The Bianconeri unveil an exciting blueprint to develop the area adjacent to Juventus Stadium
Juventus have today unveiled exciting new plans to develop the Continassa zone lying close to Juventus Stadium.
The blueprint was presented at Turin’s city hall in the presence of Bianconeri trio Andrea Agnelli, Giuseppe Marotta and Aldo Mazzia.
The club intends to carry out the project with the support of the city council, with mayor Piero Fassino and councillors Ilda Curti (City Planning) and Stefano Gallo (Sport) also in attendance this afternoon.
Should the plans be approved, Juventus would move its current administrative headquarters and first-team training centre to the area adjacent to the stadium.
The complex would also include a hotel, multiplex cinema, fitness and wellbeing centre and private accommodation.
The redevelopment project – as confirmed by the Turin city council in an official press release – is an important move from a club seeking to transfer its activity into a periphery area of the city, offering important urban and living spin-off effects to the local population.
The plans will now be examined by the city council ahead of their final approval.