The Latest Triumphs

2015-2016 SEASON - #HI5TORY

The summer of 2015, in many ways, marked a new dawn in the evolution of the side with several changes made to personnel. As Andrea Pirlo, Arturo Vidal, Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente all bid farewell to Turin, the likes of Paulo Dybala, Sami Khedira, Mario Mandzukic, Simone Zaza, Juan Cuadrado and Alex Sandro entered the picture as 10 new players in total joined the Bianconeri ranks. The season began with the club’s seventh Italian Super Cup thanks to a 2-0 triumph over Lazio in Shanghai, but they were suffering an especially slow start to their Serie A campaign. After 10 games, the Old Lady found herself in 12th place and far away from reaching her objective of claiming an historic fifth successive Scudetto title. Then, following a humbling defeat away to Sassuolo, senior squad members Gianluigi Buffon and Patrice Evra called for change and for the group’s true, winning character to re-emerge. The team needed little time in heeding these words and, from their derby triumph over Torino later that week, would go on to win 25 from their next 26 games in the league. Meanwhile, they would put on a strong showing in the Champions League, in which they ultimately fell just short of overcoming a brilliant Bayern Munich side in the last 16 stage. Back on the domestic front, Allegri’s charges would not let their phenomenal run of form dip once and by 13 February they had overtaken Napoli at the top of the table after beating the Partenopei in a pulsating encounter at Juventus Stadium. Following victory away to Fiorentina on 25 April, Juve were on the cusp of completing arguably the most extraordinary of comebacks in Italian football history to claim a fifth consecutive league crown for the first time since their first Quinquennio celebration in 1935. The feat would be confirmed the following day when Roma defeated second-placed Napoli at the Stadio Olimpico – the scene of the Old Lady’s very next trophy-winning night, namely the Coppa Italia. By beating Milan 1-0 in extra-time in the capital, the Bianconeri created yet more history by becoming the first ever Italian team to win the league and cup double in consecutive campaigns.


2016-2017 SEASON - #Le6end

The summer of 2016 saw the Bianconeri bolster their ranks considerably. The arrivals of Miralem Pjanic, Dani Alves, Medhi Benatia, Marko Pjaca and club-record signing Gonzalo Higuain made for an exceptionally competitive squad. Juve would sit top of the league table all the way from mid-September until the end of the season as they cruised to a legendary sixth straight Serie A title – an unprecedented feat in Italian football. Furthermore, Allegri’s men conquered their third consecutive Coppa Italia – another feat never achieved before in this country – by beating Lazio 2-0 in Rome. They would also reach the Champions League final for a second time in three seasons, beating formidable opponents in Porto, Barcelona and Monaco en route to the showpiece event in Cardiff, where Real Madrid ultimately prevailed. Nevertheless, this had been another extraordinary campaign for the boys in black and white.



There are some seasons which are quickly forgotten in the history of football, filed away in the archives to gather dust. 2017/18 certainly wouldn’t fall into this category, as this campaign saw two milestones which will forever be remembered in Juventus history.
After #Hi5tory and #Le6end, on 13 May 2018 came #My7h – a seventh consecutive Scudetto success, just a few days after our fourth back-to-back Coppa Italia triumph.
On 1 July 2017 the club announced the creation of Juventus Women, a pioneering move by a club known for its trailblazing moves. The newly formed team wasted no time in making themselves known, going on to win the Scudetto in their maiden season.



Seven Scudetti in a row may have been the stuff of legend, but Max Allegri and his charges were still hungry for more. The 2018/19 season was yet another memorable chapter in the club’s history. Juve, who already boasted a star-studded squad, reinforced their ranks during the summer. While Emre Can, Leonardo Spinazzola, Mattia Perin, Joao Cancelo, and the returning Leonardo Bonucci were vital additions, the icing on the cake was the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Bianconeri forged even further ahead of their closest rivals, winning the league title with five matches to spare - yet another #W8nderful league conquest.
Elsewhere, Juventus Women claimed their second successive Scudetto, proving to the world that they were #Here2Stay. What's more, 2018/19 marked the first time Allianz Stadium hosted a women’s match as a record-breaking 40,000 fans saw Juve take on Fiorentina.
This season also saw the start of another club project, with Juventus Next Gen making their Serie C debut.



A different coach at the helm in Maurizio Sarri, but the same result. While Juve men’s finished only a point clear of their rivals, they still made it nine times in a row, while the women recorded their third straight league conquest.
The height of the Covid-19 pandemic was an unprecedented period for us all. Forced into isolation from everyone and everything we had ever known, months of uncertainty followed in which fans couldn’t even take solace in regular football matches.
When three months later the situation had improved enough for games to resume, the atmosphere felt in the empty stadiums was one of profound sadness. Yet Juve put this aside and sauntered on to win a ninth league title in a row, the 38th in our history, with two games to spare. #STRON9ER than everything and everyone else - a victory for the fans, those still watching, those who had been left behind.
While the men’s league was able to resume, Juventus Women didn’t return to the field of play that season but were declared winners by default, proving themselves #Lead3rs once more.
Meanwhile, Juventus Next Gen side brought another smile to Juve faces, winning the Serie C Coppa Italia, their first-ever trophy conquest.



2020/21 saw Juventus take another step in their evolution, once again ringing the changes in the dugout. Club legend Andrea Pirlo became coach, leading a squad full of fresh faces such as Arthur, Federico Chiesa, Dejan Kulusevski and Weston McKennie, the first American to represent the Bianconeri. Along with these youngsters came a more experienced and familiar face in Spanish international Alvaro Morata.
This Serie A season was much more closely fought than previous years, with Juve finishing fourth to seal qualification for the Champions League. Nevertheless, there were some new additions to Juventus’s already bulging trophy cabinet.
The men overcame Napoli in the Italian Super Cup in January and Atalanta in the Coppa Italia in May, while Rita Guarino’s women also secured Super Cup win in the same month before going on to being crowned Scudetto winners at the end of another #F4bulous campaign.
On a personal level, Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo finished top of the Serie A scoring charts, proving his quality time and time again.



The 2021-2022 season sees the Men's First Team go close to winning two trophies: the Coppa Italia and the Italian Super Cup, whilst managing to qualify for the Champions League with a few matchdays to spare before the end of the championship. The Juventus Museum trophy room, however, is still enriched with three new cups, and it’s made possible thanks to an incredible treble by Juventus Women. At the beginning of the season the team undergoes a big change with the arrival of Joe Montemurro, but what doesn’t change is the attitude, mentality, and strength of the Bianconere, who in January '22 bring home the Italian Super Cup, following a final four mini-tournament, beating Milan in the final. Juventus Women also win their fifth-consecutive Scudetto, in their fifth year since inception and, to finish with a flourish, they conquer the Coppa Italia at the end of May with an extraordinary comeback in the final against Roma. All in a season that the Juventus Women champions reached their best-ever finish to date in the Women’s Champions League, by getting to the quarter-finals, going out narrowly to Lyon after winning the first leg at Allianz Stadium.


2022/23: Women at the last breath

In minute 92 of the Women's Italian Cup Final, Barbara Bonansea scored a header goal that made the bench, players on the field and fans in the stands explode with joy. Her header meant that Juventus Women also brought home a trophy this season, further confirming their "habit" of enriching the Juventus Museum's trophy case every year since their inception.

Barbara's goal closed a season in ups and downs with a smile, and not only for the Women (who also did well in Europe this year but, for the first time, failed to stop Roma from winning the Scudetto) but also for the Men's First Team. The men went through months that were made complicated by numerous off-field circumstances, but still managed to get within a step of the Italian Cup and Europa League finals, and in Serie A they did enough on the pitch to earn qualification to the Champions League, only to be kept out by a points deduction.

There were also smiles for the Next Gen, which at the end of a positive season, made it as far as the Italian Cup final for their level, only to fall short in the end to Vicenza.

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Season 2023-2024: More Trophies for the Juventus Museum

Another season, another two trophies, to keep up the habit. The Men's First Team returns to victory, winning the Coppa Italia in Rome by defeating Atalanta. The match is decided by a goal from Dusan Vlahovic, in a game that the Bianconeri play with maturity and grit. Juventus finishes third in the league and qualifies for the 2024/25 Champions League a few weeks in advance.

Rewinding the tape, on January 7, 2024, at the "Zini" Stadium in Cremona, Juventus Women win a hotly-contested match against Roma (who would win the Scudetto a few months later) and lift the Women's Italian Super Cup. Maelle Garbino scores the eventual winner at the beginning of the second half, following a Roma own goal and an equalizer from the Giallorosse in the first half.

The Next Gen team also deserves a mention for their excellent season. After a difficult start, they embark on an impressive run, bringing them to the brink of the Final Four in the Serie C play-offs. The Bianconeri exit by drawing twice with Carrarese, who would later earn promotion to Serie B.