Antonio Conte used his pre-match press conference for Tuesday’s meeting with Real Madrid as an opportune moment to remind Bianconeri supporters of their duty to raise the roof during a crucial 90 minutes against the Spanish giants.
At Juventus Stadium, the fans’ impact was clear for all to see, with deafening roars of encouragement accompanying every touch enjoyed by the reigning champions of Italy.
And elsewhere, even from thousands of miles away, Juventus aficionados were just as keen to embrace Conte’s words by making their voices heard across the club’s variety of social networks.
A matchday hashtag promoted by the Bianconeri’s media team, #BolgiaBianconera, became the biggest trending topic in Italy and, through the club’s new international profile @juventusfcen, also extended its reach to thousands of fans in Indonesia, USA, Venezuela, Mexico, Great Britain and Spain.
This latest achievement represents just one of the many giant strides made by the club in interacting with its fanbase on Twitter. In September, the official profile commanded the highest engagement figures throughout the whole of Italy, following up this success with another pole position finish in October.
These statistics, taken from Blogmeter, an independent social media monitoring and analysis company, also confirm Juventus as the seventh most followed brand in Italy.
The club would like to thank all its supporters for their continued passion and dedication in following every activity, be it on or off the field, with such magnificent enthusiasm. #finoallafine #ForzaJuventus!