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Aston Villa, based in Aston Birmingham, also known as “The Clarets”, was founded in 1874. Since 1897 they have played their matches at Villa Park.

The club has by now spent 106 seasons in the top tier of English football.
Aston Villa was relegated from the top division in 2016 but the club is for the season 2019/20 playing in the Premier League again.

Some of the clubs honorable moments are the European Cup win in 1981, 7 FA cup wins, 5 league Cup wins and 1 Charity Shield win.

Stadium:Villa Park
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Aston Villa News

  • Forever Young… Ashley closing in on Villa return
    by Stuart Young on 17th June 2021 at 13:29

    Aston Villa are closing in on the signing of 35-year-old Inter Milan defender Ashley Young on a free transfer. The deal is said to be a one-year deal worth around £2.57million with an option of a further year. Ashley Young to #avfc is moving quickly and could be completed in the next 24 hours. Young

  • The Villa: An Army of Lions
    by Dean Davis on 17th June 2021 at 13:03

    They may share their Claret and Blue home kit colours with teams such as West Ham United and Burnley, though even so, Aston Villa is an original, striking force to be reckoned with. They are as their traditional club badge states, a rampant lion of English football. Their history is littered with famous and skilled

  • Aston Villa’s Bodymoor Heath renovations and inner-city build reflective of the club’s ambitions
    by John Townley on 9th June 2021 at 19:04

    Dean Smith and his coaching staff were blown away by the facilities in use at the Minnesota Vikings TCO Performance Center when on pre-season duty in 2019. Ever since Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens took control of the club in 2018, they’ve pledged to put Aston Villa back amongst Europe’s elite. A Championship play-off final

  • Second city academies up and running again
    by John Townley on 8th June 2021 at 09:50

    Only three out of the 101 players to have been called up to an England squad ahead of a major tournament since 2000 were born in Birmingham before Gareth Southgate named his 26-man EURO 2020 squad. Here, every spare inch is dedicated to a sport indebted to the city’s trailblazers whose influence on the nation’s

  • Will Grealish be staying at Villa next season?
    by Dean Davis on 7th June 2021 at 15:40

    Jack Grealish was one of the standout players for Aston Villa in the 2020/21 season. The English midfielder was in top form during the first half of the season before an unfortunate shin injury ruled him out for nearly three months. Before his spell on the sidelines, Grealish scored six goals and made 10 assists

Aston Villa Overview

Full Name: Aston Villa Football Club
Nickname: Villans, The Villa, The Lions, The Claret & Blue Arm
Founded: 21 November 1874
Stadium: Villa Park
Chairman: Nassef Sawiris
Chief Executive: Christian Purslow
Assistant Head Coach: Richard O'Kelly
First-team Coach: Simon Weatherstone
Assistant Head coach: John Terry

Aston Villa Stats

Player Stats , Premier League (as of 2019-09-06)

Top Scorers    
  1. Gabriel Agbonlahor 74 Goals
  2. Dwight Yorke 60 Goals
  3. Dion Dublin 48 Goals
Most Wins    
  1. Gareth Barry 130 matches
  2. Alan Wright 107 matches
  3. Gabriel Agbonlahor 102 matches
Most appearences    
  1. Garreth Barry 365 matches
  2. Gabriel Agbonlahor 322 matches
  3. Alan Wright 260 matches


  • First Division
    Champions: 1893–94, 1895–96, 1896–97, 1898–99, 1899–1900, 1909–10, 1980–81
  • Second Division/EFL Championship
    Champions: 1937–38, 1959–60, Play-off Winners: 2018–19

  • Third Division
    Champions: 1971–72

  • FA Cup
    Winners: 1886–87, 1894–95, 1896–97, 1904–05, 1912–13, 1919–20, 1956–57
  • League Cup
    Winners: 1981

  • European Cup
    Winners: 1981–82

  • European Super Cup
    Winners: 1982

  • Intertoto Cup
    Winners: 2001


Villa Park: 42,682
Attendance record: -
Built: 1897
Pitch size: 105m x 68m
Stadium address:  Villa Park, Trinity Road, Birmingham, B6 6HE


Aston Villa Results

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Aston Villa Fixtures

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