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Barça Women are about to appear in their fourth Champions League final as on Saturday they face Wolfsburg in the PSV Stadium in the Dutch city of Eindhoven. It will be the first final for the women's team in the Netherlands with the men's team having played in two finals in the country.
The women's team's previous appearances in finals have come in Budapest, Hungary in the defeat to Olympique Lyonnais in 2019, in Gothenburg, Sweden where they claimed their first ever title with a 4-0 win over Chelsea, and in Italy where they were edged out last season in Turin by Olympique once again.
The women's team may be playing in a final for the first time in the Netherlands but the men's team have appeared in two finals on Dutch soil.
Both games were in the now defunct European Cup Winners Cup and both were at the same venue - the De Kuip stadium in Rotterdam, home of Feyenoord.
In May 1991 Johan Cruyff's Barça side were defeated 2-1 by Sir Alex Ferguson's Manchester United side for whom former Barça striker Mark Hughes scored both goals.
In their next appearance in Rotterdam Barça were able to claim their fourth victory in the competition when in May 1997 a side coach by Sir Bobby Robson defeated PSG 1-0 in the final, Ronaldo Nazário scoring the only goal of the game from the penalty spot.
For the women's team it is the first final against German opposition after taking on French and English sides in their previous appearances. The men's team have taken on German opposition three times in finals and come out on top on each occasion.
In the European Cup Winners Cup final in 1979, goals from Vicente Sánchez, Asensi, Rexach and Krankl handed the blaugranes a 4-3 win over Fortuna Dusseldorf. In the UEFA Super Cup in 1992, Johan Cruyff's team claimed the trophy for the first time in the Club's history thanks to a 3-2 aggregate win over two legs.
In 1997 a side coached by Louis Van Gaal repeated success in the same competition with a 3-1 aggregate win over Champions League winners Borussia Dortmund.