Juventus sent the third-most players of any club to the World Cup in Brazil (12), and that is really no surprise for a three-time defending Serie A championship side.
Half of the players sent are Italian. It is almost a tradition for Juventus to contribute the most of the Italian clubs to the country's national effort. There were more Bianconeri players in the 1982 and 2006 World Cup-winning teams than any other Italian club, and this year it is the same.
But Chile, Uruguay, France, Ghana and Switzerland also feature starters from Juventus. This is global team with a growing global fan base, with a new home and a new logo and a new image.
Over the course of the group stage, we will track the performances of these athletes. Stay tuned for updates.
(Game stats provided by WhoScored.com.)