Club: Barcelona (since 1957)
One of the most iconic stadiums in world football and home to FC Barcelona since 1957. The Nou Camp is one of the largest sporting arenas on the planet and is considered as the best of them all due to its sheer size and history.
As well as hosting one of the great club sides of football the stadium has held European Champions League finals on two separate occasions, World Cup matches in 1982 and perhaps most impressively the final of the Olympics football tournament in 1992.
Matches in the stadium have often exceeded well over 100,000 with legendary players such as Kubala, Cruyff, Zubizaretta, Romario, Rivaldo and Messi all making their stadium home whilst playing for mes que un club.
1958: Barcelona 6-0 London (Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Final) *2nd leg
1960: Barcelona 4-1 Birmingham City (Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Final) *2nd leg
1962: Barcelona 1-1 Valencia (Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Final) *2nd leg
1964: Real Zaragoza 2-1 Valencia (Inter Cities Fairs Cup Final)
1966: Barcelona 0-1 Real Zaragoza (Inter-Cities Fairs Cup) *1st leg
1972: Rangers 3-2 Dynamo Moscow (European Cup Winners Cup Final)
1979: Barcelona 1-1 Nottingham Forest (UEFA Super Cup Final) *2nd leg
1982: Barcelona 1-0 Aston Villa (UEFA Super Cup Final) *1st leg
1982: Barcelona 2-1 Standard Liege (European Cup Winners Cup Final)
1989: Barcelona 1-1 AC Milan (UEFA Super Cup Final) *1st leg
1989: AC Milan 4-0 Steaua Bucharest (European Cup Final)
1992: Spain 3-2 Poland (Olympic Football Final)
1992: Barcelona 2-1 Werder Bremen (UEFA Super Cup Final) *2nd leg
1997: Barcelona 2-0 Borussia Dortmund (UEFA Super Cup Final) *1st leg
1999: Manchester United 2-1 Barcelona (European Cup Final)