Perfect Juve cap off stellar season

The Italian champions finished the season with 102 points and a perfect home record in Serie A and their coach is delighted with their achievements.

The Italian champions finished the season with 102 points and a perfect home record in Serie A and their coach is delighted with their achievements.

Juventus coach Antonio Conte believes his side's exploits this season will be remembered for years to come.

The Turin outfit concluded their Serie A-winning campaign by breaking the 100-point barrier thanks to a 3-0 win over Cagliari, maintaining their perfect home record this term.

The former Siena coach is delighted with his troops and believes they have earned a place in the history books.

"The guys have been special up until now, but they-ve surpassed themselves and what they-ve done is truly extraordinary. I-ll never stop thanking them," he is quoted as saying by the club's official website.

"Now we-ll all celebrate together because we-ve achieved a historic goal, toppling record after record: 102 points, 19 wins from 19 at home, the best attack and best defence.

"People will be speaking about this Juventus side for a long time to come.

"We had strong rivals in Roma but managed to maintain our ferocious mentality, continuing to win even when we had achieved Scudetto success. Only a special group would have been able to pull it off."

The FOXTEL A-League All Stars will take on Italian powerhouse Juventus on August 10 with the preliminary squad of 32 players named on Monday 19 May.

Go to www.a-leagueallstars.com.au/tickets to buy your tickets online. To purchase over the phone, call Ticketek on 132 849 or get your tickets from your local Ticketek agency.

Official travel packages for interstate and international visitors are also on sale now. For the latest information please visit www.a-leagueallstars.com.au/travel.

Corporate hospitality packages are available from ANZ Stadium (www.anzstadium.com.au).