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Juventus Football Club is a professional Italian football club based in the city of Turin. The club currently competes in Serie A, which is the top division of Italian football. They have competed in the top division for most of their history, leading to them becoming the most successful Italian football team of all-time.
Juventus currently play their home matches at the Allianz Stadium, which is home to a maximum capacity of 41, 507 supporters after officially moving in September 2011. Previously, Juventus had played their home matches at the Stadio delle Alpi, which had been their home since 1990, prior to which they were based at the Stadio Comunale.
Juventus’ list of major honours won is to the envy of the rest of Italy, as they are by far and away the most successful team in the country. No team has won as many Serie A titles as Juventus, who have an incredible tally of 36 league titles to their name. They won their first Serie A title in 1905 and have since gone on to dominate Italian football. Perhaps their most memorable spell came over recent times, as they won nine Serie A titles in a row between the 2011/12 and 2019/20 seasons. That period has put them well ahead of both Milan clubs in the league title victory standings and they are also top when it comes to the number of Coppa Italias won with 14 to their name. Juventus also won Serie B in the 2006/07 season when they were relegated due to the Calciopoli scandal.
The Turin club have also enjoyed success outside of Italy, most notably through their two European Cup/Champions League wins. They won their first European Cup when they defeated Liverpool in 1985 and were winners of the Champions League in 1996 when they defeated Ajax in the final. Juventus have also won the UEFA Cup three times in their history, doing so in 1977, 1990 and 1993, while they lifted the old European Cup Winners’ Cup in 1984. They can also boast two UEFA Super Cups, two Intercontinental Cups and one Intertoto Cup.
Juventus were founded on November 1897, making them one of the oldest clubs in Italian football. They are nicknamed ‘The Old Lady’ out of the irony of their name meaning youth in Latin and the male-dominated fanbase’s devotion to the club. Juventus’ now iconic black and white-striped home kit was first derived from the inspiration of English side Notts County. The club shares a rivalry with Torino, who are also from Turin, while they also have rivalries with both Milan clubs, Roma and Napoli.
Naturally, a club as successful as Juventus has had plenty of iconic players play for them over the years, with Alessandro Del Piero being arguably the greatest. The forward leads the way when it comes to appearances and goals all-time for Juventus, having scored 290 goals in 705 matches for the Old Lady. Gianluigi Buffon is close behind when it comes to matches played on 685, while Giorgio Chiellini is on 561. Giampiero Boniperti (179), Roberto Bettega and David Trezeguet (171) all trail Del Piero on goals scored, who is the only man to score more than 200. The club have also had six players win the Ballon d’Or as a Juventus player in Omar Sivori, Paolo Rossi, Michel Platini, Roberto Baggio, Zinedine Zidane and Pavel Nedved, while Cristiano Ronaldo won two Serie A titles in Turin.