Juventus full history from the beginning of standing to the present

Juventus is one of the first football clubs in Turin, Italy. Nicknamed I Bianconeri, Juve is famous as the best club in Italy by being a collector of Champions Serie A winners or the most scudetto. Juventus is also one of the biggest clubs in both Europe and the world. The club also has a long history since it was established until now so it was a very successful club. Here is Juventus ‘ historical info from the beginning of the form, the Golden Age until Juve in the modern era is now complete the latest update.
History of Juventus
Early established and Jersey colors

Juventus was first established in 1897, precisely on November 1, 1897. The club was originally named Sport-Club Juventus and was first created by students from a Turin school named Massimo D’azeglio Lyceum. Only 2 years later the club was renamed to Foot-Ball Club Juventus. In 1900, Juve joined the Italian football competition. In the early forms, Juventus used pink and black jersey costumes. But later it turned into a black-and-white color as it now, inspired by English club Notts County.

In 1905, Juventus won the national competition for the first time. At the time, Juve Stadium was the Velodrome Umberto I. Split had occurred in 1906 when some staff Juve left the club and formed a new club which is now known as FC Torino. The second match is referred to as the Turin derby or Derby della Mole.

Domination in the Italian league

In 1923, Juve was acquired by the owner of FIAT, Edoardo Agnelli. Ownership by the Agnelli family survives today. Juve also has a stable financial condition and developed into one of the best clubs in Italy. The club was also the first professional club in Italy with the number of fanbases scattered throughout Italy. In the 30s, Juve received 5 consecutive Serie A titles as well as producing national players who had a role in the Italian football team’s success as the 1934 and 1938 World Cup champions.

After World War II, Juventus continued to dominate the Italian league. In the 50s, Juve was famous for the trio of talented attackers, namely Giampiero Boniperti, Omar Sivori and John Charles. Juventus then became the first club to receive 10 Serie A titles and was entitled to a 1-star symbol in the club’s logo. They succeeded in winning the first double winners in Juventus ‘ History in 1959. Although he had been in the 60s with only one league champion, however, Juve rose back in the 70s.

Under the care of coach Giovanni Trapattoni and key players such as Roberto Bettega and Gaetano Scirea, Juventus again dominated the Italian league in the 70s. The first European title was won by the UEFA Cup in 1977. Trapattoni continued his success with Juventus in the 1980s. Juve won the 20th Serie A title and was entitled to use 2 stars in the club logo.
Two Champions league titles

Juventus won the UEFA Champions League Trophy (then called European Cup) for the first time in 1985. Juve defeated Liverpool at the Finall, more remembered for the Heysel tragedy. The key players of Juve in the early 80s, among others, were Paolo Rossi and Michel Platini. Rossi was successful so the best player of the World Cup 1982 and Platini won the Ballon D’or Trophy 3 years in a row.

Juventus achieved a unique record, where they became the only club in Europe to be champion in all continental competitions in both Europe and the world. In the late 80s, Juventus had been caught mainly by the rise of Napoli through Diego Maradona or AC Milan through the Dutch trio. Juventus moved to the new stadium, Delle Alpi from 1990.

The 90s was a moment of Juventus revival. The second Champions league title was won under the direction of coach Marcello Lippi, in the year 1996. Juve even passed to the Champions League final 2 consecutive seasons after that, although 2 times also had to be satisfied so the runner up. The key players of Juve in the late 90s were Gianluca Vialli, Ciro Ferrara, Filippo Inzaghi, Antonio Conte, Zinedine Zidane and the iconic club Alessandro Del Piero. Del Piero became the most performing player and scored the most goals in Juventus ‘ history.
2000s and Calciopoli scandal

The early 2000s lived in Juventus for several times in the Italian Champions League. I Bianconeri also broke the record transfer of the world’s most expensive goalkeeper while purchasing Gianluigi Buffon from Parma in 2001. Juve was once again qualified for the Champions League final of 2003, but lost to AC Milan in his fellow Italian club finals. Lippi is also one of the most successful coaches in Juventus ‘ history.

The dark Era struck Juventus in the year 2006. Juventus was charged in the case of a Calciopoli scandal that rocked Italian football. As a result, two championship titles at Juve in 2005 and 2006 were stripped. Not only that, Juventus had to receive a penalty for relegation to Serie B for the first time in the history of Juventus did not play in the Italian Serie A league.

Juve’s degrading impact was that many club star players moved to other clubs, such as Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Lilian Thuram, Fabio Cannavaro, Emerson and Patrick Vieira. However, there were a number of star players who remained loyal and loyal to Serie B with Juventus. They are Alessandro Del Piero, Gianluigi Buffon, Pavel Nedved, David Trezeguet and Mauro Camoranesi. Juventus went straight to Serie B champions and promoted back to Serie A.
6 Consecutive Serie A Champions

After the promotion, Juventus ‘ achievement in the Italian league was still losing to the dominance of Inter-Milan between 2007 and 2010. Juve has also alternated from the coach, but the trophy never came. The 2011-12 season became Juventus ‘ awakening season. Previously, Juve was led by new President Andrea Agnelli who later recruited coach Antonio Conte. Juve also inaugurated the Juventus Stadium’s new stadium in the early 2011-12 season.

In that season, Juve successfully became the Serie A champion without unbeaten. Juventus became the first Italian club to receive an unbeatable scudetto in the form of 20 clubs with a record of a little conceded. Juve’s achievements under coach Conte continued to be champion in 2013 and 2014. Conte then withdrew from the trainer’s position and was succeeded by Massimiliano Allegri.

Allegri was able to continue Conte’s success with Juventus to win 3 Italian league titles again. Total Juventus received 6 Serie A champions in A row, the record for the most consecutive champions in Italian league history. Allegri also managed to bring La Vechia Signora to three consecutive Coppa Italia titles meaning that Juventus received three consecutive double winners.

At the European level, Juventus successfully showed its taj’s. Juve successfully progressed to the Champions League finals in 2015 and 2017, but they had to be satisfied so the runner up was defeated by Barcelona and Real Madrid. The defence line became the key to Juventus ‘ success in the era, thanks to goalkeepers and captains Gianluigi Buffon and the BBC trio (Barzagli-Bonucci-Chiellini). Midfield in this era also reinforced a number of world-class players such as Andrea Pirlo, Paul Pogba, Arturo Vidal, Claudio Marchisio, Miralem Pjanic and Sami Khedira.

Meanwhile, names such as Carlos Tevez, Gonzalo Higuain and Paolo Dybala fill the Juventus front line in this period. Juventus remained the most successful club in Italy and was entitled to install 3 stars in the club logo for being the Serie A champion for more than 30 times.