Juventus: Latest News| Match Result| Stadium| Roster 2019

Juventus football club S.p.A, commonly known as Juve Turin, an Italian professional in Piedmont Is a football club. Founded in 1897 by a group of Torry students, the club has worn a black and white striped house kit from 1903 and has played domestic matches in various grounds around its city, which is the latest 41,507-capacity Allianz Stadium. Today we will discuss about Juventus: Latest News| Match Result| Stadium| Roster 2019

Juventus: Latest News| Match Result| Stadium| Roster 2019

Juventus: Latest News| Match Result| Stadium| Roster 2019

Short nameJuve, JFC, JUV
Founded1 November 1897; 121 years ago, as Sport-Club Juventus
Ground  Allianz Stadium
  • Agnelli family(through EXOR N.V.)
  • Public shareholders of EXOR and Juventus (BIT: JUVE)
ChairmanAndrea Agnelli
Head coachMassimiliano Allegri
LeagueSerie A
2017–18Serie A, 1st

Latest News of Juventus

Juventus: Latest News| Match Result| Stadium| Roster 2019

Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 20th Juventus goal as the unbeaten champion defeated Sesuolo to reach the top of Serie A with 11 points.

After Ronaldo’s escape, Sami Khedira counterattacked.

  1. After this Portugal’s star led the house of Miramal Poznan in the second half – this is the consecutive ninth league game in which he scored.
  2. Former Liverpool pre-midfielder Amre scored a third with his first touch after landing on the bench.
  3. Ronaldo – who also had a goal, which was correctly rejected for offside – with 18 goals, Serie A is top scorer, and in all competitions he scored 20 points in 31 matches for Juva
  4. Juventus, who has won 20 and has drawn three out of his 23 league games, is continuously following the eighth Serie A titles.
  5. Earlier, Atlä made a brief start in Champions League places with a 2-1 win over Spell.
  6. Duhan Zappa made his winner with his 18th goal in the 12th game.
  7. However, AC Milan returned to the fourth position with a 3-0 win over Cagliari.
  8. Krzysztof Piatek became the first player to make four goals in his first four matches for Milan since Mario Balotelli in 2013.

Match Result of Juventus


  • Sassuolo0Juventus3

  • Bologna1Genoa1

  • Atalanta2SPAL1

  • Sampdoria0Frosinone1

  • Torino1Udinese0

  • AC Milan3Cagliari0

S. no            Team       P      W   D      L

3Inter Milan2313461643
4AC Milan2310941139

Stadium of Juventus

Juventus: Latest News| Match Result| Stadium| Roster 2019

Former namesJuventus Stadium
AddressCorso Gaetano Scirea, 50
LocationTurin, Italy
Coordinates45°6′34″N 7°38′28″E
OwnerJuventus Football Club S.p.A.
OperatorJuventus Football Club S.p.A.
Executive suites84
Capacity41,507 seated
Record attendance41,495 vs Inter Milan(7 December 2018, Serie A)
Field size105 m × 68 m (344 ft × 223 ft)
Broke ground1 March 2009
Opened8 September 2011
Construction cost€155 million
ArchitectHernando Suarez
Gino Zavanella
Giorgetto Giugiaro
Structural engineerFrancesco Ossola
Massimo Majowiecki

Juventus Stadium, which is known for sponsorship reasons as the Allianz Stadium since July 2017

  • Sometimes known as the Stadium in Italy, Valerie Boro of Turin There is an all-seater football stadium.
  • Italy, and home of the Serie A Club Juventus Football Club.
  • The stadium was built on the site of Juventus and Torino, on the site of the Stadio delle Alpi, and is one of only three clubs owned by Cesuo football stadiums, which is the Sumsula’s Amphitheater and the studio Freuli of Udinese

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  • Juventus played the first match on the stadium on 8 September 2011 against the world’s oldest professional football club, Notts County, in a friendly match on 8 September 2011, which ended 1-1;  Luka Tony scored the first goal; .
  • The first competitive match was against Parma three days later, where Stephen Liechtenstein scored the first competitive goal of the stadium in the 16th minute.
  • Juventus lost three of his first 100 Italian top-flight league matches at the Juventus Stadium only.

Juventus Roster 2019

Laurenţiu BrănescuRomania30/03/1994
22Mattia PerinItaly10/11/1992
21Carlo PinsoglioItaly16/03/1990
1Wojciech SzczęsnyPoland18/04/1990
12Alex SandroBrazil26/01/1991
15Andrea BarzagliItaly08/05/1981
19Leonardo BonucciItaly01/05/1987
4Martín CáceresUruguay07/04/1987
3Giorgio ChielliniItaly14/08/1984
2Mattia De SciglioItaly20/10/1992
20João CanceloPortugal27/05/1994
24Daniele RuganiItaly29/07/1994
30Rodrigo BentancurUruguay05/06/1997
23Emre CanGermany12/01/1994
10Paulo DybalaArgentina15/11/1993
44Nicolò FagioliItaly12/02/2001
39Grigoris KastanosCyprus30/01/1998
6Sami KhediraGermany04/04/1987
14Blaise MatuidiFrance09/04/1987
5Miralem PjanićBosnia-Herzegovina02/04/1990
37Leonardo SpinazzolaItaly25/03/1993
33Federico BernardeschiItaly16/02/1994
7Cristiano RonaldoPortugal05/02/1985
16Juan CuadradoColombia26/05/1988
11Douglas CostaBrazil14/09/1990
18Moise KeanItaly28/02/2000
17Mario MandžukićCroatia21/05/1986
Massimiliano AllegriItaly11/08/1967
Claudio FilippiItaly

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