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At Piazza Affari, Juventus celebrates qualification for the Champions League

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Qualification in the Champions League, reached on the last day of the championship, pushes Juventus Fc up in Piazza Affari. The titles of the bianconero club have come to earn more than three points, reaching a maximum of 0.785 euros for the day. Exchanges were lively, in a fairly cautious session for the FTSE MIB and the All Share and, in general, for the European stock exchanges. On Sunday the last day of the Serie A football championship was played and, with Inter and Atalanta already qualified for the Champions League, the highest European club football competition, two places remained to be assigned.

Milan, Napoli and Juventus contended them and, thanks to the results of the matches played on Sunday, it was Milan and Juventus who snatched the ticket for Europe, which can make a difference to the budget of companies. In fact, the effects of the non-participation in the competition were estimated by the FIGC Football Report (carried out by PwC on an empirical basis on the cases found between 2014 and 2019), in an economic impact in about 75 million lost revenues, based on a average obtained from the cases of the last few years. If Juventus had not managed to qualify for the Champions League, next year they would have played in the Europa League, which allows revenues almost halved compared to the “queen” competition.


(Il Sole 24 Ore Radiocor)

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