There could also be a new nationality added to the list of winners after Portuguese international Julien Bardy picked up the Man of the Match award in Montpellier for his barn-storming back row performance.
If the Portuguese international continues to play as well as he did against Munster then he will become the first player from Portugal to play in the Heineken Cup final if he makes the match day 23.
Julien de Sousa Bardy was born in Clermont-Ferrand to Portuguese parents and has won 17 caps for the land of his father since 2008. He was one of nine different nationalities in the Clermont team in the semi-final.
While the Heineken Cup final will be new territory for Clermont, as it will be for either Saracens or Toulon who meet in the second semi-final, their lock Nathan Hines already has one winners medal in his locker from his days at Leinster in 2011.
David Skrela, who missed the semi-final through injury, will also be eyeing up his fourth final. He played in the first Heineken Cup final held in Dublin, at the old Lansdowne Road in 1999, when he came on as a replacement for Colomiers in their defeat to Ulster.
He then joined current Clermont team mate Regan King in the Stade Francais Paris side that lost in extra-time to Toulouse in Murrayfield in 2005 before breaking his duck with Toulouse in Paris in 2010.
Hooker Benjamin Kayser has also tasted the atmosphere of a Heineken Cup final, although he ended up on the losing side at Murrayfield in 2009 after coming on as a second half replacement for Leicester Tigers against Leinster.
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The Heineken Cup winners 1996-2012: Toulouse (1996, 2003, 2005, 2010), Brive (1997), Bath Rugby (1998), Ulster Rugby (1999), Northampton Saints (2000), Leicester Tigers (2001, 2002), London Wasps (2004, 2007), Munster Rugby (2006, 2008), Leinster Rugby (2009, 2011, 2012)