The Juventus Stadium
«Juventus has always been a gorgeous painting, and a gorgeous painting needs an astonishing frame such as this one.»
Our trip starts quoting Alessandro Del Piero and his idea about the Juventus Stadium. The stadium was built on the site of Juventus and Torino former home, the Stadio delle Alpi. It was opened at the start of the 2011/12 season, and has a capacity of 41,000 spectators. The first match played was a friendly against the world's oldest professional football club, Notts County, on 8 september 2011. The construction project aimed to ensure low enviromental impact, via the use of advanced sustainable technologies. . The stadium can produce the electricity it needs using solar energy through photovoltaic panels. These alternative energy sources are aimed at helping the stadium meet the criteria dictated by the Kyoto protocol. All the concrete from the old Stadio delle Alpi demolition have been separated and re-used for the new building, other materials have been divided and recycled.
The stadium includes 3,600 premium seats and 64 sky boxes. Services for the club include reserved entrance to the stadium, luxury armchairs with personal LCD televisions, exclusive restaurants, bars, lounges, finger food at half time and after the game, reserved parking. The Juventus Premium Club is the Juventus corporate hospitality project, expecially dedicated to those companies whishing to entertain their clients and partners. In addition, the stadium houses a 34,000 square meters shopping complex opennevery day and parking space for 4,000 vehicles. The Juventus Museum is located nearby.