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The team added a third star to their jersey with new kit manufacturers Adidas in addition to the Coppa Italia badge for winning their tenth Coppa Italia the previous season. On 25 April 2016, the club won their fifth straight title (and 32nd overall) since last winning five straight between 1930–31 and 1934–35, after second place Napoli lost to Roma to give Juventus mathematical certainty of the title with three games to spare. After winning only three of their first ten league matches and losing to Sassuolo on 28 October 2015, which left them in 12th place, the team went on a run of 25 matches in which they took 73 points of a possible 75, and secured the title. On 21 May, the club then won the Coppa Italia for the 11th time, and their second straight title, becoming the first team in Italy’s history to complete Serie A and Coppa Italia doubles in back-to-back seasons.


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2015-2016


Champions League


Match Worn Shirt


Morata Alvaro


Did you Know?

Alvaro Morata played two seasons with Juventus F.C. He moved to Juventus for €20 million in 2014, winning the domestic double of Serie A and Coppa Italia in both of his seasons before being bought back for €30 million.

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2015-2016


Match Worn Shirt


Alex Sandro

Things to Know:

PINK is back. After the 1987-1988 season, the 1997-1998 and the 2011-2012 another pink shirt for the Vecchia Signora. This color was the first original shirt’s color of the Juventus’s history together with black. It was back to 1900. Only three after the black and white came up. Inspired by the English team of Notts County.  

Watch the “BE A PANDA” video from Patrice Evra

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2015-2016


Match Worn Shirt


Evra Patrice

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“BE A PANDA”

It was pretty common to see Patrice Evra wearing a panda’s costume or singing and dancing with a panda’s figure on his side. Patrice Evra has finally unveiled his ‘Be a Panda’ scheme, aimed at tackling racism and promoting inclusion. Evra lately shared a dugout video where he explained his aims. “Be a Panda is something really funny but is a serious matter,” Evra says. “It is against racism. It is against bullying. That’s why Be a Panda is black, is white, is Asian and is chubby, because he is eating a lot. I just want to bring my positive energy to everyone. I think we should live happily and we have only one life, so yolo (You only live once) and I love this game”

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2015-2016


Match Worn & Unwashed Shorts


Pogba Paul

Did you Know?

On 8 August 2016, Pogba returned to former club, Manchester United, on a five-year contract for an all-time record for highest football transfer fee at €105 million (£89.3 million) plus bonuses of €5 million, surpassing the former record holder Gareth Bale. Paul Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola, received €27 million when the France midfielder joined Manchester United.


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Champions League


2016-2017


Match Worn & Signed Shirt


Dybala Paulo


Did you Know?

In the season 2017/2017 Juventus re-designed its kit with a different take on the trademark white and black stripes in this season. On 26 July 2016, Juventus signing Gonzalo Higuaín became, at the time, the third highest football transfer of all-time and highest ever transfer for an Italian club, when he signed for €90 million from Napoli. Paul Pogba instead returned to his first club, Manchester United, for an all-time record for highest football transfer fee at €105 million, surpassing the former record holder Gareth Bale. On 17 May 2017, Juventus won their 12th Coppa Italia title in a 2–0 win over Lazio, becoming the first team to win three consecutive championships. Four days later on 21 May, following a 3–0 win over Crotone, Juventus secured their sixth consecutive Serie A title, establishing an all-time record of successive triumphs in the competition.

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On 4 June 2015, Juventus announced the signing of Dybala on a five-year deal for a fee of €32 million (plus €8 million in add-ons). He was assigned the number 21 shirt, previously worn by Andrea Pirlo, who left the club that summer. Following the departure of Paul Pogba to Manchester United in the summer of 2016, Dybala was offered the number 10 jersey by Juventus, although he turned it down, preferring to keep the number 21 jersey that he had worn during his previous season. Following Allegri’s switch to a 4–2–3–1 formation, the 2016–17 season saw Dybala operate in a deeper playmaking role behind the club’s new signing Gonzalo Higuaín, which saw a decrease in his goalscoring output as he took on increasing defensive and creative duties. After struggling to score at the beginning of the season, Dybala scored his first goal of the 2016–17 campaign on 27 September, in a 4–0 away win over Dinamo Zagreb in the Champions League. He scored his first Serie A goal of the season that weekend, on 2 October, in a 3–0 away win over Empoli. On 11 April, Dybala scored two goals in Juventus’s first-leg Champions League quarter-final fixture against Barcelona, helping the club to a 3–0 home victory.[41] On 13 April 2017, Dybala renewed his contract with Juventus until 2022. On 3 June, Dybala started in the 2017 Champions League Final, but Juventus were defeated 4–1 by defending champions Real Madrid, missing out on the treble.


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2016-2017


Match Worn Shirt


Evra Patrice

Things to Know:

On 21 July 2014, Evra joined Serie A club Juventus on a two-year contract. The fee was £1.2 million, which rose to £1.5 million, after Juventus qualified for the 2015–16 UEFA Champions League. On 14 December 2014, he scored his first goal for the club, opening the scoring of a 1–1 home draw to Sampdoria. On 6 June 2015, Evra started for Juventus in the 2015 UEFA Champions League Final as Juventus were defeated 3–1 by Barcelona at Berlin’s Olympiastadion; the match was the fifth Champions League final in which he had appeared, and the defeat meant that he became the first player to lose four Champions League finals. On 25 November 2015, he made his 100th Champions League appearance in a 1–0 home win over Manchester City, becoming the second French player to do so after Thierry Henry. Evra scored a goal in the last match of the 2015–16 Serie A season on 14 May 2016, in a 5–0 home win over Sampdoria, as Juventus celebrated winning the league title for a fifth consecutive time since the 2011–12 season. On 6 June 2016, Evra signed a one-year contract extension with Juventus; the deal included an option for a further extension of one year.

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2016-2017


Champions League


Match Worn Shirt


Hernanes Anderson de Carvalho

Hernanes was used by Adidas to present the new shirt’s style

Things to Know:

The team played the Champions League Final 2016/2017, the 62nd season of Europe’s premier club football tournament organized by UEFA, and the 25th season since it was renamed from the European Champion Clubs’ Cup to the UEFA Champions League. It was played at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, against the title holders Real Madrid, in a repeat of the 1998 final. Real Madrid won the match 4–1 to secure their 12th title in this competition. With this victory, as the defending champions, Real Madrid became the first ever team to successfully defend their title in the Champions League era, and the first to do so since Milan in 1990. On the other hand, Juventus lost a fifth final in a row and a seventh in nine finals reached. The match was a repeat of the 1998 final, making it the eighth repeated final pairing. Real Madrid won the 1998 final 1–0. The 2017 final was the first time since the two teams met in 1998 that both finalists had won either their domestic league or the Champions League the previous season. Juventus reached their ninth final after a 4–1 aggregate win against Monaco to maintain their undefeated record in this season’s competition. Juventus also entered the final with the best defensive record in the 2016–17 Champions League, having conceded only thrice.[11] Previously Juventus won finals in 1985 and 1996, and lost a record six in 1973, 1983, 1997, 1998, 2003 and 2015. This was also their 14th final in all seasonal UEFA competitions, having also played in one Cup Winners’ Cup final (winning in 1984) and four UEFA Cup finals (winning in 1977, 1990 and 1993, and losing in 1995). If they were to lose, Juventus would tie Benfica’s record of five consecutive finals lost. Title holders Real Madrid reached a record 15th final after a 4–2 aggregate win against city rivals Atlético Madrid, knocking them out of the competition for the fourth consecutive season. Real Madrid went into the final as top scorers of the 2016–17 Champions League, having scored 32 goals. This final is their third since 2014, and gives Real a chance to win a record 12th title. Previously they won finals in 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1966, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2014 and 2016, and lost in 1962, 1964 and 1981. This was also their 19th final in all seasonal UEFA competitions, having also played in two Cup Winners’ Cup finals (losing in 1971 and 1983) and two UEFA Cup finals (winning in 1985 and 1986). Real Madrid are looking to be the first team in the Champions League era (since 1993) to win two consecutive finals. Four times prior the previous champions have advanced to the final (Milan in 1995, Ajax in 1996, Juventus in 1997, and Manchester United in 2009), but on all occasions the title holders lost. The two sides had previously met eighteen times in European competitions, all in the European Cup/UEFA Champions League, with a record of eight wins each and two draws. The first meeting between the two sides took place in the 1961–62 European Cup quarter-finals, where Real Madrid beat Juventus 3–1 in a play-off after the two sides exchanged 1–0 away wins. The most recent meeting between the clubs had taken place in the 2014–15 UEFA Champions League semi-finals, where Juventus won 3–2 on aggregate to advance to the 2015 final. Juventus entered the final chasing their first treble of domestic league, domestic cup, and Champions League titles, bidding to become the ninth team to win it. They won the 2016–17 Coppa Italia after defeating Lazio in the final on 17 May, and clinched the 2016–17 Serie A title on 21 May. Real Madrid were chasing the double of domestic league and Champions League titles, having won the 2016–17 La Liga on 21 May, the final day of the season.

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Champions League Final “Cardiff 2017” 


Juventus vs Real Madrid


June 3rd 2017


Match Worn Gloves


Buffon Gianluigi


Did you Know?

On 3 June 2017, Juventus entered a second Champions League Final in three years, and the third final for Buffon, but were defeated 4–1 by defending champions Real Madrid. With his third Champions League final defeat, Buffon became the player with the most Champions League final appearances without a Champions League medal, alongside former Juventus teammates Paolo Montero and Alessio Tacchinardi. He was named in the UEFA Champions League squad of the season for the second time, and the tournament’s best goalkeeper.

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A curious thing about these gloves is that Puma, to celebrate the Champions League Final “Cardiff 2017”, made a special limited edition of 50 pcs. of this model to sell worldwide. While Puma said the gloves were exactly the same of the ones used by Buffon there are instead some slight differences as it happens all the times with player’s items. But what makes this story amazing that on the gloves that Puma put on sale there was an incredible text mistake on the right glove. On Buffon gloves wrist straps there was “Per continuare a sognare” (To Keep Dreaming) printed on. On the gloves on sale the right wrist strap says “Per continuare a sogna” which is an incredible mistake. So we think that player’s gloves and shop’s gloves supposed to be the same but after Puma noticed the mistake sewn a new strap on Buffon’s gloves keeping the shop’s version as they were. That’s why as you can see from the pictures, Buffon used gloves with fabric sewn wrist straps while the shop’s gloves had a regular rubber strap.

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2017-2018


120th Anniversary


Limited Edition Kit


Did you Know?

November 1st 2017 represents the 120th team’s anniversary. Juventus and Adidas mark this anniversary with a limited edition kit – on sale in only 1897 samples worldwide – of the same style which the Bianconeri wore against Benevento. 1897 was the year in which the Bianconeri were founded by a group of students in Turin and is also the number of limited edition kits produced. The design represents a throwback to the club’s kit from the early 50’s. The inside of the neck-line includes a ‘Sign Off’ with the anniversary dates and takes inspiration from the first ever Juventus emblem. There is a modern look to the shirt too: besides the unmistakable black and white stripes, there is a wide back panel on the reverse of the jersey, a feature which has been re-introduced to the Bianconeri’s 2017/2018 shirts. Noticeably the shirt is missing the infamous club crest, instead solely featuring three gold stars. Each star represents 10 league titles and is a symbol which has featured on every club kit since the 1994/95 season. To honour the club’s 120-year anniversary, the sponsor logos have been stitched black-black onto the right chest (adidas and Jeep) and on the back panel (Cygames). The kit was sold, and immediately sold out everywhere in very few hours, in a prestigious box with a limited Certificate of Authenticity to make very very exclusive. The same style of shirt was worn by the team on November 5th against Benevento.

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2017-2018


Gianluigi Buffon “40th Birthday”


Limited Edition Set


Did you Know?

To celebrate the 40th birthday of Juventus’s Captain Gianluigi Buffon, Adidas has designed a brand-new icon: a numbered series of 1111 jerseys, a “Black Edition” of the football shirt that Gigi Buffon wears during the season 2017-2018. This shirt was available for purchase for the first time and only on this exclusive occasion, and the shirt was a unique collectible jersey, identical to the one used on the football field by Buffon with the size written in numbers instead of letters, a subtle but distinctive detail. The shirt is carefully packaged inside a custom “Black Pack”, featuring the Juventus logo in gold lettering and containing a special card with a quote from Buffon and his printed signature.January 28th 1978 has officially become a date in Juventus’ history, a day that our Club will never forget: Happy Birthday Gigi!

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2017-2018


Juventus vs Bologna


Special FIGC 120th Anniversary Badge


Match Worn Shirt


Dybala Paulo

Did you Know?

In the season 2017/2018 Dybala was confirmed to wear the number 10 shirt for Juventus following players like Omar Sivori, Michel Platini, Alessandro Del Piero and Carlos Tevez. Dybala was named one of the three finalists for the Forward of the 2016–17 UEFA Champions League season award. He placed sixth in the 2017 UEFA Best Player of the Year Award. On 26 August, Dybala scored his first hat-trick in Serie A in a 4–2 away win over Genoa. He repeated the feat on 17 September, in his 100th appearance for Juventus, scoring all three goals, including one free-kick, in the club’s 3–1 away win over Sassuolo, marking his second hat-trick in Serie A. On 11 March 2018, Dybala scored a brace in a 2–0 home win over Udinese in Serie A; his first goal of the match was also his 100th career goal. He made his 150th appearance in Serie A in a 0–0 away draw agaisnt S.P.A.L., on 17 March.

Things to Know:

This shirt with extra “FIGC 120th Anniversary” badge was only used once by all of the Serie A’s team to celebrate the Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio 120th Anniversary. Juventus only used it against Bologna on May 5th 2018. This Dybala shirt was swapped by Dybala with a F.C.Bologna player who we got it from. Dybala scored the third goal in this match with this shirt on.


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2018/2019


Juventus vs Lazio


Match Worn Unwashed Shorts


Ronaldo Cristiano

Did you Know?

After a week of transfer speculation, on 10 July 2018, Ronaldo signed a four-year contract with Italian club Juventus after completing a €100 million transfer, which included an additional €12 million in other fees and solidarity contributions to Ronaldo’s youth clubs. The transfer was the highest ever for a player over 30 years old, and the highest ever paid by an Italian club. Upon signing, Ronaldo cited his need for a new challenge as his rationale for departing Real Madrid, but later on he attributed the transfer to the lack of support he felt was shown by club president Florentino Pérez. Ronaldo made his official debut for Juventus in their opening Serie A match on 18 August, a 3–2 away win over Chievo. On 16 September, his fourth appearance for Juventus, he scored his first goal, which was immediately followed by a second, in a 2–1 home win over Sassuolo; the latter was the 400th league goal of his career. On 19 September, in his first Champions League match for Juventus, he was sent off in the 29th minute for “violent conduct”—the first time in 154 Champions League appearances—in an eventual 2–0 away win over Valencia, and was awarded a one-game suspension. On 7 November, he scored his first Champions League goal for Juventus in a 2–1 home loss to his former club Manchester United. On 27 November, he became the first player in history to win 100 Champions League matches, setting up Mario Mandžukić’s winner in a 1–0 home victory over Valencia, which sealed Juventus’s passage to the knock-out stages of the competition.

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