Juventus Champions League tickets (2022/23)

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The UEFA Champions League is the most watched cup competition in club football in which the best teams including Juventus from across Europe play for the chance to lift the Champions League Trophy (Coupe des Clubs Champions Européens) at the end of the season. Find and buy Juventus Champions League tickets from our inventory list and get your UEFA Champions League tickets at the best prices from the safest websites and see all the games from the Juventus Stadium in Turin and elsewhere.
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Juventus is definitely one of the most successful Italian teams in Europe and playing in the UEFA Champions League is expected by the management, fans and their own tradition. They used to play in Delle Alpi but have their own stadium, Juventus Stadiym which has often been full with more than 41,000 fans creating daunting atmosphere for any of their oppositions in their European fixtures since 2011.

La Vecchia Signora have had stars in each era but not all of them have been lucky enough to make notable contribution in the Champions League. The Fench legend Michael Platini, Marco Tardelli, Paulo Rossi, Zbigniew Boniek, Antonio Cabrini, Scirea, Antonio Conte, Gianluca Vialli, Fabrizio Ravanelli, Angelo Peruzzi and last but not least, Alessandro Del Piero are some of those who were fortunate to lift the trophy.

Apart from the star-studded squad, there have been always great names behind it. Giovanni Trappatoni and Marcello Lippi are certainly two of the best managers in Italian football, and happened to be the ones who led them win the titles.

Top Achievements in the competition

Juventus may be one of the European elites but have only managed to win twice so far. They just clinched the trophy in 1985 and 1996. Their first title was more famous for its tragedy at Heysel Stadium than the game itself. Juventus defeated the defending champions back then, Liverpool, through Michael Platini’s penalty. Their second one was even tougher. Yet, penalties once again helped them to beat another defending Champions, Ajax on a shootout.

Unfortunately, in the other seven chances, Juventus were unable to capitalise their dream. The first one was in 1973 but Ajax thumped them 1-0.Ten years later, Hamburg defeated them 1-0. Next, in 1997 another German team, Borussia Dortmund dismantled the Italian side 3-1, followed by Real Madrid a year later. After that, in 2003, their Italian fellow, AC Milan buried their ambition by winning a penalty shootout. Meanwhile, in the next two finals, two La Liga giants, Barcelona and Real Madrid, trashed them respectively in 2015 and 2017.

Iconic Moments in the Champions League

There have been some Iconic Moments for the club in this European top flight competition but their first debut in 1958/59 was definitely not one of them as their campaign ended instantly at the first round. Their first moment of glory came in a paradoxical way. They beat Liverpool through Platini’s penalty but lots of their fans became the victims of Heysel tragedy. Their next one was a better one as they proved their quality in the ideal final of 1996. Ajax was the reigning champions under Louis Van Gaal while Juventus had its peak in 1990s guided by Marcelo Lippi. Fabrizio Ravanelli opened the scoring but Jari Litmanen equalised. Angelo Peruzzi played his role for their second trophy on penalties.

Sadly, their terrible moments are more than the victorious ones. The most bitter ones were probably in 1997, 1998 and 2003 finals. In the late 1990s, Led by Zinedine Zidane, Juventus were the favourites in those finals but lost to the underrated Dortmund in Munich and the unexpected Real Madrid which was not even at their best form, compared to the superior Los Blancos in 2017. In 2003, the seemingly dull match in all Italian final ended in their disappointment due to AC Milan’s Dida’s impressive form between the sticks.

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