The Juventus Football Club is one of the most popular and historic football teams in Italy, with a large and passionate fan base. Although the team has won many domestic titles, its record in European competition is a bit more mixed, with both successes and disappointments.
In total, Juventus has played in nine Champions League finals, winning only twice. The first victory came in 1985, when they defeated Liverpool in the Heysel Stadium in Brussels. The second victory came 11 years later, in 1996, when they defeated Ajax in the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.
Unfortunately for Juventus, they have also lost a record seven finals in the competition. Their first loss came in 1973, when they were defeated by Ajax. They would go on to lose again in 1983 to Hamburg, and in 1997 to Borussia Dortmund.
Their most recent final appearances in the Champions League were in 2015 and 2017, both of which resulted in losses to Barcelona and Real Madrid, respectively.
Here’s a table summarizing Juventus’ record in Champions League finals:
While Juventus is undoubtedly one of the most iconic teams in Italian football history, their record in European competitions has been mixed, with two victories and a record seven losses in the Champions League finals.