The Grandeur of Juventus Stadium, The Italian Stadium With English Style


Juventus Stadium
Juventus Stadium. Img Via: stadiumjourney.com

Who does not know Juventus? For football fans certainly familiar with one of the Italian giants. Juventus is one of the football club with a barrage of proud achievement. A club based in the city of Turin has a stadium named Juventus Stadium to hold their home games. Juventus Stadium or previously known by the name Juventus Arena are located in Piemonte, Torino. The stadium officially opened on 8 September 2011 and has a capacity of 41,000 spectators. Juventus Stadium is built on an area of the former Stadio Delle Alpi. Some of the differences between the previous stadium with the new stadium, among others within the stands very close to the field, which is only about 7.5 meters. While the main grandstand at the stadium is about 49 meters away from the field. Very different to Delle Alpi Stadium, Juventus Stadium was modeled on the magnificent stadiums in England.

Juventus Stadium Pictures

Juventus Stadium Pictures. Img Via: essma.eu

Juventus Stadium Outside

Juventus Stadium Outside

Juventus before it uses the Delle Alpi stadium until finally replaced the Juventus Stadium. Move the club headquarters to Delle Alpi from the previous stadium Stadio Comunale was considered controversial. The move met criticism for visibility from the stands to the field being too distant and difficult for viewers who come. So more supporters watching on live television. Delle Alpi capacity amounted to 67,000 seats, but only half of it is often filled in every game. Juventus decided to buy Delle Alpi land from the Government of Torino in 2003. Management of the club then began planning to build a new stadium better. At that time, they shared the Stadio Olimpico DI Torino being renovated with their city rivals, Torino FC. In November 2008, the club announced plans to build a stadium with a capacity of 41,000 spectators on an area of the Stadio Delle Alpi. The new stadium was built at a cost of € 100 million (£ 90 million) and make Juventus as the first Italian club to build its own stadium.

If you are interested in visiting and a close look at the Juventus Stadium, you can take a tour with a time of 70 minutes held at the stadium every day. Visitors are allowed a look inside the stadium like a locker room, facilities, museums and of course the football field. Juventus Museum, known as J Museum, inaugurated on May 16, 2012 and opened to the public on May 17, 2012. Management of the club also have Juventus Premium Club which is the company’s hospitality and tourism project, which is aimed at companies that want to entertain clients and their partners for lunch or dinner at the stadium before the game. These services such as VIP seats 3,600 pieces and 64 executive boxes VVIP. Services for executives includes entrance exclusively reserved in the stadium, luxury seats with personal LCD television, an exclusive restaurant, bar, lounge, finger food on the interval between innings and after the game, as well as special parking places and access to the museum. In addition, the stadium also has a shopping complex of 34,000 m2, which is open every day and parking space for 4,000 vehicles. A new museum dedicated to the history of this club is located nearby.

Juventus Stadium Tunnel

Juventus Stadium Tunnel

Juventus Stadium Tour

Juventus Stadium Tour

Juventus Stadium is located in the northern part of Turin, approximately 7 kilometers from the center of Turin and the main railway station. The stadium is located just south of the Turin ring road, Tangenziale. If you use a car, then take exit Venaria from the northern part of the road. On the day of the game, we can take a tram service lodging and stopped at Bernini. At the moment there is no match, the bus can also be an alternative choice. From downtown, take bus 72 or 72B toward Viale Bruno Super or Picco. The journey will take about 40 minutes, then get off at the Stadio Delle Alpi.

Juventus Stadium

Juventus Stadium. Img Via: stadiumjourney.com

Juventus Stadium Aerial Photo

Juventus Stadium Aerial Photo. Img Via: giugiaroarchitettura.it

Juventus Stadium Inside Photo

Juventus Stadium Inside Photo. Image Via: juventus.com

Juventus Stadium During The Game

Juventus Stadium During The Game. Img Via: balichws.com

Juventus Stadium Photo From Top

Juventus Stadium Photo From Top. Img Via: pvcconstruct.org

Juventus Stadium Photo

Juventus Stadium Photo

Juventus Stadium Pitch

Juventus Stadium Pitch. Img Via: uefa.com

Juventus Stadium Image

Juventus Stadium Image

Juventus Stadium Outside Photo

Juventus Stadium Outside Photo. Img Via: italdesign.it

Juventus Stadium Field

Juventus Stadium Field. Img Via: stadiumguide.com

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