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Juventus' new HQ opening the first part of J-Village

by 17/07/2017 19:08:00 0 comments 1 Views
  • Juventus have unveiled their new HQ, the first part of their J-Village project
  • The new base will house the club's management and administrative staff
  • Five other developments are in the pipeline, including a new training base

By Tom Bassam For Mailonline

Published: 18:27 EDT, 17 July 2017 | Updated: 19:08 EDT, 17 July 2017

Juventus declared they had taken a 'step into its future' after unveiling their new headquarters just a stone's throw from the Allianz Stadium.

The club's new £3.7million base, in what was formerly the Continassa farmhouse, opened for the very first time on Monday and will house management and administrative staff.

Juventus have a 99-year lease on the new site, which covers a total of 4,370 square metre, and is the first of six infrastructure developments currently being undertaken by the Serie A champions on the 'J-Village' site.

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Juventus unveiled their new headquarters just a stone's throw from the Allianz Stadium
Juventus unveiled their new headquarters just a stone's throw from the Allianz Stadium

Juventus unveiled their new headquarters just a stone's throw from the Allianz Stadium

The new base in Continassa will house the club's management and administrative staff
The new base in Continassa will house the club's management and administrative staff

The new base in Continassa will house the club's management and administrative staff

is the first of the six 'J-Village' infrastructure developments currently being undertaken by Juve
is the first of the six 'J-Village' infrastructure developments currently being undertaken by Juve

is the first of the six 'J-Village' infrastructure developments currently being undertaken by Juve

The development of the former Continassa farmhouse cost the club roughly £3.7million
The development of the former Continassa farmhouse cost the club roughly £3.7million

The development of the former Continassa farmhouse cost the club roughly £3.7million

The other projects include the JTC (Juventus Training Center), the first-team training facility which will also house the media centre; the J-Hotel; the World International School; a club concept store and a power station as well as service infrastructure for the whole area.

The new training ground will be entirely dedicated to the first team and replaces the Vinovo, which also hosts the youth set-up. The 59,500 square-metre facility will have four natural grass pitches. Two buildings on site will house the sporting team and the media centre.

The 155-room J-Hotel will be built alongside that, which will act as Juventus’ permanent base. The club will have access to 32 rooms, a restaurant, conference facilities and a relaxation area for the players and coaching staff.

Juventus' Allianz Stadium can be seen from the veranda of the newly opened headquarters
Juventus' Allianz Stadium can be seen from the veranda of the newly opened headquarters

Juventus' Allianz Stadium can be seen from the veranda of the newly opened headquarters

A look at the modern interior of the Serie A champions new administrative building
A look at the modern interior of the Serie A champions new administrative building

A look at the modern interior of the Serie A champions new administrative building

The club's new first team training ground, the JTC, is also part of the 'J-Village' development
The club's new first team training ground, the JTC, is also part of the 'J-Village' development

The club's new first team training ground, the JTC, is also part of the 'J-Village' development

The concept store has been described by the club as 'innovative structure, dedicated to young people, but also adults and families'. It will have three ‘activity areas.’ A catering service reserved for students and families as well as a 2,500 square-metre commercial space.

The planned World International School (WINS) is set to offer an Anglo-Saxon curriculum. The institution will accommodate up to 600 students and be run by the International School of Europe, the organisation which is already running Juventus College at Vinovo.

The whole site was supposed to be completed by the end of June 2017 but that has been delayed.

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