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Barcelona's appeal turned down; Suárez handed two-match ban
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Los Blaugranas will also have to deal with Sergi Roberto's absence, who was also sent off during the second leg of their semi-final clash against Atlético.
Copa del Rey Final will not be played at Santiago Bernabeu stadium
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Florentino Pérez addressed the issue earlier today, as the Spanish capital stadium was hinted to be one of the possible venues to host the match
STATS: Barcelona matches 63-year old record with Copa del Rey Final ticket
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Los Blaugranas managed to get past Atlético Madrid after a 1-1 draw at Camp Nou. Three men were sent off during the course of this game.
Suárez blames ref over red card against Atlético; fans react
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The Uruguayan striker committed two fouls against Los Colchoneros. Both 'deserved' a red card, according to the game's officer, Jesús Gil..
STATS: Luis Suárez ready to enter Barca's Top 10 scorers list
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The Uruguayan led the way for Los Blaugranas against Atlético by scoring the opener with a smooth right-footed shot.


About Copa del Rey

The Spanish Copa del Rey is a prestigious cup football competition in Spain. It was created in 1902. Its full name is "Campeonato de España – Copa de Su Majestad el Rey" which translates to "Championship of Spain – Cup of His Majesty the King".

Clubs eligible to participate in this competition are clubs from the Spanish Primera Division, the Segunda A, the Segunda B, and the Tercera Division. From the round 32 of the competition onwards, two-legged matches take place, except the final, which is a single match.

2016 titleholders Barcelona lead the charts with 28 titles ahead of Athletic Bilbao (23). The 2016-17 Copa del Rey season runs from 31 August 2016, with 83 teams involved in the First Round, to 27 May 2017.

Did you know? Real Madrid hold the record of the most final heart-breaks, having finished as runners-up 20 times out of 39 final matches.

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