91: The days between the establishment of FC Barcelona on 28 November 1899 and that of Bayern Munich on 27 February 1900.
3. The treble has only been achieved by seven European teams. Barça and Bayern are just two of them. The others are Celtic, Ajax, PSV Eindhoven, Manchester United and Inter Milan.
17. The total number of European Cup finals played by both teams. FC Barcelona have made the final seven times — winning four titles and suffering three defeats — while Bayern have won five titles and lost five in their ten finals. With one of the two teams being guaranteed a spot in this year's final, it will be the sixth time in seven years that either Barça or Bayern have played in the final match. Interestingly enough, they have never faced each other for the title.
930. Total goals scored by Gerd Müller (525) and Lionel Messi (405), the all-time leading scorer of each club.
1965. The year the Bundesliga — as it is now called — was established. Bayern Munich are one of the original members and, just like FC Barcelona, they have never been relegated to the Second Division. Bayern have won the league title 24 times.
15. The number of times the Ballon d'Or has been won by a member of either Barça or Bayern. Barça players have won it ten times — Lionel Messi (4), Johan Cruyff (2), Ronaldinho, Rivaldo, Hristo Stoichkov, and Luis Suarez. Bayern players have won it five times — Franz Beckenbauer (2), Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (2) and Gerd Müller.
4. The number of men who have coached both teams — Jack Domby, Udo Lattek, Louis van Gaal, and Pep Guardiola, Bayern's current coach.
728. The number of days between the final won by FC Barcelona at Wembley in 2011 and the final won by Bayern Munich — also at Wembley — two years later. Other European Cup winners at Wembley include AC Milan, Manchester United, Ajax and Liverpool.
174,378. Total capacity of Camp Nou (99,354) and the Allianz Arena (75,024). The number is slightly lower in European competitions for safety reasons.
1,392. Number total games played between Oliver Kahn (632) and Xavi Hernandez (760), who are the all-time leaders in games played for each club.