Representatives from both nations are led on a guided tour of the club’s museum by Paolo Garimberti and Pavel Nedved ahead of tonight’s World Cup qualifier at Juventus Stadium
While Juventus Stadium gears up to host its first ever international fixture this evening, the respective football federations of Italy and the Czech Republic took the opportunity to explore their new surroundings during a special morning visit to J-Museum.
FIGC president Giancarlo Abete was accompanied by vice-president Demetrio Albertini, general manager Antonello Valentini and directors Stefano Balducci, Sergio Di Cesare and Michele Acampora, while the Czech delegation was headed up by president Miroslav Pelta and vice presidents Zdenek Zlamal and Roman Berbr.
Leading both parties through an unmissable tour of the club’s popular attraction were J-Museum president, Paolo Garimberti, and Bianconeri director Pavel Nedved.
Beginning with the ‘Il lunedì si parlava di calcio’ exhibition dedicated to the Agnelli family’s 90-year association with Juventus, the visit was made complete by an in-depth look at the trophy room, memorabilia and interactive facilities on offer.