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Juventus Channel

Juventus Television
Launched November 1, 2006
Owned by Juventus F.C.
Audience share n/a (40,000+ subscriptioners[1], )
Website SKY Italia Channel 231

Juventus Television is a subscription-based TV channel, entirely dedicated to the Italian professional football club Juventus F.C. The channel offers Juventus fans exclusive interviews with players and staff, full matches, including all Lega Calcio Serie A, Italian Cup and games in the UEFA Competitions (though not broadcast live), vintage matches, footballing news and other themed programming.
This sport channel is operating on “Media and Sponsor Center”, a sector of the Juventus’ training ground, since November 1, 2006.

Juventus Television is was founded in 2006 under the name of Juventus Channel; in 2013 the name was changed in Juventus Television.


External links

  • Juventus Channel (official website) (English) (Italian) (Chinese) (Indonesian) (Japanese)
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