Italian giants Juventus to play A-League All Stars at ANZ Stadium (1)
20 Dec 2013
ITALIAN football giants Juventus – one of the world's most famous clubs – will play the Foxtel A-League All Stars at ANZ Stadium on 10 August in another major events coup for NSW.
Juventus have declared they will tour with their full squad, including superstar striker Carlos Tevez and captain Gianluigi Buffon,for the showdown with the A-League’s best, who will play their first match since their inaugural clash against Manchester United earlier this year.
Juventus - the club that made Alessandro Del Piero a legend – are the most successful team in Italian football history, winning a record 29 Serie A titles and capturing two Champions League titles.
The Manchester United game sold out in minutes after going on sale when a packed house of 83,127 turned out at ANZ Stadium on 20 July to see a football master class.
Get ready because the Juventus game will be as big a sporting event this year.
The August 10 football blockbuster is the jewel in the crown of a packed 2014 ANZ Stadium events calendar and sets up a #AwesomeAugust, with the Bledisloe Cup (16 August),a Swans blockbuster against the Richmond Tigers and up to seven rugby league fixtures in an incredible month of sporting action.
Click here to check out the ANZ Stadium event calendar.
The big winners from the Juventus announcement are ANZ Stadium Members who have a premium seat at all fixtures in 2014. Stadium Membership is the best way to beat the ticket rush and guarantee your seat. Click here to secure yours today.
What better way to soak up the atmosphere at one of the year’s biggest sporting events than with an ANZ Stadium corporate box.
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Tickets for the Foxtel A-League All Stars v Juventus FC clash will go on sale in an exclusive Football Family Pre-Sale Window in January. Membership of the Football Family is free. Click here to be eligible for the Juventus pre-sale.
Official Juventus travel packages will go on sale for interstate and international visitors in January. Click here for updated information.
Like Manchester United, the Juventus clash is set to inject millions of dollars into the NSW economy and is another massive win for Sydney and NSW.