Andrés Iniesta during the Club's last game at the Parc des Princes / MIGUEL RUIZ-FCB

Barça’s visit to the Parc des Princes on Wednesday night will mark their fourteenth appearance at the stadium, where they first played in the 1952 Copa Latina. Only three of those games have been against PSG  - who didn’t become the stadium’s permanent tenants till 1974 – but Barça have won seven games, drawn three and lost just three at the famous Paris venue.

Below we look at all 13 games Barça have played at the Parc des Princes so far:

26 May 1952. Copa Latina. Semi-final. FC Barcelona beat Juventus 4-2 thanks to goals from Manchón, Basora (2) and Kubala.

29 May 1952. Copa Latina. Final. Three days after seeing off the Italians, Barça beat Nice 1-0 in the final with a goal on 79minutes from César to claim their second Copa Latina.

8 June 1955. Friendly. Barça beat Racing de París 3-5 with Suárez, Villaverde (2), Mahjoub (o.g.) and Mandi getting the goals

3 October 1956. Friendly. Racing Paris got their revenge a year later with a 4-2 win. Martinez and Basora scored for Barça

29 November 1962. Friendly. Goals from Fusté and Kocsis saw off Racing as Barça won 1-2 in the teams’ third meeting in seven seasons.

10 May 1967. Friendly. Barça drew 2-2 with Nantes, with Silva getting both the Barça goals.

9 October 1974. Friendly. Facing a combined team made up of Reims and PSG players, Cruyff (2), Marcial (2) and Heredia were the scorers in an impressive 1-5 win.

19 April 1977. Friendly. In the first ever game against PSG, Cruyff scored Barça’s goal in the 1-1 draw.

13 November 1982. Friendly. Four years later, PSG were brushed aside 1-4, with Quini, Maradona, Alonso and Morán on the scoresheet for the Catalans

15 March 1995. Champions League. 17 years after their last visit to the stadium, Barça went into the second leg of the Champions League quarter final after drawing 1-1 at the Camp Nou and were knocked out after going down 2-1.

4 August 2012. Friendly. Barça took the Paris Trophy, beating PSG on penalties after Messi and Rafinha had scored in normal time.

2 April 2013. Champions League. Messi and Xavi scored for Barça as they came away with a 2-2 draw in the first leg of the Champions League quarter finals. Ibrahimovic scored for PSG and Matuidi’s injury time equaliser gave the French side some hope for the return leg, but a 1-1 draw at the Camp Nou saw Barça into the semi-finals.

30 September 2014. Champions League. Despite goals from Messi and Neymar, Luis Enrique’s side lost the Champions League group game earlier this season after David Luiz, Verratti and Matuidi scored a vital win for the French team who went on to qualify  for the knock out stages by coming second to Barça in their group.