The first week of the Serie A season is the beginning of an exciting and demanding campaign.
The first match is against Sampdoria at the San Siro, a home match against Fiorentina is scheduled for Sunday evening and the final of the season is at home against Napoli on Tuesday.
It is a busy time for the Bianconeri, with the start of the transfer window just over two weeks away and a slew of high profile signings to make, including Lazio’s Francesco Totti, Roma’s Matteo Darmian and Inter Milan’s Daniele De Rossi.
The season kicks off on Friday night, when Napoli host Lazio in the first leg of the Scudetto final.
It is the last match in a four-match road trip that has seen Juventus go unbeaten in all competitions, having gone three games without conceding a goal.
There will be plenty of big moments to celebrate in the next few days, as the Biancocelesti get to grips with the challenge of the Europa League.
The last three winners have all been in Italy, and the Biancios have won six of their past seven.
Juventus face a difficult trip, as they are also in the Europa league for the first time since 2009, and this will be their fourth consecutive round of Europa League matches.
It will also be a test of Juve’s form, with just four wins from their past 12 games.
They have scored a league-high 13 goals, but are only ahead of rivals Inter in the standings, and they have not managed to find a win against a top-eight side in the competition.
Napoli are coming off a defeat against Lazio, while Fiorendina are playing their home match at San Sibiu on Sunday.