15 October 2020
Today, Juventus publishes its seventh Sustainability Report, a document which confirms the commitment of an important path undertaken in recent seasons: to increasingly strengthen the impact of the Club on a social and environmental level in line with the relevant United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
The Juventus 2019/2020 sustainability report is an update on the evolution of a journey characterised in the last year by unprecedented unforeseen events and challenges, which the Club has been able to welcome, confirming football as a phenomenon that goes beyond sport.
The document is divided into four sections:
The first: “Over 120 years of passion”, presented by the Club, from history to structures, its role in the world of sport and its commitment in terms of sustainability and in support of the territory; it also recounts the biggest challenge experienced this year and the team’s response on all fronts during the health emergency.
The second: "Juventus Goals", tells of the continuation and news of its main social impact projects, recognised as best practices both nationally and internationally since they were built together with students, families and schools and aimed at creating awareness of their actions through the analysis of important and current issues.
The third: "A universal football", illustrates the sporting and competitive commitment of all Juventus' male and female teams, from professional to youth teams, without neglecting the teams participating in the FIGC Paralympic and Experimental Football Division;
And finally, the fourth, tells of the Club’s dimension in terms of a football company with daily challenges, the most innovative of which was launched at an environmental level. In fact, starting from the 19/20 season, Juventus publishes its carbon footprint (Scope 1 and Scope 2) and aims to deepen its reporting efforts, collecting, where possible, data and information that can provide an increasingly accurate picture of its direct and indirect impacts in relation to CO2 emissions.
The document was prepared in accordance with the "Global Reporting Initiative Sustainability Reporting Standards" defined by the GRI - Global Reporting Initiative ("GRI Standards") and was subjected to limited assurance engagement, according to the criteria indicated by the ISAE 3000 Revised principle, by of the auditing firm PricewaterhouseCoopers Advisory SpA