Category Archive: Juventus Stadium

Juventus 1-1 Notts County: So Much More Than 90 Minutes of Soccer

  And so it wasn’t to be Del Piero. “I hope I saved my goal for Sunday” the Juve captain said. Luca Toni became the first player to score at the new Stadium (albeit in a friendly match) Thursday evening, as Juventus and Notts County faced off to once again tie their histories together. This …

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Juventus Stadium Opening Ceremony – Simply No Words…

Adam Digby    (in attendance at the stadium) There are no words – or if there are then they most certainly are not in my vocabulary- with which to share the emotions felt within our new home tonight. I’ve been to new stadia before, hell, I’ve been to new a Juve stadium before and they are, almost …

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Notts County & Juventus, a Tradition Since 1903

When it was announced Juventus would play a friendly to open the new stadium, minds raced as to who the opponents might be… River Plate? Real Madrid? Manchester United? Eventually the club announced the visiting team in the inauguration of the most important stadium in Italian football history would instead be third tier English side …

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PotD: Party in the Sky Box

  With Juventus.com announcing tickets going on sale last Wednesday for the new stadium’s home opener (September 8 vs. Notts County), I decided to click on “buy tickets now” to research what type of amenities the new stadium offers, even though there’s no way I could make it to the match. Here we go.   …

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JUVENTUS STADIUM – A New Home Puts Old Lady Ahead of the Rest

Decrepit or unsuitable stadia are major problem in Serie A, from the outdated Olimpico in Rome to the oversized San Nicola in Bari but most clubs have a plan – on paper at least – to move to a modern, purpose-built home. Many of these utopian ideals, such as the Cittadella Viola proposal by Fiorentina, …

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