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Juventus

Juventus
Juventus players hoist coach Giovanni Trapattoni aloft after securing the 1992/93 UEFA Cup with a 3-0 second-leg victory over Borussia Dortmund ©Bob Thomas/Getty Images

Juventus

Formed: 1897
Nicknames: Bianconeri (White and Blacks), Vecchia Signora (Old Lady)

UEFA club competition honours (runners-up in brackets)
• European Champion Clubs' Cup: 1985, 1996; (1973), (1983), (1997), (1998), (2003)
• UEFA Cup: 1977, 1990, 1993; (1995)
• UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: 1984
• UEFA Super Cup: 1984, 1996

Domestic honours (most recent triumph in brackets)
• League title: 27 (2003)
• Italian Cup: 9 (1995)

History
• Juventus were founded by students of the Massimo D'Azeglio school in Turin. After starting with pink and black shirts, Juve switched to black and white stripes after ordering new shirts from the same English firm that produced kits for Notts County FC. Wearing the new colours, Juventus won the league for the first time in 1905.

• In 1923 the Agnelli family, founders of car company Fiat, took over the club and Eduardo Agnelli was named president. Juventus became an established force, winning five consecutive league titles from 1930 to 1935 under coach Carlo Carcano. The domination continued after the war with John and Carl Hansen, John Charles and Omar Sívori, the latter pair linking up with local hero Giampiero Boniperti in 1957/58 to help Juve become the first Italian side to claim ten Scudettos.

• Victory over Athletic Club in the 1977 UEFA Cup final brought a first European trophy and more would follow in the 1980s. With Paolo Rossi, Michel Platini and Zbigniew Boniek, Juve's domestic domination continued and they won the 1984 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup and 1985 European Champion Clubs' Cup, though the latter was overshadowed by the tragedy at the final's Heysel Stadium.

• In 1990 Juventus moved from the Stadio Comunale to the Stadio Delle Alpi, and returned with the Italian title in 1994/95. Twelve months later, after beting AFC Ajax on penalties in the final, Marcello Lippi's side came back with the UEFA Champions League.

• Since then they have lost three finals and a Serie A match-fixing scandal led to Juventus being relegated to Serie B for the first time in their history in 2006. Led by former midfielder Didier Deschamps, Juve bounced back immediately. In 2006 they also returned to the Stadio Comunale, now known as the Stadio Olimpico, while a new home is built.

Club records
Most appearances: Alessandro Del Piero (632)
Most goals: Alessandro Del Piero (273)
Record victory: Juventus 15-0 Cento FC (Italian Cup, 6 January 1927)
Record defeat: Torino FC 8-0 Juventus (League A, 17 November 1912)

* Last updated on 6 July 2010

Last updated: 06/07/10 15.09CET

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Matches

HomeAway
The home team is listed first.Last updated: 14/04/2014 02:00 CET
SampdoriaSampdoria0-1JuventusJuventus
JuventusJuventus4-1LazioLazio
InternazionaleInternazionale1-1JuventusJuventus
KøbenhavnKøbenhavn1-1JuventusJuventus
JuventusJuventus2-1VeronaVerona
ChievoChievo1-2JuventusJuventus
TorinoTorino0-1JuventusJuventus
JuventusJuventus2-2GalatasarayGalatasaray
JuventusJuventus3-2MilanMilan
FiorentinaFiorentina4-2JuventusJuventus
Real MadridReal Madrid2-1JuventusJuventus
JuventusJuventus2-0GenoaGenoa
JuventusJuventus4-0CataniaCatania
ParmaParma0-1JuventusJuventus
JuventusJuventus2-2Real MadridReal Madrid
JuventusJuventus3-0NapoliNapoli
LivornoLivorno0-2JuventusJuventus
JuventusJuventus3-1KøbenhavnKøbenhavn
JuventusJuventus1-0UdineseUdinese
BolognaBologna0-2JuventusJuventus
GalatasarayGalatasaray1-0JuventusJuventus
JuventusJuventus4-0SassuoloSassuolo
JuventusJuventus3-0AvellinoAvellino
AtalantaAtalanta1-4JuventusJuventus
JuventusJuventus3-0RomaRoma
CagliariCagliari1-4JuventusJuventus
JuventusJuventus4-2SampdoriaSampdoria
RomaRoma1-0JuventusJuventus
LazioLazio1-1JuventusJuventus
JuventusJuventus3-1InternazionaleInternazionale
VeronaVerona2-2JuventusJuventus
JuventusJuventus3-1ChievoChievo
JuventusJuventus2-0TrabzonsporTrabzonspor
JuventusJuventus1-0TorinoTorino
TrabzonsporTrabzonspor0-2JuventusJuventus
MilanMilan0-2JuventusJuventus
JuventusJuventus1-0FiorentinaFiorentina
JuventusJuventus1-1FiorentinaFiorentina
GenoaGenoa0-1JuventusJuventus
FiorentinaFiorentina0-1JuventusJuventus
CataniaCatania0-1JuventusJuventus
JuventusJuventus2-1ParmaParma
NapoliNapoli2-0JuventusJuventus
LyonLyon0-1JuventusJuventus
JuventusJuventus2-0LivornoLivorno
JuventusJuventus2-1LyonLyon
UdineseUdinese20:45JuventusJuventus
JuventusJuventus18:30BolognaBologna
BenficaBenfica21:05JuventusJuventus
SassuoloSassuolo20:45JuventusJuventus
JuventusJuventus21:05BenficaBenfica
JuventusJuventus21:00AtalantaAtalanta
RomaRoma20:45JuventusJuventus
JuventusJuventus20:45CagliariCagliari

Trophy cabinet

Club record in UEFA competitions

  • Biggest win:
    10/12/2003, Juventus 7-0 Olympiacos, Turin
    17/09/1986, Juventus 7-0 Valur, Turin
    14/09/1983, Juventus 7-0 Lechia, Turin
  • Biggest defeat:
    01/10/1958, Wien 7-0 Juventus, Vienna
  • Appearances in UEFA Champions League:  28
  • Appearances in UEFA Cup Winners' Cup:  4
  • Appearances in EUSA Cup:  3
  • Appearances in UEFA Super Cup:  2
  • Appearances in UEFA Europa League:  14
  • Appearances in UEFA Intertoto Cup:  1
  • Player with most UEFA appearances: 130
    Alessandro Del Piero (  ITA)
  • Top scorers in UEFA club competitions: 53
    Alessandro Del Piero (  ITA)
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