Their jerseys may be black and white but that’s were the similarity ends between Juventus and Udinese.
Down the years, games against the side from Friuli has seen the Bianconeri change strip whether at home or on their travels.
Here’s five encounters from the archives where the shirt was different, but the final result was the same.
It was customary then to sometimes allow the visiting team to wear their home colours. Juventus allowed Udinese this privilege proudly showing then with the Bianconeri proudly showing off their first star (having won ten Scudetti) on a plain all-white kit. A goal from “The Gentle Giant” John Charles and two from Boniperti saw the Old Lady run out 3-0 winners.
A year later and once again Juventus wore a white jersey, this time pairing it with black shorts. Charles was on target again along with Stacchini, Sivori and Colombo as Juve narrowly won a seven goal thriller.
Fabio Capello’s Juventus side wore blue for the visit of Luciano Spalletti’s Udinese to the Stadio Delle Alpi. Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Mauro Camoranesi gave the home side a two goal lead. David Di Michele got the visitors consolation.
Juventus in grey, Udinese in yellow for this Serie A clash at the Stadio Olimpico Torino. the match was a tight affair which was decided by a goal from World Cup hero Fabio Grosso.
January 2012 and Turin is covered in snow as Juventus host Udinese for the first time at the Stadium. The hosts decide to play in their pink jersey which seems like a good choice given the conditions. With both sides still in the title race, a 2-1 win courtesy of a brace from Alessandro Matri, gives Juve a valuable three points on the way to another Scudetto.