Matches against Cagliari, Palermo, Empoli and Udinese follow before the Bianconeri face fellow northern heavyweights Milan at the San Siro on the weekend of 23 October.
Arguably the most important fixture of the last campaign, namely the visit of Maurizio Sarri’s Napoli, takes place on Matchday 11, capping off a busy week that begins with the aforementioned clash with the Rossoneri, with Sampdoria providing the opposition in Piedmont during midweek, just days before the Partenopei also make the journey to Turin.
Chievo, Pescara, Genoa and Atalanta form Juve’s next opponents before inter-city rivals Torino host Allegri’s men at the Stadio Olimpico on the weekend of 11 December. The second instalment of the Derby Della Mole takes place on the weekend of 7 May.
Just one week after locking horns with Sinisa Mihajlovic’s side, the Bianconeri face another encounter of enormous significance when Roma pay their annual visit to Juventus Stadium.
A long trip south to recently-promoted Crotone represents the final fixture before the winter break, while the reigning champions host Bologna on Matchday 19 for the first game after the festive period.
The Rossoblu subsequently return the favour to Allegri and company for the very last match of the season on the weekend of 28 May.
First time to Juventus Arena? Check out the seating chart, and the directions below.
08-Jan-17: Juventus-Bologna – Buy Juventus Tickets
15-Jan-17: Fiorentina-Juventus – Buy Juventus Tickets
22-Jan-17: Juventus-Lazio – Buy Juventus Tickets
29-Jan-17: Sassuolo v Juventus – Buy Juventus Tickets
02-Apr-17: Napoli-Juventus – Buy Juventus Tickets
09-Apr-17: Juventus-Chievo – Buy Juventus Tickets
15-Apr-17: Pescara-Juventus – Buy Juventus Tickets
23-Apr-17: Juventus v Genoa – Buy Juventus Tickets
30-Apr-17: Atalanta-Juventus – Buy Juventus Tickets
Directions to Juventus Stadium
From Milan, take the A4 motorway to Turin. After passing the Rondissone tollbooth, follow the signs for Bardonecchia-Frejus on the SS11 and then the E55. Follow the northern ring-road, and take the exit for Venaria-Stadio. Follow the signs for Venaria-Druento. Turn right onto Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi and continue along Strada Comunale di Altessano until you reach the stadium.
From Turin, take the ring-road then the A55 motorway heading towards Milan-Aosta. Take the exit for Stadio-Venaria, then follow the signs for Torino-Druento. Turn right onto Corso Alessandria, then left onto Via Druento. Continue as far as the junction with Strada Comunale di Altessano. Coming from the ringroad of Turin, you can reach the stadium by getting the following exits: Venaria and Corso Regina Margherita.
For those who have a season ticket/regular ticket for the WEST – EAST – SOUTH Stands, we suggest to get the exit ‘Corso Regina Margherita’. For those who have a season ticket/regular ticket for the NORTH and VISITORS’ Stands, we suggest to get the exit ‘Venaria’
By public transport Juventus’ new stadium is easily reached by train from every part of the country. When you arrive in Turin, take the underground from Porta Nuova or Porta Susa station to Bernini. From there, special shuttles go back and forth to the stadium. From the stations of Porta Nuova and Porta Susa(18 Dicembre Underground station), take the underground towards Fermi and get out at Bernini.
On match days, Shuttle 9 leaves from there directly for the stadium. Coming back, the last departure is 45 minutes after the end of the match.
You can reach the stadium by bus every day, traveling on numbers 62, 72, 72 and 75. To work out your route more precisely, click here. If you don’t have a public transport season ticket, you can buy a simple city ticket. It’s valid for one underground journey, plus all buses and trams, for 90 minutes from the time of validation (stamp it on the first vehicle you board).