With multiple UEFA Champions League and Serie A titles, AC Milan is one of Italy’s most decorated Serie A teams. Founded in 1899, the team has only been relegated twice, displaying its true dominance as an Italian super power. With world-class players like Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Milan fans are extremely passionate about their team. The club has a prosperous youth organization; young players develop their skills with professional coaching and elite facilities. These children tend to live in the greater Milan area, meaning they are usually fans of the club. There are also summer camps available to players that allow them to be in the AC Milan family. FanWide allows remote AC Milan fans to connect with each other in various ways, including viewing parties and interaction within the website.
With the acquisition of Cristiano Ronaldo, Juventus FC has all but secured their next term of Italian football dominance. Juventus has been the team to beat in Italy’s Serie A for years, and adding the five-time Ballon d’Or winner has kept them atop the league standings. Ronaldo has done more for Juventus than dominate the pitch. In the 24 hours after Ronaldo’s signing, Juventus sold 520,000 Ronaldo jerseys worth over $60 million. When Barcelona signed Neymar Jr., they sold just 10,000 in the same span. In short, Juventus got what they paid for. There is a reason Ronaldo signed with Juventus. Aside from the $140 million contract, Ronaldo joined Juventus because of their tradition of success. With 34 Italian league titles, Juventus is an established European football powerhouse. Their success on and off the field has landed them the #8 spot in FanWide’s European soccer rankings. Read below to find out what makes them a top ten team, and check out this blog for more information regarding the ranking process.