On 9 April 1905, less than eight years after officially forming as a club, Juventus celebrated their first ever Scudetto success.
In the three-way final round of an exciting campaign, two victories over US Milanese and as many draws with Genoa lifted the Bianconeri on to a total of six points.
Widely tipped to push Juventus all the way, Genoa were unable to beat Milanese at home in the last head-to-head, leaving them a point shy of the eventual league winners.
Run by Alfred Dick and coached by Gioacchino Armano, the champions featured eight Italians in their starting XI.
Here’s how the title-winning side lined up: Durante; Armano, Mazzia; Walty, Goccione, Diment; Barberis, Varetto, Forlano, Squair, Donna.