When the new football season kicks off in earnest on November 8, 2018, a new stadium will be built and a new title is revealed.
It’s the first major event of the new year for the Italian club, Juventus, who will be competing in the UEFA Champions League.
The league kicks off on November 17 with the quarter-finals between Barcelona and Real Madrid.
This is not the first time Juventus have played in the new stadium, however.
In 2013, the club played in Stadio Olimpico and the same stadium has been used for the past few seasons.
This will be the first game between the two teams in the stadium, which is currently being rebuilt.
“The new stadium has to be ready for the start of the season,” the club’s sporting director, Roberto Mancini, said on Tuesday.
“We are still working on details and the date is not yet set.”
Juventus’s preparations for the first leg of the tie against Real Madrid will be much the same as the first half of last season.
The club will play three matches at the new ground, as well as four matches at home.
The stadium, known as Stadios Roma, has been in use for the last two seasons, when it was used as a temporary home for the club for the season.
Real Madrid have used the stadium in the past as their training ground, but they decided to move the training ground to the new venue in 2015 and use the new pitch during their match against AC Milan on Saturday.
Juve’s preparations will be far from easy.
“It will be a tough match for Real Madrid, because they are not a team which is very good,” Juve’s defender, Leonardo Bonucci, said.
“This match will be crucial for the future of Juve.
In the past, Juventus have won their home matches in the same fashion, and the team has also scored twice in a row, against Real Sociedad and Athletic Bilbao. “
The atmosphere of this stadium is great, so there will be plenty of opportunities for the players to show their skill and technique.”
In the past, Juventus have won their home matches in the same fashion, and the team has also scored twice in a row, against Real Sociedad and Athletic Bilbao.
For Real Madrid’s Sergio Ramos, this will be his first game in a new venue.
Ramos is one of the best goalkeepers in the world, having started the season in goal for the Spanish national team.
“My goal for this match is to be able to win the trophy,” he said.
It will take a very special performance from Ramos, who has been struggling to find his form for a few months.
He scored a spectacular solo goal in the 3-0 victory over Inter Milan in November, but the team had trouble against Barcelona.
A victory against Real will be huge for the team and will put pressure on other teams, including Bayern Munich, who are already struggling with injuries to their forward line.
Bayern have lost three players to injury in the last month and are hoping that Mario Gotze will be able help them.
Gzeit had a superb start to the season, but his form dipped slightly in the second half.
But he was replaced in the first match of the UEFA Europa League against CSKA Moscow.
There was speculation that Gotze could leave Bayern this summer and join Borussia Dortmund, which would put pressure upon the team to be competitive.
Borussia Dortmund’s sporting manager Markus Weinzierl has been working closely with the club, as the club has struggled to get its new team ready.
Werner Ritter, the president of the Bundesliga club, was also in attendance at the press conference, and it was obvious he is in favor of the team’s success in the Europa League.
“I think the fans will come out, because we are playing for the Champions League,” Ritter said.
The first leg is scheduled for November 20 at the Aviva Stadium.
You can watch the game live on BT Sport at 4pm GMT and BT Sport2 at 8pm GMT.
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