Former Juventus goalkeeper of the 1980s, Stefano Tacconi, paid a visit to J-Museum earlier this afternoon to take an interactive trip down memory lane and relive his past glories in the Bianconeri shirt.
The 55-year-old made 254 appearances for the club over the space of nine years (1983-1992) and today, he revisited some of the finer moments of his career.
Contained within the museum are various artifacts from his playing days such as his old jersey, the Intercontinental Cup trophy which was secured in 1985 thanks to his heroics between the sticks, and even a compilation of his best saves stored in the video archive.
Juventus Museum is currently celebrating the public holiday period with special extended opening hours. During holidays and weekends, it will be possible to visit the museum from 10.30 until 19.30, while on working days, opening hours will be 10.30 to 18.30.
Furthermore, in the coming days, Juventus Stadium will be increasing the number of tours in operation in order to accommodate the anticipated increased influx of visitors.