Juventus TV Schedule
World Soccer Talk’s Juventus TV schedule tracks ‘The Old Lady,’ Italy’s most successful club domestically.
In Europe, Juventus may deserve success comparable to its Serie A dominance. With 36 Italian top-flight titles, Juventus is frequently regarded as a major player on the European stage.
After all, Juventus reached the European Cup or Champions League final nine times in its illustrious history. Remarkably, Il Bianconeri only has two European Cups. The seven defeats in finals are the more than any other team.
Regardless, Juventus is still one of the biggest clubs in Europe, let alone Italy. The famous white and black striped kit appeared on some of history’s best players. This Juventus TV schedule can fill you in on some of the world’s best today.
Where can I watch the Juventus match?
Juventus on TV and streaming: U.S. only:
Wednesday, October 5
Saturday, October 8
Tuesday, October 11
Saturday, October 15
Friday, October 21
Tuesday, October 25
Saturday, October 29
Stadium: Juventus Stadium
Manager: Massimiliano Allegri
Italian top-flight titles: 36
Champions League titles: 2
Juventus TV schedule and streaming links
Serie A has been passed around by American broadcasters in recent years. Not long ago, beIN SPORTS held the rights. Then, ESPN and ESPN+ broadcast Juventus games in the United States. Now, CBS and Paramount+ are the rights holders courtesy of a deal agreed in 2021.
CBS has its own sports-oriented channel, CBS Sports Network. This channel features some games and studio coverage from across Serie A. Due to the popularity of Juventus, it is fair to expect games on here every now and then.
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However, the more likely choice is to find games on Paramount+, the paid streaming service from CBS. The TV schedule above lays out when, where and how to watch each upcoming Juventus game.
In the 2010s, Juventus rattled off nine-consecutive Serie A titles while its biggest rivals stumbled. That kind of success came from brilliant players across the pitch.
On one hand, players like Cristiano Ronaldo and Gonzalo Higuain no longer highlight Juventus lineups. However, there is still plenty of talent each gameday at Juventus Stadium.
Dusan Vlahovic and Denis Zakaria only arrived in the January transfer window to bolster what was a, relatively speaking, struggling Juventus side. The pair adds to a deep roster with versatile players. Juan Cuadrado spent most of his career as an attacker, but can now be used as a wing back.
Arthur, Locatelli and Bentancur are all options in the midfield. Finally, Alvaro Morata can fill in up top. The forward options also feature Dejan Kulusevski, but he transferred to Tottenham in January.
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Schedule of upcoming matches
Serie A is shaping up to be the best competition when it comes to title races and the fight for top four. Other leagues in Europe have large gaps between first and second or third. In Italy, a club like Juventus, which sat at seventh not long ago, is still in contention for a title.
To keep up with all that action, head over to the World Soccer Talk Serie A TV and streaming guide. This has all the information you need to keep up with Italy’s top flight.
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