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AC Milan (1986, 2004 and 2010)

No team has come to the Camp Nou for the Joan Gamper Trophy more often than the rossoneri, and their first visit was in 1986 when the competition was still played by four teams. They played Barça in the semi-final and lost 3-1. With the modern one-match format they were back on 2004, losing 2-1, and again 2010 for what would be the return of Ronaldinho to the stadium. Barça won again, this time on penalties after the game ended 1-1 after 90 minutes (1-1). (Photo: Horacio Seguí)

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Brescia (1994)

Brescia faced FC Barcelona in the semi-final, and were heavily beaten by goals from Stoichkov, Txiki Beguiristain, Gica Hagi and Jordi Cruyff (4-0). But Barça were denied their ‘own’ trophy when they lost to Valencia in the final. (Photo: Horacio Seguí)

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Inter Milan (1996 and 2007)

Inter and FC Barcelona met in the final of 1996. Barça won 2-1 against a side featuring Javier Zanetti. Inter returned to the Camp Nou in 2007 to face the side coached by Rijkaard and crashed to an emphatic 5-0 defeats due to goals from Ronaldinho, Giovani, Touré Yaya, Iniesta and Motta. (Photo: Miguel Ruiz) 

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Sampdoria (1997, 2012 and 2016)

Sampdoria have come to the Joan Gamper on two previous occasions. In 1997, they lost to Van Gaal’s team on penalties following a 0-0 draw. They also came to the stadium for the 25th anniversary of the 1992 final, and won the trophy 1-0 thanks to a solitary goal from Roberto Soriano. (Photo: Miguel Ruiz)

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Parma (2001)

The guests in 2001 were Parma, and Barça pipped the Italians 3-2 with goals from Saviola, Christanval and Alfonso (3-2). This was the second time Barça had won the title by beating an Italian team in a single match. (Photo: Horacio Seguí)

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Juventus (2005)

Fabio Capello’s side conquered the Camp Nou by winning the shootout after regulation time had ended with the teams level at 2-2. The Barça goals were scored by Iniesta and Gio, but the game will always be remembered for the breakthrough of Messi, who left 91,826 mouths agape with an absolutely dazzling performance. (Photo: Miguel Ruiz)

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Napoli (2011)

Napoli came to the Joan Gamper for the first time intent on making things difficult for Pep Guardiola. But their plans were scuppered and they crashed to a 5-0 reverse following goals from Cesc Fàbregas, Keita, Pedro and Messi (2). (Photo: Miguel Ruiz)

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Roma (2014)

The twelfth visit by an Italian team to the Gamper was a 3-0 win for the home side against AS Roma. Messi, Neymar and Rakitic scored the goals that meant the trophy stayed at the Camp Nou for the 38th time. (Photo: Miguel Ruiz)

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