After hosting a over a month’s worth of Bianconeri excitement, the Tokyo-based lounge closes its doors and donates the proceeds to the Japanese Blind Football Association
Following an auspicious inauguration on 7 March, the Juventus Lounge in Tokyo has today closed its doors after hosting an action packed month filled with events and initiatives for Japanese supporters.
Since being opened in the presence of Andrea Agnelli and Edgar Davids, those who have crossed the threshold have witnessed the excitement of the Bianconeri’s Serie A and Europa League fixtures and a live video chat with Claudio Marchisio.
In addition, historic artefacts worn and used by Juventus champions of past and present have contributed to the creation of a authentic setting in which fans have been able to congregate and share their passion for the black and white stripes.
The proceeds have been handed over to the Japan Blind Football Association by Fiat Chrysler’s marketing director for Japan, Tiziana Alamprese.