Enjoy a complete schedule of all televised and streamed Juventus Matches on TV for the 2019/2020 season. Apart from domestic competitions, Juventus will also be participating in the UEFA Champions League.
Inter v Juventus
Juventus v Bologna
Sampdoria v Juventus
Juventus v Roma
SSC Napoli v Juventus
Juventus v Crotone
Hellas Verona v Juventus
Juventus Football Club is one of Italy's oldest and most prestigious football clubs. The club was founded in Turin by a group of students in 1897. It was initially named Sport-Club Juventus until a name change in 1899. In 1900, Juventus joined the Italian Football Championship.
Juventus have been participating in the championship, which is now known as Serie A, uninterruptedly since then! In 1905, they won the championship for the first time, and have been kicking butt ever since! Every TV sport fan should tune in to watch Juventus on TV!
La Vecchia Giovane
Although this team's name comes from the Latin word for 'youth', they're nicknamed 'La Vecchia Signora', meaning 'The Old Lady'. How odd is that, huh? However, they're anything but odd on the field, as they're one of the best teams around! Let's see why!
Kit, Crest and Colours
Originally, Juventus played in pink shirts with black ties, until they changed their uniform to their iconic black-and-white striped shirts with white shorts in 1903! Whilst their kit and colours haven't changed since 1903, the same can't be said of their crest.
The crest used between 1990 to 2004 was a black-and-white striped coat-of-arms bearing the team name in the middle, and surrounded by a gold band. It had 2 golden stars on top, a golden mural crown and a golden shield with Turin's municipal symbol: the charging bull.
The crest used from 2004 to 2017 used the same format, but made the crown and shield into silhouettes, removed the stars and added a golden arc under the team name. The current badge is much simpler; it contains the team name in capitals and 2 large capital Js below it.
Juventus have moved a lot over the years; in their first 2 years, they played at Parco del Valentino and Parco Cittadella. Afterwards, they played in Piazza d'Armi Stadium until 1908. Then, in 1909, they moved to Corso Sebastopoli Camp, where they played until 1922.
In 1923, they moved to Corso Marsiglia Camp till 1933, where they moved to Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino for 57 years! After that, in 1990, they moved to Stadio delle Alpi. They moved once more in 2006 to Stadio Olimpico, until 2011, where they moved to their very own Juventus Stadium!
The legendary Cristiano Ronaldo has joined the ranks of this wondrous team and has been scoring goals like it's nobody's business! Then there's Paulo Dybala who has proven himself to be a valuable asset to the team! These players should make Serie A on TV and Champions League on TV all the more exhilarating!
Juventus must be swimming in honours! In fact, they've won 66 official competitions, including winning the Serie A 34 times, the Coppia Italia 13 times, and the Supercoppa Italiana 8 times! Moreover, they hold the record of winning the Serie A 7 times in a row!
This team is partly why football is such an exciting sport on TV today, and we bet you can't wait to start supporting them! But, when is Juventus on TV, you ask? We suggest checking Juventus TV listings to make sure you catch Juventus on live stream whenever you can!