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 seventh consecutive Serie A title in a row.
Juventus are the most decorated club in Italian football history and have won the most 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. 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 fans have become accustomed to success and the hierarchy demand no less when it comes to winning football matches and trophies which makes the appeal for buying Jiventus tickets even greater. Ever since the club's inception in 1897 they have been regular champions in all formats of the game domestically and in top European honours with both Champions League and UEFA Cup triumphs.
The club's reputation was tarnished in 2006 following the 'Calciopoli' Italian football scandal. Juve became one of the five clubs linked to the crime which as a result saw the club placed at the bottom of the league table and relegated to Serie B for the first time in its history. The club was also stripped of the 2005 title won under Fabio Capello. It was indoubtedly a dark time in the club's illustrious history but the majority of their star players stayed with the club and sealed a return to Serie A in 2007, despite starting the previous season with a thirty point deduction and have not looked back since.