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MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB

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Ronaldinho and Giuly welcome Getafe

Getafe made their Primera Division debut at Camp Nou in Week 32 of La Liga 2004/05 with a 2-0 defeat for the visitors. Goals from Ronaldinho and Ludovic Giuly handed the three points to Barça in a season where the Catalans would go on to win the title and Getafe would finishin in a respectable 13th position. The first meeting between the two sides came in the Copa del Rey in 1978, in an 8-0 win in which Johan Cruyff scored.

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Newly-promoted but competitive

Almeria, under the management of Unai Emery, came to the Camp Nou for the first time in 2007/08, with Barça again winning (2-0). A goal from Thierry Henry in the first half before a Leo Messi penalty in the second handed the win to the hosts. Almeria managed to finish eighth in the table, the second highest finish of a newly-promoted side. In what was Frank Rijkaard's final season with FC Barcelona, the team finished third with 67 points.

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Guardiola's Barça defeat Xerez

The first and last time Xerez played at Camp Nou in the league was a 3-1 blaugrana win in 2009/10 with Pep Guardiola as manager. The first goal was scored by Jeffren followed by Henry and a third from Ibrahimovic. That year, Barça won the league with 99 points and Xerez got relegated. 

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Comfortable win against Eibar

Eibar's first visit to the home of FC Barcelona resulted in a 3-0 win for the hosts thanks to goals Xavi, Neymar Jr and Messi. In that season, Luis Enrique's first at the club, FC Barcelona ended up winning the treble. Eibar, meanwhile, finished in the relagation zone but were saved as Elche, in 17th place, were relegated for off-field issues.

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Leganés, the next team to make their Camp Nou debut

FC Barcelona's upcoming rival is Leganés, who will be stepping out at the famous stadium in the league for the first time. In the first round of the season, Luis Enrique's men earned a big 5-1 win at Butarque, with two goals from Messi and further strikes from Luis Súarez, Neymar Jr and a long-range drive from Rafinha.

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