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Juventus FC (aka Juventus, Juve, bianconeri and officially: Juventus Football Club) is a top Italian Seria A football club, with the best record of success and titles in the Italian League. Juventus FC is based in Turin at the northern part of Italy. Juventus football club is one of the most popular Italian clubs both in Italy and abroad with millions of fans all over the globe. All in all, Juventus FC won over 50 titles of which 40 are Italian First Division (Seria A) Championships and Cups. In short, Juventus can be counted as one of the ten most successful clubs in Europe, and is one of the top four Italian clubs that traditionally form the top of the league (with Inter Milan, AC Milan and AS Roma).

Juventus was formed at the end of the 19th century, by a group of school boys from the Massimo D’Azeglio School in Turin. By 1905 the club won its first Italian Football Championship. In the following years Juventus won the Italian Championship 6 times between 1925-1935 seasons, and 13 times between the 1957-1986 seasons. As runners ups for the Italian title Juventus played about 20 times. In 2006 Juventus was accused at being involved in match fixing scandal and was stripped of the two titles won unfairly at 2005 and 2006, and was relegated to Seria B for the first time in its history. The relegation caused many key players to leave Juventus, and led to a crisis. The club won the Seria B and returned to the Seria A after one season, but did not win any title since. Still, Juventus is considered one of the best football clubs in the world, with glorious history.

Juventus announced the rebuilding of the Delle Alpi stadium to the capacity of 41,000 seats and without the running track (which left the seats a long way away from the pitch in the old stadium). The Delle Alpi was Juventus’s stadium for 15 seasons at 1990-2006. It was constructed for the 1990 FIFA World Cup. From 2006 Juventus club use the stadio olimpico in Turin that was built for the 2006 Winter Olympics. The new stadium is due for completion for the 2011-12 season. Juventus tickets are in high demand as the number of seats in the stadium does not match the demand. Juventus use other stadiums in Turin area from time to time, such as the San Siro stadium, home of arch rivals Inter Milan and AC Milan. Juventus huge body of fans cause its Away matches to be full of supporters, an unmatched phenomenon in Italian football.


Juventus striker Amauri keen on move to Fiorentina

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Juventus striker Amauri is eyeing a move to Fiorentina.

Amauri fancies replacing Alberto Gilardino, who is joining Genoa.

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Juventus ace Pirlo: Winning desire increasing here


Andrea Pirlo can sense a winning desire growing inside the Juventus dressing room.

Pirlo has been a major influence on Juve's turnaround this season.

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Udinese striker Floro Flores keen on Fiorentina move


Udinese striker Antonio Floro Flores would welcome a move to Fiorentina.

Fiorentina need to find a replacement for Alberto Gilardino, who is joining Genoa today.

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A Qaddafi Son, Italian Soccer and the Power of Money

One of the sons of the embattled Libyan dictator Colonel Muammar el-Qaddafi was once a "soccer" player in Italy.

Oscar del Calcio nominees released

Alexandre Pato
Claudio Marchisio
Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Italy's Oscar del Calcio nominations have been announced.

The awards are voted for by the Serie A players and are at their 15th edition with the ceremony held on January 23.

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A Reminder of the Beautiful Game

Move aside, Ronaldo, Messi and Villa. Bow to the record created in Italy when Alessandro Del Piero eclipsed Giampiero Boniperti as the record goal scorer in the history of Juventus.

In Italy, the Old Lady Opens a New Stadium

Juventus opened its new stadium in Turin, Italy, on Thursday.

No Longer Merely a Fair-Weather Fan

Whether by osmosis or because of romantic involvement, our intrepid reporter discovers the joys and disappointments of supporting a specific club -- Juventus.

Citi Field to Be Site of Juventus Match in July

Juventus, the 27-time Italian champion, said it would play three exhibitions in the United States this summer, including one against the Mexican team Club America at Citi Field on July 26.

Korea Shows Soccer How to Get Tough

"Zero tolerance" is a popular phrase among sports officials these days. But depending on which country you're in, it's applied very differently.