Environmental Impact


Juventus is aware of its role both in the world of football, as a club, and of the responsibilities and influence of its actions on the environment, as a company. Conscious of this correlation between corporate and territorial aspects, Juventus is responsible for reducing its impact as much as possible.

Following the analysis that involved the entire club and led to the update of the Materiality Matrix, the two priorities on which the club has chosen to concentrate its actions and investments over the next few years in this area are energy and waste management, aiming to reduce its carbon footprint as much as possible.

United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change- Sport for Climate Action

Juventus is the first Italian football club and the 150th signatory of the UNFCCC Sports for Climate Action Framework.

FIFA, UEFA and the IOC (International Olympic Committee) are already signatories, together with many other prominent sport teams all around the world.

UNFCCC Sports for Climate Action Framework brings together the global sports community to combat climate change by mapping a clear trajectory and setting standards for verifying emission reporting in line with the Paris Agreement.


Climate Neutral Now

Juventus has become the first Italian football club to join the “Climate Neutral Now” initiative, devised in 2015 by the United Nations. The project encourages people and companies to act voluntarily to measure, reduce and offset their greenhouse gas emissions.


Carbon footprint

Since the 18/19 season, 100% of the electricity purchased by Juventus has come from renewable sources. Starting from the 19/20 season, Juventus will begin reporting its carbon footprint. This action represents the club's commitment to managing its CO2 .emissions. 

As a first step in this direction, Juventus intends to compensate entirely for its Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions through carbon offsetting.

In the seasons ahead, Juventus intends to intensify its reporting efforts even more, collecting, where possible, data and information that can provide an increasingly accurate picture of its direct and indirect impacts in relation to emissions of CO2.