On October, 2022 Juventus lost 4-3 against Benfica, resulting in their elimination from the Champions League group stage. This marks the first time in nine years that the Italian giants will not progress to the knockout rounds of the competition.
The Italian Serie A final match took place on June 4, 2023.
Juventus pre-season 2023/24 confirmed schedule
Last year, the Bianconeri were back on a summer tour to the USA from July 20-31 after a hiatus in the recent years. They played against lub Deportivo Guadalajara on July 22, Barcelona on July 26 and Real Madrid on July 30. The fixtures Stateside took place in Las Vegas Allegiant Dtadium, the Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas and the Rose Bowl Stadium in Los Angeles.
Ahead of the upcoming season, it has been confirmed that Juve will take part in Soccer Champions Tour 2023 in the USA. Fixtures will take place 11 days across the states of California and Florida against AC Milan and Real Madrid. Bianconeri were also scheduled to face FC Barcelona on July 22, however, the Catalan side stated the match was canceled as a considerable number of players in Xavi's squad are currently affected by viral gastroenteritis.
The schedule is below:
- July 27: Juventus 3-2 Milan in Los Angeles, Dignity Health Stadium
- August 2: Juventus 3-1 Real Madrid in Orlando, Camping World Stadium
- August 12: Atalanta vs Juventus in Cesena, Stadio Dino Manuzzi
After friendly games, Massimilano Allegri and his squad will go back to Italy and to carry on final preparations ahead of the Serie A's new campaign.
How to watch Juventus pre-season 2023/24?
In the USA Juventus matches can be watched on Paramount+
In recent years, Serie A has had a changing lineup of American broadcasters. Initially, beIN SPORTS had the broadcasting rights, but subsequently, ESPN and ESPN+ took over broadcasting Juventus games in the United States. As of 2021, CBS and Paramount+ are now in possession of the broadcasting rights, following a recently agreed deal.
Juventus 2023-24 pre-season squad
Here is the potential squad of Juventus for the upcoming pre-season
Goalkeepers — Wojciech Szczęsny, Mattia Perin, Gian Marco Crespi, Carlo Pinsoglio, Giovanni Garofani, Simone Scaglia
Defenders — Federico Gatti, Daniele Rugani, Leonardo Bonucci, Gleison Bremer, Tommaso Barbieri
Midfielders — Paul Pogba, Ángel Di María, Nicolò Fagioli, Leandro Paredes, Adrien Rabiot, Juan Cuadrado, Fabio Mirreti
Wingers/Forwards — Dušan Vlahović, Federico Chiesa, Arkadiusz Milik, Filip Kostić
When does Juventus 2023-24 Serie A season start?
The 2023-24 Italian Serie A will kick off on 20 August, 2023 and will conclude on 26 May, 2024. The fixtures of the league will be confirmed around June t to July of this year.