Juventus F.C.

The Juventus F.C. video archive contains footage from Serie A's premier club. Along with this exceptional football content, the archive exemplifies the club's underlying purpose - to provide supporters with the highest level of enjoyment possible by continuing a winning tradition.

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-The Italian word Juventus means “youth”.

- The club has been wildly successful throughout its history, which is why it is considered a symbol of the country's “Italianness”, locally known as Italianita.

-The black and white strips, that today is primarily associated more with Juventus than any other football club, actually has its background in England and one of the first football clubs, Notts County.

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The club’s underlying purpose is to provide supporters with the highest level of enjoyment possible by continuing a winning tradition that has been established during a glorious history spanning over 100 years.

Among the main principles are the desire to promote ethics in sport and bridge the gap between the professional and business side of football, while maintaining the utmost respect towards fans and all sport enthusiasts.

 1897-1971 | A legend is born: Juventus was founded on 1 November 1897, the club’s first President was Enrico Canfari, the first ground was Piazza d’Armi (Parade Ground) and the side started out wearing pink.

1971-1989 | Boniperti era: A successful period in Juve’s history which saw them lift nine Scudetto trophies, celebrate their first European success with the 1977 UEFA Cup, the 1984 Cup Winners’ Cup and the Champions League.

1990-2004 | Juve on top of the world: In 1990, Giampiero Boniperti handed the presidential reins over to Mr Vittorio Caissotti di Chiusano and, three years later, Juventus clinched their third UEFA Cup, but had also experienced a barren run on the domestic front, prompting renovation.

2004-2010 | Rebirth: The real turning point came on 19 May 2010 as Andrea Agnelli became president of the club and began to write a new chapter in the Juventus history books.

2010-2015 | Return to success: The arrival of Andrea Agnelli brought widespread changes across all levels of the club as work began by restructuring the Board of Directors and Giuseppe Marotta was recruited to oversee the sporting department and assume the role of CEO.

2015-2017 | #Hi5tory and #Le6end: Senior squad members Gianluigi Buffon and Patrice Evra called for change and for the group’s true, winning character to re-emerge, resulting in 2 record breaking campaigns.