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Saturday March 23 2019
Juventus Stadium sold out for Women

The Allianz Juventus Stadium in Turin is sold out with 39,000 tickets snapped up for the Juventus Women’s game against Fiorentina.

This match, which kicks off on Sunday at 14.00 GMT, shatters the previous record for a women’s football fixture in Italy, which had been just 14,000.

The tickets to this game were free, but still had to be booked, while there are reportedly only 121 Fiorentina Women supporters who made the trip.

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Saturday March 9 2019
Juventus ultras insult 'worm' Agnelli

Insulting graffiti appeared outside the Juventus Allianz Stadium aimed at ‘worm’ President Andrea Agnelli and ‘incompetent directors with no respect.’

Those responsible are believed to be the ultras based in the Curva Nord, who have for weeks been sitting in silent protest for the first 39 minutes of home games.

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Friday March 8 2019
Juventus Stadium reaches 200

Tonight will see the 200th competitive match Juventus have played at the Allianz Juventus Stadium, so far winning almost 80 per cent of them.

The Serie A tie with Udinese kicks off at 19.30 GMT, click here for a match preview.

Their state of the art arena was inaugurated with a 4-1 victory over Parma on September 11, 2011, the beginning of their seven consecutive Scudetto run.

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Monday October 1 2018
Juventus risk stadium closure

Juventus reportedly risk a partial closure of the Allianz Stadium, after racist chanting was heard in the win over Napoli on Saturday.

The Bianconeri won 3-1 to move six points clear of Carlo Ancelotti’s side, in front of a sold-out crowd in Turin.

Sadly though, Gazzetta dello Sport reports that FIGC observers reported racist chanting aimed at Partenopei centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly.

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Monday August 27 2018
Juventus to build second stadium?

Juventus are reportedly keen to build a second stadium with 5-6,000 seats, to host the B team and the women’s team.

The Bianconeri are one of the few clubs in Italy to own their own stadium, with the state-of-the-art Juventus Stadium - now Allianz Stadium - opening its doors in 2011.

The land around the stadium has been redeveloped since, with a museum, a medical facility and the new Continassa headquarters all built around the stadium.

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Thursday July 12 2018
Juventus cancel Ronaldo party?

Juventus have reportedly changed their mind about opening up the Allianz Stadium for Cristiano Ronaldo’s presentation on Monday.

The Portuguese has signed for the club in a €100m transfer from Real Madrid, and will arrive in Turin next week.

Today’s Gazzetta dello Sport reported that he would be presented at the stadium, but now the newspaper says some “practical difficulties” will prevent that.

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Friday February 23 2018
Italy face Netherlands in Turin

Italy will face the Netherlands at Juventus Stadium on June 4, the FIGC has officially confirmed.

Neither side qualified for this summer’s World Cup, despite being two of Europe’s traditional powerhouses.

“The Juventus Stadium in Turin will host a friendly between Italy and the Netherlands on Monday June 4,” a statement on the Federation’s website confirmed.

“It will be the 21st ever time the two National Teams have met, with the Azzurri just edging it in terms of previous encounters.

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Friday September 8 2017
Juventus Stadium boosted revenue

The Juventus Stadium was opened six years ago today and the statistics show the huge boost it made to their club coffers.

Now named the Allianz Juventus Stadium in a sponsorship deal signed this summer, it is one of the few self-owned arenas in Serie A.

It has hosted 157 Juve games, leading to 125 victories, 27 draws and only five defeats.

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Friday September 8 2017
On This Day: Juventus Stadium opens

On this day in 2011, Notts County helped Juventus to open their new stadium, with the match ending in a 1-1 draw.

The Bianconeri opened their new ground on September 8 2011, with a lavish ceremony featuring club legends from the past and stars of the current squad.

Rather than a glamour friendly against one of Europe’s leading lights, Juve invited English side Notts County to play the first match at the stadium.

The Old Lady got her famous black and white stripes from the Magpies, having previously worn pink shirts.

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Saturday July 1 2017
Juventus inaugurate Allianz Stadium

As of today, the Juventus club badge has changed and the Juventus Stadium is now called the Allianz Stadium.

The Bianconeri have dived head-first into the rebranding, with the new ‘J’ logo seen on various merchandise inside their club megastore, which was opened next to the stadium last night.

This shop is double the size of the previous store and cost €2.5m to revamp.

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