J-Museum has welcomed a record 13,000 visitors during the holidays, an increase of more than 1,000 on last year and another sign that the attraction at Juventus Stadium continues to grow at a rate of knots.
One very special visitor who didn’t miss out on the chance to relive the history which he has helped to create at the club was David Trezeguet.
The club’s all-time top foreign goalscorer took a trip down memory lane before cheering on the team in their 3-0 home win over Roma on Sunday, a day in which almost 2,300 people visited the museum.
Besides his goalscoring milestone, the French hitman is also part of the prestigious circle of players who have pulled on the black and white stripes 300 times, a group joined on Sunday by Giorgio Chiellini with his outing against the Giallorossi.
The defender’s number three shirt will soon take its rightful place on show in J-Museum alongside those of his illustrious predecessors, yet another memento of Bianconeri history not to be missed at the popular attraction.