Education and respect for diversity, youth and social inclusion projects, environmental awareness and enhancement of the territory: these are some of the elements included in the new Juventus Football Club sustainability report.

The goals achieved:

The company stands out for having started its sustainability path from the 2013/2014 season, with the aim of building a more responsible and attentive football to environmental and social issues.

Here are some of the most significant actions and initiatives undertaken so far:

  • Use of totally renewable electricity;
  • Development of football projects for the involvement of children from difficult backgrounds and people with disabilities;
  • Allianz Stadium as the first stadium in Italy to achieve ISO 14001 in 2019;
  • Drafting of the carbon footprint (Scope 1 and Scope 2) and subsequent offsetting of emissions, through the acquisition of carbon credits (CERs);
  • Creation of a podcast and school educational projects against discrimination and racism;
  • Landing of the “One Tree Planted” project, which guarantees the planting of one hundred new trees for every goal scored by the first two teams (25,000 new specimens planted last season).

Commitment to the future

Over the next few years, Juventus will want to pay more and more attention to reducing its environmental impact. A further reduction in emissions is foreseen by the quantification of Scope 3 emissions – mostly related to the mobility of teams and fans for home matches.