Aston Villa

Formed1874
GroundVilla Park
Capacity42749
AddressTrinity Road, Birmingham B6 6HE, United Kingdom
Ground Info Villa Park is a football stadium in Aston, Birmingham, England, with a seating capacity of 42,749. It has been the home of Aston Villa Football Club since 1897. The ground is less than a mile from both Witton and Aston railway stations and has hosted sixteen England internationals at senior level, the first in 1899 and the most recent in 2005. Villa Park has hosted 55 FA Cup semi-finals, more than any other stadium. In 1897, Aston Villa moved into the Aston Lower Grounds, a sports ground in a Victorian amusement park in the former grounds of Aston Hall, a Jacobean stately home. The stadium has gone through various stages of renovation and development, resulting in the current stand configuration of the Holte End, Trinity Road Stand, North Stand and Doug Ellis Stand. The club has initial planning permission to redevelop the North Stand, which will increase the capacity of Villa Park from 42,785 to about 50,000. Before 1914, a cycling track ran around the perimeter of the pitch where regular cycling meetings were hosted as well as athletic events. Aside from football-related uses, the stadium has seen various concerts staged along with other sporting events including boxing matches and international rugby league and rugby union matches. In 1999, the last final of the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup took place at Villa Park. Villa Park also hosted the 2012 FA Community Shield, as Wembley Stadium was in use for the final of the Olympic football tournament.
HonoursAston Villa Football Club is an English professional football club based in Aston, Birmingham. The club competes in the Premier League, the top tier of the English football league system. Founded in 1874, they have played at their home ground, Villa Park, since 1897. Aston Villa were one of the founder members of the Football League in 1888 and of the Premier League in 1992. Villa are one of only five English clubs to have won the European Cup, in 1981–82. They have also won the Football League First Division seven times, the FA Cup seven times, the League Cup five times, and the European (UEFA) Super Cup once.

Villa have a fierce local rivalry with Birmingham City and the Second City derby between the teams has been played since 1879. The club's traditional kit colours are claret shirts with sky blue sleeves, white shorts and sky blue socks. Their traditional club badge is of a rampant lion. The club is currently owned by the NSWE group, a company owned by the Egyptian billionaire Nassef Sawiris and the American billionaire Wes Edens.
Aston Villa have won European and domestic league honours. The club's last English honour was in 1996 when they won the League Cup, and most recently they won the 2001 UEFA Intertoto Cup.

Domestic

Star on the Birmingham Walk of Stars for the Aston Villa team who became European champions in 1982.
League Titles
First Division / Premier League: 7
Champions:[B] 1893–94, 1895–96, 1896–97, 1898–99, 1899–1900, 1909–10, 1980–81
Second Division / First Division / Championship: 2
Champions:[B] 1937–38, 1959–60
Play-off Winners: 2018–19
Third Division / Second Division / League One: 1
Champions:[B] 1971–72
Cups
FA Cup: 7
Winners: 1886–87, 1894–95, 1896–97, 1904–05, 1912–13, 1919–20, 1956–57
League Cup / EFL Cup: 5
Winners: 1960–61, 1974–75, 1976–77, 1993–94, 1995–96
FA Charity Shield / FA Community Shield: 1
Winners: 1981
Sheriff of London Charity Shield: 2
Winners: 1899, 1901
European
European Cup / UEFA Champions League: 1
Winners: 1981–82
European Super Cup / UEFA Super Cup: 1
Winners: 1982
Intertoto Cup: 1
Winners: 2001
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Aston Villa F. C. Players List

  Name PositionAgeHeight
1 Tom Heaton Goalkeeper 35 188cm
2 Matty Cash Defender 23 185cm
3 Neil Taylor Defender 32 176cm
5 Tyrone Mings Defender 28 195cm
6 Douglas Luiz Midfielder 23 178cm
7 John McGinn Midfielder 26 178cm
9 Wesley Forward 24 191cm
10 Jack Grealish Midfielder 25 180cm
11 Ollie Watkins Forward 25 180cm
12 Jed Steer Goalkeeper 28 182cm
15 Bertrand Traoré Midfielder 25 181cm
17 Trezeguet Midfielder 26 179cm
18 Matt Targett Defender 25 183cm
19 Marvelous Nakamba Midfielder 27 177cm
20 Ross Barkley Midfielder 27 185cm
21 Anwar El Ghazi Midfielder 26 189cm
22 Björn Engels Defender 26 194cm
25 Morgan Sanson Midfielder 26 180cm
26 Emiliano Martínez Goalkeeper 28 195cm
27 Ahmed Elmohamady Defender 33 182cm
30 Kortney Hause Defender 26 191cm
39 Keinan Davis Forward 23 189cm
41 Jacob Ramsey Midfielder 20 180cm

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