Juventus Stadium (Turin)

Juventus Stadium

Juventus Stadium (currently known as the Allianz Stadium for sponsorship reasons) is the home of one the most successful clubs in Italian football, Juventus F.C. The club are just one of several in Italian football to own their home stadium.

The stadium opened in 2011 on the site of the club’s former home, the Stadio delle Alpi which they shared with local rivals Torino. The old stadium was only built in 1990 to host matches at that year’s FIFA World Cup, however it was considered too large (with a capacity of 69,000) and spectators were too far from the pitch, due to the athletics track.

Given its unpopularity, the club purchased the old stadium from the local council in 2002 and began its demolition in 2008. They returned 3 years later at the 41,507 capacity Juventus Stadium on the 8th September 2011, playing a friendly with English club Notts County given the historic ties between the two.

The venue hosted the 2014 UEFA Europa League final in which Sevilla defeated Benfica on penalties, after initially playing out a 0-0 draw.

It is also due to be one of the two venues of the 2021 UEFA Nations League Finals and host the 2022 UEFA Women’s Champions League Final.

Tenants: Juventus F.C. (Serie A)

Opened: 2011

Capacity: 41,507

Address: Corso Gaetano Scirea, 50, 10151 Torino TO, Italy



Tickets at Juventus Stadium

Juventus regularly sell out their home matches so it is recommended to purchase tickets as soon as they go on sale, which is usually 2 weeks beforehand. The latest ticket information and booking is available through the official website here.


Location & Travel to Juventus Stadium

Juventus Stadium

Juventus Stadium is located approximately 6 kilometres north of Turin’s city centre, in northern Italy.

Airport: Turin Airport is located 16 kilometres north of the city, offering flights across Europe. You can catch a train from the airport to reach the city. Alternatively, the larger Milan Malpensa Airport is just over 100 kilometres away and has a greater number of services across the continent.

Thinking of going to Turin? Search & book your flights through Skyscanner here.

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Bus: On matchdays, a shuttlebus (line 9) runs from metro station Bernini. On non-matchdays, you can take bus lines 62, 72, 75 and VE1 from the city centre.

Driving & Parking: The stadium is located just south of the Tangenziale ring road. There are 4,000 parking spaces available at the stadium, costing €10 per match and can be booked in advance here.

Train: The Torino Porta Nuova is the main railway station in Turin and offers a number of services across Italy. The city’s second station is Torino Porta Susa which also has services across the country but also to France. Both stations are about 5 kilometres away from the stadium, take the metro in the direction of Fermi and get off at Bernini to utilise the shuttle bus as above.

Thinking of catching a train to Turin? Search and book your journey through the Trainline here.


Where to stay in Turin

Use TripAdvisor to find some great places to stay in Turin by clicking here.


Juventus Stadium Tour & Museum

Tours of Juventus Stadium take place every day of the week, except for Tuesday’s. The combi ticket which also includes access to the Juventus Museum costs €25 for Adults, €20 for Under 16s/Concessions and Free for Under 6s. Further information and booking is available here.


Further Information & Events

Juventus Official Website

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