Why isn't Juventus in FIFA 21? This is because FIFA's main rival, Konami's Pro Evolution Soccer, has exclusive rights to the team. This implies that FIFA 21 will be unable to include any of the club's badges or venues in their game.
In addition to this, there are also certain players who have signed contracts with PES 2020 and thus cannot be released. However, these are only a small number of the players available in FIFA 21.
Juventus was founded in 1897 by two Italian businessmen as Calcio Padova. The men wanted to start a football club after they saw the sport being played at international exhibitions. They chose to name the club after the giuliana ghiotta (dove), due to its resemblance to a bird. Today, Juve is one of the most popular teams in Italy and the world, having won five Serie A titles and four Coppa Italia trophies. They have also won the UEFA Champions League three times.
The club currently plays in the Juventus Stadium which it shares with English side Chelsea. The stadium was built in 2010 and holds 55,000 people. It is located about 15 miles north of the city center of Turin.
Juventus' traditional home kit is all-white with blue stripes down the sides of the shirt and shorts.
Juve's absence is due to an exclusive agreement the Italian club has with Konami that has been in effect since FIFA 20. While Juventus are not officially represented in FIFA 21, EA Sports claims that "generic uniforms and crests" are utilized. This means that if you own a FIFA 20 game code, you can add Juve to your roster via the My Club option.
Additionally, the Colombian league is not included in FIFA 21. No reason is given by EA for this decision.
However, if you own FIFA 20, you can add Colombia's Segunda Division Fútbol Profesional team, Atlético Nacional, by downloading the relevant update.
Juventus Football Team (from Latin: iuventus, 'youth'; Italian pronunciation: [ju'ventus]), generally known as Juventus or Juve (pronounced ['ju:ve]), is an Italian professional football club headquartered in Turin, Piedmont. The team was founded on 28 February 1913 by a group of young athletes who were members of the Juventus University Club (Italian: Iuventutis Universitatis Club). They named the club after Jupiter, the Roman god of youth and victory.
The colors used by the club are black and white. This reflects both the original identity of the club as the "Black-White" tennis team, and also the color scheme of the tennis courts on which the club first played its matches.
Today, Juventus plays in Serie A, the highest division of Italian football. The club has won five European Cups/UEFA Champions Leagues (1974, 1975, 1977, 1993, 1996), as well as two Inter-Cities Fairs Cups/UEFA Super Cups (1975, 1995). With these records, Juventus is considered one of the most successful clubs in Europe.
Furthermore, the club has finished as runners-up in three other European competitions: the First UEFA Cup Winners' Cup in 1962–63, the Second UEFA Cup Winners' Cup in 1983–84, and the UEFA Cup in 2005–06.
Juventus Football Team (from Latin: iuventus, "youth"; Italian pronunciation: [ju'ventus]), generally known as Juventus or Juve (pronounced), is an Italian professional football club headquartered in Turin, Piedmont. The team was founded on 28 February 1913 by American-Italian sports entrepreneur Charles Albert Juventus. They are the most successful club in Italy with 12 domestic titles and three UEFA Champions League trophies to their name.
The club's nickname comes from the original name of its stadium, Stadio delle Alpi (Alpine Stadium). It was here that the club's first official match was played, a 1–1 draw with Carcano on 28 February 1913. The term "Juventini" is also used to refer to supporters of Juventus.
Juventus' first uniform color was black; today they wear yellow and blue colors. The team has won every major European trophy available for clubs: the UEFA Europa League, UEFA Champions League, and UEFA Super Cup.
Their success has been built upon a strong academy system that has produced many talented players who have gone on to play for Juventus and the Italian national team. The club has employed several managers who have become champions of Europe, including all-time leading scorer Alfredo Di Stéfano and José Mourinho.