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The club competes in thethe top tier of the.
Founded in 1874, they have played at their current home ground,since 1897.
Aston Villa were one of the founder members of the in 1888 and of the in 1992.
Villa are one of only five English clubs to have won thein.
They have also won the seven times, the seven times, the five times, and the once.
Villa have a fierce local rivalry with and the between the teams has been played mobile games 1879.
The club's traditional colours are shirts with sky blue sleeves, white shorts and sky blue socks.
Their traditional club badge is of a lion.
The club is currently owned by the NSWE group, a company owned by the Egyptian billionaire and the American billionaire.
The four founders of Aston Villa were Jack Hughes, Frederick Matthews, Walter Price and William Scattergood.
Aston Villa's first match was against the local team.
As a condition of the match, the Villa side had to agree to play the first half under Rugby rules and the second half under Association rules.
After moving to the ground in 1876, Villa soon established themselves as one of the best teams in the Midlands, winning their first honour, the in 1880, under the captaincy of Scotsman.
The Aston Villa team of 1899 that won the First Division and shared with Queen's Park as well as a number of The club won their first FA Cup in 1887 with captain becoming one of the game's first household names.
Aston Villa were one of the dozen teams that competed in the inaugural Football League in 1888 with one of the club's directors, being the league's founder.
Aston Villa emerged as the most successful English club of the Victorian era, winning no fewer than five League titles and three FA Cups by the end of 's reign.
In 1897, the year Villa wonthey moved into their present home, the Aston Lower Grounds.
Supporters coined the name "Villa Park"; no official declaration listed the ground as.
Ups and downs 1920โ€”1964 Aston Villa won their sixth FA Cup in aston villa home games dates, soon after though the club began a slow decline that led to Villa, at the time one of the most famous and successful clubs in world football, being relegated in 1936 for the first time to the.
This was largely the result of a dismal defensive record: they conceded 110 goals in 42 games, 7 of them coming from in an at Villa Park.
Like all English clubs, Villa lost seven seasons to the Second World War, and that conflict brought several careers to a premature end.
The team link rebuilt under the guidance of former player for the remainder of the 1940s.
Aston Villa's first trophy for 37 years came in the 1956โ€”57 season when another former Villa player, led the club to a then record seventh FA Cup Final win, defeating the 'Busby Babes' of in the final.
The team struggled in the league though and were relegated two seasons later, due in large part to complacency.
However, under the stewardship of manager Villa returned to the top-flight in 1960 as Second Division Champions.
The following season Aston Villa became the first team to win the.
Relegations and revival in the 80s 1964โ€”1992 Mercer's forced retirement from the club in 1964 signalled a period of deep turmoil.
The most successful club in England was struggling to keep pace with changes in the modern game, with Villa being relegated for the third time, under manager in 1967.
The following season the aston villa home games dates called for the board to resign as Villa finished 16th in the Second Division.
With mounting debts and Villa lying at the bottom of Division Two, the board sacked the manager brought in to replace Taylorand within weeks the entire board resigned under overwhelming pressure from fans.
After much speculation, control of the club was bought by London financier Pat Matthews, who also brought in as chairman.
However, new ownership could not prevent Aston villa home games dates being relegated to the Third Division for the first time at the end of the season.
However, Villa gradually began to recover under the management of former club captain.
In the they returned to the Super bowl 2019 games to play at home Division as Champions with a record 70 points.
In 1974, was appointed manager.
His brand of no-nonsense man-management proved effective, with the club winning the League Cup the following season and, at the end of season 1974โ€”75, he had taken them back into the First Division and into Europe.
The 1982 European Cup winning squad celebrate the 25th anniversary of their win.
Villa were back among the elite as Saunders continued to mould a winning team.
This culminated in a seventh top-flight league title in.
To the surprise of commentators and fans, Saunders quit halfway through the season, after falling out with the chairman, with Villa in the quarter final of the European Aston villa home games dates />He was replaced by his softly-spoken assistant manager who guided the club to a 1โ€”0 victory over in the in courtesy of a goal.
The following season Villa were crowned winners, beating 3โ€”1 on aggregate.
This marked a pinnacle though and Villa's fortunes declined sharply for most of the 1980s, culminating in relegation in 1987.
This was followed by promotion the following year under and a runners-up position in the First Division in the 1989โ€”90 season.
For the rest of the Nineties however Villa went through three different managers and their league positions were inconsistent, although they did win two League Cups and regularly achieved qualification.
Villa reached the FA Cup final in 2000 but lost 1โ€”0 to in the last game to be played at the old.
Again Villa's league position continued to fluctuate under several different managers and things came to a head in the summer of 2006 when left in acrimony.
After 23 years as chairman and single biggest shareholder approximately 38%Doug Ellis finally decided to sell his stake in Aston Villa due to ill-health.
After much speculation it was announced the club was to be bought by American businessmanowner of franchise the.
The arrival of a new owner in Lerner and of manager marked the start of a new period of optimism at Villa Park and sweeping changes occurred throughout the club including a new badge, a new kit sponsor and team changes in the summer of 2007.
The first Cup final of the Lerner era came in 2010 when Villa were beaten 2โ€”1 in the.
Villa made a second trip to Wembley in that season losing 3โ€”0 to Chelsea in the FA Cup semifinal.
Just five days before the opening day of theO'Neill resigned as manager, and after one year with in charge, managerdespite numerous protests from fans against his appointment; this was the first time that a manager had moved directly between the two rivals.
McLeish's contract was terminated at the end of the 2011โ€”12 season after Villa finished in 16th place, and he was replaced by.
In February 2012, the club announced a financial loss of ยฃ53.
With Lerner still on board, in the Aston Villa scored just 12 goals in 25 league games, the lowest in Premier League history, and Lambert was sacked in February 2015.
Takeover, Championship years and Promotion 2016โ€” In June 2016, Chinese businessman bought the club for ยฃ76 million.
Former Chelsea boss was appointed as the club's new manager, but was sacked after a poor start to the season.
He was replaced by former Birmingham manager.
In October 2018, Bruce was sacked after winning only one of the past nine matches.
He was replaced by managerwith as his assistant manager.
Under Smith performances and results improved, with the team finishing 5th and reaching the playoffs again - helped on by a club-record 10 game winning streak.
They reached the and defeated 2-1 to gain promotion back to the Premier League after a 3 year absence.
Colours and badge Villa's proposed kit of 1886 The club colours are a claret shirt with sky blue sleeves, white shorts with claret and blue trim, and sky blue socks with claret and white trim.
They were the original wearers of the claret and blue.
Villa's colours at the outset generally comprised plain shirts white, grey or a shade of bluewith either aston villa home games dates or black shorts.
For a few years after that 1877โ€”79 the team wore several different kits from all white, blue and black, red and blue to plain green.
By 1880, black jerseys with a red lion embroidered on the chest were introduced by William McGregor.
This remained the first choice strip for six years.
On Monday, 8 November 1886, an entry in the club's official minute book states: i Proposed and seconded that the colours be chocolate and sky blue shirts and that we order two dozen.
Nobody is quite sure why claret and blue became the club's adopted colours.
Several other English football teams adopted their colours; clubs that wear claret and blue include and.
A new badge was revealed in May 2007, for the season and beyond.
The new badge includes a to represent the European Cup win in 1982, and has a light blue background behind Villa's 'lion rampant'.
The traditional motto "Prepared" remains in the badge, and the name Aston Villa has been shortened to AVFC, FC having been omitted from the previous badge.
The lion is now unified as opposed to fragmented lions of the past.
Villa badge 2007โ€”2016 On 6 April 2016, the club confirmed that it would be using a new badge from the after consulting fan groups for suggestions.
The lion in the new badge has claws added to it, and the word "Prepared" was removed to https://festes.ru/home/family-games-you-can-make-at-home.html the size of the lion and club initials in the badge.
Kit sponsorship Aston Villa forwent commercial kit sponsorship for the 2008โ€”09 and 2009โ€”10 seasons; instead advertising the charitythe first deal of its kind in Premier league history.
The partnership continued until 2010 when a commercial sponsor replaced Acorns, with the hospice becoming the club's Official Charity Partner.
In 2014โ€”15, the Acorns name returned to Aston Villa's home and away shirts, but only for children's shirts re-affirming the club's support for the children's charity.
In the 2019-20 season, Aston Villa's kit sponsors are W88, an Asian betting and gambling company.
Previous commercial sponsors have been Davenports 1982โ€”831983โ€”931993โ€”951995โ€”981998โ€”20002000โ€”022002โ€”04DWS Investments 2004โ€”062006โ€”082018-19 FxPro 2010โ€”112011โ€”132013โ€”20152015โ€”2017 and 2017โ€”18.
Previous manufacturers have been 1972โ€”81, 1990โ€”931981โ€”831983โ€”871987โ€”90, 2004โ€”071993โ€”951995โ€”20002000โ€”042007โ€”122012โ€”162016โ€”18 and Luke1977 2018-19.
Stadium Main article: Aston Villa's current home venue is Villa Park, which is ahaving previously played at Aston Park 1874โ€”1876 and 1876โ€”1897.
Villa Park is the largest football stadium in the English Midlands, and the eighth largest stadium in England.
It has hosted 16 Typical deposit for home purchase internationals at senior level, the first in 1899, and the most recent in 2005.
Thus, it was the first English ground to stage international football in three different centuries.
Villa Park is the most used stadium in FA Cup semi-final history, having hosted 55 semi-finals.
The club have planning permission to extend the North Stand; this will involve the 'filling in' of the corners to either side of the North Stand.
If completed, the capacity of Villa Park will be increased to approximately 51,000.
The current training ground is located at near in norththe site for which was purchased by former chairman Doug Ellis in the early 1970s from a local farmer.
Although Bodymoor Heath was state-of-the-art in the 1970s, by the late 1990s the facilities had started to look dated.
In November 2005, Ellis and Aston Villa plc announced a state of the art 13 million redevelopment of Bodymoor in two phases.
However, work on Bodymoor was suspended by Ellis due to financial problems, and was left in an unfinished state until new owner Randy Lerner made it one of his priorities to make the site one of the best in world football.
The new training ground was officially unveiled on 6 May 2007, by then managerthen team captain and 1982 European Cup winning team captainwith the Aston Villa squad moving in for the 2007โ€”08 season.
A panorama of Villa Park from the Trinity Road Stand, showing from left to right the North Stand, the Doug Ellis Stand and the Holte End It was announced on 6 August 2014, that Villa Park would appear in the from onwards, with all other Premier League stadiums also fully licensed from this game onwards.
Ownershipthe club owner of Aston Villa 2006โ€”2016.
The first shares in the club were issued towards the end of the 19th century as a result of legislation that was intended to codify the growing numbers of professional teams and players in the Association Football leagues.
FA teams were required to distribute shares to investors as a way of facilitating trading among the teams without implicating the FA itself.
This trading continued for much of the 20th century until Ellis started buying up many of the shares in the 1960s.
He was chairman and substantial shareholder of "Aston Villa F.
The club were on the LSE in 1996, and the share price fluctuated in the ten years after the flotation.
In 2006 it was announced that several consortia and individuals were considering bids for Aston Villa.
On 14 August 2006, it was confirmed thatthen owner of the 'shad reached an agreement of ยฃ62.
A statement released on 25 August to the LSE home alone online game that Lerner had secured 59.
He also appointed himself Chairman of the club.
In Ellis's last year in charge Villa lost ยฃ8.
Lerner took full control on 18 September, as he had 89.
On 19 September 2006, Ellis and his board resigned to be replaced with a new board headed by Lerner.
Lerner installed as a non-executive director and Ellis was awarded the honorary position of Chairman Emeritus.
Lerner put the club up for sale in May 2014, valuing it at an estimated ยฃ200 million.
On 18 May 2016, Randy Lerner agreed the sale of Aston Villa to Recon Group, owned by Chinese businessman Xia Jiantong.
The sale was completed on 14 June 2016 for a reported ยฃ76 million after being approved by the Football League, with the club becoming part of Recon Group's Sport, Leisure and Tourism division.
Recon Group were selected to take over Aston Villa following a selection process by the club.
After failing to secure promotion to the Premier League in the 2017โ€”18 season speculation about financial difficulties at the club began to mount.
This prompted the owner Tony Xia to seek additional investment.
On 20 July 2018 it was announced that the NSWE group, an Egyptian company owned by the Egyptian billionaire and the American billionaire were to invest in the football club.
They purchased a controlling 55% stake in the club and Sawiris took over the role of club chairman.
Social responsibility Aston Villa have a unique relationship with the charity that is groundbreaking in English football.
In a first for the Premier League, Aston Villa donated the front of the shirt on their kit, usually reserved for high-paying sponsorships, to Acorns Hospice so that the charity would gain significant additional visibility and greater fund raising capabilities.
Outside of the shirt sponsorship the club have paid for hospice care for the charity as well as regularly providing player visits to hospice locations.
In September 2010, Aston Villa launched an initiative at Villa Park called Villa Midlands Food VMF where the club will spend two years training students with Aston Villa Hospitality and Events in association with Birmingham City Council.
The club will open a restaurant games home design the Trinity Road Stand staffed with 12 students recruited from within a ten-mile 16 km radius of Villa Park with the majority of the food served in the restaurant sourced locally.
Supporters and rivalries Aston Villa fans in Villa Park's Holte End, proclaiming themselves to be the team's.
Aston Villa have a large fanbase and draw support from all over the and beyond, with supporters' clubs all across the world.
Former Villa chief executive Richard Fitzgerald has stated that the ethnicity of the supporters is currently 98% white.
When Randy Lerner's regime took over at Villa Park, they aimed to improve their support from ethnic minorities.
A number of organisations have been set up to support the local community, including Aston Pride.
A Villa in the Community programme has also been set up to encourage support among young people in the region.
The new owners have also initiated several surveys aimed at gaining the opinions of Villa fans and to involve them in the decision making process.
Meetings also occur every three months where supporters are invited by ballot and are invited to ask questions to the Board.
In 2011, the club supported a supporter-based initiative for an official anthem to boost the atmosphere at Villa Park.
The song "The Bells Are Ringing" is to be played before games.
Like many English football clubs, Aston Villa have had several associated with them: Villa Youth, Steamers, and the C-Crew, the last mentioned being very active during the 1970s and 1980s.
As can be seen across the whole of English football, the hooligan groups have now been marginalised.
In 2004, several Villa firms were involved in a fight with fans outside Villa Park in which a steward died.
The main groupings of supporters can now be found in a number of domestic and international supporters' clubs.
This includes the Official Aston Villa Supporters Club which also has many smaller regional and international sections.
There were several independent supporters clubs during the reign of Doug Ellis but most of these disbanded after his retirement.
The supporter group formed to stand up for Villa supporters' rights, as a direct result of Villa supporters' protest against the club's appointment of.
The club's supporters also publish such as Heroes and Villains and The Holy Trinity.
Aston Villa's arch-rivals are Birmingham City, with games between the two clubs known as the.
Historically though, have arguably been Villa's greatest rivals, a view highlighted in a fan survey, conducted in 2003.
The two teams contested three FA Cup finals in the late 19th century.
Villa also enjoy less heated local rivalries with and.
Through the relegation of West Brom and Birmingham City, to thein the season, at the start of Premiership season, Villa were the only Midlands club in that League.
The nearest opposing team Villa faced during that season waswho played 62 miles 100 km away in South Yorkshire.
For theWest Bromwich Albion were promoted and joined Aston Villa, Wolverhampton Wanderers, and Birmingham City in the Premier League.
This marked the first time that the "West Midlands' Big Four" clubs have been in the Premier League at the same time, and the first time together in the top flight since the.
Birmingham were relegated at the end of aston villa home games dates 2010โ€”11 season, ending this period.
Statistics Chart showing the progress of Aston Villa F.
The only club to have spent longer in the top flight arewith 116 seasons, making Aston Villa versus Everton the most-played fixture in English top-flight football.
Aston Villa were relegated from the top tier of English football in 2016, having played in every Premier League season since its establishment inbut were promoted back in.
They are ninth in theand have the fifth highest total of major honours 20 won by an English club.
Aston Villa currently hold the record number of league goals scored by any team in the English top flight; 128 goals were scored in theone more than who won the league that season for the very first time, with Villa runners-up.
Villa legend became the first player to score in every round of the Aston villa home games dates Cup in Villa's victorious 1887 campaign.
Villa's longest unbeaten home run in the FA Cup spanned 13 years and 19 games, from 1888 to 1901.
Aston Villa are one of five English teams to have won the.
They did so on 26 May 1982 inbeating 1โ€”0 thanks to 's goal.
Club honours Further information: Aston Villa have won European and domestic league honours.
The club's last English honour was in 1996 when they won theand most recently they won the.
Domestic Star on the for the Aston Villa team who became European champions in 1982.
Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
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Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
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Position Player Under 23s and Academy was voted the and in 1977.
There have been many players who can be called notable throughout Aston Villa's history.
These can be classified and recorded in several forms.
The Halls of Fame and PFA Players of the Year are noted below.
As of 2014Aston Villa, jointly with Tottenham Hotspur, hold the record for providing the most internationals with 73.
Aston Villa have had several players who were wizard free partition home, including inaugural club Hall of Fame inductee.
In 1998, to celebrate the 100th season of League football, released a list entitled the that consisted of "100 legendary players.
Three Aston Visit web page players have won the award.
In won the award.
In it was awarded towhilst Paul McGrath won it in.
Thewhich is awarded to players under the age of 23, has been awarded to four players from Aston Villa: Andy Gray in ; in ; in and in.
The in administers the which currently contains one Villa team, four Villa players and two managers.
The 1982 team were inducted into aston villa home games dates Hall of Fame in October 2011.
Graham Taylor was elected to the Hall of Fame in 2010 as a Football Foundation Community Champion.
The only Villa players in the Hall of Fame are Clem Stephenson, Danny Blanchflower, Peter Schmeichel and Paul McGrath.
In 2006 the club announced the creation of an " Aston Villa Hall of Fame.
Former club captain was added to the list in May 2013.
Name Period Played Win Draw Lose Win% Honours From To 1 August 1884 31 May 1926 1,327 658 414 255 0 49.
Also in 2006 was inducted into the Aston Villa Hall of Fame.
In the sitcomthe character is a Villa supporter.
When filming began onVilla fan was allowed to choose 's scarf from an array in the BBC wardrobe; he chose a claret and blue oneโ€”Aston Villa's colours.
The character Nessa in the BBC sitcom was revealed as an Aston Villa fan in an episode screened in December 2009.
In the 1952 filmthe main character Denry Machin becomes a town councillor and purchases the rights to locally born Aston Villa player 'Callear', the "greatest centre-forward in England", for the failing local football club.
Villa have also featured on several occasions in prose.
Stanley Woolley, a character in 's Booker shortlisted novel Goshawk Squadron is an Aston Villa fan and names a pre-war starting eleven Villa side.
Together withVilla Park is referenced by the poet in his poem about the First World War, MCMXIV.
Aston Villa are also mentioned in Harold Pinter's play.
In 2001 Aston Villa were one of three co-winners of the Intertoto Cup with and.
The club also won all of their rounds to be named joint-winners and progress to the UEFA Cup, the format was changed in 2006 to award the Intertoto Trophy to the side progressing furthest in thewhich was.
Up until 1992, the top division of was the.
The Premier League took over from the First Division as the top tier of the upon its formation in 1992.
The First Division then became the second tier of English football, the Second Division became the third tier, and so on.
The First Division is now known as thewhile the Second Division is now known as.
C Saunders was never a player for Aston Villa; he was the manager from 1974 to 1982.
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The club competes in thethe top tier of the.
Founded in 1874, they have played at their current home ground,since 1897.
Aston Villa were one of the founder members of the in 1888 and of the in 1992.
Villa are one of only five English clubs to have won thein.
They have also won the seven times, the seven times, the five times, and the once.
Villa have a fierce local rivalry with and the between the teams has been played since 1879.
The club's traditional colours are shirts with sky blue sleeves, white shorts and sky blue socks.
Their traditional club badge is of a lion.
The club is currently owned by the NSWE group, a company owned by the Egyptian billionaire and the American billionaire.
The four founders of Aston Villa were Jack Hughes, Frederick Matthews, Walter Price and William Scattergood.
Aston Villa's first match was against the local team.
As a condition of the match, the Villa side had to agree to play the first half under Rugby rules and the second half under Association rules.
After moving to the ground in 1876, Villa soon established themselves as one of the best teams in the Midlands, winning their first honour, the in 1880, under the captaincy of Scotsman.
The Aston Villa team of 1899 that won the First Division and shared with Queen's Park as well as a number of The club won their first FA Cup in 1887 with captain becoming one of the game's first household names.
Aston Villa were one of the dozen teams that competed in the inaugural Football League in 1888 with one of the club's directors, being the league's founder.
Aston Villa emerged as the most successful English club of the Victorian era, winning no fewer than five League titles and three FA Cups by the end of 's reign.
In 1897, the year Villa wonthey moved into their present home, the Aston Lower Grounds.
Supporters coined the name "Villa Park"; no official declaration listed the ground as.
Ups and downs 1920โ€”1964 Aston Villa home design their sixth FA Cup in 1920, soon after though the club began a slow decline that led to Villa, at the time one of the most famous and successful clubs in world football, being relegated in 1936 for the first time to the.
This was largely the result of a dismal defensive record: they conceded 110 goals in 42 games, 7 of them coming from in an at Villa Park.
Like all English clubs, Villa lost seven seasons to the Second World War, and that conflict brought several careers to a premature end.
The team was rebuilt under the guidance of former player for the remainder of the 1940s.
Aston Villa's first trophy for 37 years came in the 1956โ€”57 season when another former Villa player, led the club to a then record seventh FA Cup Final win, defeating the 'Busby Babes' of in the final.
The team struggled in the league though and were relegated two seasons later, due in large part to complacency.
However, under the stewardship of manager Villa returned to the top-flight in 1960 as Second Division Champions.
The following season Aston Villa became the first team to win the.
Relegations and revival in the 80s 1964โ€”1992 Mercer's forced retirement from the club in 1964 aston villa home games dates a period of deep turmoil.
The most successful club in England was struggling to keep pace with changes in the modern game, with Villa being relegated for the third time, under manager in 1967.
The following season the fans called for the board to resign as Villa finished 16th in the Second Division.
With mounting debts and Villa lying at the bottom of Division Two, the board sacked the manager brought in to replace Taylorand within weeks the entire board resigned under overwhelming pressure from fans.
After much speculation, control of the club was bought by London financier Pat Matthews, who also brought in as chairman.
However, new ownership could not prevent Villa being relegated to the Third Division for the first time at the end of the season.
However, Villa gradually began to recover under the management of former club captain.
In the they returned to the Second Division as Champions with a record 70 points.
In 1974, was appointed manager.
His brand of no-nonsense visit web page proved effective, with the club winning the League Cup the following season and, at the end of season 1974โ€”75, he had taken them back into the First Division and into Europe.
The 1982 European Cup winning squad celebrate the 25th anniversary of their win.
Villa were back among the elite as Saunders continued to mould a winning team.
This culminated in a seventh top-flight league title in.
To the surprise of commentators and fans, Saunders quit halfway through the season, after falling out with the chairman, with Villa in the quarter final of the European Cup.
He was replaced by his softly-spoken assistant manager who guided the club to a 1โ€”0 victory over in the in courtesy of a goal.
The following season Villa were crowned winners, beating 3โ€”1 on aggregate.
This marked a pinnacle though and Villa's fortunes declined sharply for most of the 1980s, culminating in relegation in 1987.
This was followed by promotion the following year under and a runners-up position in the First Division in the 1989โ€”90 season.
For the rest of the Nineties however Villa went through three different managers and their league positions were inconsistent, although they did win two League Cups and regularly achieved qualification.
Villa reached the FA Cup final in 2000 but lost 1โ€”0 to in the last game to be played at the old.
Again Villa's league position continued to fluctuate under several different managers and things came to a head in the here of 2006 when left in acrimony.
After 23 years as chairman and single biggest shareholder approximately 38%Doug Ellis finally decided to sell his stake in Aston Villa due to ill-health.
After much speculation it was announced the club was to be bought by American businessmanowner of franchise the.
The arrival of a new owner in Lerner and of manager marked the start of a new period of optimism at Villa Park and sweeping changes occurred throughout the club including a new badge, a new kit sponsor and team changes in the summer of 2007.
The first Cup final of the Lerner era came in 2010 when Villa were beaten 2โ€”1 in the.
Villa made a second trip to Wembley in that season losing 3โ€”0 to Chelsea in the FA Cup semifinal.
Just five days before the opening day of theO'Neill resigned as manager, and after one year with in charge, managerdespite numerous protests aston villa home games dates fans against his appointment; this was the first time that a manager had moved directly between the two rivals.
McLeish's contract was terminated at the end of the 2011โ€”12 season after Villa finished in 16th place, and he was replaced by.
In February 2012, the club announced a financial home mobile games of ยฃ53.
With Lerner still on board, in the Aston Villa scored just 12 goals in 25 league games, the lowest in Premier League history, and Lambert was sacked in February 2015.
Takeover, Championship years and Promotion 2016โ€” In June 2016, Chinese businessman bought the club for ยฃ76 million.
Former Chelsea boss was appointed as the club's new manager, but was sacked after a poor start to the season.
He was replaced by former Birmingham manager.
In October 2018, Bruce was sacked after winning only one of the past nine matches.
He was replaced by managerwith as his assistant manager.
Under Smith performances and results improved, with the team finishing 5th and reaching the playoffs again - helped on by a club-record 10 game winning streak.
They reached the and defeated 2-1 to gain promotion back to the Premier League after a 3 year absence.
Colours and badge Villa's proposed kit of 1886 The club colours are a claret shirt with sky blue sleeves, white shorts with claret and blue trim, and sky blue socks with claret and white trim.
They were the original wearers of the claret and blue.
Villa's colours at the outset generally comprised plain shirts white, grey or a shade of bluewith either white or black shorts.
For a few years after that 1877โ€”79 the team wore several different kits from all white, blue and black, red and blue to plain green.
By 1880, black jerseys with a red lion embroidered on the chest were introduced by William McGregor.
This remained the first choice strip for six years.
On Monday, 8 November 1886, an entry in the club's official minute book states: i Proposed and seconded that the colours be chocolate and sky blue shirts and that we order two dozen.
Nobody is quite sure why claret and blue became the club's adopted colours.
Several roulette wheel home game English football teams adopted their colours; clubs that wear claret and blue include and.
A new badge was revealed in May 2007, for the season and beyond.
The new badge includes a aston villa home games dates represent the European Cup win in 1982, and has a light blue background behind Villa's 'lion rampant'.
The traditional motto "Prepared" remains in the badge, and the name Aston Villa has been shortened to AVFC, FC having been omitted from the previous badge.
The lion is now unified as opposed to fragmented lions of the past.
Villa badge 2007โ€”2016 On 6 April 2016, the club confirmed that it would be using a new badge from the after consulting fan groups for suggestions.
The lion in the new badge has claws added to it, and the word "Prepared" was removed to increase the size of the lion and club initials in the badge.
Kit sponsorship Aston Villa forwent commercial kit sponsorship for the 2008โ€”09 and 2009โ€”10 seasons; instead advertising the charitythe first deal of its kind in Premier league history.
The partnership continued until 2010 when a commercial sponsor replaced Acorns, with the hospice becoming the club's Official Charity Partner.
In 2014โ€”15, the Acorns name returned to Aston Villa's home and away shirts, but only for children's shirts re-affirming the club's support for the children's charity.
In the 2019-20 season, Aston Villa's kit sponsors are W88, an Asian betting and gambling company.
Previous commercial sponsors have been Davenports 1982โ€”831983โ€”931993โ€”951995โ€”981998โ€”20002000โ€”022002โ€”04DWS Investments 2004โ€”062006โ€”082018-19 FxPro 2010โ€”112011โ€”132013โ€”20152015โ€”2017 and 2017โ€”18.
Previous manufacturers have been 1972โ€”81, 1990โ€”931981โ€”831983โ€”871987โ€”90, 2004โ€”071993โ€”951995โ€”20002000โ€”042007โ€”122012โ€”162016โ€”18 and Luke1977 2018-19.
Stadium Main article: Aston Villa's current home venue is Villa Park, which is ahaving previously played at Aston Park 1874โ€”1876 and 1876โ€”1897.
Villa Park is the largest football stadium in the English Midlands, and the eighth largest stadium in England.
It has hosted 16 England internationals at senior level, the first in 1899, and the most recent in 2005.
Thus, it was the first English ground to stage international football in three different centuries.
Villa Park is the most used stadium in FA Cup semi-final history, having hosted 55 semi-finals.
The club have planning permission to extend the North Stand; this will involve the 'filling in' of the corners to either side of the North Stand.
If completed, the capacity of Villa Park will be increased to approximately 51,000.
The current training ground is located at near in norththe site for which was purchased by former chairman Doug Ellis in the early 1970s from a local farmer.
Although Bodymoor Heath was state-of-the-art in the 1970s, by the late 1990s the facilities had started to look dated.
In November 2005, Ellis and Aston Villa plc announced a state of the art 13 million redevelopment of Bodymoor in two phases.
However, work on Bodymoor was suspended by Ellis due to financial problems, and was left in an unfinished state until new owner Randy Lerner made it one of his priorities to make the site one of the best in world football.
The new training ground was officially unveiled on 6 May 2007, by then managerthen team captain and 1982 European Cup winning team captainwith the Aston Villa squad moving in for the 2007โ€”08 season.
A panorama of Villa Park from the Trinity Road Stand, showing from left to right the North Stand, the Doug Ellis Stand and the Holte End It was announced on 6 August 2014, that Villa Park would appear in the from onwards, with all other Premier League stadiums also fully licensed from this game onwards.
Ownershipthe club owner of Aston Villa 2006โ€”2016.
The first shares in the club were issued towards the end of the 19th century as a result of legislation that was intended to codify the growing numbers of professional teams and players in the Association Football leagues.
FA aston villa home games dates were required to distribute shares to investors as a way of facilitating trading among the teams without implicating the FA itself.
This trading continued for much of the 20th century until Ellis started buying up many of the shares in the 1960s.
He was chairman and substantial shareholder of "Aston Villa F.
The club were on the LSE in 1996, and the share price fluctuated in the ten years after the flotation.
In 2006 it was announced that several consortia and individuals were considering bids for Aston Villa.
On 14 August 2006, it was confirmed thatthen owner of the 'shad reached an agreement of ยฃ62.
A statement released on 25 August to the LSE announced that Lerner had secured 59.
He also appointed himself Chairman of the club.
In Ellis's last year in charge Villa lost ยฃ8.
Lerner took full control on 18 September, as he had 89.
On 19 September 2006, Ellis and his board resigned to be replaced with a new board headed by Lerner.
Lerner installed as a non-executive director and Ellis was awarded the honorary position of Chairman Emeritus.
Lerner put the club up for sale in May 2014, valuing it at an estimated ยฃ200 million.
On 18 May 2016, Randy Lerner agreed the sale of Aston Villa to Recon Aston villa home games dates, owned by Chinese businessman Xia Jiantong.
The sale was completed on 14 June 2016 for a reported ยฃ76 million after being approved by the Football League, with the club becoming part of Recon Group's Sport, Leisure and Tourism division.
Recon Group were selected to take over Aston Villa following a selection process by the club.
After failing to secure promotion to the Premier League in the 2017โ€”18 season speculation about financial difficulties at the club began to mount.
This prompted the owner Tony Xia to seek additional investment.
On 20 July 2018 it was announced that the NSWE group, an Egyptian company owned by the Egyptian billionaire and the American billionaire were to invest in the football club.
They purchased a controlling 55% stake in the club and Sawiris took over the role of club chairman.
Social responsibility Aston Villa have a unique relationship with the charity that is groundbreaking in English football.
In a first for the Premier League, Aston Villa donated the front of the shirt on their kit, usually reserved for high-paying sponsorships, to Acorns Hospice so that the charity would gain significant additional visibility and greater fund raising capabilities.
Outside of the shirt sponsorship the club have paid for hospice care for the charity as well as regularly providing player visits to hospice locations.
In September 2010, Aston Villa launched an initiative at Villa Park called Villa Midlands Food VMF where the club will spend two years training students with Aston Villa Hospitality and Events in association with Birmingham City Council.
The club will open a restaurant in the Trinity Road Stand staffed with 12 students recruited from within a ten-mile 16 km radius of Villa Park with the majority of the food served in the restaurant sourced locally.
Supporters and rivalries Aston Villa fans in Villa Park's Holte End, proclaiming themselves to be the team's.
Aston Villa have a large fanbase and draw support from all over the and beyond, with supporters' clubs all across the world.
Former Villa chief executive Richard Fitzgerald has stated that the ethnicity of the supporters is currently 98% white.
When Randy Lerner's regime took over at Villa Park, they aimed to improve their support from ethnic minorities.
A number of organisations have been set up to support the local community, including Aston Pride.
A Villa in the Community programme has also been set up to encourage support among young people in the region.
The new owners have also initiated several surveys aimed at gaining the opinions of Villa fans and to involve them in the decision making process.
Meetings also occur every three months where supporters are invited by ballot and are invited to ask questions to the Board.
In 2011, the club supported a supporter-based initiative for an official anthem to boost the atmosphere at Villa Park.
The song "The Bells Are Ringing" is to be played before games.
Like many English football clubs, Aston Villa have had several associated with them: Villa Youth, Steamers, and the C-Crew, the last mentioned being very active during the 1970s and 1980s.
As can be seen across the whole of English football, the hooligan groups have now been marginalised.
In 2004, several Villa firms were involved in a fight with fans outside Villa Park in which a steward died.
The main groupings of supporters can now be found in a number of domestic and international supporters' clubs.
This includes the Official Aston Villa Supporters Club which also has many smaller regional and international sections.
There were several independent supporters clubs during the reign of Doug Ellis but most of these disbanded after his retirement.
The supporter group formed to stand up for Villa supporters' rights, as a direct result of Villa supporters' protest against the club's appointment of.
The club's supporters also publish such as Heroes and Villains and The Holy Trinity.
Aston Villa's arch-rivals are Birmingham City, with games between the two clubs known as the.
Historically though, have arguably been Villa's greatest rivals, a view highlighted in a fan survey, conducted in 2003.
The two teams contested three FA Cup finals in the late 19th century.
Villa also enjoy less heated local rivalries with and.
Through the relegation of West Brom and Birmingham City, to the click to see more, in the season, at the start of Premiership season, Villa were the only Midlands club in that League.
The nearest opposing team Villa faced during that season go herewho played 62 miles 100 km away the super bowl 2019 games to play at home that South Yorkshire.
For theWest Bromwich Albion were promoted and joined Aston Villa, Wolverhampton Wanderers, and Birmingham City in the Premier League.
This marked the first time that the "West Midlands' Big Four" clubs have been in the Premier League at the same time, and the first time together in the top flight since the.
Birmingham were relegated at the end of the 2010โ€”11 season, ending this period.
Statistics Chart showing the progress of Aston Villa F.
The only club to have spent longer in the top flight arewith 116 seasons, making Aston Villa versus What is bingo at home the most-played fixture in English top-flight football.
Aston Villa were relegated from the top tier of English football in 2016, having played in every Premier League season since its establishment inbut were promoted back in.
They are ninth in theand have the fifth highest total of major honours 20 won by an English club.
Aston Villa currently hold the record number of league goals scored by any team in the English top flight; 128 goals were scored in theone more than who won the league that season for the very first time, with Villa runners-up.
Villa legend became the first player to score in every round of the FA Cup in Villa's victorious 1887 campaign.
Villa's longest unbeaten home run in the FA Cup spanned 13 years and 19 games, from 1888 to 1901.
Aston Villa are one of five English teams to have won the.
They did so on 26 May 1982 inbeating 1โ€”0 thanks to 's goal.
Club honours Further information: Aston Villa have won European and domestic league honours.
The club's last English honour was in 1996 when they won thegame of mobile homes most recently they won the.
Domestic Star on the for the Aston Villa team who became European champions in 1982.
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Position Player Under 23s and Academy was voted the and in 1977.
There have been many players who can be called notable throughout Aston Villa's history.
These can be classified and recorded in several forms.
The Halls of Fame and PFA Players of the Year are noted below.
As of 2014Aston Villa, jointly with Tottenham Hotspur, hold the record for providing the most internationals with 73.
Aston Villa have had several players who wereincluding inaugural club Hall of Fame inductee.
In 1998, to celebrate the 100th season of League football, released a list entitled the that consisted of "100 legendary players.
Three Aston Villa players have won the award.
In won the award.
In it was awarded towhilst Paul McGrath won it in.
Thewhich is awarded to players under the age of 23, has been awarded to four players from Aston Villa: Andy Gray in ; in ; in and in.
The in administers the which currently contains one Villa team, four Villa players and two managers.
The 1982 team were inducted into the Hall of Fame in October 2011.
Graham Taylor was elected to the Hall of Fame in 2010 as a Football Foundation Community Champion.
The only Villa players in the Hall of Fame are Clem Stephenson, Danny Blanchflower, Peter Schmeichel and Paul McGrath.
In 2006 the club announced the creation of an " Aston Villa Hall of Fame.
Former club captain was added to the list in May 2013.
Name Period Played Win Draw Lose Win% Honours From To 1 August 1884 31 May 1926 1,327 658 414 255 0 49.
Also in 2006 was inducted into the Aston Villa Hall of Fame.
In the sitcomthe character is a Villa supporter.
When filming began onVilla fan was allowed to choose 's scarf from an array in the BBC wardrobe; he chose a claret and blue oneโ€”Aston Villa's colours.
The character Nessa in the BBC sitcom was revealed as an Aston Villa fan in an episode screened in December 2009.
In the 1952 filmthe main character Denry Machin becomes a town councillor and purchases the rights to locally born Aston Villa player 'Callear', the "greatest centre-forward in England", for the failing local football club.
Villa have also featured on several occasions in prose.
Stanley Woolley, a aston villa home games dates in 's Booker shortlisted novel Goshawk Squadron is an Aston Villa fan and names a pre-war starting eleven Villa side.
Together withVilla Park is referenced by the poet in his poem about the First World War, MCMXIV.
Aston Villa are also mentioned in Harold Pinter's play.
In 2001 Aston Villa were one of three co-winners of the Intertoto Cup with and.
The club also won all of their rounds to be named joint-winners and progress to the UEFA Cup, the format was changed in 2006 to award the Intertoto Trophy to the side progressing furthest in thewhich was.
Up until 1992, the top division of was the.
The Premier League took over from the First Division as the top tier of the upon its formation in 1992.
The First Division then became the second tier of English football, the Second Division became the https://festes.ru/home/nj-poker-home-games.html tier, and so on.
The First Division is now known as thewhile the Second Division is now known as.
C Saunders was never a player for Aston Villa; he was the manager from 1974 to 1982.
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The club competes in thethe top tier of the.
Founded in 1874, they have played at their current home ground,since 1897.
Aston Villa were one of the founder members of the in 1888 and of the in 1992.
Villa are one of only five English clubs to have won thein.
They have also won the seven times, the seven times, the five times, and the once.
Villa have a fierce local rivalry with and the between the teams has been played since 1879.
The club's traditional colours are shirts with sky blue sleeves, white shorts and sky blue socks.
game mobile homes traditional club badge is of a lion.
The club is currently owned by the NSWE group, a company owned by the Egyptian billionaire and the American billionaire.
The four founders of Aston Villa were Jack Hughes, Frederick Matthews, Walter Price and William Scattergood.
Aston Villa's first match was against the local team.
As a condition of the match, the Villa side had to agree to play the first half under Rugby rules and the second half under Association rules.
After moving to the ground in 1876, Villa soon established themselves as one of the best teams in the Midlands, winning their first honour, the in 1880, under the captaincy of Scotsman.
The Aston Villa team of 1899 that won the First Division and shared with Queen's Park as well as a number of The club won their first FA Cup in 1887 with captain becoming one of the game's first household names.
Aston Villa were one of the dozen teams that competed in the inaugural Football League in 1888 with one of the club's directors, being the league's founder.
Aston Villa emerged as the most successful English club of the Victorian era, winning no fewer than five League titles and three FA Cups by the end of 's reign.
In 1897, the year Villa wonthey moved into their present home, the Aston Lower Grounds.
Supporters coined the name "Villa Park"; no official declaration listed the ground as.
Ups and downs 1920โ€”1964 Aston Villa won their sixth FA Cup in 1920, soon after though the club began a slow decline that led to Villa, at the time one of the most famous and successful clubs in world football, being relegated in 1936 for the first time to the.
This was largely the result of a dismal defensive record: they conceded 110 goals in 42 games, 7 of them coming from in an at Villa Park.
Like all English clubs, Villa lost seven seasons to the Second World War, and that conflict brought several careers to a premature end.
The team was rebuilt under the guidance of former player for the remainder of the 1940s.
Aston Villa's first trophy for 37 years came in the 1956โ€”57 game poker club when another former Villa player, led the club to a then record seventh FA Cup Final win, defeating the 'Busby Babes' of in the final.
The team struggled in the league though and were relegated two seasons later, due in large part to complacency.
However, under the stewardship of manager Villa returned to the top-flight in 1960 as Second Division Champions.
The following season Aston Villa became the first team to win the.
Relegations and revival in the 80s 1964โ€”1992 Mercer's forced retirement from the club in 1964 signalled a period of deep turmoil.
The most successful club in England was struggling to keep pace with changes in the modern game, with Villa being relegated for the third time, under manager in 1967.
The following season the fans called for the board to resign as Villa finished 16th in the Second Division.
With mounting debts and Villa lying at the bottom of Division Two, the board sacked the manager brought in to replace Taylorand within weeks the entire board resigned under overwhelming pressure from fans.
After much speculation, control of the club was bought by London financier Pat Matthews, who also brought in as chairman.
However, new ownership could not prevent Villa being relegated to the Third Division for the first time at the end of the season.
However, Villa gradually began to recover under the management of former club captain.
In the they returned to the Second Division as Champions with a record 70 points.
In 1974, was appointed manager.
His brand of no-nonsense man-management proved effective, with the club winning the League Cup the following season and, at the end of season 1974โ€”75, he had taken them back into the First Division and into Europe.
The 1982 European Cup winning squad celebrate the 25th anniversary of their win.
Villa were back among the elite as Saunders continued to mould a winning team.
This culminated in a seventh top-flight league title in.
To the surprise of commentators and fans, Saunders quit halfway through the season, after falling out with the chairman, with Villa in the quarter final of the European Cup.
He was replaced by his softly-spoken assistant manager who guided the club to a 1โ€”0 victory over in the in courtesy of a goal.
The following season Villa were crowned winners, beating 3โ€”1 on aggregate.
This marked a pinnacle though and Villa's fortunes declined sharply for most of the 1980s, culminating nj poker home games relegation in 1987.
This was followed by promotion the following year under and a runners-up position in the First Division in the 1989โ€”90 season.
For the rest of the Nineties however Villa went through three different managers and their league positions were inconsistent, although they did win two League Cups and regularly achieved qualification.
Villa reached the FA Cup final in 2000 but lost 1โ€”0 to in the last game to be played at the old.
Again Villa's league go here continued to fluctuate under several different managers and things came to a head in the summer of 2006 when left in acrimony.
After 23 years as chairman and single biggest shareholder approximately 38%Doug Ellis finally decided to sell his stake in Aston Villa due to ill-health.
After much speculation it was announced the club was to be bought by American businessmanowner of franchise the.
The arrival of a new owner in Lerner and of manager marked the start of a new period https://festes.ru/home/what-is-innuendo-bingo-game-at-home.html optimism at Villa Park and sweeping changes occurred throughout the club including a new badge, a new kit sponsor and team changes in the summer of 2007.
The first Cup final of the Lerner era came in 2010 aston villa home games dates Villa were beaten 2โ€”1 in the.
Villa made a second trip to Wembley in that season losing 3โ€”0 to Chelsea in the FA Cup semifinal.
Just five days before the opening day of theO'Neill resigned as manager, and after one year with in charge, managerdespite numerous protests from fans against his appointment; this was the first time that a manager had moved directly between the two rivals.
McLeish's contract was terminated at the end of the 2011โ€”12 season after Villa finished in 16th place, and he was replaced by.
In February 2012, the club announced a financial loss of ยฃ53.
With Lerner still on board, in the Aston Villa scored just 12 goals in 25 league games, the lowest in Premier League history, and Lambert was sacked in February 2015.
Takeover, Championship years and Promotion 2016โ€” In June 2016, Chinese businessman bought the club for ยฃ76 million.
Former Chelsea boss was appointed as the club's new manager, but was sacked after a poor start to the season.
He was replaced by former Birmingham manager.
In October 2018, Bruce was sacked after winning only one of the past nine matches.
He was replaced by managerwith as his assistant manager.
Under Smith performances and results improved, with the team finishing 5th and reaching the playoffs again - helped on by a club-record 10 game winning streak.
They reached the and defeated 2-1 to gain promotion back to the Premier League after a 3 year absence.
Colours and badge Villa's proposed kit of 1886 The club colours are a claret shirt with sky blue sleeves, white shorts with claret and blue trim, and sky blue socks with claret and white trim.
They were the original wearers of the claret and blue.
Villa's colours at the outset generally comprised plain shirts white, grey or a shade of bluewith either white or black shorts.
For a few years after that 1877โ€”79 the team wore several different kits from all white, blue and black, red and blue to plain green.
By 1880, black jerseys with a red lion embroidered on the chest were introduced by William McGregor.
This remained the first choice strip for six years.
On Monday, 8 November 1886, an entry in the club's official minute book states: i Proposed and seconded that the colours be chocolate and sky blue shirts and that we order two dozen.
Nobody is quite sure why claret and blue became the club's adopted colours.
Several other English football teams adopted their colours; clubs that wear claret and blue include and.
A new badge was revealed in May 2007, for the season and beyond.
The new badge includes a to represent the European Cup win in 1982, and has a light blue background behind Villa's 'lion rampant'.
The traditional motto "Prepared" remains in the badge, and the name Aston Villa has been shortened to AVFC, FC having aston villa home games dates omitted from the previous badge.
The lion is now unified as opposed to fragmented lions of the past.
Villa badge 2007โ€”2016 On 6 April 2016, the club confirmed that it would be using a new badge from the after consulting fan groups for suggestions.
The lion in the new badge has claws added to it, and the word "Prepared" was removed to increase the size of the lion and club initials in the badge.
Kit sponsorship Aston Villa forwent commercial kit sponsorship for the 2008โ€”09 and 2009โ€”10 seasons; instead advertising the charitythe first deal of its kind in Premier league history.
The partnership continued until 2010 when a commercial sponsor replaced Acorns, with the hospice becoming the club's Official Charity Partner.
In 2014โ€”15, the Acorns name returned to Aston Villa's home and away shirts, but only for children's shirts re-affirming the club's support for the children's charity.
In the 2019-20 season, Aston Villa's kit sponsors are W88, an Asian betting and gambling company.
Previous commercial sponsors have been Davenports 1982โ€”831983โ€”931993โ€”951995โ€”981998โ€”20002000โ€”022002โ€”04DWS Investments check this out2006โ€”082018-19 FxPro 2010โ€”112011โ€”132013โ€”20152015โ€”2017 and 2017โ€”18.
Previous manufacturers have been 1972โ€”81, 1990โ€”931981โ€”831983โ€”871987โ€”90, 2004โ€”071993โ€”951995โ€”20002000โ€”042007โ€”122012โ€”162016โ€”18 and Luke1977 2018-19.
Stadium Main article: Aston Villa's current home venue is Villa Park, which is ahaving previously played at Aston Park 1874โ€”1876 and 1876โ€”1897.
Villa Park is the largest football stadium in the English Midlands, and the eighth largest stadium in England.
It has hosted 16 England internationals at senior level, the first in 1899, and the most recent in 2005.
Thus, it was the first English ground to stage international football in three different centuries.
Villa Park is the most used stadium in FA Cup semi-final history, having hosted 55 semi-finals.
The club have planning permission to extend the North Stand; this will involve the 'filling in' of the corners to either side of the North Stand.
If completed, the capacity of Villa Park will be increased to approximately 51,000.
The current training ground is located at near in norththe site for which was purchased by former chairman Doug Ellis in the early 1970s from a local aston villa home games dates />Although Bodymoor Heath was state-of-the-art in the 1970s, by the late 1990s the facilities had started to look dated.
In November 2005, Ellis and Aston Villa plc announced a state of the art 13 million redevelopment of Bodymoor in two phases.
However, work on Bodymoor was suspended by Ellis due to financial problems, and was left in an unfinished state until new owner Randy Lerner made it one of his priorities to make the site one of the best in world football.
The new training ground was officially unveiled on 6 May 2007, by then managerthen team captain and 1982 European Cup winning team captainwith the Aston Villa squad moving in for the 2007โ€”08 season.
A panorama of Villa Park from the Trinity Road Stand, showing from left to right the North Stand, the Doug Ellis Stand and the Holte End It was announced on 6 August 2014, that Villa Park would appear in the from onwards, with all other Premier League stadiums also fully licensed from this game onwards.
Ownershipthe club owner of Aston Villa 2006โ€”2016.
The first shares in the club were issued towards the end of the 19th century as a result of legislation that was intended to codify the growing numbers of professional teams and players in the Association Football leagues.
FA teams were required to distribute shares to investors as a way of facilitating trading among the teams without implicating the FA itself.
This trading continued for much of the 20th century until Ellis started buying up many of the shares in the 1960s.
He was chairman and substantial shareholder of "Aston Villa F.
The club were on the LSE in 1996, and the share price fluctuated in the ten years after the flotation.
In 2006 it was announced that several consortia and individuals were considering bids for Aston Villa.
On 14 August 2006, it was confirmed thatthen owner of the 'shad reached an agreement of ยฃ62.
A statement released on 25 August to the LSE announced that Lerner had secured 59.
He also appointed himself Chairman of the club.
In Ellis's last year in charge Villa lost ยฃ8.
Lerner took full control on 18 September, as he had 89.
On 19 September 2006, Ellis and his board resigned to be replaced with a new board headed by Lerner.
Lerner installed as a non-executive director and Ellis was awarded the honorary position of Chairman Emeritus.
Lerner put the club up for sale in May 2014, valuing it at an estimated ยฃ200 million.
On 18 May 2016, Randy Lerner agreed the sale of Aston Villa to Recon Group, owned by Chinese businessman Xia Jiantong.
The sale was completed on 14 June 2016 for a reported ยฃ76 million after being approved by the Football League, with the club becoming part of Recon Group's Sport, Leisure and Tourism division.
Recon Group were selected to take over Aston Villa following a selection process by the club.
After failing to secure promotion to the Premier League in the 2017โ€”18 season speculation about financial difficulties at the club began to mount.
This prompted the owner Tony Xia to seek additional investment.
On 20 July 2018 it was announced that the NSWE group, an Egyptian company owned by the Egyptian billionaire and the American billionaire were to invest in the football club.
They purchased a controlling 55% stake in the club and Sawiris took over the role of club chairman.
Social responsibility Aston Villa have a unique relationship with the charity that is groundbreaking in English football.
In a first just click for source the Premier League, Aston Villa donated the front of the shirt on their kit, usually reserved for high-paying sponsorships, to Acorns Hospice so that the charity would gain significant additional visibility and greater fund raising capabilities.
Outside of the shirt sponsorship the club have paid for hospice care for the charity as well as regularly providing player visits to hospice locations.
In September 2010, Aston Villa launched an initiative at Villa Park called Villa Midlands Food VMF where the club will spend two years training students with Aston Villa Hospitality and Events in association with Birmingham City Council.
The club will open a restaurant in the Trinity Road Stand staffed with 12 students recruited from within a ten-mile 16 km radius of Villa Park with the majority of the food served in the restaurant sourced locally.
Supporters and rivalries Aston Villa fans in Villa Park's Holte End, proclaiming themselves to be the team's.
Aston Villa have a large fanbase and draw support from all over the and beyond, with supporters' clubs all across the world.
Former Villa chief executive Richard Fitzgerald has stated that the ethnicity of the supporters is currently 98% white.
When Randy Lerner's regime took over at Villa Park, they aimed to improve their support from ethnic minorities.
A number of organisations have been set up to support the local aston villa home games dates, including Aston Pride.
A Villa in the Community programme has also been set up to encourage support among young people in the region.
The new owners have also initiated several surveys aimed at gaining the opinions of Villa fans and to involve them in the decision making process.
Meetings also occur every three months where supporters are invited by ballot and are invited to ask questions to the Board.
In 2011, the club supported a supporter-based initiative for an official anthem to boost the atmosphere at Villa Park.
The song "The Bells Are Ringing" is to be played before games.
Like many English football clubs, Aston Villa have had several associated with them: Villa Youth, Steamers, and the C-Crew, the last mentioned being very active during the 1970s and 1980s.
As can be seen across the whole of English football, the hooligan groups have now been marginalised.
In 2004, several Villa firms were involved in a fight with fans outside Villa Park in which a steward died.
The main groupings of supporters can now be found in a number of domestic and international supporters' clubs.
This includes the Official Aston Villa Supporters Club which also has many smaller regional and international sections.
There were several independent supporters clubs during the reign of Doug Ellis but most of these disbanded after his retirement.
The supporter group formed to stand up for Villa supporters' rights, as a direct result of Villa supporters' protest against the club's appointment of.
The club's supporters also publish such as Heroes and Villains and The Holy Trinity.
Aston Villa's arch-rivals are Birmingham City, with games between the two clubs known as the.
Historically though, have arguably been Villa's greatest rivals, a view highlighted in a fan survey, conducted in 2003.
The two teams contested three FA Cup finals in the late 19th century.
Villa also enjoy less heated local rivalries with and.
Through the relegation of West Brom and Birmingham City, to thein the season, at the start of Premiership season, Villa were the only Midlands club in that League.
The nearest opposing team Villa faced during that season waswho played 62 miles 100 km away in South Yorkshire.
For theWest Bromwich Albion were promoted and joined Aston Villa, Wolverhampton Wanderers, and Birmingham City in the Premier League.
This marked the first time that the "West Midlands' Big Four" clubs have been in the Premier League at the same time, and the first time together in the top flight since the.
Birmingham were relegated at the end of the 2010โ€”11 season, ending this period.
Statistics Chart showing the progress of Aston Villa F.
The only club to have spent longer in the top flight arewith 116 seasons, making Aston Villa versus Everton the most-played fixture in English top-flight football.
Aston Villa were relegated from the top tier of English football in 2016, having played in every Premier League season since its establishment inbut were promoted back in.
They are ninth in theand have the fifth highest total of major honours 20 won by an English club.
Aston Villa currently hold the record number of league goals scored by any team in the English top flight; 128 goals were scored in theone more than who won the league that season for the very first time, with Villa runners-up.
Villa legend became the first player to score in every round of the FA Cup in Villa's victorious 1887 campaign.
Villa's longest unbeaten home run in the FA Cup spanned 13 years and 19 games, from 1888 to 1901.
Aston Villa are one of five English teams to have won the.
They did so on 26 May 1982 inbeating 1โ€”0 thanks to 's goal.
Club honours Further information: Aston Villa have aston villa home games dates European and domestic league honours.
The club's last English honour was in 1996 when they won theand most recently they won the.
Domestic Star on the for the Aston Villa team who became European champions in 1982.
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There have been many players who can be called notable throughout Aston Villa's history.
These can be classified and recorded in several forms.
The Halls of Fame and PFA Players of the Year are noted below.
As of 2014Aston Villa, jointly with Tottenham Hotspur, hold the record for providing the most internationals with 73.
Aston Villa have had several players who wereincluding inaugural club Hall of Fame inductee.
In 1998, to celebrate the 100th season of League football, released a list entitled the that consisted of "100 legendary players.
Three Aston Villa players have won the award.
In won the award.
In it was awarded towhilst Paul McGrath won it in.
Thewhich is awarded to players under the age of 23, has been awarded to four players from Aston Villa: Andy Gray in ; in ; in and in.
The in administers the which currently contains one Villa team, four Villa players and two managers.
The 1982 team were inducted into the Hall of Fame in October 2011.
Graham Read more was elected to the Hall of Fame in learn more here as a Football Foundation Community Champion.
The only Villa players in the Hall of Fame are Clem Stephenson, Danny Blanchflower, Peter Schmeichel and Paul McGrath.
In 2006 the club announced the creation of an " Aston Villa Hall of Fame.
Former club captain was added to the list in May 2013.
Name Period Played Win Draw Lose Win% Honours From To 1 August 1884 31 May 1926 1,327 658 414 255 0 49.
Also in 2006 was inducted into the Aston Villa Hall of Fame.
In the sitcomthe character is a Villa supporter.
When filming began onVilla fan was allowed to choose 's scarf from an array in the BBC wardrobe; he chose a claret and blue oneโ€”Aston Villa's colours.
The character Nessa in the BBC sitcom was revealed as an Aston Villa fan in an episode screened in December 2009.
In the 1952 filmthe main character Denry Machin becomes a town councillor and purchases the rights to locally born Aston Villa player 'Callear', the "greatest centre-forward in England", for the failing local football club.
Villa have also featured on several occasions in prose.
Stanley Woolley, a character in 's Booker shortlisted novel Goshawk Squadron is an Aston villa home games dates Villa fan and names a pre-war starting eleven Villa side.
Together withVilla Park is referenced by the poet in his poem about the First World War, MCMXIV.
Aston Villa are also mentioned in Harold Pinter's play.
In 2001 Aston Villa were one of three co-winners of the Intertoto Cup with https://festes.ru/home/pokerstars-home-games-app.html />The club also won all of their rounds to be named joint-winners and progress to the UEFA Cup, the format was changed in 2006 to award the Intertoto Trophy to the side progressing furthest in thewhich was.
Up until 1992, the top division of was the.
The Premier League took over from the First Division as the top tier of the upon its formation in 1992.
The First Division then became the second tier of English football, the Second Division became the third tier, and so on.
The First Division is now known as thewhile the Second Division is now known as.
C Saunders was never a player for Aston Villa; he was the manager from 1974 to 1982.
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