Juventus Logo – The Juventus FC, known simply by its name Juventus, or popularly as Juve is a club football in Italy with headquarters in the city of Turin, capital of the region of Piedmont. Founded on 1 November 1897 under the name “Sport Club Juventus’ by a group of local students. Currently participates in the top professional Italian football (known from 1929 Series A), in which has passed most of its history with the sole exception of the 2006-07 season.
The origin of the club, from the journalistic point of view, is shrouded in mystery since the late nineteenth century the sport was not sufficiently widespread in the country to justify the interest of the press. In fact, the only document that made reference to the origins of Juventus with sufficient certainty was published in its institutional magazine on December 26, 1915. The club colors are identified by white and black, who used his uniform since 1903. The local club exercised in the Juventus Stadium, which has a capacity or total capacity for 41,000 spectators and dimensions of 105×68 meters.
Historically it is the most successful club in Italy and at the same time one of the most successful and renowned clubs in the world. The club Juventus was the first Italian and Southern Europe to win the UEFA Cup (1976-77 season), European club is the fourth and seventh in the world with as many official titles won in the international arena, November and is also the first club in European football history to win three major competitions organized by the Union European Football Associations (today is one of only three to do so by the Ajax Amsterdam and Bayern Munich) and the first club in the world, and only to the present, to win all competitions confederations and the title interclub world.
In 2009, he was recognized as the best club of the twentieth century Italian and second at the European level during the same period by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics, an institution recognized by FIFA. Their traditional rivals are Torino Football Club with which disputes the Turin Derby and Inter Milan, club before which the dispute referred to the Italian Derby. Linked to the Industrial Agnelli family from the 1920’s, was part of the Turin club, as a founding member of the European Club Association (formerly G-14 ), an international organization which brought together the most important and influential clubs Europe.