Juventus (disambiguation)

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Juventus (referred to shorthand as Juve) is the name of several football clubs in Europe, Latin America, Africa and Australia:



previously known as Juventus
  • A.S. Livorno Calcio, an Italian football club from Livorno, Tuscany founded by merger between SPES Livorn and Virtus Juventusque
  • FBC Luino 1910, an Italian football club from Luino, Lombardy previously known as Juventus FC
  • S.S.D. Massese, an Italian football club from Massa, Tuscany previously known as US Massese Juventus 1919
  • A.S. Trapani, an Italian football club from Trapani, Sicily previously known as Juventus Trapani
  • Adelaide City F.C. 1946, an Australian football club previously known as Adelaide Juventus
  • Brunswick Juventus (now known as Brunswick Zebras S.C.), an Australian football (soccer) club from Brunswick (Melbourne)
  • Hobart Zebras FC, an Australian football (soccer) club from Hobart, Tasmania previously known as Juventus S.C. Hobart
  • Launceston City FC, an Australian football (soccer) club from Launceston, Tasmania previously known as Launceston Juventus S.C.
  • FK Juventus Malchika, a Bulgarian defunct football club from Malchika, Levski Municipality merged with FK Levski to OFC Levski 2007
  • FC Petrolul Ploiești, a Romanian football club from Ploiești, Prahova County founded as FC Juventus București in 1924
  • MFK Topvar Topoľčany, a Slovakian football club from Topoľčany, Nitra Region previously known as ASC Juventus Topoľčany
  • AC Bellinzona, a Swiss football club from Bellinzona, Ticino previously known as FC Juventus Bellinzona
  • FC Juventus Locarno, a Swiss defunct football club from Locarno, Ticino merged with FC Unitas Locarno to FC Locarno
  • Deportivo Táchira FC, a Venezuelan football club from San Cristóbal, Táchira founded as Juventus de San Cristobal



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