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Juventus Football Club (F.C.) played their first championship in 1899 on the ground in Piazza d’Armi at the Crocetta area. Besides being one of the very first football stadiums in Italy, this facility became historical since, for the first time in our Country, Juventus played a foreign team at home: it was Montriond, a football team from Lozanne – Switzerland.


In 1904, Juventus decided to play in another ground and chose the Umberto I Velodrome, equipped with stands. In 1905 the Swiss President Alfred Dick signed a contract which allowed the young Juventus players to use this stadium for several years.


On October 19, 1922 a new stadium in Corso Marsiglia was opened, and it shortly became famous, being the first to be built in reinforced concrete. Its stands could hold 15.000 people and the building was thought as necessary because the support given to football and the number of Juventus supporters were incredibly increasing out of all proportion.The Corso Marsiglia Stadium became “history” also because it was equipped with a lighting system after a few months from its construction. Such a decision originated from the Juventus President Edoardo Agnelli, after he spoke to a player, named Mosca. Mosca, in fact, had asked to be kept out of all sports commitments because of his university studies of medicine; he could not spend time for football in order to become a doctor. To avoid the problem, the stadium was given a lighting system, so that players could play at night, leaving daytime to other occupations.



May 14, 1933 is the date of the Official Opening of the new Stadio Comunale – named after Benito Mussolini – for the Giochi Studenteschi Littoriali., the Littorial students games. The structure was really huge for that time, with impressive stands, inside rooms, athletic track, terraces, ticket office, the Maratona Tower and even a covered swimming-pool. The Juventus team did not decide to move to the Comunale right away, because some of their managers, including the coach, thought that a change of ground would have jeopardized the entire performance of the team. At the beginning, then, the Comunale was used for training sessions while after, under the continuous and increasing pressure of the audience and of supporters, the official matches took place. The first Black&White match at the “jewel of sports engineering” was the European Cup versus Ujpest on 29 June 1933, in front of 22.000 people, the highest public officers and the most important managers from Turin. The Stadio Comunale has been used by Juventus until the UEFA success in the season 1989-1990.



The year 1990 is very important for Italy since the World Football Championship takes place here. In this time, the Stadio delle Alpi is built, a real treat under the architectural point of view, but largely criticized under a football aspect. Often, in fact, experts and supporters underlined how the construction was not suitable for a football match, and the reason of this was the wide athletics track which put the curves too far from the actual football ground, thus causing some discontent among the supporters.

The first name thought for the stadium was Vittorio Pozzo, strongly linked to the city of Turin, former technical expert of the Italian Football Team, but this choice was rejected because his name was considered too tied up to the Fascist Regime and their victories. For this reason, a much neutral name was found in “Stadio delle Alpi”.



The old Stadio Comunale was renovated thanks to the Winter Olympics in 2006, at the expense of the Turin Municipality. Its original structure was maintained together with some additions of architectural elements in order to follow all regulations required for football matches.

This is the ground used by Juventus at present for all home matches, and it is now known as Stadio Olimpico.


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