Known as the ‘Old Lady of Turin’, Juventus are one of Europe’s most illustrious football clubs. Located in the Vallette borough of the city, the club’s Allianz Stadium was built in 2011 on the site of the old Stadio delle Alpi and has a capacity of just over 41,500. Despite Juventus’ global appeal, with a fan base stretching from Turin to Calcutta, they have often struggled to attract large crowds to their games. Happily, this leaves plenty of tickets available for those keen to tick watching the Old Lady off their bucket list.
A view of Juventus’s Allianz Stadium (Photo: EA SPORTS FIFA via Flickr)
The Serie A season begins in August and ends in May, with a 16-day winter break each year. Juventus play 19 home matches a season, with domestic cup games (and often European games too) adding to that figure. If you’re keen to attend a game at the Allianz Stadium, you can see fixture lists for the remainder of the season on the club’s official website and elsewhere online.
Livefootballtickets.com are our recommended choice for buying Juventus tickets online. While prices seem higher than other providers, they tended to offer a larger choice of tickets for a number of games we searched for – although for more prestigious games the choice is rather more limited. Another perk is that the website allows you to buy up to 4 tickets next to each other, with is useful for larger groups wishing to attend a game together. During our searches for games for the remainder of the season, tickets were available for every home fixture, with prices starting at £136 for less prestigious games such as Juventus vs Brescia and Juventus vs Lecce. For extra peace of mind, the website also offers a “150%” money-back guarantee if, for example, you fail to receive your tickets, or can’t access the stadium due to an issue with your tickets.
A good alternative to Live Football Tickets is Viagogo. The company works with a network of suppliers, which resell tickets owned by members that can’t attend certain games. This means Viagogo is actually in hold of the tickets before they resell them, ensuring there’s virtually no risk of you buying fakes. When we searched for Juventus home games, there seemed to be plenty of availability – for example tickets starting at just £72 for Juventus vs Fiorentina and £37 for Juventus vs Brescia. Other benefits include a guarantee that if you book more than one ticket, the seats will be alongside each other, meaning you won’t be separated from your companions.
Season ticket holders are guaranteed a seat for Juventus home games and the next priority goes to official members. However, there are always tickets left over that go on general sale on the official website around 2-4 weeks before the game (this is because the exact date and kick off time are often not confirmed until fairly late in Italy). When booking, a full layout of the stadium is given so you can choose your preferred seat. Tickets can then either be sent to you directly in the post or picked up from the stadium, either prior to or on the day of the game. One negative is that the club doesn’t offer resale tickets for sold out games. The official website is also the best way of getting hospitality tickets, with Juventus offering a range of VIP packages for home games – if you’re willing to pay the premium.