Juventus Museum registered noteworthy visitor numbers during the festive period, with over 12,000 people embarking on the interactive journey through the club’s glorious history.
The attraction was closed for just four half days and one full day (25 December) over the holiday season, enabling a daily average of 800 people to spend their time off at the jewel in Juventus Stadium’s crown.
Almost 9,000 visitors, 8,905 to be precise, combined a standard tour with a walk around the stadium, while 3,185 elected to visit the museum alone. Supporters and football lovers naturally made up the bulk of those attending, but there were also several sporting figures who dropped in to witness the magic at first hand.
These included freestyle swimmer Gregorio Paltrinieri, who scooped gold in the 2014 FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) in Doha, Italian volleyball player Veronica Angeloni and Andrea Tafi, former road bicycle racer, who took the opportunity to pay a visit before yesterday’s clash with Inter (view photos).
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