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    09.05.2017 10:45 - in: Champions League S

    Juventus vs. Monaco: the world is watching

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    Over 700 reporters and cameramen will be at Juventus Stadium tonight for a semi-final second leg watched by millions around the world

    Nothing captures the imagination quite like the Champions League, not least when the competition comes to Juventus Stadium.

    The eyes of the world will be on Turin as Juventus face Monaco in the second leg of the semi-finals tonight in what will be a truly global spectacle. 

    From the written press and UEFA rights holders to presenters and technical production staff, over 700 accredited media personnel will be checking in at Juventus Stadium tonight. 

    Besides journalists from Italy and France, media representatives from all of the following countries will be working on one the biggest fixtures in the European calendar: Spain, Hungary, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Belgium, Greece, Ireland, Switzerland, Israel, Finland, Argentina, Romania, Germany, Serbia, Croatia, Great Britian, USA, Japan, Austria, Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela, Turkey, Poland, North Africa and the Middle East.

    A total of 103 broadcasters will be beaming tonight's action back to their respective national audiences thanks to 38 on-site TV production teams and 30 live cameras around the pitch.

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