Wednesday July 30th, 2014


Juventus won Serie A last season in convincing fashion, closing out the year with 102 points and a +57 goal differential. Carlos Tevez paced the team's scoring, leading the way with 19 goals. Stephen Lichtsteiner led the team in assists with eight. 

The club will have a new coach this season in Massimiliano Allegri after Antonio Conte resigned. Juventus added several key players in Patrice Evra, Luca Marrone and Alvaro Morata but lost Mirko Vučinić, Federico Peluso and Fabio Quagliarella.

Serie A Fixtures 2014/2015

08/30/14 Chievo Verona (A)

09/14/14 Udinese (H)

09/21/14 AC Milan (A)

09/24/14 Cesena (H)

09/28/14 Atalanta (A)

10/05/14 AS Roma (H)

10/19/14 Sassuolo (A)

10/26/14 Palermo (H)

10/29/14 Genoa (A)

11/02/14 Empoli (A)

11/09/14 Parma (H)

11/23/14 Lazio (A)

11/30/14 Torino (H)

12/07/14 Fiorentina (A)

12/14/14 Sampdoria (H)

12/21/14 Cagliari (A)

01/06/15 Internazionale (H)

01/11/15 Napoli (A)

01/18/15 Hellas Verona (H)

01/25/15 Chievo Verona (H)

02/01/15 Udinese (A)

02/08/15 AC Milan (H)

02/15/15 Cesena (A)

02/22/15 Atalanta (H)

03/01/15 AS Roma (A)

03/08/15 Sassuolo (H)

03/15/15 Palermo (A)

03/22/15 Genoa (H)

04/04/15 Empoli (H)

04/12/15 Parma (A)

04/19/15 Lazio (H)

04/26/15 Torino (A)

04/29/15 Fiorentina (H)

05/03/15 Sampdoria (A)

05/10/15 Cagliari (H)

05/17/15 Internazionale (A)

05/24/15 Napoli (H)

05/31/15 Hellas Verona (A)

Notes: Italian Serie A fixture dates are not confirmed until several weeks prior to matches.

- Aaron Somers

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