Juventus StadiumCurrently Open [Closes at 06:30 pm]
- Address: Corso Gaetano Scirea, 50, Torino, Italy, Turin
- Timings: 10:30 am - 06:30 pm Details
- Phone: 39899-999897
- Ticket Price: 35 EUR
- Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
- Tags: Arena, Stadium
Juventus Stadium is said to sparkle with electricity during a game. This is generally put down to football history accumulated over the years as it is built on the site of Juventus's and Torino's former home, the Stadio delle Alpi.
Juventus’ one-up on its predecessor is the structure of the stands which gives priority to the fans; 41,000 people can now be seated for a match with markedly boosted sightlines. The sound and acoustics create an atmosphere of escalating euphoria, breathing new life and doing great service to Italian football, which has been working to improve stadium attendances for a while now.
With stands just 7.5 m from the pitch, the audience has been able to watch the game that has become religion from closer proximity than ever since the stadium’s opening in the 2011-2012 season. Located in a quiet residential area in the outskirts of Turin, this UFO-like structure has won hearts over the world.Hosting the 2014 UEFA Europa League Finals,fans witnessed Spanish side Sevilla secure their third title in eight years, playing against Portuguese side Benfica.
A guided tour of the stadium includes access to the dressing rooms, players’ tunnel and media areas and is complemented nicely by the Juventus museum (near Mecca for Juventus fans) and a shopping mall that leaves fans coming back for more. Even vaguely resentful relatives of football fanatics have been known to become converts upon visiting the stadium with its polite staff and awe-inspiring atmosphere.Get your beers ready and enjoy the Alps in the distance before the kick-off: here’s where you need to be to warm up to game, relieve old glories and witness new ones unfold.
- Carry your passport or valid photo ID proof to make it a smooth visit.
- The stadium tours are generally in Italian so picking up the language a little bit is always a great idea. If not, making a few local friends never hurts!
- The shopping mall memorabilia is rather tempting – might be a good idea to save up for souvenirs as the good stuff is quite expensive.
- Purchase of tickets is recommended as early as possible as they sell like hot cakes!
- No guided tours are available on match days. All eyes on the game!
- Plenty of parking space is available.
- Ticket prices generally begin at EUR 35.00 for seats behind one of the goals and edge up to EUR 90.00 for the prime seats in the centre, on the long sides.
- Entrance to the museum costs EUR 12.00, and the combination of the tour and museum comes up to EUR 18.00.
- Last entry to the museum ends one hour prior to closing time.
- On match days, a special tram service (line 9) connects the stadium with metro stop Bernini.
- Bernini can be reached with metro line 1 from Turin train stations Porta Nuova and Porta Susa.
- On days when a match is not being held, the stadium is a 40-minute bus journey away from the city centre (Via 20 Settembre – Via Bertola).
- Take bus 72 or 72b in the direction of Viale Bruno Sper. or Picco. Get off at stop Stadio Alpi. Both buses also pass train station Porta Sus.
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89.43% of people who visit Turin include Juventus Stadium in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
83.03% of people start their Juventus Stadium visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Juventus Stadium
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Juventus Stadium
Modern stadium to my favourite team, but the Stadium tour is limited, no more than 40 minutes, no time to take pictures or enjoy the view, only follow the guide and have a few minutes to each point and that makes the price unfair, as well we travel a lot just to visit the place. Museum is great and there you can spend time as much as you want. The fan shop it perfect.
the stadium looks amazing and the feeling being there's just great! It's cool to have a break area outside and being able to "leave" the stadium during the match. There aren't really any good food shops but you can eat and buy drinks (I noticed not many people drank beer). The only thing which kind of bothered me (and was great at the same time) was the security. It takes a lot of time to get in the stadium because you get checked multiple times (guests even had to take of their shoes and shirts). That was a bit too much..
Best experience in Torino. A must visit for any football fans. You get to visit every single corner of the stadium. You also get to to visit the museum with all the club's memorabilia and cap the tour off with a virtual reality presentation that you will enjoy
No words can describe this place. Breath taking, clean, well organized. The sound of the fans is thunder like. Staff are super polite and professional. You really feel proud to be a tifosi of this prestigious club
As big fan I just feel happiness in this big light and airy stadium. You sit very close to the field and it invites audience to shouty converse the players pre-match. In-stadium service is not that good but outside there is a galleria.