Juventus Stadium, also known as Allianz Stadium for sponsoring purposes, has a capacity of 41,507 spectators. It is an all-seater football stadium, located in the city of Turin, Italy. The stadium is home of Serie A club Juventus FC since the 2011-12 season. It was built on the site of former stadium Stadio delle Alpi. Alongside Stadio Friuli and Mapei Stadium, respective homes of Udinese and Sassuolo, the Juventus stadium is one of only three club-owned stadiums in Italian Serie A.
Allianz Stadium – Juventus FC
Corso Gaetano Scirea, 50, Turin, Italy
Juventus Stadium numbers and facts
The stadium was inaugurated in 2011 during a friendly match between Juventus FC and Notts County on September 8th of 2011. The match ended on a 1-1 draw. Shortly after, Juventus host Parma for the first official match. Stephan Lichtsteiner scored the first official goal at the new stadium.
- Capacity: 41.507
- Pitch size: 105 m x 68 m
- Minimum distance between first row and pitch: 7.5m
- Executive Suits: 84
- Car spaces: 4.000
- Owner: Juventus Football Club
- Sponsor: Allianz
Juventus Stadium seating plan
Check the seating categories at the Juventus stadium :
Video Juventus stadium
We have found this great video on youtube. It was recorded at the Juventus Stadium and uploaded in August 2016, for the first match of the 2016/17 season. What an incredible players’ introduction with second to none lighting effects ! We hope you like it as much as we do.
2023-2024 Season ticket info
The calendar for the 2023-2024 season matches at Juventus stadium will be confirmed by mid-July 2023. The season will start by August 2023 and may end in May 2024. If you want to be informed of the calendar and ticket prices for the 2023-2024 season Juventus matches, then make sure to join our Juventus ticket waiting list. As soon as the league confirms the fixtures for the 2023-2024 Serie A season, we will send you all the necessary information for the purchase of your Juventus tickets.