In the bustling streets of Turin, the soccer spirit runs high, and the proud chants of ‘Juventus F.C.’ echo far and wide. Founded in 1897, Juventus is a team steeped in history and tradition, like a perfectly aged Italian wine. Their name, meaning ‘youth’ in Latin, may seem ironic given their 126 years in Serie A, the top tier of Italian football. Yet, with 36 league titles, 14 Coppa Italia wins, and two Champions League triumphs, they’ve demonstrated a perpetual youthful vigor on the pitch. Their iconic black and white striped jerseys have become a symbol of Italian football prowess, earning them the nickname “La Vecchia Signora” or “The Old Lady.”

October 01
04:00 pm
October 01, Sun, 04:00 pm
Gewiss Stadium - Bergamo
October 07
05:00 pm
October 07, Sat, 05:00 pm
Allianz Arena (Juventus Stadium) - Turin
October 22
06:45 pm
October 22, Sun, 06:45 pm
San Siro - Milan
October 28
01:00 pm
October 28, Sat, 01:00 pm
Allianz Arena (Juventus Stadium) - Turin
November 05
07:45 pm
November 05, Sun, 07:45 pm
Artemio Franchi Stadium - Florence
November 11
02:00 pm
November 11, Sat, 02:00 pm
Allianz Arena (Juventus Stadium) - Turin
November 25
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November 25, Sat, 02:00 pm
Allianz Arena (Juventus Stadium) - Turin
December 02
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December 02, Sat, 02:00 pm
Stadio Brianteo - Monza
December 09
02:00 pm
December 09, Sat, 02:00 pm
Allianz Arena (Juventus Stadium) - Turin
December 16
02:00 pm
December 16, Sat, 02:00 pm
Stadio Comunale Luigi Ferraris - Genoa

Parade of Legends

Juventus’s roster over the years is a testament to their commitment to excellence. Alessandro Del Piero, known for his technical skills, played for Juventus for 19 years before moving to Sydney FC in Australia. He holds the record for the most goals scored for Juventus, a testament to his uncanny knack for finding the net.

Then there’s Gianluigi Buffon, arguably one of the greatest goalkeepers in football history. Buffon spent most of his storied career with Juventus, his acrobatic saves becoming the stuff of legend before he made a brief stint with Paris Saint-Germain.

And, of course, the mighty Cristiano Ronaldo, who, after lighting up the Premier League with Manchester United and La Liga with Real Madrid, brought his goal-scoring prowess to Turin. His stay with Juventus added another layer of prestige to the club’s international reputation.

Clash of Titans

Juventus’s rivalries are just as compelling as their player history. The Derby d’Italia, Juventus vs. Inter Milan, is one of the most hotly contested fixtures in Serie A. The fierce rivalry stems from a disputed title in the 2005-06 season and has intensified over time. Internationally, Juventus has had memorable bouts with teams like Barcelona and Manchester United in the Champions League, creating suspense-filled matches etched in the annals of soccer history.

Allianz Stadium: Home of the Old Lady

Juventus’s battles, victories, and soul reside in the Allianz Stadium, a state-of-the-art soccer coliseum. It’s not just a ground but a soccer sanctuary where every seat offers an intimate view of the action. For a true ‘Curva Sud’ experience, filled with die-hard supporters and relentless chanting, seats in sections 114-116 should be your goal. These tickets typically range from €55-€75.

For a more luxurious experience, the ‘Tribuna Est’ provides a panoramic view of the entire stadium. The tickets are priced at a higher range, around €110-€160, but the plush comfort and an exclusive view make it worth every penny.

The ‘J’ Experience

Visiting the Allianz Stadium is more than just watching a match; it’s a lifetime experience. From a museum tour that walks you through the illustrious history of the club to the Juventus megastore filled with exciting merchandise, every corner breathes Juventus. And who knows, you might even catch a glimpse of the next legendary player wearing black and white stripes.

Embarking on a journey with Juventus is like opening a treasure chest of soccer history. From legendary players to rivalries that have thrilled for decades, there’s something for every soccer lover. And as the iconic black and white stripes march on, you can be sure Juventus will continue to write captivating chapters in the grand book of soccer.

The End is not the End

  • Unique Logo: In 2017, Juventus redesigned its logo to a minimalist design that deviated significantly from traditional soccer crest designs. This modern ‘J’ symbol, while initially controversial among fans, represents a desire to extend the Juventus brand beyond just soccer and into the wider world of entertainment.
  • First Club to Win all Confederation Competitions: Juventus holds the unique distinction of being the first club in football history to win all possible Confederation competitions and the world title, recognized by FIFA.
  • Strong Defensive Tradition: Juventus has long been recognized for its defensive prowess. This is reflected in the number of legendary defenders who have worn the black and white stripes, including the likes of Gaetano Scirea, Claudio Gentile, and more recently, Giorgio Chiellini.
  • Club Mascot: Juventus has an official mascot named J. This zebra character, introduced in 2015, is a hit with younger fans and can often be seen cheering along at games.
  • Player Development: Juventus has a strong history of developing young players through their youth academy, known as the ‘Primavera.’ Notable alumni of the Primavera include Claudio Archisio and Paolo Rossi.
  • Famous Coaches: Juventus has been managed by some of the most well-respected coaches in soccer. Notable figures include Marcello Lippi, who guided the team to numerous league titles and a Champions League victory, and more recently, Massimiliano Allegri, who continued the tradition of success in domestic competitions.