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On Sunday they will face off in the final in Saudi Arabia

Spanish Super Cup history: How many times have Real Madrid and Barcelona met in this tournament?

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Anew edition of the Clasico betweenReal MadridandBarcelonawill take place on Sunday when the two teams meet in the Spanish Super Cup final.

The King Fahd Stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, will be the venue for this match, the 16th meeting between the two sides in this competition.

This makes 2022/23 the ninth edition of the Spanish Super Cup to feature a Clasico.

Los Merengues and Los Cules have met in eight editions of the Spanish Super Cup previously, seven times in the two-legged format and once in the final-four format.

From those eight ties,Real Madridhave dominated their opponents in by emerging victorious seven times and being beaten just once, in 2012.

In 1988, the first Clasico was played in a Super Cup asReal Madridended up beatingBarcelona2-0 at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.

The return leg at the Camp Nou gave the title toReal MadridasBarcelonacame back fromEmilio Butraguenos strike to win 2-1 on the night, but to still be beaten on aggregate.

In 1990, the two teams met again in the tournament, and this time the scoreline was even more emphatic, with Los Merengues winning by a 4-1 scoreline in the capital after a 1-0 win inBarcelonain the first leg.

Three years later, another Clasico took place and the score was 4-2 on aggregate in favour of Los Blancos, with a 3-1 win at the Bernabeu followed by a 1-1 draw at Camp Nou.

In 1997,Real MadridandBarcelonaalso featured in the season curtain-raiser and the Catalan side were in control after a 2-1 win in the first leg, butReal Madridwon the second fixture 4-1 in Madrid.

In 2012,Barcelonawere finally able to beatReal Madridwith three goals fromLionel Messiacross the two legs, first in a 2-2 draw at the Bernabeu and then in a 3-2 win for the Catalans at Camp Nou.

A year later, the aggregate score was 4-4, but with aReal Madridvictory, due to the double value of goals scored away from home after a 3-2 win forBarcelonain Catalonia and a 2-1 win forReal Madridin the capital.

The year 2018 was the last time it was held with the home-and-away format, without semi-finals, and it would also be the last one played on Spanish territory.

In that edition,Real Madridwere once again victorious with a 5-1 aggregate win as they won both legs, 3-1 at Camp Nou and 2-0 at the Bernabeu.

In January of last year, Los Cules and Los Merengues met in the semi-finals on Saudi Arabian soil.

The match was a semi-final, rather than the final as it will be this year and has been for all previous meetings.

It went to extra time, after a 2-2 draw after 90 minutes andReal Madridadvanced 3-2 and went on to win the final.

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