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Juventus Football Club or popularly, Juve is an Italian football club based in the city of Turin, capital of the Piedmont region. It was founded on November 1, 1897 under the name of "Sport Club Juventus" by a group of local students. It is the second oldest Italian soccer team still active – after Genoa's soccer section – and, along with Torino, it is one of the two professional soccer clubs in the Piedmontese capital. Linked to the Agnelli family since 1923,8 the club has been an uninterrupted member of the highest professional category of Italian football (called Serie A since 1929) since its foundation,Note 2 with the sole exception of the 2006-07 season. The club has been home since 2011 at the Allianz Stadium, which has a capacity of 41,507 spectators.

Juventus is the most successful team in Italy and at the same time one of the most successful and renowned clubs in the world. It is the club with the highest number of official titles won in Italian football with a total of 59 championships (36 Leagues, 14 Cups, 9 Super Cups). It was the first Italian and southern European club to win the UEFA Cup ( season 1976-77), in the international arena; It should be noted that it is the sixth European club and twelfth in the world with the most official international titles at the confederation and interconfederation level, being also the first club in the history of European football to win the three main competitions organized by the European Union of Football Associations and the first club in the world —and the only one to date— to win all the federative competitions (and the interclub world title).

In 2009, it was recognized as the best Italian club of the 20th century and second in Europe during that same period by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics, an institution recognized by FIFA.16 Its classic rivals are Torino Football Club with which he disputes the Turin derby and Inter Milan, the club against which he disputes the so-called Italian derby.

According to a survey carried out by the Demos Institute (September 2015), Juventus is the team with the largest number of fans in Italy with 35% of preferences. In addition, the Turin team is one of the clubs with the most supporters in the world with more than 290 million —of which 41 million are in European territory— according to a report by the Sports Market Research Company Repucom SA in 2014.

The historic moment of the t-shirt

The match started unexpectedly. After 12 minutes, intense pressure from Juve managed to defuse the Amsterdam's stylish game and, after a resounding error between van der Saar and Frank de Boer , Fabrizio Ravanelli stole a ball that he roughly pushed from an impossible angle towards the goal to make the first of the night

Sudden death began with edgar davids missing his centered shot. ciro ferrara however, he executed an unstoppable penalty, and the litmanen , Pessotto, Scholten and padovino they did their homework with great executions. The turn came again for the Ajax. the veteran silooy faced peruzzi but his mid-height shot was repelled by the Italian goalkeeper. The responsibility rested on the shoulders of Vladimir Jugović . The Serbian executed brilliantly and the nearly three meter tall Van der Saar (with outstretched arms, of course) were not enough: the Juventus was champion of Europe.

Gone were eleven years of torment after that final in 1985 that should never have been played. The Champions League of 1996 was considered by many as the first in history for the Juventus, or at least that is how the people of Turin celebrated it. The earlier victory had been overshadowed by the tragedy . "We had to wait a long time, we never considered Heysel in 1985 as a victory," said Roberto Bettega, champion that fateful day and vice president in 1996 . Taken from Football citizens


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