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Juventus stadium: Allianz Stadium
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A little about Juventus
Juventus Football Club, also known as Juve, is one of the most successful and popular football clubs in Italy and Europe. Founded in 1897, Juventus has a long and proud history, winning numerous domestic and international titles throughout its existence.
Juventus has won a record 36 Serie A titles, as well as 14 Coppa Italia titles and 9 Supercoppa Italiana titles. They have also won the UEFA Champions League twice, in 1985 and 1996, and have reached the final on several other occasions.
The club has been home to many legendary players throughout its history, including Michel Platini, Paolo Rossi, Alessandro Del Piero, Gianluigi Buffon, and Cristiano Ronaldo, among others. These players have helped Juventus achieve great success and have become beloved figures in the eyes of the club’s fans.
The Derby d’Italia, also known as the “Derby of Italy,” is one of the most historic and intense rivalries in Italian football. Juventus and Inter Milan have faced each other over 230 times in official matches, with both teams having their fair share of victories. The rivalry between the two teams is deeply rooted in the history of Italian football and is one of the most passionate in the sport.
For your next football trip to Turin, we have handpicked multiple hotels near Allianz Stadium, so you easily can go from and to watch Juventus matches. The hotels that are showing up on the concerned match are the ones that are available right now, so you will get the hotel that you ordered.
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Flights to Turin
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Juventus has won countless Serie A titles. Out of the last 11 Serie A seasons, Juventus has won 9 of them. But how did Juventus become so dominant and why were Juventus matches the most watched in Italian football at the time?
It all started in 2011 when Juventus legend Antonio Conte took over the club. At that time, Juventus had not won Serie A in 9 years. This was Antonio Conte’s first job in a major Italian club. With Conte came players like Andrea Pirlo and Arturo Vidal. Players like Alessandro Del Piero, Chiellini, Claudio Marchisio, and Lichtsteiner were crucial for Juventus in both the past and future seasons.
Juventus was not considered favorites for Serie A, as both AC Milan and Inter Milan were huge at the time. But Juventus surprised everyone. Not only did they win Serie A, they went through the season without a single defeat. This was the first time in Italy that a team had gone 38 matches in a row without losing a game. The same season, they also reached the Coppa Italia final, which they unfortunately lost 2-0 to Napoli. This was the beginning of Juventus’ dominance in the league.
Antonio Conte stayed at Juventus for 2 more seasons, winning the league in both seasons and thus winning 3 consecutive titles. Antonio Conte chose to leave Juventus in 2014 and coach the Italian national team. Juventus chose to hire Massimiliano Allegri. With Massiomiliano Allegri, Juventus reached new heights. In the 2014/15 season, Juventus won the Italian league and Coppa Italia. In addition to this, Juventus also reached the Champions League final. They had the chance to perform “The Treble”. In the final, they were to meet FC Barcelona, with perhaps the most dangerous front three ever with Neymar, Suarez, and Messi. The final had a lot to offer. Ivan Rakitic scored for Barcelona already in the 4th minute. Juventus, however, equalized with a goal from Alvaro Morata in the 55th minute. But FC Barcelona quickly regained the lead with a goal from Suarez in the 68th minute, and in the dying minutes, Neymar scored the killer goal to make it 3-1. Juventus lost the final and could not complete “The Treble”.
Juventus won the Serie A title again in the 2015/16 season. The 2016/17 season was to be even better than 2015/16. Once again, Juventus won Serie A and the Coppa Italia and reached the Champions League final again. They had the chance to win “The Treble” again. The final was against the mighty Real Madrid, who won the Champions League the season before. The final was Juventus’ chance to win “The Treble”, and once again, Juventus fell behind against Real Madrid with a goal from Cristiano Ronaldo. However, Juventus quickly got back into the game with a superb goal from Mario Mandzukic. The next 40 minutes saw both teams have great chances, but neither could score. Unfortunately for Juventus, Real Madrid scored 2 quick goals from Casemiro and Ronaldo in the 61st and 64th minutes. Juan Cuadrado was sent off in the 83rd minute, which ultimately decided the match. Marco Asensio scored the last goal, and Real Madrid won their 2nd Champions League title in a row, 4-1. Juventus had once again missed the chance to complete “The Treble”.
Juventus had won the two previous seasons (2018/19 and 2019/20). Therefore, they could win their 10th Serie A title in a row if they won the 2020/21 season. Maurizio Sarri was the manager of Juventus at the time, and it was almost guaranteed that Sarri would lead Juventus to their 10th title in a row. Unfortunately for Juventus, Antonio Conte had become the head coach of Inter Milan. The man who started Juventus’ dominance also ended it. Antonio Conte’s Inter Milan won the 2020/21 season, and thus Juventus couldn’t win their 10th Serie A title in a row.