Sevilla's previous UEFA Super Cup matches

Sevilla face Real Madrid next week in their fifth UEFA Super Cup in ten years, hoping for a different result from when the Spanish clubs met in Cardiff in 2014.

Sevilla celebrate their UEFA Super Cup victory over Barcelona in 2006
Sevilla celebrate their UEFA Super Cup victory over Barcelona in 2006 ©Getty Images

2006: Sevilla 3-0 Barcelona (Renato 7, Kanouté 45, Maresca 90pen)
Sevilla were rarely troubled at the Stade Louis II once Renato had opened the scoring from close range. After Frédéric Kanouté headed a second on the stroke of half-time, a second European trophy in four months was within Sevilla's grasp, something promptly confirmed when Enzo Maresca rounded off proceedings by smashing in a penalty.

2007: AC Milan 3-1 Sevilla (Inzaghi 54, Jankulovski 61, Kaká 86; Renato 13)
Sevilla had been challenging to become only the second club to win two successive UEFA Super Cups, but the death three days earlier of midfielder Antonio Puerta following a heart attack during a league game made such sporting concerns in Monaco seem irrelevant.

See how Barcelona beat Sevilla 5-4 in Super Cup thriller
See how Barcelona beat Sevilla 5-4 in Super Cup thriller

2014: Real Madrid 2-0 Sevilla (Ronaldo 30 49)
Cristiano Ronaldo, who had set a UEFA Champions League scoring record in 2013/14, continued where he left off with two goals. New signings James Rodríguez and Toni Kroos started for Madrid and the former combined with Gareth Bale – playing in Cardiff, city of his birth – for the opener. Ronaldo added another after good work by Karim Benzema to end the hopes of the UEFA Europa League holders.

2015: Barcelona 5-4 Sevilla (aet) (Messi 7 18, Rafinha 44, Suárez 52, Pedro Rodríguez 115; Banega 3, Reyes 57, Gameiro 72(p), Konoplyanka 81)
Pedro Rodríguez claimed his second 115th-minute winner in a UEFA Super Cup final to give Barcelona a sensational victory over Sevilla in Tbilisi, watched by a competition-record 51,490 crowd. Sevilla had produced an astonishing fightback from 4-1 down to force extra time, where Pedro – in the same minute as his solitary strike against Shakhtar Donetsk in 2009 pounced on a rebound after Beto parried.