Juventus have revealed that they will install ‘World-Class’ building material for the football stadiums in the next two years.
According to the club, it will include polyethylene, and will be used to create a barrier between the pitch and the ground, and between the players and the fans.
The Italian side have revealed the materials to be used in the building of their new stadium, which will be located in the village of Bologna, near Turin.
The stadium, due to open in 2019, will be the first to be constructed in a new stadium built on an open field.
This will be completed by 2020.
The Bianconeri have not commented on the exact materials used to build the stadium, but the club says that the material will help the new stadium to withstand the elements and weather conditions.
The club’s CEO Giuseppe Mancini said: “This is a very important step for the future of Juventus and the entire club.”