Club Profile

Juventus FC

The winningest club in Italian football, Juventus’ 36 league crowns are almost double that of the next highest club total (both AC Milan and Inter Milan have 19). The squad also holds records with 14 Coppa Italia and nine Supercoppa titles.

LOCATION: Turin, Italy


NICKNAMES: While the name Juventus comes from the Italian word for youth, the club’s most common nickname is Vecchia Signora, or “Old Lady.” They are also called I Bianconeri (The White and Black) for their uniforms.


The club was founded in 1897, and is the second oldest club in Italy (Genoa started in 1893). Since the inception of Serie A in 1929, Juventus have played only one season below the top tier (more on that in a moment). The Agnelli family, founders of Fiat Autos, have been the majority owners since 1923. After winning back-to-back league titles in…


Juventus is not the only Italian club located in Turin; Torino FC is located less than four miles away and also plays in Serie A. The rivalry dates back to 1906, and their games are called the Derby della Mole — the Mole being a famous architectural landmark in the city. Torino was founded by break-away Juventus players and staff. Many…

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Sometimes just known in Italy as the Stadium, Juventus Stadium (with sponsorship rights it’s now known as Allianz Stadium), opened in the fall of 2011. It was the first club-owned modern football venue in Italy when it opened. With a capacity of 41,507, the stadium has hosted the 2014 Europa League final and the 2021 Nations League final….

Going to a Game at Juventus

GETTING THERE: You can find directions to Allianz Stadium here. PUBS & GRUB: Coming soon! AROUND TOWN: Juventus is located in Turin, Italy, in the north of the country on the Po River. It is surrounded by the western Alpine arch, the highest and most extensive mountain range system that lies entirely in Europe. Turin is estimated to have a…

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The club sells tickets directly on their website. Groundhopper Soccer Guides also sells tickets and hospitality to Juventus home games at Allianz Stadium. Learn more about the options we offer.

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More About Juventus FC

Juventus is the best-supported club in Italy, and one of the most supported in the world, as their reach goes far beyond the region they play in.

Fans of Italian football are well aware of Juventus’ famed 3-5-2 formation (two attackers, five in the midfield and a three-man back line). While they have employed such offensive firepower as Ronaldo, Alessandro Del Piero, and Roberto Baggio, Juventus are known in Italy as being a very successful defensive team.

There is an interesting Juventus connection with English club Notts County: Juventus derived its famous black-and-white striped kits from Notts County. Juventus wore pink before 1903, but when they were looking for a new color, they asked an Englishman on staff to look into it. He sent word home to Nottingham, the black-and-white shirts of County came back, and Juventus have worn those colors since 1903.

To honor this connection, Notts County — then in the third tier of English football, and now in the fifth — were the very first opponent at Juventus’ new stadium in 2011. They drew, 1-1, with 200 County fans making the trip.

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