History of Juventus
Founded in 1897 and formerly known as Sport-Club Juventus, this Italian soccer club has gained a particularly large following over their 119 year run. With football fans from all other the globe, I Bianconeri (The Black and Whites) have proven to be a popular team worldwide.
As of 2011, Juventus Football Club’s 41,000 seater home is the Juventus Stadium located approximately 7km north of Turin’s city centre. However, after signing a 6 year sponsorship rights contract with Allianz in 2017, the ground changed its name to Allianz Stadium.
Around 25.5km south of the stadium is the club’s training ground called Juventus Centre. Within these grounds the players have access to training pitches as well as medical facilities. Out of the nine soccer pitches, two of them are made of synthetic grass. Also here they have building containing rooms for press conferences, meetings and broadcasts.
Juventus FC have an outstanding amount of achievements accumulated over the years, thus making them a popular team. With their most successful trophies being earnt within Serie A, see below the total amount of awards the soccer club has won in order of most achieved.
- Serie A Winners– 35 trophies
- Coppa Italia Winners – 12 trophies
- Supercoppa Italiana Winners – 7 trophies
- UEFA Cup Winners – 1976/77, 1989/90, 1992/93
- UEFA Champions League Winners – 1984/85, 1995/96
- European Super Cup Winners – 1984, 1996
- Intercontinental Cup Winners – 1985, 1996
- UEFA Intertoto Cup Winners – 1999
- Serie B Winners – 2006/07
- European Cup Winners’ Cup Winners – 1983/84
Adidas Manufactures the Juventus Kit
Since 2015, the Juve home, away, third and training soccer kits have been manufactured by Adidas. When the contract was signed between the club and the sportswear brand, they agreed to six years working together. For this contract, it cost the Italian team an estimated 139.5m euros (approx. £124m).
This deal with Adidas covers all areas of team kit including the iconic black and white Juventus jersey, away and third shirts, shorts, socks training tops and accessories. New football kit is launched each season and you can order your replica shirt and other gear right here at Soccer Box.
As Juventus only signed their contract with Adidas back in 2015, they have partnered with a range of sportswear brands prior to then. Overall their longest contract has been with Kappa where they were collaborating together for over 20 years. Below you can see the manufacturers that have worked on the Juventus strip since 1979.
• Kappa – 1979 to 2000
• Lotto – 2000 to 2003
• Nike – 2003 to 2015
• Adidas – 2015 to present
Why Purchase a Juventus Jersey from Soccer Box?
Here at Soccer Box we stock the most recent ranges of the Juve kit and clothing in a variety of adult and kids sizes. Therefore you are guaranteed to find something for your loved one or yourself here today. By browsing through the categories on the side of this page, you will come across previous season’s stock which we often reduce. So keep a look out on our Juventus shop page and grab a bargain!
When placing your order with us, you can choose from our list of rapid worldwide shipping methods. Also, if you are local to our warehouse, there is a collection option available for you to use. Complete your purchase today as the recent Juventus home kits
are such a fan favourite, they are guaranteed to sell out quickly. If you have any queries regarding your order do not hesitate to contact us using the number at the top of the page. And don’t forget to use your discount code below!