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
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
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