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<h2>Aston Villa FC Tickets</h2><p>Official Aston Villa FC Tickets are available at <a href=";utm_medium=navbarticketsmain&amp;utm_campaign=Tickets" target="_blank">Official Aston Villa Tickets</a> . HotelCity highly recommends purchasing your tickets directly from the official ticket provider or authorized partner. Do not ever buy tickets from touts or unauthorized sellers.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><h2>Aston Villa FC Hospitality</h2><p>Aston Villa FC Official Hospitality packages are always in high demand for the Aston Villa FC matches. For more information and availability, please visit <a href="" target="_blank">Aston Villa Hospitality</a>&nbsp;</p><h2>HOTEL CITY the marketplace for hard to get hotel rooms</h2><h2>Aston Villa FC Away Fan Packages</h2><p>Aston Villa FC Football Club appreciates the dedication and loyalty of the travelling fans. Hotel City has hotel fan packages and information you will find helpful when planning your trip to see Aston Villa FC compete on the pitch.</p><p>Please click on the relevant competition for more information on <a href="" target="_blank">hotels and packages</a>.</p><p>We hope you enjoy the match!</p><h2>Aston Villa FC Fixtures and Schedules</h2><p>Due to COVID-19, Fixtures and Schedules are subject to change. For the most up-to-date Fixtures for Aston Villa FC Football Club, visit <a href="" target="_blank">Aston Villa Fixtures</a>.&nbsp;</p><h2>Aston Villa FC Stadium Information</h2><p>Villa Park is a football stadium in Aston, Birmingham, England, with a seating capacity of 42,785. 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.&nbsp;</p><p>Villa Park is one of the oldest and most famous stadiums in Europe. The actual location of Villa Park, in the Witton area of Birmingham, may not be as aesthetically pleasing - but for many people, it is equally romantic. They say Wembley may be the spiritual home of English football, but Villa Park is a close second. The club’s home since 1897, the ground sits in the shadow of the Jacobean stately home Aston Hall and has evolved over the years into a magnificent all-seated arena with a capacity of more than 42,000.&nbsp; The famous stadium is one of a select few that has staged international fixtures over three different centuries, the first senior international taking place in 1899.</p><h2>Hotels Near Villa Park</h2><p>Hotel City is the marketplace for hard to get <a href="" target="_blank">hotels near Villa Park</a>. For the best matchday experience, a hotel near Villa Park will provide you a total fan experience. Having a hotel close to the stadium is very important, and Hotel City is your source for hard to get accommodations.&nbsp;</p><h2>Aston Villa FC Stadium Tours</h2><p>Are you interested in an Official Stadium Tour? Tours are available on Wednesdays, Fridays, and some Sundays. However, if any of these coincide with a matchday then tours will not be held on that day (plus the afternoon before and the morning after). The cost of the tour is £15 for adults and £10 for Under 18's. Family tickets are also available. On Sundays, there is also the option to take lunch in the high rates VMF restaurant overlooking the pitch. The cost of the tour plus Sunday lunch is; Adults £30 and Under 18's £20. Tours can be booked on 0333 323 5353 or can be booked online with the club for more information visit <a href="">Aston Villa stadium tours</a></p><h2>Where is the best local Aston Villa FC Pubs to go to before the match?&nbsp;</h2><p>Normally the main pub for away fans is the Witton Arms on Witton Lane (near the roundabout), which is only a few minutes’ walk from the visitors' turnstiles and which you will walk past if arriving at Witton Railway Station. The pub has separate entrances and is split between home and away supporters, with visiting fans using a large tented area to the rear of the pub. It does though charge £1 per person to enter. However when visiting teams are expected to bring a small following, then the whole pub reverts to being one for home fans only.</p><p>A couple of train stops further on from Witton Station and only a six-minute train ride is the Beaufort Arms, in Hamstead, which welcomes visiting supporters.</p><p>If you arrive a bit earlier then you may wish to visit the historic Bartons Arms, located about a 15-minute walk away on High Street Aston (A34). This Grade II listed building, is one of Birmingham's finest pubs, with superb Victorian decor, serving Oakham ales and Thai food is also on offer. It is a regular entry in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide.&nbsp;</p><p>If arriving by train into New Street Station then there are plenty of pubs to be found in the City Centre. Just outside the main entrance to the station, is the Shakespeare pub, which is popular with away fans, normally with the local Police keeping a watchful eye over proceedings. On Bennetts Hill, which is only a few minutes further walk away (pass the Shakespeare on your left, turn left at Tescos, then take the next right-hand turn by Ask Italia onto Bennetts Hill) are a number of pubs including the 'Sun On The Hill' pub, which also shows televised sports and a Wetherspoons pub called the Briar Rose. A little further up the hill is the Wellington pub which is a mecca for real ale drinkers. The Wellington does not provide food but has no objections to you bringing in your own. There are a couple of taxi ranks nearby that you can use if you wish to get you to Villa Park or hop back on the train.&nbsp;</p><h2>Who are Aston Villa FC biggest rivals?</h2><p>Aston Villa's arch-rivals are Birmingham City, with games between the two clubs known as the Second City Derby.</p><h2>Who is the Aston Villa FC manager?</h2><p>Dean Smith is an English professional football manager and former player who is the head coach of Premier League club Aston Villa. Starting his playing career as a defender with Walsall in 1989, over the course of five years he played 166 league and cup games.</p><h2>Who is the most famous manager/player in Aston Villa FC history?</h2><p>After a new low for the club – relegation to the Third Division in 1970 – Villa turned a new leaf by appointing Ron Saunders as coach. They were back in the First Division by 1975, the same year that saw them win another League Cup. With Saunders' ability to spot a good player and his famous "no-nonsense" approach to coaching, Villa's streak of good results continued into the 80s. After a League Cup victory in 1977 and an unpredicted First Division title in 1981, Villa won their first and only European Cup in 1982 by shocking the favored Bayern Munich in the Final. One of the heroes was the reserve goalkeeper Nigel Spink that replaced Jimmy Rimmer early in the match and made some astonishing saves. The last triumph was however made without Ron Saunders as the coach. Some months earlier, after a dispute with the chairman Ron Bendall at a time the team had a negative trend in the league Ron Saunders had decided to resign.</p><p><br></p>
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