Juventus Football Club, simply known as Juventus or Juve, is a professional football club based in Turin, Piedmont, Italy. The club competes in Serie A, the top flight of Italian football.
Juventus FC Youth Development System
The Juventus youth set-up has been recognized as one of the best in Italy for producing young talents. While not all graduates made it to the first team, many have enjoyed successful careers in the Italian top flight. Under long-time coach Vincenzo Chiarenza, the Primavera (Under-20) squad enjoyed one of its successful periods, winning all age-group competitions from 2004 to 2006. Like Dutch club Ajax and many Premier League clubs, Juventus operates several satellite clubs and football schools outside of the country (i.e. United States, Canada, Greece, Saudi Arabia, Australia and Switzerland) and numerous camps in the local region to expand talent scouting.
The youth system is also notable for its contribution to the Italian national senior and youth teams. 1934 World Cup winner Gianpiero Combi, 1936 Gold Medal and 1938 World Cup winner Pietro Rava, Giampiero Boniperti, Roberto Bettega, 1982 World Cup hero Paolo Rossi and more recently Claudio Marchisio and Sebastian Giovinco are a number of former graduates who have gone on to make the first team and full Italy squad.
Juventus F.C. Under-23
Juventus Football Club Under-23, also known as Juventus U23 or colloquially as Juventus B, is a professional football club based in Turin, Piedmont, Italy, which acts as the reserve team of Serie A club Juventus. Juventus U23 play their home games at the Stadio Giuseppe Moccagatta in Alessandria, a comune about 100 km away from Turin.
Founded in 2018, Juventus U23 competes in Serie C, the third level of the Italian football league system. The team plays in the same professional league system as their senior team, rather than a separate league dedicated for youth teams. However, the reserve team cannot play in the same division as their senior team, currently making Juventus U23 ineligible for promotion to the Serie A. Juventus U23 has won a Coppa Italia Serie C, in 2019–20, after beating Ternana in the final.
For more information on the Under-23 reserve team, please click here.
Juventus F.C. UNDER 19
The Juventus Berretti Squad is the Juventus football team composed by Under 19 footballers. According to Italian Football’s hierarchy, it’s before to the ‘Allievi’ squads. The team currently competes in the Italian “Dante Berretti” Championship and they have the third most titles in that youth competition join to Fiorentina and Internazionale.
Juventus are also the join record holders -with Internazionale- for the number of Carlin’s Boys International Tournament titles won (6), one of the most prestigious U-19 championships in the world recognized by FIFA and the oldest official youth championship organized in the Italian territory. Juventus reached the San Remo Tournament final eleven times, which is more than any other club.
For more information on the Under-19 reserve team, please click here.
Juventus F.C. Youth Teams
The ‘Allievi’ squad is the Juventus football team consists for three age-group teams addressed to U-15, U-16, and U-17 footballers. According to Italian Football’s hierarchy, it’s before to the ‘Giovanissimi’ squads.
The ‘Giovanissimi’ squad is the Juventus football team consists for three age-group teams addressed to U-12, U-13, and U-14 footballers. According to Italian Football’s hierarchy, it’s before to the ‘Esordienti’ squads.
The Juventus ‘Esordienti’ Squad is the Juventus football team addressed to U-10 and U-11 year-old boys. This category is part, join to the ‘Pulcini’ Squad, of the soccer school (called in Italy scuola di calcio) and comprise two age-group teams ranging from Under-13’s (on reduced and prescribed fields). Each year the ‘Esordienti’ squad competes in U-13 championships organized by the FIGC Scholastic & Youth Sector.
The Juventus ‘Pulcini’ Squad is the Juventus football team addressed to U-7, U-8 and U-9 year-old boys. This category is part, join to the ‘Esordienti’ Squad, of the soccer school (called in Italy scuola di calcio) and comprise three age-group teams ranging from Under-11’s (composed by 5; 7 and 9 players). Each year the ‘Pulcini’ squad competes in U-11 championships organized by the FIGC Scholastic & Youth Sector.
For more information on the youth teams, please click here.
Juventus FC Academy
The Juventus Academy project was created to bring Juventus colors, methods and values all over the world and to as many young people as possible. Present in over 50 countries and on all continents, it offers both the teaching and development of football skills and educational training, accompanying young players in their growth, from introduction to the game until maturity, not exclusively sports. All programs are available regardless of the level of the participants and the activities are based on respect for their psychophysical well-being. Fun is at the center of all the proposed activities.
WHAT IS MEANT BY JUVENTUS WAY?
Following our philosophy, we aim to train the athlete through an overall vision that combines the technical and mental, emotional and relational aspects. A methodology that we can summarize in five points:
The will to command and lead the game: the pleasure of maintaining ball possession, the ability to manage the game and its timing with ease, the development of a team mentality devoted to resourcefulness and common sacrifice are fundamental.
Through specific exercises of technique in movement, we aim at perfecting the football gesture: from transmission to control, from searching for space to fast running to mastery in the domain of the ball.
When we talk about tactical skills, we mean both individual and team “skills”. These skills are trained with exercises that, alternately during the week, research the principles of the game. And by game principles we mean the construction, management and maintenance of possession, finishing and finalizing, the defensive phase. The methodology uses simple and complex situational training methods, positional games, possession exercises and themed matches.
The goal is to train an athlete ready to make effective decisions, even in difficult and changing contexts. In other words, the development of a “Fast Thinking”, the basis for best adapting to all the situations and mutations that a game presents.
Sacrifice, courage, collaboration: these are the values that our athletes must share, developing the concept of belonging and team. These are the values at the base not only of the players’ work, but also of those who constantly follow them and accompany them in their growth, on and off the pitch.
JUVENTUS MEANS YOUTH
The history of Juve speaks for itself: 119 years of triumphs that have made the Juventus jersey legendary and an audience of millions of fans all over the world. It is no coincidence that “Juventus” means “Youth”: founded by young people, always carried out by young people, Juventus blends historical heritage with avant-garde objectives in a teaching method that intends to transmit values that go beyond the playing field . In Juventus, the past and the future are inseparable, just like the “white that embraces black” on our shirts.
The method includes both the teaching and development of football skills and educational training, thus leading children to become young boys, starting from the introduction to the game up to maturity, not just physical. Starting from the recreational and creative aspect of the game of football, the players are involved in activities designed with the aim of favoring their development in the round, in a safe and secure environment. The activities are based on respecting the physical and mental well-being of young people in order to make them independent. This project was born to bring Juventus colors, method and values all over the world and to as many boys and girls as possible, with the following objectives:
- HAVE FUN, ENTERTAIN AND SHARE
- PROMOTE SELF-CONFIDENCE AND FAIR PLAY
- LEARN TO WIN AND LOSE WITH EQUAL DIGNITY
The future is therefore represented by young people: this is why the J | Academy project is fundamental. The philosophy behind our proposal for young people is based on combining the methodological and more purely “field” side with the growth of the individual as a person. Our goal is to help children to bring out the best in themselves and we are sure that sport and football in particular are fundamental to convey educational values.
RESPECT, SPIRIT, EDUCATION
At the basis of our project are respect for teamwork, the spirit of sacrifice, education: an educated child, encouraged to act responsibly, will be a future adult ready to enter the world of work and move in the best way within the company. Always, obviously, with a view to respect for others. In one assumption: to grow people, before players. The J | Academy project is open to young people aged 5 to 17, regardless of their level of play, who want to wear the Juventus jersey, in a less demanding and selective context than that of the Youth Sector, but on the basis of the same values.
Juventus FC THE ACADEMY PROGRAMS
Juventus FC SUMMER CAMP
Juventus Summer Camps are back to make your summer unforgettable.
The project does not stop. A different way, more locations (in different Italian cities), the same fun.
Wear the official first team shirt and train with Juventus coaches for a return to the pitch as a protagonist. Improve your skills through games, competitions and challenges.
Make it real.
For more information or to sign-up, please click here.
Juventus FC YEAR-ROUND TRAINING
Juventus Academy Year-Round Training is the annual training program to play in black and white 365 days a year and develop their skills, adopting the Juventus technical and sporting methods proposed according to the age of the players, the context and the location where the training takes place.
From America to Australia, from Africa to Asia and of course in Europe, there are over 60 Juventus Academies in which the participants undertake every day wearing the Club colors.
For more information on year-round training, please click here.
Juventus FC TRAINING CAMPS
Juventus Academy Training Camp is the training program that brings all the emotions of a Juventus experience beyond the Italian borders. The opportunity? Make new friends and improve your football level in a stimulating and engaging environment always in fantastic locations.
For more information on training camps, please click here.
Juventus FC TRAINING EXPERIENCE
Are you ready to enjoy your Juventus Training Experience? Each Juventus Training Experience is organized together with the Juventus Academy team based on the needs of the group taking part in it.
Different packages can be organized for all groups who want to live a Juventus experience and experience the training methods that only one of the most important clubs in the world can offer.
Juventus FC TRAINING SESSION
Juventus Training Session is the activity that brings the Juventus teaching methods to exclusive holiday resorts through intensive training sessions to be able to train in black and white even during the summer.
The Juventus Training Sessions take place in some of the most exclusive locations in Italy allowing you to experience a unique holiday based on sun, fun and lots of football. A team of Juventus Academy technicians manages the field activities in all Training Sessions, thus guaranteeing the constant quality of the Juventus Academy project.
To learn more about training session programs, please click here.
Juventus FC ACADEMY WORLD CUP
Juventus Academy World Cup has become the most important annual event of the Juventus Academy project. To date, this tournament has been organized on two occasions, in 2018 and 2019, allowing thousands of people from all over the world to be in the Juventus capital to live a unique experience.
ACADEMY WORLD CUP 2019
85 teams from 28 nations participated, with a total of 1,004 players and 504 companions in attendance. During the week 320 games were played in the various facilities, including the semi-finals of the tournament at the Juventus Training Center – Continassa and the finals of the tournament at the Allianz Stadium. The Juventus Academy of Torun (Poland) for the U12 category and of Romania for the U10 category were the winning teams of this edition.
ACADEMY WORLD CUP 2018
It was the first edition and saw 32 teams from 16 nations participate. 400 players and 280 companions took part in a week full of emotions that ended with the Juventus Academy of Tunisia as the winner of the tournament in the finals played at the Juventus Training Center in Vinovo.
To learn more about the academy world cup, please click here.
Juventus FC Full Academy Map
Juventus FC – United States
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Silicon Valley (California)|
1200 Roosevelt Ave, Redwood City, CA 94061, USA
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Los Angeles (California)|
Los Angeles, California 90095, USA
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||San Antonio (Texas)|
6470 Low Bid Ln, San Antonio, TX 78250, USA
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Dallas (Texas)|
300 Rivercrest Blvd, Allen, TX 75002, USA
|Juventus Training Camp||Houston (Texas)|
3700 S Mason Rd, Katy, Texas, USA
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Houston (Texas)|
3700 S Mason Rd, Katy, TX 77450, USA
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Miami (Florida)|
301 SW 8th St, Miami, FL 33130, USA
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Saint Louis|
49 Lawrence Street, Saint Charles, MO 63301
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Decatur (Illinois)|
1 Educational Park Decatur, IL 62526, USA
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Washington (DC)|
8821 River Rd, Bethesda, MD 20817, USA
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Milwaukee (Wisconsin)|
700 W Lexington Blvd, Glendale, WI 53217, USA
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Hoboken (New Jersey)|
Sinatra Park Soccer Field, Hoboken, NJ 07030, USA
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||New York (New York)|
21 Central Rd, New York, NY 10035, USA
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Boston (Massachusetts)|
26 E Main St, Norton, MA 02766, USA
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Boston (Massachusetts)|
26 E Main St, Norton, MA 02766, EE. UU (Wheaton College Soccer Field), USA
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Rochester (New York)|
373 N Greece Rd, Hilton, NY 14468, USA
Juventus FC – Canada
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Toronto (Ontario)|
601 Cityview Blvd. Vaughan, Ontario L4H 0T1
Juventus FC – Mexico
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Guadalajara (Mexico)|
Av Vallarta Eje Poniente 9997, Rinconada del Bosque, Zapopan, Jal., Mexico
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Metepec|
Calle Guadalupe Victoria 351, San Francisco Coaxusco, 52158 Metepec, Méx., Mexico
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Mexico City (Mexico)|
Bosque de la Luz 5, La Herradura, 52784 Naucalpan de Juárez, Mexico
Juventus FC – Dominican Republic
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic)|
Ashton Sport Complex- Avenida Presidente Antonio Guzmán Fernández, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Juventus FC – Puerto Rico
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||San Juan (Puerto Rico)|
14, 2534 Av. Universidad Ste. 1401, San Juan, 00925, Puerto Rico
Juventus FC – Guatemala
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Guatemala City (Guatemala)|
12 calle y boulevard Acatan, Guatemala
Juventus FC – Costa Rica
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||San José (Costa Rica)|
Sabana Sur, San José Province, San José, Costa Rica
Juventus FC – Colombia
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Bogotá (Colombia)|
Cl. 192 ## 9-79, Bogotá, Colombia
Juventus FC – Peru
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Lima (Peru)|
Depor Plaza Costa Verde, Magdalena del Mar 15076, Peru
|+51 992 923 760|
Juventus FC – Chile
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Santiago de Chile (Chile)|
Av. La Dehesa 2245, Lo Barnechea, Región Metropolitana, Chile
Juventus FC – Paraguay
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Asunción (Paraguay)|
José Ribera, Nuestra Señora Santa María de la Asunción, Paraguay
|+595 21 205 204|
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Encarnación (Paraguay)|
Awa Resort Hotel, Tajy, Encarnación, Paraguay
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Ciudad del Este (Paraguay)|
Gran Nobile Hotel & Convention, Ciudad del Este, Paraguay
|+595 61 578 578|
Juventus FC – Argentina
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Mar del Plata (Argentina)|
Lucio Mansilla 5410, B7605GNH Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Juventus FC – Nigeria
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Lekki (Nigeria)|
Alma Beach Estate, Meadow Hall Way, Lekki Penninsula II, Lekki, Nigeria
Juventus FC – Morocco
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Marrakech (Morocco)|
24117 barid bank Al Fadl Marrakech, 40000, Morocco
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Casablanca (Morocco)|
Boulevard de la Corniche, Casablanca 20100, Morocco
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Rabat (Morocco)|
75 R401, Rabat, Morocco
Juventus FC – Egypt
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Cairo (Egypt)|
Km. 38 Alexandria Desert Rd, Al Sheikh Zayed, Giza Governorate, Egypt
|+20 2 38270300|
Juventus FC – Tunisia
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Tunis (Tunisia)|
El Menzah 1, Tunis, Tunisia
Juventus FC – Malta
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Pembroke (Malta)|
Triq Falaise, Pembroke, Malta
Juventus FC – Spain
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Lloret De Mar (Spain)|
Av. Del Rieral, 28, 17310 Lloret de Mar, Girona, Spain
|+34 972 36 75 12|
Juventus FC – France
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Marseille (France)|
Stade Michel HIDALGO, Boulevard Charles de Gaulle – 13730 Saint Victoret
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Nice (France)|
La Lauvette, 06340 Nice, France
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Paris (France)|
Stade Municipal du Bois Barrais, Rue de Conflans, 95370 Montigny-lès-Cormeilles, France
Juventus FC – England
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||London|
Capital City Academy Doyle Gardens, Willesden, London, NW10 3ST
Juventus FC – Scotland
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Glasgow (Scotland)|
West of Scotland Science Park, Maryhill Rd, Glasgow G20 0SP, Scotland
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Edinburgh (Scotland)|
Laurie Liddell Clubhouse, Peffermill Rd, Edinburgh EH16 5LL, Scotland
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Stirling (Scotland)|
Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Aberdeen (Scotland)|
Jim Glennie Park, Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire, AB39 3XY, Scotland
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Stoneheaven (Scotland)|
Stonehaven AB39 3XY, Scotland
Juventus FC – Ireland
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Dublin (Ireland)|
Milltown Rd, Rathmines, Dublin 6, Ireland
|+353 1 497 7571|
Juventus FC – Belgium
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Liège (Belgium)|
Rue Nicolas Spiroux 75, 4030 Liège, Belgium
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Shape (Belgium)|
Rue Grande, 7010 Mons, Belgium
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Brussels (Belgium)|
Bourgetlaan 44, 1130 Brussel, Belgium
Juventus FC – Switzerland
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Collège du Léman International School (Suisse)|
Route de Sauverny 74, 1290 Versoix, Suisse
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Villeneuve (Suisse)|
Route de la Tronchenaz, 1844 Villeneuve, Suisse
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Birr (Szhweiz)|
Eigenämterstrasse, 5242 Birr, Schweiz
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Zurich (Schweiz)|
Ochsenrainstrasse 21, 8800 Thalwil, Schweiz
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Bellinzona (Switzerland)|
Via Francesco Chiesa 2, 6500 Bellinzona, Switzerland
Juventus FC – Holland
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||The Netherlands (Nederland)|
Esdoornlaan 75, 1521 EC Wormerveer, Nederland
Juventus FC – Czech Republic
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Czech Republic|
hřiště 1. FC Líbeznice, Na Chrupavce 973, 250 65 Líbeznice
Juventus FC – Croatia
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Split (Croatia)|
Ul. Matice Hrvatske, 21204, Dugopolje, Croatia
Juventus FC – Albania
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Tiranë (Albania)|
Liqeni Thatë, Tiranë, Albania
Juventus FC – Serbia
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Vitia (Kosovo)|
Stadiums i Qytetit KF Vitia, Kosovo
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Prishtinë (Kosovo)|
Toni Bleri, Prishtinë, Kosovo
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Kladovo (Serbia)|
Teren vestacka trava, mali fudbal i kosarka, Kladovo, Serbia
Juventus FC – Bulgaria
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Sofia (Bulgaria)|
Poduyane district 20 Botevgradsko shoes ent. B fl. 8 apt. 47, Sofia, Bulgaria
Juventus FC – Hungary
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Budapest (Hungary)|
Gödöllő, Táncsics Mihály út 5, 2100 Hungary
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Vác (Hungary)|
Vác, Damjanich tér 7, 2600 Hungary
Juventus FC – Slovakia
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Slovenský Grob (Slovakia)|
Pri štadióne, 900 26 Slovenský Grob, Slovakia
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Kosice (Slovakia)|
Galaktická 2226/9, 040 12 Nad jazerom, Slovakia
Juventus FC – Poland
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Rzeszów (Polska)|
Stefana Starzyńskiego 17, 35-509 Rzeszów, Polska
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Piekary Śląskie (Polska)|
Olimpijska 3, 41-943 Piekary Śląskie, Polska
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Wroclaw (Poland)|
Szyszkowa 6, 55-040 Ślęza, Polska
|+48 71 313 11 11|
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Legnica (Polska)|
Hangarowa, 59-220 Legnica, Polska
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Warszawa (Poland)|
Sobieskiego 68, 02-930 Warszawa, Polska
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Toruń (Polska)|
Szosa Chełmińska 75, 87-100 Toruń, Polska
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Bydgoszcz (Polska)|
Puszczykowa 11, 85-446 Bydgoszcz, Polska
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Gdańsk (Polska)|
Janusza Meissnera 5, 80-462 Gdańsk, Polska
Juventus FC – Turkey
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||İstanbul (Turkiye)|
Yenibosna Merkez Mah. 29 Ekim Cad. Vizyonpark Sit. B Block B2 Apt. No 9/803 Bahcelievler / Istanbul
Juventus FC – Greece
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Athens (Greece)|
Kato Viglas, Pallini 153 51, Greece
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Athens (Greece)|
Kato Viglas, Παλλήνη-Αττικής 153 51, Greece
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Crete (Greece)|
Zoodochou Pigis, Malia 700 07, Greece
|+30 2897 034114|
Juventus FC – Cyprus
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Limassol (Cyprus)|
April 1st 275, Limassol, Cyprus
Juventus FC – Russia
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Rostov-on-Don (Russia)|
Prospekt Kommunisticheskiy, 36/3
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Moscow (Russia)|
Druzhinnikovskaya Ulitsa 18, Moscow, Russia 123242
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Sankt-Peterburg (Russia)|
Grazhdanskiy Prospekt, 100, Sankt-Peterburg, Russia, 195265
Juventus FC – Sweden
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Stockholm (Sweden)|
Olovslunds Bp 1, Gustav III: s väg 51, 167 73 Stockholm, Sweeden
Juventus FC – Estonia
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Tallinn (Estonia)|
Tuulenurga 1, Pirita, 12011 Harju maakond, Estonia
Juventus FC – Kazakhstan
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Almaty (Kazakhstan)|
Brusilovskiy St 134, Almaty 050000, Kazakhstan
Juventus FC – Uzbekistan
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Tashkent (Uzbekistan)|
17 Little Ring Road, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Juventus FC – Saudi Arabia
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Jeddah (Saudi Arabia)|
Al Amal, Al Naeem, Jeddah 23526, Saudi Arabia
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||KAEC (Saudi Arabia)|
3758 طريق البحر الأحمر ، حي المروج ، 7556 ، مدينة الملك عبد الله الاقتصادية 23981
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Dammam, ISG (Saudi Arabia)|
8922, Saudi Arabia, جامعة الملك فهد للبترول والمعادن ، الظهران 34464, Saudi Arabia
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Dammam (Saudi Arabia)|
Sports City Drive, المدينة الرياضية ، الخبر 34233, Saudi Arabia
Juventus FC – Oman
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Muscat (Oman)|
شارع العاديات, Sib, Oman
Juventus FC – Bahrain
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Manama (Bahrain)|
Avenue 35, Saar, Bahrain
Juventus FC – United Arab Emirates
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||RAK (UAE)|
Marjan Island Resort & Spa – Marjan Island Blvd – Ras al Khaimah – EUA
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Dubai (UAE)|
Jumeirah Lake Towers – دبي – EUA
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Abu Dhabi (UAE)|
Near Khalifa City A – Abu Dhabi – UAE
Juventus FC – Kuwait
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Kuwait City (Kuwait)|
Block 5, Abdullah Al Mubarak Al Sabah, Kuwait
Juventus FC – Thailand
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Bangkok (Thailand)|
63 Soccer Pro Soi Bangna-Trad 23 Bangna, Bang Na, Bangkok 10260, Thailand
Juventus FC – Vietnam
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Hồ Chí Minh (Vietnam)|
8 Nguyễn Ư Dĩ, Thảo Điền, Quận 2, Hồ Chí Minh, Vietnam
Juventus FC – China
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Zhuhai (China)|
Unnamed Road, Xiangzhou Qu, Zhuhai Shi, Guangdong Sheng, China
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Meishan (China)|
1 Changrong Rd, Wuhou Qu, Chengdu Shi, Sichuan Sheng, China
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Nanjing (China)|
222 Jiangdong Middle Rd, Jianye Qu, Nanjing Shi, Jiangsu Sheng, China
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Suzhou (China)|
No. 485 Chanxu road, Gusu district, Suzhou, China
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Shanghai (China)|
上海市 闵行区 吴中路 2088 号 / 2088 WuZhong Road, Minhang District
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Tianjin (China)|
Yongyang W Rd, Wuqing Qu, Tianjin Shi, China
Juventus FC – Japan
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Tokyo (Japan)|
Japan, 〒150-0041 Tōkyō-to, Shibuya City, Jinnan, 1-chōme − 9, 神 南 1-9-5 グ リ ー ン ビ ル Ⅱ 1F
Juventus FC – Australia
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Perth (Australia)|
Walton Way, Beaconsfield WA 6162, Australia
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Melbourne (Australia)|
128-152 Furlong Rd, St Albans VIC 3021, Australia
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Gold Coast (Australia)|
Somerset Dr, Mudgeeraba QLD 4213, Australia
|JUVENTUS TRAINING CAMP||Sydney (Australia)|
2 Underwood Rd, Homebush NSW 2140, New South Wales, Australia
|JUVENTUS YEAR ROUND TRAINING||Sydney (Australia)|
Underwood Rd, Homebush NSW 2140, Australia
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Juventus FC History
It is the second oldest of its kind still active in the country after Genoa’s football section (1893) and has competed uninterruptedly in the top flight league (reformulated as Serie A from 1929) since its debut in 1900 after changing its name to Foot-Ball Club Juventus, with the exception of the 2006–07 season, being managed by the industrial Agnelli family almost continuously since 1923. The club was originally founded with the name Sport-Club Juventus, initially as an athletics club.
Juventus is one of the first professional sporting clubs ante litteram in the country, having established itself as a major force in the national stage since the 1930s and at confederation level since the mid-1970s, and becoming one of the first ten wealthiest in world football in terms of value, revenue, and profit since the mid-1990s, and being listed on the Borsa italiana si. The relationship between the club and that dynasty is the oldest and longest in national sports. The club became the first to win all three seasonal competitions organized by the Union of European Football Associations while Giovanni Trapattoni was the manager.
These titles include the 1976–1977 UEFA Cup (first Southern European side to do so), the 1983–1984 Cup Winners’ Cup, and the 1984–1985 European Champions’ Cup. In the ten years prior to 1986, the club won a total of 13 trophies, including six league titles and five international titles. An accomplishment that they revalidated with the title won in the 1999 UEFA Intertoto Cup after another successful era led by Marcello Lippi, becoming the only professional Italian club to have won every ongoing honor available to the first team and organized by a nation.
With consecutive victories in the 1984 European Super Cup and the 1985 Intercontinental Cup, it became the first and thus far only in the world to complete a clean sweep of all confederation trophies. In December of 2000, Juventus was ranked seventh in the historic ranking of the best clubs in the world by FIFA. Nine years later, in December of 2009, Juventus was ranked second best club in Europe during the 20th Century based on a statistical study series by the International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS), the highest for an Italian club in both rankings. Juventus was also ranked seventh in the historic ranking of the best clubs in the world by FIFA.
The fan base of the club is the largest at the national level and is among the largest anywhere in the globe. It is widespread throughout the entire country and the Italian diaspora, which makes Juventus a symbol of anticampanilismo (“anti-parochialism”) and italianità. In contrast to most European sporting supporters’ groups, which are often concentrated around their own club’s city of origin, it is widespread throughout the whole country and the Italian diaspora (“Italianness”).
They have also won four FIFA World Player of the Year awards, with winners such as Roberto Baggio and Zinedine Zidane, a national record and third and joint se. Juventus players have won eight Ballon d’Or awards, four of these in consecutive years (1982–1985, an overall record), among these the first player representing Serie A, Omar Svori, as well as Michel Platini and three of the five recipients with Italian nationality as the former member of the youth sector Paolo Rossi In addition, players who have represented the club have won a record-breaking 11 Serie A Footballer of the Year awards, including Gianluigi Buffon, who is the only goalkeeper to have ever won the award.
Furthermore, 17 different players have been inducted into the Serie A Team of the Year, which is also a record. Last but not least, the club has also contributed the greatest number of players to the Italy national team, the majority of whom have participated in official competitions almost continuously since 1924. These players frequently formed the core of the group that guided the Azzurri squad to victory on the international stage, most notably in the 1934, 1982, and 2006 FIFA World Cups.
The Juventus Stadium, also known for sponsorship reasons as the Allianz Stadium since July 2017, and sometimes simply known in Italy as the Stadium (Italian: Lo Stadium), is an all-seater football stadium located in the Vallette borough of Turin, Italy, and serves as the club’s home field.
Juventus F.C. plays their home games there. It is one of only four club-owned football stadiums in Serie A, along with Sassuolo’s Mapei Stadium, Udinese’s Stadio Friuli, and Atalanta B.C.’s Gewiss Stadium. The stadium was erected on the site of the previous home of Juventus and Torino, the Stadio delle Alpi. It was opened for business at the beginning of the 2011–12 season, and it can accommodate slightly more than 41,000 spectators.
On September 8, 2011, Juventus played the inaugural match in the stadium against Notts County in a friendly that ended 1–1. Luca Toni scored the first goal of the match for Juventus. Notts County is the world’s oldest professional football club.
Three days later, on the fourth, the first competitive match was played, and it was against Parma. In the 16th minute of that match, Stephan Lichtsteiner scored the stadium’s first goal in a competitive match. At the Juventus Stadium, Juventus only suffered three defeats in the first one hundred matches they played in the Italian top-level league.
Since the 1920s, the official crest of Juventus has been updated on multiple occasions with a variety of subtle changes. The previous alteration to the Juventus symbol took place in 2004, when the insignia of the team was changed to a black-and-white oval shield of the sort used by Italian ecclesiastics. Since then, the Juventus badge has not been altered again.
It is segmented into five vertical stripes: two white stripes and three black stripes, inside of which are the following components, while in its upper section the name of the society is overlaid on a white convex area, above golden curvature (gold for honour). A black antique French shield has a white silhouette of a charging bull overlaid on top of it in the lower section of the oval shield. The charging bull is the sign of the comune of Turin, and the silhouette of the bull is white.
Above the bottom point of the black spherical triangle, there is also a silhouette of a mural crown drawn in black. This is a remembrance of Augusta Tourinorum, an ancient city that existed during the Roman Empire. The current capital of the Piedmont area is the cultural inheritance of Augusta Tourinorum.
The most recent alteration to the Juventus badge was revealed by the club’s president, Andrea Agnelli, in January of 2017, along with the release of a film demonstrating the transition to the new design. The word “Juventus” is displayed at the top of the badge, and below it are two capital Js displayed together in different typefaces with a slight hole between them to almost produce a bigger J. Agnelli has stated that the crest is representative of “the Juventus way of living.”
The Italian club Juventus was the first team in the history of association football to use a star. They added a star above their badge in 1958 to commemorate winning their tenth Italian Football Championship and Serie A title. Since then, other clubs have followed Juventus’ lead and adopted stars as part of their crests.
Since the 27th of June in 1967, Juventus Football Club has been a società per azioni (S.p.A.), and since the 3rd of December in 2001, the Turin-based club has been listed on the Borsa Italiana (Italian stock exchange). As of the 31st of December in 2015, the shares of Juventus were distributed as follows: 63.8 percent to EXOR N.V., the holding of the Agnelli family (which is a firm owned by Giovanni Agnelli, the founder of FIAT), 5.0 percent to Lindsell Train Ltd., and 31.2 percent to other owners. (<2.0 percent) Lindsell Train Ltd. increased its share as of the 5th of July, 2016, to 10 percent, and then Exor S.p.A. decreased to 60.0 percent.