Stadio di Corso Marsiglia

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Campo Juventus
Stadio di Corso Marsiglia
1928-29 Divisione Nazionale - Juventus v Bologna - Combi, Schiavio, Rosetta.jpg
LocationTurin, Italy  Italy
OwnerJuventus
Capacity15,000
Construction
Opened1922
Demolished1939
Tenants
Foot-ball Club Juventus

The Stadio di Corso Marsiglia (officially Campo Juventus) was a multisports stadium located in Turin (Italy). It was designed by architect Amedeo Lavini.[1]

The first Italian sportive stadium with artificial light and built in reinforced concrete,[2] it was home to Italian giants Foot-Ball Club Juventus between 1922 (The first game played at Corso Marsiglia was between Juventus and Modena for the Federal Championship, which the Torinese side won 4–0) and 1933, the year in which Juventus transferred to Stadio Mussolini. During these years the club won four national titles, including winning three consecutively (1926, 1931, 1932 and 1933).[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Amedeo Lavini". Olympedia. Retrieved 22 July 2020.
  2. ^ "Il Comunale" (in Italian). gazzetta.it. 27 December 1997.
  3. ^ "Juventus Football Club: The History". Juventus.com. 9 August 2008.