The Ridiculous Record Real Madrid Could Set That No Team Will Ever Catch

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Saturday's Champions League final, to determine which team stands alone atop European soccer, is much more than a normal championship match.

It's the first time two teams from the same city (Atletico and Real Madrid) will meet in the final, while Real will also tie Manchester United for the most Champions League matches ever played with 200.

But, there is a much larger and more prestigious record Real Madrid are gunning for when they square off against their cross-city rivals.

Find out what the milestone is and whether it will ever be met by another European side from Jimmy Conrad, who played six years with the U.S. Men's National Team from 2005 to 2010.

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