How to buy and sell shares in Juventus F.C.
A simple guide to buying shares in one of Italy's most successful football teams - Juventus.
Juventus are one of Italy’s (and Europe’s) most successful football clubs. This easy guide will show you how to buy and sell shares in Juventus F.C.
Juventus are listed on the Milan Stock Exchange (MTA) and have the ticker name of JUVE. Remember that performance on the stock exchange isn’t solely dependant on their performances on the football pitch – so make sure you do your own extensive research before investing!
How to buy shares in Juventus
As Juventus F.C is a Public Limited Company (PLC) – they are listed on the stock exchange, meaning buying shares is fairly straightforward. Simply follow the steps below to become a shareholder in Juventus.
- First you need to open a share trading account.
- Deposit funds into your account.
- Find Juventus on your chosen trading platform. Try searching their ticker name of JUVE if you can’t find them.
- Choose the amount you want to invest.
- Invest! Once you have placed your deal you now have shares in Juventus.
Share price performance
Take a look at Juve’s share price performance over the last 3 months on the graph below. You can see the impact of Ronaldo’s signing pretty clearly. It’s always important to remember that past performance is no indication of future results!
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Other clubs you can buy shares in
Interested in buying shares in another football club? Luckily Juventus isn’t the only football team you can buy shares in – you can also buy shares in clubs such as Manchester United, Celtic and Borussia Dortmund amongst others. See the table below for all the current football clubs that you can buy shares in.
Note: not all football clubs are Public Limitied Companies (PLC) and therefore you can’t buy and sell shares in them.
|Manchester United||England||Premier League|
|AS Roma||Italy||Serie A|
|Arsenal FC||England||Premier League|
|Rangers FC||Scotland||Scottish Premiership|
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