Juventus Football Club are most notably known for being one of the most successful Italian club in terms of Serie A titles. Nicknamed ‘Bianconeri’ they wear black and white striped shirts manufactured by adidas and sponsored by Jeep. The away shirt has seen blue, white, black, yellow, and pink iterations. The club are arguably the most popular club in Italy along with AC Milan, Inter Milan, AS Roma and Napoli.
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Juventus’ traditional kit is a black and white vertically striped shirt similar to some English teams and similar to other Italian teams inspired by the English. However, the original design used in Juventus’ formative years was a pink shirt with black shorts. This has sometimes been reprised in official away kits; however Juventus’ black and white is an institution in Italy and instantly recognisable as the Bianconeri and the Old Lady of Italian sports.
Juventus 23/24 Home Kit
Nicknamed the Zebra, the Juventus adidas 2023/24 home shirt sees the iconic black and white stripes applied with a fuzzy edges, making them look like the aforementioned animal’s coat. The bespoke design does have that furry look even when viewed for afar. What is further striking is the inclusion of a ‘Bold Gold’ yellow accent that flows through the logos, side panels and template shoulder stripes.
2022/23 Juventus Home Shirt
Juventus provided another modern interpretation of the classic striped design for their 2022/23 adidas home shirt. While the overall look seemed traditional, there was much more activity on the makeup of the stripes, thanks to lines of alternating regular and inverted triangles that comprised each design element. As such, the side edges produced a ragged pointy effect. The story behind the use of triangles was that they were the five sides of a star, a symbol for the countless magical moments that happened inside the team’s standium since 2011.
2021/22 Juventus Home Shirt
Moving away from modern renditions like the 2019/20 half-and-half design and the 2020/21 brushstrokes, Juventus brings back the classic solid stripe pattern favoured by the purists for their 2021/22 black and white home shirt. The choice of donning a classic look relates to the 10th anniversary of Juve moving from the old Stadio delle Alpi to the Allianz Stadium.
A narrower profile of the striped design applies to the shoulders, making the adidas-trademark design element even more visible. The Condivo 21 collar and the sleeve cuffs are white with black pipings. Looking at the backside, only the bottom fifth is covered with the iconic pattern, while the rest goes all white. The shirt also adds the 4XE logo below the JEEP branding. 4XE is Jeep’s hybrid technology.
2020/21 Juventus Home Shirt
La Vecchia Signora has always been associated with black and white stripes and for this reason alone, Juventus fans have been understandably divided with the absence of such iconic design in their 2019-2020 home kit. But surely, the 2020-2021 season is something they can look forward to now as Juventus reverts to the Old Lady’s traditional home kit look as it performs a cultural refresh.
The predominantly white new home kit now features four black brushstrokes running down the main body panel, with its broad width possibly symbolizing Juventus’ empathy towards their fans? affinity with the iconic stripes. The brushstrokes are the obvious highlight of the new kit as they are also present on the sleeves as well as on the back part of the shoulders, emphasizing the essence of being a bianconeri supporter.
Complementing the return of the iconic black strips is a triplet of gold lines that run down either side of the body panel. Gold is also the colour of the main sponsor ‘JEEP’ branding, with the relatively young ‘JJ’ team crest and Adidas striped pyramid having a brighter shade on the left and right chest respectively. The kit is v-necked with narrow-cuffed sleeves.
Children’s Juventus Kit
Juventus’ academy have a strong history of producing and developing youth talents. Gianmpero Boniperti the clubs second highest goal scorer spent his whole career at the club.
Since producing replica shirts kids have worn popular player shirts including Alessandro Del Piero, Pavel Nedved, Gianluigi Buffon, David Trezeguet, Claudio Marchisio, Fabio Cannavaro, Mauro Camoranesi, Lilian Thuram, Gianluca Zambrotta, Edgar Davids and Zinedine Zidane.
Juventus Goalkeeper Shirts
Juventus’ goalkeeping shirts have been a series of different colours. The most common colours include green, blue, yellow and black. The club have had many goalkeeping legends play for the club including Dino Zoff, Gianluigi Buffon, Gianpiero Combi, Stefano Tacconi and Roberto Anzolin.
Men’s Juventus Shirt
Juventus wear black and white shirts for their home games, a shirt that has seen many triumphs on the European stage and in domestic competition including the Italian league championship (lo scudetto). Their black and white striped was first introduced at the club after they had borrowed it from one of the oldest football clubs in the world, Notts County in England. The Italian outfit have several world class footballers in their roster including Andrea Pirlo, Gianluigi Buffon, Arturo Vidal, Claudio Marchisio and Sebastian Giovinco.
Juventus Football Club was formed in 1897. The story goes that a group of young students from Liceo D’Azeglio in Turin needed something to do and decided to start a sports club with the aim of playing football, a sport started in Great Britain but developing fast in Europe. Today Juventus is a major professional club who play their home games at the Juventus Stadium in the Vallette borough of Turin, Italy.
Record goalscorer wearing the Turin team’s colours is Alessandro del Piero with 290 goals. He is also the player with the highest number of appearances for the club with 705. Other iconic players to play for Juve include Gianluigi Buffon, Gaetano Scirea, Dino Zoff, Roberto Bettega, David Trezeguet and Roberto Baggio.