New Stadium: 23,000 Seats Sold

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Post by Guest Wed Aug 03, 2011 11:48 am

Closed the season ticket campaign with a bang: 56% increase compared to 2010.
Juve New Stadium, sold 23 000 cards.
The effect of novelty. Decide whether to have affected more arrivals of Pirlo, Vidal and Vucinic, rather than a curiosity for the new plant property, is not easy. The fact is, Juventus can smile to read the data on the subscription campaign, formalized two days after the close: 23 000 cards sold, 56% more than last season, when the enthusiasm he could not break the threshold of 14,600 membership in an Olympic that could hold 28 thousand seats. The expectations are different today.

The stadium will be inaugurated on September 8, which provides 41,000 jobs. Fans are hoping that the novelty of the year coincides with the relaunch. In 20 000 have opted for the standard subscription formula: Twelve months ago the share had 14 000 members, 43% less. Others joined the offering "premium", the one applying to the most luxurious areas of the plant. There is also curious about the name of the new house: the sponsor that appiccicherà its label at the time, is still shrouded in mystery.

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Post by Guest Wed Aug 03, 2011 11:50 am

One month short of the inauguration match and the first home match V Parma, the New Stadium keeps on being talked about, this time thanks to the season tickets.

Two days after the season tickets campaign closed, Juventus states that almost 23,000 season tickets have been sold, i.e. 56% more than the 14,600 sold for the 2010/11 season played at the Stadio Olimpico.

The amount is made up of more than 20,000 standard season tickets (43% more than last year's 14,000), the rest being Premium season tickets.

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