How to get Juventus tickets for the 2018/19 seasonJuly 11, 2018
The Old Lady of Italian football is one of Europe’s biggest clubs.
And now it has one of the world’s biggest stars plying his trade in Turin in the shape of Cristiano Ronaldo.
With a huge amount of talent including the likes of Paulo Dybala, Gonzalo Higuain, Emre Can and Miralem Pjanic they are also top of many fan’s bucket lists when it comes to watching football abroad.
The Italian champions are likely to retain their title in the 2018/19 season and fans are expected to flock to the Juventus Stadium to watch the side.
How to get Juventus tickets
Tickets are available for 19 home games a season but remember that the Italian Serie A also has a two-week winter break where no fixtures are played.
Unfortunately, the Juventus website is in Italian and you have to join to buy tickets. Ticket sales are usually releases around two weeks before the game and they can sell out quickly.
Head to Juventus.com for more information.
A simpler way to book tickets is via a football trip provider, who will be able to book hotels alongside your match day ticket.
Websites such as Wowcher and Living Social usually have two- and three-night deals with a match ticket once the season begins.
The Juventus Stadium
The Juventus Stadium, thanks to sponsorship agreement, is now known as the Allianz Stadium. It can hold 41,500 fans and was opened in 2011 to replace the iconic Stadio delle Alpi.
The new home of Juventus is state-of-the-art and, despite its reduced capacity, has been a good home for the club.
It also includes the J-Museum, a historic collection of all things Juventus, as well as shopping centres and other things to do as part of the stadium tour.
You can book a stadium tour here.
Juventus FC fixtures
Juventus’ Serie A fixtures will be announced on the 20 July for the 2018/19 season. The club will also be taking part in the International Champions Cup, a pre-season tournament held in the US.