The Bianconeri have learned that their new pitch, just months after the arena was inaugurated, will host the final of the second-tier tournament for clubs on the continent.
The venue in Turin will succeed Ajax's Amsterdam ArenA, which has been chosen as the setting for the Europa League's deciding clash next season.
Juve's new arena was inaugurated in September and has an official capacity of 41,000 spectators. It was built on the site of the old Stadio delle Alpi, which the Bianconeri shared with Torino.
Although a total of eight European club finals have taken place in Italy, this will be the first time that the city of Turin will host a match of that kind.
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