21.05.2017 17:00 - in: Serie A S

      #LE6END: Six years of records

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      The legendary numbers behind Juventus' six consecutive Scudetto titles

      Juventus are Italian champions for the 35th time in their history! Since 2011/12 there has been only one Scudetto winner: the Bianconeri.

      Six years of unprecedented success also means six years of records – both for the club and individual players. 

      Here are some of the numbers that not merely made Hi5tory last season, but became the stuff of Le6end this year.


      Juventus have played 227 Serie A matches in the last six seasons, winning 166, drawing 41 and losing just 20. The Bianconeri have notched 441 goals and conceded 137 in that time, resulting in a goal difference of +304!

      In the same period Juve have picked up 539 points at an average of 2.37 per match. At home that figure increases to 2.66 points per game courtesy of 96 wins from 113 matches, plus 15 draws and just three defeats.


      The Bianconeri have rewritten Serie A history in the last six years, establishing a whole host of incredible new records:

      • Six consecutive league titles: The first time any Italian club has achieved such a feat. Only Lyon (seven in a row) have done better in the top five European leagues.
      • 102 points: Juve's tally from the 2013/14 campaign is a record points haul in a single Serie A season.
      • 22 clean sheets: Juventus set a new Serie A record in 2013/14 and then equalled it in 2015/16!
      • 10 straight games without conceding: An all-time record set by the Bianconeri between 17 January and 11 March 2016.
      • 33-match winning streak at home: Another all-time Serie A record.
      • A whole season unbeaten: Juve became the first club in a 20-team Serie A to remain unbeaten for a whole season, in 2011/12.
      • 33 wins from 38 games: The Bianconeri set the Serie A record for most wins in a season in 2013/14.
      • 19/19, a perfect home record: Juve are the only Serie A side to have won every home league match over the course of a season, which they did in 2013/14.
      • 100 points in a calendar year: Only Juve have managed that, in 2016.
      • Starting the season with five wins and no goals conceded: The best ever start to a Serie A campaign, in 2014/15.
      • 22-match scoring streak away from home: The Bianconeri recorded the longest scoring run in away games between Week 27 in 2012/13 and Week 29 in 2013/14.
      • 20 league goals conceded all season: Juve have done that twice, in 2011/12 and 2015/16. No one has conceded fewer in a 20-team Serie A.
      • Six home goals conceded: The Bianconeri's home defensive record during 2015/16 is the best ever in a 20-team Serie A.
      • Best attack and best defence: Juve led the way in both categories in 2013/14 and again in 2014/15. The Bianconeri have finished the season with the best attack and best defence nine times in total – more than any other team in Serie A history.
      • First team to win the title after taking one point from the first three games: Juventus pulled it off in the 2015/16 season. The Bianconeri are also the only side since the introduction of three points for a win to claim the title after picking up 12 points from their first 10 league matches.
      • Best defence for five straight seasons: from 2011 to 2016 Juve finished every season with the best defensive record. This year they are on course to make it six in a row.
      • 120 clean sheets in six seasons: at least 41 more than any other team.
      • 3,759 shots in six seasons: more than any other Serie A side.


      It's not just club records that Juve have racked up over the last six sensational seasons; there have been plenty of individual achievements too. Here are some of them:

      • Six consecutive Scudetto medals: Gianluigi Buffon, Andrea Barzagli, Leonardo Bonucci, Giorgio Chiellini, Stephan Lichtsteiner and Claudio Marchisio are now Italian champions for the sixth season running.
      • 105 clean sheets for Gianluigi Buffon: at least 29 more than any other Serie A goalkeeper.
      • 973 minutes without conceding: Gianluigi Buffon set a new Serie A record in 2015/16.
      • 10 Scudetto titles for Buffon: Including this year's. The captain has won more Serie A titles than any other goalkeeper.
      • 9,856 successful passes for Leonardo Bonucci: More than any other defender in the last six years. Leo is also the only defender to have scored at least two goals in each of the last four seasons.
      • 12 assists in one year: That was Andrea Pirlo's tally in 2011/12, the most by any Bianconeri player since 2004/05.
      • 19 goals and 9 assists, directly involved in 28 goals: In 2015/16, Paulo Dybala had a hand in more goals than any other Bianconeri player since 2004/05.
      • 24 Serie A goals in a debut Juventus campaign: Gonzalo Higuain has surpassed the record set by John Charles in 1957/58. The legendary Welsh forward netted 23 times in his maiden Bianconeri season.
      • 88 chances created: Since he arrived in Serie A (2015/16), no defender has supplied more chances for his team-mates than Alex Sandro.


      The Bianconeri who have collected six consecutive Serie A winner's medals have written their names indelibly into the club's history books, racking up some highly impressive figures along the way:

      • Gianluigi Buffon has made over 1000 career appearances, including 617 in Serie A. Paolo Maldini (647) is the only man to have played more top-flight matches.
      • Leonardo Bonucci has played over 300 games for the club. 
      • Giorgio Chiellini has appeared in more than 300 Serie A matches for Juventus. 
      • Claudio Marchisio has clocked up over 350 appearances for the Bianconeri.
      • Stephan Lichtsteiner now has more than 200 Juve appearances
      • Andrea Barzagli has also played over 200 games for the club.
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