Costing €105m to develop, the purpose-built stadium is built on the site of the club’s former home, the Stadio Delle Alpi. The Bianconeri’s new home has a reduced capacity of 41,000, no longer houses a running track, and is one of only a few stadia in Serie A to be owned by its club.
The ground sits 7.6km north-west of the centre of Turin and is accessible by road from three directions. Taking two years to build, its trademark features are the close proximity of the stands in relation to the pitch, and two pairs of concrete masts forming triangular shapes at opposite ends outside the stadium. It hosted the 2014 Europa League Final.
As of July 2017, the name was changed from Juventus Stadium to Allianz Stadium, though it still goes by its former name for UEFA events.