Juventus’ fan base is larger than any other Italian club and is one of the largest worldwide. Juve are based in Turin, Piedmont. The club is the third oldest of its kind in the country and has spent its entire history, with the exception of the 2006—07 season, in the top flight First Division. Juventus were Italy’s best club of the 20th century and the second most successful European club in the same period. In 1985, Juventus became the first club in the history of European football to have won all three major UEFA competitions: the European Champion Clubs’ Cup, the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup and the UEFA Cup. After their triumph in the Intercontinental Cup the same year, Juventus also became the first football team ever–and remain the only one at present–to have won all possible confederation competitions and the club world title.
The club wore a pink and black kit up until 1905. By this time, the club colors had changed to black and white stripes, inspired by English side Notts County. Founded in 1897 as Sport Club Juventus by a group of young Torinese students and linked to the industrial Agnelli family since Fiat owner Edoardo Agnelli gained control of the club in 1923. Juve is a side that has produced and given home to some of the best players from Zoff, Platini, Rossi, Baggio, Zidane and Cannavaro to the amazing Del Piero and Buffon. We thought it would be a good idea to let you in on a few Juventus FC apps available.
Forza Juve! 2010/2011 by Oku Studio is the ideal application for fans to monitor the start of the new season. With all the stats and information, you can see match charts with substitutions, formations, goals, penalty kicks and bookings. Keep an eye on who played the best and all there is to know on a player, including all the matches in which he scored, his assist, how many minutes he played and much more. Available through iTunes App Store for £1.49/$.1.99 this app will let you see articles, commentaries, goals and video clips shot by team supporters.
Football Fans – Juventus by Brighthouse Labs is great app that gives fans the chance to catch up on anything they have been missing. For £2.49/$3.99 at the App Store, users can have access to the latest stats, standings and scores. Find out detailed team information so you can know everything about Juventus plus
You will receive all the latest news as it happens. Watch the latest Juventus highlights and interviews as they are posted with the included video updates. Discuss the latest news and give your opinion along with other Juventus fans.
Juventus Soccer Diary by SpringApp Technologies Inc is available for £2.99/$5.49 at the App Store. Access the complete history of the club, the players and the games. Read stories about the clubs managers, the greatest players and where the team was founded. Find out specific information like the amount of goals Alessandro Del Piero scored, what is the team’s highest score? In addition, when did Juventus reach the European Cup Final? With a full Seasons Fixture list with scores, team listings and attendances updated regularly, you can get all the information required.
WHOoligan? – Do you really know Juventus? by Stemenk Studio is a great quiz app for fans to test their knowledge of Juventus and the history behind the Bianconeri. See if you recognize the players that made the history of your favorite team. Progress through harder levels and dare your friends. See if they can pass the “Simpatizzante” category or they will deserve the prestigious “Vero juventino” prize? This app is available for £0.69/$0.99 at the App Store and is a must for Juve fans.
These are just a few Juventus applications that are available in the English language. Juventus FC has fans all over the world, useful apps can help fans know everything from the entire history of the club to current information, and can help the users settle arguments and quizzes. With no European goals to achieve this year maybe it is time Juventus won back that Scudetto and get back up to the top of Serie A again.
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