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    29.06.2013 00:01 - in: Events S

    29 June 1933, Juve debut at the Comunale

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    Eighty years ago to the day, Carcano’s Bianconeri herald the start of a winning stay at the club’s new stadium

    Eighty years ago to the day, Juventus and the city of Turin enjoyed the same feelings of jubilation experienced on 8 September 2011: the inauguration of a new stadium.

    On 29 June 1933, the Bianconeri played their first game at the Stadio Comunale, a venue that would play host to some of the club’s most memorable achievements.

    At the time, Juventus were riding on the crest of a wave, in the midst of a five consecutive title-winning sequence which would later become known as the club’s golden ‘Quinquennio’ period.  

    Providing the opposition for Carlo Carcano’s men on that day were Mitropa Cup opponents Ujpest Dozsa, tasked with overturning a 4-2 deficit inflicted during the first leg in Hungary.

    With the weight of expectation on their shoulders, the Bianconeri rose to the occasion, booking their place in the semi-finals courtesy of a 6-2 victory, achieved through Mumo Orsi’s four goals and a double from Varglien II.

    This marked the start of a winning tradition enjoyed throughout the course of Juventus’ two separate stays at the Comunale (1933-1990 and 2006-2011).

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