Enjoy the Juventus-Ajax Quarter Final from Row 3 of the Allianz Stadium in Turin
You can be right at the heart of the action when Juventus takes on Ajax in the hotly anticipated UEFA Champions League 2018/19 Quarter Final.
Juventus, led by Massimiliano Allegri, will face Erik ten Hag's men, the squad that managed to oust reigning champions Real Madrid in the previous round.
The auction winner and a friend will enjoy the game that will take place at 9pm on Tuesday April 16 2019 from some of the best seats in the Allianz Stadium:
- Sivori stand, first tier, sector 104, row 3, seats 10 and 11
- Faux leather seats with armrests
- priority access from Gate G (Gaetano Scirea lane)
In addition, the auction winner and a friend will have access to the buffet restaurant at the heart of the VIP stand before the match, at half-time and after the match. Hospitality will include:
- lunch/dinner buffet service pre-match in the Omar Sivor Club Hospitality Room
- Half-time and post-match bar service with sweet and savory snacks
Note: Anyone can take part in this auction and access the Allianz Stadium, you do not have to be an official fan cardholder or a JuventusMember cardholder. Entry cards must be picked up from a location that will be communicated to the auction winner after payment a €150 safety deposit. These cards must be returned at the end of the match.
Live Onlus is an Italian nonprofit organization created in June, 2008 by Andrea Zalamena with the participation of the soccer players Alessandro Lambrughi (former Livorno defender for six years) and Giacomo Bindi. Many soccer players have been involved in the charity over the years (Leonardo Bonucci, Pasquale Schiattarella, Miralem Pjanic, Daniele Rugani, Matteo Bruscagin, Elia Legati, Ermanno Fumagalli, Davide Di Quinzio, Alvaro Morata and many others), serving as the charity's testimonials.
Monza-based Live Onlus has been helping sports associations and local schools in the northern Italian towns of Monza and Brianza by donating defibrillators and sports equipment, and redoing fields.
Recently, Live Onlus has been donating defibrillators for its project "Cuore Batticuore - Un Defibrillatore per la Vita" aimed at having a defibrillator on every field.