Both Toulouse and Biarritz Olympique will be hoping to enter the record books this weekend when they go looking for glory in the 15th Heineken Cup Final.
Toulouse are aiming to secure their fourth European crown - a feat that no other side could match for at least another two seasons - while Biarritz intend to break their own Heineken Cup duck by becoming the 10th side to be crowned Kings of the Continent.
Guy Noves' star-studded side already lead the way when it comes to Heineken Cup titles, having claimed a hat-trick of successes in 1996, 2003 and 2005.
In contrast, Biarritz are yet to triumph on Europe's biggest stage, despite being ranked fifth in the ERC standings thanks to a series of consistent performances over recent years.
Both sides have lost once in the European Final, with Toulouse slipping to a 27-20 defeat to London Wasps at Twickenham in 2007 and Biarrtitz falling just short against Munster in Cardiff four years ago.
Whichever side comes out on top on Saturday, France is guaranteed their first winner in five years and their fifth overall.
With just 48 hours until the place in Paris Final, we thought we'd take a look at a few other Heineken Cup records as European club rugby prepares for its biggest day of the year.
HEINEKEN CUP FINAL RECORDS
Most points in a match
30 - Diego Dominguez STADE FRANÇAIS PARIS v Leicester Tigers 00/01
Most tries in a match
2 - Sebastien Carrat BRIVE v Bath 97/98, Leon Lloyd Stade Français v LEICESTER 00/01
Most penalty goals in a match
9 - Diego Dominguez STADE FRANÇAIS v Leicester 00/01
Most conversions in a match
3 - Mark van Gisbergen LONDON WASPS v Toulouse 03/04
Most dropped goals in a match
1 - Eleven players
Most matchday squad selections
5 - Cedric Heymans (Brive 96/97, Toulouse 02/03, 03/04, 04/05, 07/08)
4 - Yannick Jauzion, William Servat, Jean-Baptiste Poux, Fabien Pelous, Jean Bouilhou
(Toulouse 02/03, 03/04, 04/05, 07/08),
Ronan O'Gara, John Hayes, David Wallace (Munster 99/00, 01/02, 05/06, 07/08)
Geordan Murphy, Ben Kay (Leicester Tigers 00/01, 01/02, 06/07, 08/09)
Finals Edition: Listen to the best guide to the European Rugby Cup Finals weekend in Dublin, which sees Leinster Rugby take on Stade Francais Paris at the RDS on Friday night in the Amlin Challenge Cup Final and then ASM Clermont Auvergne tackle Toulon in an all-French affair at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday.