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  Juventus Tickets

Team Fact File:
  • Nickname: La Vecchia Signora (The Old Lady),La Fidanzata d'Italia (The Girlfriend of Italy)
  • Founded: 1897
  • Rivals: Torino F.C, Inter Milan
  • Record Goal Scorer: Alessandro Del Piero - 289
  • Record Signing: Gonzalo Higuain - £76m

  Juventus Tickets

Juventus have had an imperious rise back to the top of Italian football after a match fixing scandal a few years ago saw them kicked out of Serie A. This was the first and only time that Juventus had not competed in the top tier of Italian football. Since their Serie A return, Juventus have dominated Italian football and have secured their fifth consecutive Serie A title in a row.

Juventus are the most decorated club in Italian football history and have won over 30 Serie A Titles. Their players over the years have included household names such as Zinedine Zidane; Patrick Vieira and Alessandro Del Piero to name but a few. Their current crop of players features players bordering on that kind of calibre, so now is a fantastic time to buy Juventus football tickets.

Juve boast a squad filled with incredible footballing talent, and as well as dominating in Italy in recent years, they are now also a force to be reckoned with in Europe. They play their home games at a magnificent new stadium and have a fantastic dedicated home support. They have sold their talismanic striker Carlos Tevez but signed three replacements with Mario Mandzukic, Simone Zaza and Paulo Dybala all joining for a combined £50 million pounds. With all this firepower on display Juventus are sure to sizzle this season and Football Ticket Pad is proud to be able to offer tickets to all games at the breathtaking newly built Juventus Stadium for all their  Serie A home matches and for any of their Champions League fixtures.  

Juve were crowned champions for a fifth consecutive season with three games to spare as second placed Napoli lost 1-0 to Roma in third. Their title triumph caps a fascinating turn of form for the Old Lady. In November, Massimiliano Allegri's side were sitting in 12th place in Serie A, eleven points off the top. Juve are still chasing a domestic double after sealing the title they will be looking to add more silverware when they host AC Milan in the Coppa Italia final in May. 

Juve seem to have found a jewel in Paulo Dybala. The 21 year-old has scored 20 goals this campaign and is joining his compatriot Paul Pogba is one of Europe's brightest stars. The Argentine is known as 'La Joya', (The Jewel) in his homeland and his first season in Serie A suggests Juventus have one on their hands following his summer transfer from Palermo. 

Turin Travel

Turin is located in northwest Italy, surrounded on the north west front by the Alps and on the eastern front by a high hill that is the natural continuation of the hills of Monferrato. So for tourists there are a number scenic alternatives on top of watching the game with the Juventus tickets you have purchased!

Furthermore, like alot of Italy, Turin is famous for its culture and art. The city has a rich culture and history and is known for its numerous art galleries, restaurants, churches, palaces, opera houses, piazzas, parks, gardens, theatres, libraries, museums and other venues. Art Nouveau architecture is a common theme so look out for this unique design all over the city! 

Stadium guide

To anyone who had previously acquired juventus tickets and watched Juventus play you may have been accustomed to visiting the Stadio Delle Alpi. However in the past seasons Juventus has moved homes to what is now The Juventus Stadium! This is a much more modern, state of the art stadium and well worth the visit if your yet to book Juventus football tickets! The mood inside ground is always very upbeat with Juventus being the dominating force in Italian football for a number of years now winning consecutive titles. 

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