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S.S. Lazio

Società Sportiva Lazio, () commonly referred to as Lazio (), is a professional Italian sports club based in sports clubRome , most known for its football activity . The society, founded in 1900, play in the football activitySerie A and have spent most of their history in the top tier of Italian football. Lazio have been Italian champions twice, and have won the Italian championsCoppa Italia six times, the Italian championsCoppa ItaliaSupercoppa Italiana three times, and both the Italian... read more

Clube Atlético Juventus

The Clube Atlético Juventus (Latin for ''Youth''), usually known simply as Juventus, is a professional Brazilian football club based in Mooca, a São Paulo neighborhood. Although it was a Campeonato Brasileiro Série B (Taça de Prata) winner once, Juventus nowadays competes only in São Paulo tournaments, like Campeonato Paulista.The team typically plays in maroon shirts and white shorts, and is nicknamed ''Moleque Travesso'' (the Prankster Boy).==History==Clube Atlético Juventus was founded on... read more

Juventus F.C. ultras

The Juventus F.C. ultras are the organized fans of Italian football club Juventus, from Turin.==History==Juventus supporters during a match at the Juventus Stadium.The first real groups of Juventus Football Club supporters came in the middle of the 1970s. The first two groups were called ''Venceremos'' and ''Autonomia Bianconera'' and both were on the left side in politics. In 1976 the first two real organizated Ultras groups were founded, ''Fossa dei Campioni'' and ''Panthers''.One year later,... read more

2001–02 Juventus F.C. season

The 2001–02 season was Juventus Football Club's 104th in existence and 100th consecutive season in the top flight of Italian football. Juventus ended a three-year drought of league titles, following a remarkable turnaround in fortunes during the final days of the season, when Inter suffered from a collapse of nerves in the closing stages. On the final day of the league season, Juventus won 2–0 away from home against Udinese, while Inter fell at Lazio 4–2, despite leading twice. That handed... read more

History of S.S. Lazio

The history of Società Sportiva Lazio covers over 110 years of the football from the club based in Lazio, Italy, established in 1900.==Foundation and early years==Plaque commemorating the foundation of S.S. Lazio at Piazza della Libertà (Roma, Prati).''Società Podistica Lazio'', or ''Lazio Athletics Club'', was founded on 9 January 1900 in the Prati district of Rome, making it the oldest Roman football team currently active. Wanting to encompass more than just the city of Rome, the club's nine... read more

S.S. Lazio fans

The S.S. Lazio fans are supporters of Italian football club Lazio.===The beginning===The history of organized fan groups of S.S. Lazio, known in Italian as the ''Tifoseria Laziale''. It began in the late 1960s when small groups of supporters filled the steps of Stadio Olimpico in Rome. They belonged to different groups which were ''Tuparamos, Eagles, Ultras, Vigilantes, NAB, CAST'' and ''Marines'', the latter consisting mostly of younger fans.===The foundation of Eagles Supporters===The early groups... read more

2008–09 Juventus F.C. season

The 2008–09 season was Juventus Football Club's 111th in existence and 2nd consecutive season in the top flight of Italian football.==Season review==At various points in the season, Juventus looked as though they could challenge rivals Internazionale's stronghold over Serie A, most notably in November 2008 following five successive wins, in late January 2009 after a seven-game unbeaten streak and again in March 2009 after another series of seven games without losing, which included impressive 4–1... read more

2007–08 Juventus F.C. season

The 2007–08 season was Juventus Football Club's 110th in existence and first season back in the top flight of Italian football.==Season review==On 4 June 2007, Claudio Ranieri was appointed the new manager following the resignation of Didier Deschamps. With the club back in Serie A, new signings such as Czech international Zdeněk Grygera, Portuguese midfielder Tiago Mendes and Sergio Almirón were brought in to strengthen the squad while promising youngsters such as Sebastian Giovinco, Claudio... read more

2003–04 Juventus F.C. season

The 2003–04 season was Juventus Football Club's 106th in existence and 102nd consecutive season in the top flight of Italian football.Juventus could not defend its league title from 2002–03, and tumbled down to third in the standings. Sensationally, it conceded a near-record 42 goals during the course of the season, as new signing Nicola Legrottaglie looked totally out of depth in central defence. So poor was Legrottaglie's form that the club's following manager, Fabio Capello, barely used him... read more

1999–2000 Juventus F.C. season

The 1999–2000 season was Juventus Football Club's 102nd in existence and 98th consecutive season in the top flight of Italian football.==Summary==Juventus came close to adding to its collection of league titles, but in the end, a controversial refereeing decision denied them the title.Juventus led 1–0 at home to Parma in their penultimate match. Parma made a huge effort to equalise, and thought they had got the desired goal when Fabio Cannavaro headed the ball into the back of the net during... read more

2002–03 Juventus F.C. season

The 2002–03 season was Juventus Football Club's 105th in existence and 101st consecutive season in the top flight of Italian football. Juventus had a special season, in which it took its last sanctionated league title for the better part of the decade. Despite this, the club mourned the death of its patriarch Gianni Agnelli, and even though his brother Umberto took over the lead of the club, he was also ageing.==Season review==On the field, the side coached by Marcello Lippi had a relatively slow... read more


Lazio (, ; ; ) is one of the 20 administrative regions of administrative regionsItaly , situated in the central peninsular section of the country. With almost 5.9 million residents and a GDP of more than 170 billion euros, Lazio is the second most populated region of Italy (being approximately the same in population as central peninsular sectionCampania ), and has the second largest economy of the nation. Its capital is central peninsular sectionCampaniaRome , capital and largest city ... read more

2000–01 Juventus F.C. season

The 2000–01 season was Juventus Football Club's 103rd in existence and 99th consecutive season in the top flight of Italian football.==Summary==Juventus just came up short in Serie A for the second year in a row. Unlike in 2000, it did not have matters in its own hands prior to the final game of the season, and even though Juventus fended off Atalanta 2–1 at home, Roma beat Parma 3–1, which meant the title landed with a Roman club for the second year running.The determining moment of the title... read more

2013–14 S.S. Lazio season

The 2013–14 football season was Società Sportiva Lazio's 113th season since the club's founding and their 26th consecutive season in the top division of Italian football. Their manager was Vladimir Petković until 4 January 2014, when he was replaced by Edoardo Reja, and their captain is Cristian Ledesma.===Supercoppa Italiana===Lazio, as holders of the Coppa Italia trophy faced Juventus, the 2012–13 Serie A champions.===Coppa Italia===By finishing in the top 8 places in the 2012–13 Serie... read more

2006–07 Juventus F.C. season

The 2006–07 season was Juventus Football Club's 109th season in existence and first season in its history in Serie B.==Aftermath of ''Calciopoli''==Juventus were docked nine points and had their 2004-05 and 2005-06 ''Scudetti'' revoked among other punishments. The 2005-06 ''Scudetto'' was given to Internazionale as runners-up Milan were docked points for their involvement in the scandal. Following the sanctions, Juventus played outside the top flight for the first time in their history, leaving... read more


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