Juventus
    15.12.2015 17:00 - in: Stadium & Museum S

    Past meets present at J-Museum

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    J-Museum opens up a new exhibition hall dedicated to the current squad

    Juventus’ past and present quite literally came together today in J-Museum with the unveiling of a new exhibition hall dedicated to the current squad.

    Knocking down the wall that had previously separated the club’s trophy cabinet and legendary shirt collection was no other than Bianconeri mascot J, one of the latest members of the Juve family.

    Taking centre stage in the new section of the museum is a portrait of 11 players posing before kick-off, who suddenly come to life and make their way to their respective positions on the pitch.

    Lining the walls are numerous life-like images of the players, with whom visiting supporters can take selfies.

    Then, there’s the changing room, where a step inside opens up the most intimate environment within the world of football, with Bianconeri explaining what it means to represent the black and white.

    This exciting new area of J-Museum is open to the public from Wednesday morning at 10.30 CET, thus allowing fans to see it all for themselves ahead of tomorrow evening’s derby clash with Torino in the Coppa Italia.

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