Juventus launch teaser for a new Christmas extravaganza on social media

Last Christmas, Juventus brought the club together for a festive song – a bespoke take on We Wish You A Merry Christmas with words re-written for the club itself.

Complete with players singing together, some fantastic black and white Christmas jumpers and plenty of international accents singing in both Italian and English in different verses, it was great to see a club coming together to have fun as well as creating something for their fans.

Juventus weren’t the only ones to make Christmas videos, of course. Most teams do something and it’s becoming a bit of a tradition in itself. Who could forget, for example, Manchester City defender Aleksandar Kolarov’s attempt in 2013?

This year, it looks like Juve will be back for another Christmas special on social media to gift their fans something this year once again.

On Twitter, on Monday morning, the club launched a teaser for a new Christmas adventure featuring the club’s famous black and white colours as well as a zebra – one of the club’s nicknames, and an animal which used to appear on the club’s badge – and a boy named Jay, an obvious connection to the club’s name, but also the Juventus Stadium with its museum, the J-Museum and the club’s new badge.

From the looks of the polished animation and the teaser, Juventus are planning more of an extravaganza this year than their song from last time. But we’ll have to wait and see what comes next.

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