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On March 5th 2011 Juventus played against Milan A.C. on 28th leg of Serie A championship. Milan A.C. won 1-0. Juventus used a special badge on chest to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Italian Unification that was nationally celebrated on March 17th 2011.  That was the only time the patch was used on team’s shirt.

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2010-2011


Juventus vs Milan


Match Worn Shirt


Motta Marco


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On 2 July 2010, Juventus agreed a loan deal for Motta with Udinese for the 2010–2011 season. Juventus had the option to sign Motta permanently at the end of the season, as Juventus was seeking a new right back to replace Martín Cáceres and Jonathan Zebina. Motta then joined the Juventus squad which they would leave from Vinovo, Juventus’s facility located to Pinzolo, the camp site for pre-season training, in although the deal was pending a formal finalization. On 5 July, Juventus announced the deal was completed, which cost €1.25 million for the loan with option to make it permanently for a further €3.75 million. He made his official Juventus debut on 29 July 2010 in the 2010–11 UEFA Europa League qualifier against Shamrock Rovers, ahead of Zdeněk Grygera as right back. The Old Lady won the Ireland side 3–0 in aggregate. Grygera alter regained his starting place and Motta had to appear as unused substitute on the bench for much of the 2010–11 Serie A campaign. On 22 June 2011 Juventus exercised the rights to sign Motta along with Simone Pepe for a pre-agreed price. Following his permanent transfer to the club, he became a surplus to requirements under new coach Antonio Conte and failed to make any appearances for the club alongside the likes of Carvalho Amauri, Luca Toni, and Vincenzo Iaquinta, all of whom were released during the 2012 winter transfer market on either loan deals or permanent transfers.

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“Trofeo Tim 2010”


Juventus vs Milan


Match Worn Shirt


Ferrero Vittorio


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The “Trofeo TIM” is an annual football pre-season tournament played by three Italian football teams. For the first 12 editions, the competing teams were Juventus, Internazionale and Milan. For both the 2013 and 2014 editions, Inter opted not to participate and was replaced by Sassuolo. For 2015, Juventus declined to participate while Inter returned. In the 2016 edition, Inter opted out again, and was replaced by Celta Vigo, becoming the first non-Italian team to compete in the tournament, and leaving Milan as the only original team participating. No tournament was held in 2017. The TIM Trophy is an unofficial tournament that has been held yearly in August since 2001. It is not sanctioned or recognized by official football bodies since the gameplay rules do not correspond to IFAB/FIFA laws of football. The teams play three round-robin 45-minute matches. If any match ends in a draw, it is decided by a penalty shoot-out. Three points are awarded for a victory during regular play, with zero points awarded to the loser. If the match is decided by penalties, the winner is awarded two points and the loser one point. The organizers decide which two teams are to play in the first match of the evening. The third team will then play the losing team from the first match, and will end the tournament by playing the first-match winner. The 15th edition of the tournament in 2015 was won by Milan for a second successive year, by tying the score in added time in the third and deciding game against Sassuolo, and then winning on penalties. Overall, Inter has eight wins, Milan five and both Juventus and Sassuolo one each. In Italy, the TIM Trophy is often considered “unlucky” by fans. This is because only twice has the winner of the TIM Trophy won the Serie A title that season. In both cases, the team which achieved the double victory has been Inter. Up to now the “Trofeo Tim 2016” was the last one edition played.

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2011-2012


“Juventus Stadium” Opening Game


Juventus vs Notts County 


Match Worn Shirt


Pazienza Michele

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Juventus Stadium, commercially known as the Allianz Stadium from July 2017, sometimes simply known in Italy as the Stadium, is an all-seater football stadium in the Vallette borough of Turin, Italy, and the home of Serie A club Juventus Football Club. The stadium was built on the site of Juventus’ and Torino’s former home, the Stadio delle Alpi, and is one of only three club-owned football stadiums in Serie A, alongside Sassuolo’s Mapei Stadium and Udinese’s Stadio Friuli. It was opened at the start of the 2011–12 season and has a capacity of just over 41,000 spectators. The stands are just 7.5 metres from the pitch, a major improvement from the Stadio delle Alpi. Juventus played the first match against the world’s oldest professional football club Notts County on 8 September 2011 in a friendly which ended 1–1. Veteran striker Luca Toni found the net after Fabio Quagliarella failed to convert a penalty. The first official competitive match was Juventus–Parma, played on 11 September 2011, where Stephan Lichtsteiner scored the stadium’s first goal in the 16th minute. 

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2011-2012


Tim Cup Final


Juventus vs Napoli 


Match Worn Shirt


Lichtsteiner Stephan


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The 2012 Tim Cup Final was the final match of the 2011–12 Coppa Italia, the 64th season of the top cup competition in Italian football. The match was played at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome on Sunday, 20 May 2012 between Juventus and Napoli. Napoli won the match 2–0, with Edinson Cavani and Marek Hamšík scoring. The cup victory was Napoli’s fourth in the competition. The two teams also later faced each other in the 2012 Supercoppa Italiana, as Napoli were cup champions and Juventus were crowned 2012 Serie A Champions.[1]

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Del Piero’s final match for Juventus was in the Tim Cup Final on 20 May against Napoli. Del Piero was substituted in the 67th minute for Vučinić as his Juventus career came to an end; he received a standing ovation from both the Juventus and Napoli fans. Following the game, he confirmed that after his 19-year spell with Juventus, he did not plan to retire. He then left the club and became a free agent. For this match a special “ADP – ONE LOVE” patch was made and ironed on chest. All of the players had this badge on their shirts to celebrate Alessandro Del Piero’s farewell game with Juventus F.C.

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Juventus confirmed on 18 October 2011 that the 2011–12 season would be Del Piero’s last with the club. The 2011–12 season under new manager Antonio Conte, his former Juventus teammate, saw Del Piero being used sparingly, and mainly as a substitute, because of the summer arrival of forward Mirko Vučinić from Roma. Del Piero scored his first goal in the new Juventus Stadium on 24 January 2012, in a 3–0 win over Roma in the quarter-finals of the Coppa Italia. Later in the season, Del Piero stated that he was surprised at Juventus president Andrea Agnelli’s announcement regarding the club’s decision not to offer him a new contract. In the second leg of Juventus’s clash with Milan in the Coppa Italia semi-finals, Del Piero finished off a brilliant move by Juventus as they secured a 2–2 draw to progress to the final with a 4–3 aggregate win. On 25 March, Del Piero helped Juventus defeat Inter by scoring the second goal of the match in a 2–0 victory, his first goal of the Serie A season. In Juventus’ match against Lazio on 11 April, Del Piero replaced Vučinić in the second half, making his 700th appearance for Juventus, and then went on to score from a free kick to earn his side a 2–1 victory; the result also enabled Juventus to return to the top of the Serie A table.


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January 5th 2012


Mohammed Al-Deayea Farewell Game


Al Hilal vs Juventus 


Match Issued Shirt


Del Piero Alessandro


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This shirt was issued for Alessandro Del Piero for the friendly “Mohammed Al-Deayea Farewell Game” between Al-Hilal and Juventus which took place in Riyadh, “King Fahad” Stadium, on January 5th 2012. This style of shirt was used by the team in this game only. It is different from the regular season’s shirts because of the white squared background on the back. The shirt was originally released by Nike for the Uefa Champions League competitions but the team didn’t qualify for them during the season 2010/2011 so this style of shirt was never used anymore aside from this match. 


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2011-2012


Juventus vs Atalanta 


Match Worn & Signed Shirt


Del Piero Alessandro


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The 2011–12 season was Juventus Football Club’s 114th in existence. The club won their first Serie A title in nine years. Not participating in any European competitions, Juventus chose a new coach: Antoni