Juventus Football Club
Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio - FIGC
Data de fundação: 11/01/1897
Apelidos: Juve, Vecchia Signora
Site oficial: www.juventus.com
In love with football, adolescents from the Massimo D'Azeglio school, specializing in Classical Studies, decided on November 1, 1897, to found a sports club that had just been "imported" from England. Because the oldest of the founders is only 17 years old, the club was baptized as Juventus - the letter "J" does not exist in the Italian alphabet, but is usually used in the Piedmontese language, common in Piedmont, of which Turin is the capital.
Over the years, Juventus has become one of the main powers of world football. It was the first association to win the three competitions for clubs in Europe (Champions League, UEFA Cup and European Cup Winners' Cup). On both occasions when he won the Champions League (1984-85 against Liverpool - ENG and 1995-96 against AJAX - NED), he was also FIFA Club World Champion over Argentino Juniors and River Plate, both from Argentina. In the national sphere, no adversary surpasses the achievements of Juve. By 2014, on the field, "La Vegnia Signora" won 32 Italian championships. However, the 2004-05 and 2005-06 titles were canceled due to the scandal of manipulation of results that at the time, devastated the national competition. Considered by FIFA and IFFHS, the best Italian soccer club in the twentieth century, Juventus also owns the biggest crowd in the country.
As principal, "La Vegnia Signora" acts in vertical striped alvinegra shirt, and shorts and white stockings. However, in his early years, the club played in a pink shirt. Formed by the black and white colors, the shield of Juventus carried two yellow stars that each represented ten titles of the Scudetto. However, by winning the 2011-12 championship, the club reached its 28th achievement recognized by the local Federation. In the Juventus account were 30 Italian titles. The exit found was to remove the stars and put the inscription "30 south field", which translated means "30 in the field". In the 2016-17 season Juve achieved the Italian hexacampenate, unprecedented in the history of Calcio, totaling 33 scudettos.