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Juventus 2018 Shirts



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, needing something to do, 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 Stadio Delle Alpi, Strada di Altessano, Torino.

Record goalscorer wearing the Turin team´s colours was Giampiero Boniperti with 179 goals, he is also the player with the highest number of appearances for the club with 444. Other iconic players to play for Juve include Alessandro Del Piero, Gianluigi Buffon, Gaetano Scirea, Dino Zoff, Roberto Bettega, David Trezeguet and Roberto Baggio.

Juventus Football Club are most notably known for being the most successful Italian club in terms of Serie A titles where they last won the 2013-14 Serie A making it their 30th league title. Nicknamed 'Juve' they wear black and white striped shirts manufactured by Nike and sponsored by Jeep. The away shirt is all blue and yellow. The club are arguably the most popular club in Italy along with AC Milan, Inter Milan, AS Roma and Napoli.

Champions League Kits

Italian club Juventus have won the European Cup and Champions League on two occasions in 1985 and 1996. The club have been ever present in other European competitions winning one Cup Winners Cup, three UEFA Cup, one Intertoto Cup and two Super Cup titles. The side that won the 1995-96 Champions League was managed by Marcello Lippi and included several big name players including Didier Deschamps, Alessandro Del Piero, Antonio Conte, Fabrizio Ravanelli, Paulo Sousa and Angelo Di Livio.

Last season's runners up Juventus were pooled in Group D in the 2015/16 Champions League group stage along with Manchester City FC, Sevilla FC, and VfL Borussia Mönchengladbach. The Serie A champions have been issued a royal looking third kit of black and gold which is one of the best looking strips od the season. Juventus' trademark black & white stripes are issued to their adidas home shirt, whilst a bold pink colour-way adorns their away shirt.

Last season's runners up Juventus were pooled in Group D in the 2015/16 Champions League group stage along with Manchester City FC, Sevilla FC, and VfL Borussia Mönchengladbach. The Serie A champions have been issued a royal looking third kit of black and gold which is one of the best looking strips od the season. Juventus' trademark black & white stripes are issued to their adidas home shirt, whilst a bold pink colour-way adorns their away shirt.

The 2014-15 season would see Juventus issued a lime green third kit for use in away fixtures within the Champions League, whilst the club's iconic black and white striped home shirt were used for home matches. 'The Old Lady' played in Group A in the 2014-15 Champions League group stage along with Olympiacos, Atletico Madrid and Malmo FF. The group stage would see Juventus squeeze into the round of 16 after finishing in 2nd place and just a single point above Olympiacos, which saw them rewarded with a tie against BVB Dortmund of whom they routinely overcame with a 5-1 win over both legs. Successive victories over French side Monaco and then Spanish giants Real Madrid would see Juventus reach the final in Berlin against Barcelona who outplayed the Italians in a 1-3 loss.

Juventus finished third in Group B of the 2013-14 Champions League group stage behind eventual champions Real Madrid and Galatasaray. Juventus then played in the Europa League beating Trabzonspor, Fiorentina and Lyon to reach the semi-finals. Juventus lost to Benfica 1-2 on aggregate.

Juventus finished third in Group B of the 2013-14 Champions League group stage behind eventual champions Real Madrid and Galatasaray. Juventus then played in the Europa League beating Trabzonspor, Fiorentina and Lyon to reach the semi-finals. Juventus lost to Benfica 1-2 on aggregate.

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