Live Gallery JMuseum + JStadium (2019)

Pay a visit to Juventus Museum and relive all the club’s history and triumphs. Enjoy a unique and memorable experience packed with technology, multimedia and memorabilia.In addition to the Museum visit, you will have the chance to sample the most exclusive areas of Allianz Stadium by combining the Museum ticket to the Allianz stadium tour... Continue Reading →

JUVENTUS HISTORY : 2007 – 2017

2007, Under Claudio Ranieri’s guidance, the Bianconeri came in third thus qualifying for the Champions League preliminary round. Captain Del Piero, the key man in a great season was top scorer with 21 goals, one more than his team mate Trezeguet. In the 2008/2009 season, Juventus had a difficult second part of the season and... Continue Reading →

JUVENTUS HISTORY : 2006 – 2007

Towards the end of the 2005/2006 season, the club was involved in a judicial enquiry, originating from recorded telephone calls. The matter, known as “Calciopoli” brought about major changes within the club, with the election of a new Chairman, Giovanni Cobolli Gigli and CEO, Jean-Claude Blanc. Juventus was sentenced by the sporting body to play... Continue Reading →

JUVENTUS HISTORY : 1996 – 2006

The final was played in Rome against reigning champs Ajax. It was 22 May 1996, it ended 1-1. Then came the penalties: the Bianconeri did not miss one, while Peruzzi saved two. Jugovic approached the penalty spot wearing a smile for the last kick. His smile turned into a cry of joy after a few... Continue Reading →

JUVENTUS HISTORY : 1987 – 1996

Platini leaving his career as footballer in 1987 and becoming a coach, manager and later President of UEFA in 2007. Platini’s farewell to football coincided with a reformation of the team, seeing Juventus witness a less successful period, despite other victories: in 1990 the Bianconeri won both the UEFA cup and Italian Cup. Dino Zoff... Continue Reading →

JUVENTUS HISTORY : 1973 – 1987

The Boniperti era started with a bang by winning two championships in a row, the 1971/1972 and 1972/1973 seasons. It was the beginning of a triumphant cycle which would bring the Bianconeri nine Italian Championships, their first European victory with the Uefa Cup in 1977 and the Cup Winners’ Cup in 1984. The success they... Continue Reading →

JUVENTUS HISTORY : 1947 – 1973

Juventus resumed their success after WWII. In 1947, Giovanni Agnelli, son of Edoardo, who tragically died in a plane crash in 1935, became president. The club’s most heralded champions were now Carlo Parola, Danes John Hansen and Praest and, above all Giampiero Boniperti. Cheered on by crowds of fans, they won the Italian Championship in... Continue Reading →

JUVENTUS HISTORY : 1926 – 1947

In 1925/1926 Juventus won their second national championship, following a gripping final with Bologna, beaten only in a play-off and a grand final against Alba Roma. And this was just the beginning: from 1930 to 1935 Juventus was way out in front and five consecutive national league titles arrived in Turin. The stars of the... Continue Reading →

Juventus History : 1897 – 1926

A group of friends, united by a passion for football, a special game that had recently been “imported” from England, met on a bench on Corso Re Umberto, one of the major boulevards in the centre of Turin. They had an intriguing idea: to create a sports club just for football. The boys attended Massimo... Continue Reading →

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