Hurrà Juventus

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Hurrà Juventus
Editor Cantelli Editore S.p.A
Categories Football
Frequency Monthly
First issue 10 June 1915; 99 years ago (1915-06-10)
Country Italy
Based in Turin, Italy
Language Italian

Hurrà Juventus is an Italian sport magazine entirely dedicated to the football club Juventus F.C. Founded by Editor and first director Corradino Corradini[1] during the club's Presidential Committee of War composed by Gioacchino Armano (one of the founders), Sandro Zambelli and Fernando Nizza (a former Juventus footballer), was first published at Turin on 10 June 1915 as a newspaper to distribute among club's players, workers and fans in World War I.[2]

The oldest publication of its kind in the country[3] was discontinued in October 1916, due to lack of raw materials as consequence of the World War I, but the prints again in 1919 until 1927.

Hurrà Juventus is currently the best selling football club magazine in Italy (60,000 copies monthly).[4] The magazine is published by Cantelli Editore S.p.A.[3]

See also[edit]

List of magazines published in Italy


  1. ^ "Juventus Football Club: The History". 9 August 2008. 
  2. ^ "La storia della Juventus - Stagioni. Stagione 1914-15: Scoppia la Prima Guerra Mondiale. Nasce Hurrà Juventus". (in Italian). Retrieved 4 January 2009. 
  3. ^ a b "Ju and You: Hurrà Juventus". (in Italian). Retrieved 28 April 2008. 
  4. ^ "Hurrà Juventus". (in Italian). Retrieved 5 January 2009.