05.04.2018 12:00 - in: Serie A S

    Bianconeri first-time travels

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    As the Bianconeri prepare for their first-ever trip to Benevento, take a look at some of our first Serie A trips to newly-promoted sides

    Saturday afternoon presents a brand new test for the Bianconeri as Massimiliano Allegri's side travels to Campania to face Benevento at the Stadio Ciro Vigorito.

    Having been founded in 1929, the club with a witch on its badge finally achieved promotion to Serie A for the first time this season. This will be the sixth time in the last decade that the Bianconeri have faced a new away trip that they either have never taken or have not taken in decades. 

    2011/2012 – 29 April 2012 vs Novara

    For the first time in Serie A since 1955, Juventus traveled to Novara to face the Biancoazzurri in the league on 29 April 2012. In the first season of the Legend era, the Bianconeri ran out 0-4 winners that day en route to the first-ever 38-game undefeated championship season.

    Mirko Vucinic opened the scoring with a lovely effort off the crossbar after just 16 minutes while Marco Borriello doubled the lead before half-time. Arturo Vidal tucked home a third a few minutes after the half and Vucinic added a brace to complete the 4-0 scoreline.

    2013/2014 – 28 April 2014 vs Sassuolo

    Juventus faced Sassuolo at the Mapei Stadium for the first time in Serie A on 28 April 2014, earning a 3-1 win over the Neroverdi.

    Simone Zaza scored a shock opener for the home side after nine minutes, but Carlos Tevez fired home an equalizer ten minutes before the half. Claudio Marchisio found the winner in the 58th minute with a wonderful first-timed effort into the far corner while Fernando Llorente added an insurance goal in the 76th minute. 

    2015/16 – 20 December 2015 vs Carpi

    For the first time, Juventus traveled to Modena to face Carpi at the Stadio Alberto Braglia on 20 December 2015, earning a rollercoaster 3-2 win over the newly-promoted side.

    A fantastic double by Mario Mandzukic and a third from Paul Pogba sealed the win for the Bianconeri who made it tough late, but held on for a 3-2 victory.

    2015/16 – 7 February 2016 vs Frosinone

    A hard-nosed Frosinone side gave the Bianconeri all they could handle in February 2016 at the Stadio ‘Matusa’ but the South American connection of Alex Sandro and Juan Cuadrado combined to put Juventus up on 73 minutes and a late strike from Paulo Dybala ensured the three points would be coming back to Turin.

    2017/18 – 17 March 2018 vs SPAL

    Nearly 50 years to the day of the last visit to Ferrara, Juventus faced SPAL at the Stadio Paolo Mazza just a couple weeks ago. Playing at the end of a long stretch of matches before the international break, the Bianconeri put in hard yards but couldn’t find the goal in a 0-0 draw. 

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