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Juventus Center

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Juventus Center

Juventus Center
Location Vinovo

44°58′40″N 07°36′58″E / 44.97778°N 7.61611°E / 44.97778; 7.61611Coordinates: 44°58′40″N 07°36′58″E / 44.97778°N 7.61611°E / 44.97778; 7.61611

Type Sports facility
Opened 2006
Owner Juventus F.C.

The Juventus Center (colloquially known as "the Vinovo") is Juventus' training ground, which is located in Vinovo a comune 14 kilometres southwest of the city of Turin. Designed by GAU and Shesa,[1] the training ground features modern facilities and was opened in August 2006. The terrain measures 140,000 square meters.


The center includes training pitches and medical facilities which cater to both the first team and the youth squads. There are 9 football pitches, two are made of all-weather synthetic grass, and one of which is indoor.

One building houses the physiotherapy department and offices. It is fully equipped with a swimming pool and gym. The second building is used as the "Media and Sponsor Center". The press conference room, meeting rooms and broadcast room of the club's official channel Juventus Channel are located there.


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