with Athletic Club in 2015) after Héctor Cúper (with Mallorca 1998 and with Valencia 1999).
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  35. Valverde could also become the first ever manager to win the Spanish Super Cup against both Barcelona and Real Madrid.
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  37. Ernesto Valverde has only won one of his last 13 games against Real Madrid in all competitions (D2 L10), 1-0 at the new San Mamés in March 2015.
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  39. Zinedine Zidane could be the second to win the Spanish Super Cup as a Real Madrid player (2001 and 2003) and as a Real Madrid manager, after Bernd Schuster (1990 and 2008).
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  41. Zidane is unbeaten in his two previous visits to the Camp Nou as a manager (W1 D1). The last Real Madrid manager to remain unbeaten for three games in a row away to Barcelona was Vicente del Bosque in 2002 (W1 D2).
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  43. Zinedine Zidane could be the first Real Madrid manager ever to remain unbeaten in his first three Clasicos as a visitor.
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