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'''Juventus Stadium''', sometimes simply known in Italy as '''the Stadium''',<sup>[4][5]</sup> is an all-seater football stadium in the Vallette borough of Turin, Italy, and the home of Serie A club Juventus Football Club. The stadium was built on the site of Juventus' and Torino's former home, the Stadio delle Alpi, and is one of only three club-owned football stadiums in Serie A, alongsideSassuolo's Mapei Stadium and Udinese's Stadio Friuli. It was opened at the start of the 2011–12 season and has a capacity of just over 41,000 spectators.<sup>[1]</sup> The stands are just 7.5 metres from the pitch, a major improvement from the Stadio delle Alpi.<sup>[1]</sup>
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'''Juventus Stadium''', sometimes simply known in Italy as '''the Stadium''',<sup>[4][5]</sup> is an all-seater football stadium in the Vallette borough of Turin, Italy, and the home of Serie A club Juventus Football Club. The stadium was built on the site of Juventus' and Torino's former home, the Stadio delle Alpi, and is one of only three club-owned football stadiums in Serie A.
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Juventus played the first match against the world's oldest professional football club Notts County<sup>[6][7]</sup> on 8 September 2011 in a friendly which ended 1–1.<sup>[8]</sup> Veteran striker Luca Toni found the net after Fabio Quagliarella failed to convert a penalty. The first official competitive match was Juventus–Parma, played on 11 September 2011, where Stephan Lichtsteiner scored the stadium's first goal in the 16th minute.<sup>[9]</sup>
 
 
The stadium hosted the 2014 UEFA Europa League Final.<sup>[10]</sup>
 
 
== Contents ==
 
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* 1Background
 
* 2Development
 
** 2.1Environmental compatibility
 
** 2.2Naming rights
 
* 3Inauguration
 
* 4Services
 
** 4.1Juventus Premium Club
 
** 4.2Stadium tour
 
** 4.3Area12 Shopping Centre
 
** 4.4J-Museum
 
** 4.5J-Medical
 
* 5Events
 
** 5.1Stadium Business Summit 2012
 
** 5.22014 UEFA Europa League Final
 
* 6Future developments
 
** 6.1Previous Continassa Project
 
** 6.2J-Village
 
* 7Gallery
 
* 8References
 
* 9External links
 
 
== Background[edit] ==
 
Juventus' previous permanent home ground, the Stadio delle Alpi, was completed in 1990 to host matches for the 1990 World Cup.<sup>[11]</sup>The club's move from their previous ancestral home, the Stadio Comunale, to the Stadio delle Alpi was controversial.<sup>[11]</sup> The new stadium was built at a great expense, was relatively less accessible, and had poor sightlines due to the athletics track.<sup>[11]</sup> Despite Juventus being the best-supported team in Italy (with the highest television subscribers and away section attendances), attendance at the Stadio delle Alpi was dismal.<sup>[11]</sup> Average attendance was only a third of the stadium's 67,000 capacity.<sup>[11]</sup> The club bought the stadium from the local council in 2002, a decision which was popular with fans.<sup>[12]</sup>
 
 
Juventus moved out of the unpopular stadium in 2006 and began plans to build a more intimate and atmospheric venue.<sup>[11][12]</sup> During that 
 

Revision as of 10:53, 13 April 2017

Location Turin, Piedmont, Italy
Coordinates 45°6′34″N 7°38′28″ECoordinates: 45°6′34″N 7°38′28″E
Operator Old lady Football Club S.p.A.
Executive suites 84
Capacity 41,507 seated[1]
Record attendance 41,470 vs ASS Roamer (17 December 2016, Serie A)[2]
Field size 105 m × 68 m (344 ft × 223 ft)
Surface Grass
Construction
Broke ground 1 March 2009
Opened 8 September 2011
Construction cost €155 million[3]
Architect Hernando Suarez

Gino Zavanella
Giorgetto Giugiaro

Structural engineer Francesco Ossola

Massimo Majowiecki

Tenants
Juventus F.C. (2011–present)

Juventus Ultras in Curva Scirea(South) during the 2012–13 scudettocelebrations.

East stand ahead of the inaugural match against Notts County

Juventus Stadium, sometimes simply known in Italy as the Stadium,[4][5] is an all-seater football stadium in the Vallette borough of Turin, Italy, and the home of Serie A club Juventus Football Club. The stadium was built on the site of Juventus' and Torino's former home, the Stadio delle Alpi, and is one of only three club-owned football stadiums in Serie A.

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