Edoardo Agnelli of the Agnelli household. proprietors of the Fiat company gained control of the nine in 1923. [ 7 ] They had a private bowl in Villar Perosa ( south-west of Turin ) built and a complete set of installations and services. This proved a good move for the nine. as Juventus won their 2nd Italian Championship during the 1925-26 season ; they beat Alba Roma in the concluding with an aggregative mark of 12-1. Antonio Vojak’s ends were indispensable that season. [ 5 ]
From the 1930-31 through the 1934-35 season. Juventus collected a record of five back-to-back Italian conference titles. four of which were under manager Carlo Carcano ; [ 5 ] the squad included the likes of Raimundo Orsi. Luigi Bertolini. Giovanni Ferrari and Luis Monti amongst others. Notably. the nine reached the semi-finals of the Mitropa Cup before traveling out to Czechoslovakian side Slavia Prague. [ 8 ]
During 1933. Juventus moved to what is considered their first major place ; Stadio Benito Mussolini. it was built in 1933 for the 1934 FIFA World Cup. keeping a capacity of 65. 000. [ 9 ] It was originally named after Benito Mussolini who was Prime Minister of Italy at the clip. Edoardo Agnelli died on 14 July 1935. this affected the club’s conference public presentation in a big mode as some of the most outstanding participants left shortly after his decease.
Although the nine were unable to re-capture their signifier for the remainder of the thirtiess. they did complete as runners-up to Ambrosiana-Inter in the 1937-38 season. [ 5 ] After-World War II the club’s land was renamed. Stadio Comunale and Edoardo’s boy Gianni Agnelli was put in topographic point as honorary president ; [ 7 ] the nine added two more scudetto championship’s to their name in the 1949-50 and 1951-52 seasons. the latter of which was under the direction of Englishman Jesse Carver. This sort of signifier would be a mark of things to come in the hereafter.
After a dry enchantment. Juventus signed Welshman John Charles and Italo-Argentine Omar Sivori in 1957 to play aboard Giampiero Boniperti ( who had been with the nine since 1946 ) . This system was really successful for Juventus and they won Serie A in 1957-58 and 1959-60 with Fiorentina completing second on both occasions. the latter of which was Juventus’ foremost of all time double. as they besides won the Coppa Italia that season. This record interrupting squad became the first Italian nine to win 10 titles in 1961. in acknowledgment of this the nine were awarded a Golden Star for Sport Excellence ( Stella d’Oro al Merito Sportivo ) to have on on their shirt. Notably. Omar Sivori became the first Juventus participant to win the European Footballer of the Year that twelvemonth excessively. [ 10 ]
When Boniperti retired in 1961. he retired as the all-time top scorer at the nine. with 182 ends in all competitions ; a nine record which would last for 45 old ages. The last Juventus title triumph came with Heriberto Herrera as manager in 1966-67. [ 5 ] a noteworthy participants of this clip was the dependable guardian Sandro Salvadore.
Juventus farther solidified themselves as a tower of strength in Italian football during the 1970s by winning the scudetto in 1971-72. 1972-73. 1974-75 and 1976-77. [ 5 ] every bit good as making the 1973 European Cup Final where they lost to Ajax. Coached in the early portion of the decennary by Cestmir Vycpalek. a Czech who had one time played with Juventus ( and Palermo ) . the Old Lady built up a strong squad of participants to force them frontward. with Gaetano Scirea. Dino Zoff. Roberto Bettega. Fabio Capello. and Brazilian Jose Altafini who would go the joint-third highest scorer in Serie A history. [ 11 ]
Franco Causio besides became a really popular participant at the nine during the 1970s. in fact he was so popular that the nine allowed him to have on his hair long. prior to Causio this was against the regulations. [ 12 ] The nine besides provided the squad with official formal wear ( made by celebrated seamsters ) and forced them to finish their educational surveies. Most of its participants remained with Juventus until the terminal of their callings ; many were given occupations with the nine or for Fiat ( and related companies ) after playing retirement.