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These teams have previously shared some titanic battles, both at the Camp Nou and the Parc des Prince, and we're expecting more of the same the next time they share a pitch.

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FC Barcelona vs Paris Saint-Germain History

FC Barcelona and PSG have some scores to settle after a number of iconic clashes, and the atmosphere inside the stadium is sure to be immense for this meeting of footballing giants.

Of the two sides, Barcelona have had the upper hand in terms of successfully acquiring European silverware. The La Liga outfit has won UEFA's premier club competition on no fewer than five occasions, the first of which came in the final edition of the European Cup in the 1991/92 season. Johan Cruyff’s side edged Sampdoria in extra-time at Wembley Stadium.

Two seasons later, with the tournament now rebranded to the UEFA Champions League, Barca reached the final again but lost out to Fabio Capello’s AC Milan.

Frank Rijkaard, another Dutch coach, led Barcelona to their next UCL final experience in 2006, and it proved a lot more pleasant than in Athens more than a decade earlier. La Blaugrana took on Arsenal at the Stade de France, where the Premier League was reduced to 10 men after just 18 minutes as goalkeeper Jens Lehmann was given his marching orders. The Gunners took the lead before half-time, but Barca rallied back and scored twice in quick succession to claim a first Champions League title.

Under Pep Guardiola, Barcelona won the UCL title in 2009 and 2011, with Lionel Messi playing a key role in both their final wins over Manchester United, first at the Stadio Olimpico and then at Wembley two years later. Luis Enrique guided Barca to the Champions League trophy in the 2014/15 season following a convincing win over Juventus at the Olympiastadion in Berlin.

Meanwhile, Paris Saint-Germain still await a maiden Champions League title, though it’s a target which the club’s owners have invested a lot of money in order to secure. This has led to a number of managers being axed despite attaining domestic success with the Parisiens, and the pursuit of a Champions League triumph is certainly still the main ambition for PSG.

The closest PSG have come to lifting this famous trophy was in 2020. Thomas Tuchel's team advanced to the Champions League final where they faced Bayern Munich. The match was played behind closed doors due to Covid-19 restrictions, as the Bundesliga side claimed a narrow 1-0 win in Lisbon. Kingsley Coman netted against his former club to hand Bayern a sixth European crown.

PSG had previously reached the Champions League semi-finals in the 1994/95 season, but couldn't manage to overcome AC Milan.

FC Barcelona vs Paris Saint-Germain Stats and Mutual Connections

Neymar Jr scored seven goals in six matches against PSG, including twice in the famous comeback by Barca in the 2016/17 Champions League last-16. Of course, in the subsequent summer, the Brazil forward would go on to complete a mega-money move to the French capital; the transfer fee was worth a reported €222m – a world record sum.

Several other high-profile players (and managers) have also plied their trade for both these teams.

  • Spanish midfielder Mikel Arteta developed in La Masia, the famed Academy of Barcelona, before completing a loan switch to PSG in 2001 to rack up more first-team minutes.

  • Barca paid in the region of €30m to sign Ronaldinho from PSG in the summer of 2003. The Brazilian baller played more than 200 times for La Blaugrana and he was the recipient of the prestigious Ballon d'Or award in 2005.

  • A swap deal in 2009 saw Zlatan Ibrahimović join Barcelona from Inter Milan, with Cameroon striker Samuel Eto'o moving in the opposite direction. Ibrahimović played just 42 times for Barca before leaving for AC Milan, and he signed for PSG in 2016. The Sweden centre-forward made 180 outings for the Parisiens, more than he did for any other club.

  • Lionel Messi is another who has represented both of these esteemed clubs, though he will certainly remain associated with Barcelona far more than PSG. The Argentina talisman scored 672 goals in 778 appearances (both record tallies) for the Catalan giants having initially joined the club aged 13. Messi completed a free transfer to PSG in 2021, and remained there for just two seasons before becoming an Inter Miami player.

  • Barcelona acquired France winger Ousmane Dembélé from Borussia Dortmund in 2017, as a replacement for PSG-bound Neymar. The transfer was worth a reported €135m, though Dembélé's time in Catalonia was blighted by injuries. He switched to PSG in 2023 after the French club activated his €50m release clause.

  • Luis Enrique was Barcelona manager for three years until 2017, coaching the team to multiple honours. Following a spell in charge of the Spain national team, Enrique was appointed PSG manager in 2023.

FC Barcelona vs Paris Saint-Germain Head-to-Head

These two teams have a rich history in European competition, with Barcelona, more often than not, coming out on top. Their first meeting came in the Champions League quarter-finals of 1994/95. PSG won 2-1 at the Parc des Princes following a 1-1 draw at the Camp Nou. The French side would ultimately lose in the following round to AC Milan.

Almost two decades passed before Barca and PSG met again in the Champions League, again at the quarter-final stage. Both legs ended all square, but Barcelona would progress via the away-goal rule.

These teams met no fewer than four times during the 2014/15 UCL campaign, as they shared a group and later crossed paths again in the last-eight. Either side won its home fixture in the group stage, though it was Barca that topped their group. They reconvened in the second knockout round as the Catalan giants showed their dominance, recording a comfortable 5-1 victory on aggregate including a 3-1 triumph in Paris. Barcelona would go on to capture Champions League glory that season.

Perhaps the 2016/17 Champions League last-16 clash between Barca and PSG is the best-known meeting between these clubs. The Parisiens cruised to a 4-0 win in the first leg, with Ángel Di María, Julian Draxler and Edinson Cavani all on the scoresheet at the Parc des Princes.

The tie was deemed all but over, however Barcelona weren't dead and buried just yet. Against all odds, Luis Enrique's team bounced back and claimed a stunning 6-1 victory at the Camp Nou. Neymar was at the fore of the drama, scoring two goals and providing a match-winning assist all after the 85th minute. Barca netted three times in the space of eight minutes to progress to the semi-finals at the expense of a deflated PSG outfit.

In 2020/21, these teams were drawn together in the Champions League Round of 16. Kylian Mbappé bagged a hat-trick for PSG to run out 4-1 winners at the Camp Nou, and he found the net again in the second leg which ended 1-1.

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Where do FC Barcelona vs Paris Saint Germain (PSG) matches take place?

The home games of FC Barcelona are held at Estadi Olímpic Lluis Companys in Barcelona, Spain. The capacity of the stadium is 55,926. Paris Saint Germain (PSG)'s home matches take centre stage at Parc des Princes in Paris, France. 47,929 is the capacity of their venue.

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The cost of a Champions League ticket, at face value, can be anywhere from $38 to $191. Yet, it may not be easy to score tickets for the Barca vs PSG match through the official channels.

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