The official Juventus Football Club fanzine has today launched in an exciting digital format, becoming a 96-page quarterly publication now known as HJ Magazine.
Many changes have been made since the first edition of Hurrà was released back in 1915, and the club’s determination to move with the times is more evident than ever as the fanzine nears its landmark 100th anniversary.
The previous text format is enriched by high quality photo galleries and videos, enabling readers to enjoy a generous selection of easily navigable exclusive content at their fingertips.
And with an English version available for international followers, easily downloadable on smartphones and tablets, supporters are brought increasingly closer to the unfolding action in Turin.
Adorning the first cover of the new product is new summer signing Carlitos Tevez, who treats us to his most revealing interview to date, discussing his childhood upbringing in Argentina, glittering career to date and ambitions in the black and white stripes.
Another June arrival, JTV’s Cristina Chiabotto, speaks of the excitement of accompanying the Bianconeri on their pre-season training camp in Chatillon, while there’s also an interview with returning World Cup winner Fabio Grosso, who talks about his new challenge of coaching the club’s Primavera side.
Elsewhere, legendary Bianconeri goalkeeper Stefano Tacconi takes us on a tour of his house in the Italian countryside, recounting memorable tales of the past involving the likes of Giovanni Trapattoni and Michel Platini, before providing an insight into his present day life as a family man with a new-found love for the kitchen.
With all this on offer, and much much more, HJ Magazine represents a must-have item for every Juventus fan. Available for €4.49 per edition, or as an annual subscription, you can download your copy on App Store or Google Play.