The two La Liga giants go head to head at Nou Camp in search of 2021/2022 Super Cup champions on Wednesday 22:00pm.
Heading into the match, Real Madrid is the team with most La Liga trophies, while arch-rivals Barcelona are the Spanish Cup giants. But who has more Super Cup titles ahead of tonight’s mouth-watering tie?
The Super Cup was officially launched in 1982 as a two-team tournament, with the winners of La Liga and the Copa del Rey champions dug it out for the title in a two-legged tie, and the aggregate winner declared the champion.
But since 2019/2020 season, the format was changed, where by the tournament is now contested by four team, with two semi-finals and a final, all are single-led affair.
The Catalans [Barcelona] and the Los Blancos [Real Madrid] are the key dominants in the La Liga standings historically and Atletico Madrid recently emerged as another giant both in domestic and European competitions.
Barcelona in terms of Spanish Super Cup, they are the most succesful side, having won it 13 times two more trophies the Real Madrid, who have lifted the trophy 11 times.
The Catalan giants have featured in the Spanish Super Cup 25 times, while Real Madrid featuring 16 times and they have met in the Super Cup seven times, with Real Madrid edging out Barca five times.
Another participant, Deportivo La Coruna are third in the tournament’s ranking, with three titles, while Atletico Madrid have it two.
Sevilla, Valencia, Real Zaragoza, Real Mallorca, and Real Sociedad have won the Spanish Super Cup once each.