Nicknamed the Old Lady, Juventus were formed in 1897 and became the Bianconeri in 1903 when they swapped their pink shirts for black and white stripes to copy Notts County. Juve won five consecutive titles between 1930 and 1935 and have dominated Italian football for long periods, but the Calciopoli scandal of 2006 rocked the club and demoted them to Serie B. Two of Juventus' 29 titles were taken away but they remain historically the most successful club in Italy and have reasserted themselves in recent years to return the tally of Scudetti to 29 as they go in search of their third consecutive title.



Valentin Eysseric of ACF Fiorentina battles for the ball with Thomas Rincon of Torino Fc during the Serie A match between ACF Fiorentina and Torino FC at Stadio Artemio Franchi on October...

7 Football Clubs With Interesting Links & Friendships

In the same way that unusual rivalries like the one between Crystal Palace and Brighton and Hove Albion can develop over time, so too can friendly relationships between football clubs and their supporters. I’m not talking about the relationship between a club like Chelsea in England and Vitesse in the Netherlands, where their relationship is seemingly more one of a mutually beneficial business interest, but more like the relationship between Chelsea and Rangers.

Image has been processed using a digital filter) Toni Kroos of Germany hits a corner during the international friendly match between Germany and Saudi Arabia at BayArena on June 8, 2018 in...

7 Clubs Who Need Bigger Stadiums

I’ve gone a little bit stadium mad on this channel over the last month or so. We’ve had a then and now video on the first 7 World Cup final stadiums, a look at 7 fascinating abandoned stadiums and seven - or fourteen I guess - of the stadiums located closest together from across the globe.