Viola Calligaris definitively transferred to Juventus

The Swiss defender, who has been on loan to the Italian club since January, is joining Juventus on a permanent deal.

Viola Calligaris arrived at Paris Saint-Germain in the summer of 2023 from UD Levante (Spain), and has played eight matches in all competitions for Les Rouge et Bleu.

The 28-year-old has made 15 appearances for Juventus so far.

Paris Saint-Germain wishes Viola every success with her new club.


VIOLA CALLIGARIS

Profile
Position: defender
Born: 17 March 1996, in Sarnen (Switzerland)
Nationality: Swiss
Height: 1m67

Career
2012-2013       SC Kriens (SUI)
2013-2017       BSC Young Boys (SUI)
2017-2019        Atlético Madrid (ESP)
2019-2020      Valencia CF (ESP)
2020-2023     UD Levante (ESP)
2023-2024     Paris Saint-Germain
Since 2024    Juventus (ITA)

Honours
Club
Spanish Championship (2018, 2019)

Country
54 caps, seven goals


About Paris Saint-Germain Féminin
Founded in 1970, Paris Saint-Germain is the most successful club and sports franchise in France and one of the top clubs on the European stage. Owned by Qatar Sports Investment (QSI) since 2011, the Club has achieved spectacular results on and off the pitch. In addition to its men's football team, Paris Saint-Germain is a multi-sport, forward-thinking club with esports, judo, women's football and handball. The club has a large and growing community of over 200 million followers on social networks, making it one of the largest in world sport. Our women's team is a benchmark both in France and on the European stage, boasting a mix of world-class players and talented youngsters trained at the club. Since 2001, the Parisiennes have reached the last four of the Champions League seven times and have won six national titles: a French championship (2021), four Coupes de France (2010, 2018, 2022, 2024) and a Division 2 championship (2001). Over the years, the women's section has seen the emergence of a number of top international players, including Formiga, Cristiane, Laura Georges, Sakina Karchaoui, Grace Geyoro and Marie-Antoinette Katoto, all graduates of the club's youth academy. Since January 2024, the players have been based at Campus PSG, the Club's ultra-modern training centre in Poissy, where they work alongside the men's team as well as the youth and pre-youth academies on a daily basis. Beyond the sporting aspect, Paris Saint-Germain is committed to creating a positive social impact through PSG For Communities, with the intention of allocating funds and proposing initiatives dedicated to empowering disadvantaged young people.


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Head of Omnisports Press Communication
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Press Officer
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+33 7 69 32 80 95

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