Juventus Stadium’s History
Juventus, or “the Old Lady” as the team is known, was founded in 1897. During the first few years, they played at a number of arenas: Parco del Valentino, Piazza d’Armini, Corso Marsiglia and Stadio Mussolino, to name a few.
In 1990, the club moved in at Stadio Delle Alpi where they, along with local rivals Torina FC, played their home games until 2006. Then they moved to the newly renovated Stadio Olimpico, which they called home until the completion of Juventus Stadium in 2011.
No matter where Juventus have played their home games, they have always been a force to be reckoned with on their home turf, and very few visiting teams have been able to leave with a victory.
Juventus Stadium is located just north of the centre of Turin, between the city’s heart and the Venaria Reale area. From the city centre, you can easily make your way to the arena via Corso Regina Margherita or the A55/E64, which will get you there in about 25 minutes if there isn’t too much trffic. If you prefer the bus, you can catch number 29, Fermata 1294 – Solferino, which will take about 36 minutes and costs 1.5€.