President Andrea Agnelli opened the new Juventus Museum by stating this season’s team “will be remembered as the Invincibles.”
The club inaugurated the museum within the Juventus Stadium as part of their revamp and are still celebrating the Scudetto.
“At the start of the season nobody gave us as favourites, while at most they tipped us for fourth place, but it brought us to an extraordinary title and celebration.
“The joy was immense because of how the season went and in comparison with the previous two campaigns. We will be remembered as the Invincibles.”
Antonio Conte’s side are the first to finish a 20-team Serie A season unbeaten and have the chance to win the Coppa Italia against Napoli on Sunday evening.
“We are concentrated on the Napoli challenge, an important game against a team that put Champions League finalists Chelsea in crisis. Next year we’ll start on a par with all the others and must as always earn everything on the field.”
The museum is on the east side of the Juventus Stadium and marks the 115 years of the club, including trophies, memorabilia and multimedia components in Italian and English.
“This museum also covers the history of my family,” continued Agnelli. “It includes cult objects with more traditional ones and you can see the evolution of football as a whole. There are also many video clips and so much more for the Juventus fans.”
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