Enrico Canfari was the first Juventus president, while the team’s first proper ground was the Piazza d’Armi. Juve debuted in the national championship in 1900, with their first title victory coming five years later. However, there was a split the following year when President Alfred Dick went his own way to form Torino, taking the club’s best foreign players with him. That particular rivalry remains to this day, while it would be another 21 years until Juventus won their next championship, in 1926. By then, Juventus were playing at the Corso Marsiglia, where they would win four league titles before moving to the Stadio Benito Mussolini in 1933.
The Bianconeri would stay at what became the Stadio Comunale Vittorio Pozzo and is now called the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino for 57 years. A move to the Stadio delle Alpi followed in 1990, which had been built for the Italia 90 World Cup. Juve would remain there until 2006, when they moved back to the Stadio Olimpico for five years while their current stadium was being built. The Juventus Stadium opened in September 2011 and has been known as the Allianz Stadium since 2017.
The Old Lady have won Serie A a record 36 times, which is nearly twice as many as Inter who are second with 19. Juve have lifted the Coppa Italia on 14 occasions, while they’ve also won the Supercoppa Italiana nine times since its introduction in 1988. The Turin giants have tasted glory on Europe’s biggest stage twice, winning the European Cup in 1985 and the Champions League in 1996. They’ve also won the UEFA Cup three times and the European Cup Winners’ Cup once, as well as the Super Cup and Intercontinental Cup twice.
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