Team manager: Massimiliano Allegri
Team stadium: Juventus Stadium
Team captain: Gianluigi "Gigi" Buffon
Number of championships: Seria A (Italy's First Division) – 31 times, Serie B (Second Division) – 2 times.
Number of Cup wins: Coppa Italia – 10 times; Supercoppa Italiana – 6 times; UEFA Cup Winners Cup – 1 time; UEFA Cup – 3 times; UEFA Intertoto Cup – 1 time; UEFA Supercup  - 2 times; Intercontinental Cup – 2 times;
UEFA Champions League wins: 2 times.
Formed in: 1897
Nickname:  Juve, La Vecchia Seniora, La Fidanzate d'Italia, I bianconeri, Le Zebre, La Signora Omicidi, La Goeba.
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Juventus History

Juventus FC, often shortened to "Juve", are an Italian professional football club located in Turin, Piedmont, Italy. They have a number of nicknames, which include "Le Zebre" meaning "The Zebras", as their home kit is typically black and white in colour. 

Background to Juventus

Juventus was founded in 1897 by a group of students from a school in Turin, who named themselves "Sport Club Juventus" (originally an athletics club), making Juve the third oldest football club in Italy. But, a few years later in 1899, the club renamed and became Football Club Juventus.

Juventus' first appearance in the Italian championship was in 1900 and spent a few years establishing the club and building a reputation. They gained their first ever victory in 1905, when they won Italian Football Championship.

The team's second championship victory was in 1925-26, and during the 1930s it became the first Italian professional football club and a one of the nation's leading teams, as it won five Italian Championships in a row. After WWII, the team won twice more, in 1949-50 and 1951-52.

The club achieved its first "double" in 1958-59, winning both the Serie A and Coppa Italia.

During the 1970s the team focused on strengthening its position in Italian football. By the 1980s it had won 20 Italian league titles, with two Juve players winning the title "European Footballer of the Year" for several consecutive years: Paolo Rossi (1982) and Michel Platini (1983 to 1985). In 1985, the club became the first to win all three major European competitions; and as it also won the Intercontinental Cup that year, it also became and first club in football history to win all confederation competitions and a club world title.

The next ten years were markedly less successful for the team, but in the mid-1990s the club regained its dominance, winning the Serie A in 1994-95, 1996-97 and 1997-98, as well as the UEFA Super Cup and the Intercontinental Cup in 1996.

In the early 2000s, the club won several more Serie A titles, however in 2006 it was linked to the Italian football scandal, which resulted in the club being stripped of its 2005 and 2006 titles and relegated to the Serie B for the first time in club history.

It wasn't long until the team climbed back up to the Serie A, in 2007-08, and regained its position in Italian and European football after winning the Serie A for four seasons in a row from 2011-12 to 2014-15 and being a runner-up in 2014-14 UEFA Champions League.

What is Juventus' Most Successful Period?

Juventus' most successful period was the 1980s, when the team established themselves as a force to be reckoned with, with individual achievements for players, as well as winning 11 titles. These include:
  • Italian Football Championship/Serie A: 1980–81, 1981–82, 1983–84, 1985–86
  • Coppa Italia: 1982–83, 1989–90
  • UEFA Champions League: 1984–85
  • UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: 1983–84
  • UEFA Cup: 1989–90
  • European Super Cup/UEFA Super Cup: 1984
  • Intercontinental Cup: 1985

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