How to buy Aston Villa tickets?
We sometimes get people asking us how can I get Aston Villa tickets? The Premier League is by far the hardest league to get your football tickets for. When you're not a member, it's almost impossible to get Aston Villa tickets. We've collected the best available Aston Villa tickets for non members. Let's walk you through the steps before the tickets are yours.
- Select the match you want to attend and click 'View Tickets'.
- Select the area you would like to sit within Villa Park on the right-hand side.
- Select the number of tickets you would like to purchase.
- Click on the green 'Buy' button.
- Complete the order form using your personal details.
- Don't forget to check all your information is correct.
- Click 'Make Payment'.
- The tickets are now yours!
Trinity Road, Birmingham B6 6HE, United Kingdom
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.
Best way to travel to Villa Park
After booking your Aston Villa football tickets, it's time to find out how you can get to Villa Park. There are several ways how you get get to the stadium in Birmingham. Here are the best options for a matchday visit to the stadium.
You can easily get to the stadium by train. The two nearest train stations are Witton and Aston. Take the train to any of these two stations and walk together with many other Aston Villa fans to Villa Park. Witton is the closest to the stadium with approximately 5 minutes walking from the station.
The main two bus routes servicing Villa Park are the no 7 and no 11. In addition, services 65 and 67 also operate within walking distance of Villa Park. Always check the timetables ahead of the match!
To find Villa Park as a reference point using your GPS the postcode is B6 6HE, which will assist in making sure you are in the correct part of Birmingham, but in general you will find Aston Villa as a Point of Interest (POI) in most GPS satellite navigation units. Do not use the stadium as your destination on GPS satellite navigation units, unless you have access to stadium car parks (permit only). Always plan yout journey in advance and select the official car park you want to park your car!
League Position Last Year:
Dean Smith replaced Steve Bruce as Aston Villa manager in October 2018. At the end of the 2018-2019 Championship season, he finished 5th with his team, which gave Aston Villa a ticket for the play-offs. They managed to get into the Championship play-offs final against Derby County, which they won with 2-1. This victory brought Aston Villa back into the English Premier League. Where they are still in after two years of playing at the highest level.
Aston Villa summer transfers
Aston Villa is always active on the transfer market, even after a great season in the Premier League they want to improve. In an attempt to keep improving and competing against relegation they need to renew their squad. In this part we name all incoming and outgoing transfers for Aston Villa.
Main outgoing transfers
- Jack Grealish to Manchester City
- Mbwana Samatta to Fenerbahce
- Tom Heaton to Manchester United
- Bjorn Engels to Royal Antwerp
- Neil Taylor out of contract
- Ahmed Elmohamady out of contract
Main incoming transfers
- Leon Bailly from Bayer Leverkusen
- Axel Tuanzebe from Manchester United
- Danny Ings from Southampton
- Ashley Young from Inter Milan
- Emiliano Buendía from Norwich City
Aston Villa Honours & Trophies
Aston Villa has been a very successful club in the past, in recent years they weren't able to add much silverware to their trophy cabinet.
First Division/Premier League wins:
7 (latest: 1980)
UEFA Champions League/European Cup wins:
1 (latest: 1981/82)
European Super Cup wins:
1 (latest: 1982)
FA Cup wins:
7 (latest: 1956/57)
League Cup wins:
5 (latest: 1995/96)
Community Shield wins:
2 (latest: 1981)
Geographical location is most often the reason for rivalries between two teams. The same goes for the rivalry between Aston Villa and Birmingham City. Both clubs are based in Birmingham, which is the second biggest city in the UK. The match between both teams is called the Second City Derby. The hatred between these teams was showed when a Birmingham City fan entered the pitch in March 2019 to punch Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish in his face. Something that got punished later on when Jack Grealish scored.
West Bromwich Albion
A fan survey amongst Aston Villa supporters, showed they see West Bromwich Albion as their main rivals. Those two teams contested three FA Cup finals in the late 19th century. This led to a fierce and heated rivalry amongst fans of both teams.
There is a local, much less heated rivalry with Wolverhampton Wanderers. It has been blown up a bit in recent years after some epic matches between both teams.
Frequently Asked Questions about Aston Villa tickets
How much are Aston Villa tickets?
Our ticket sellers set their own prices for every ticket. Ticket prices vary based on several different factors. The opponents, the day of play, the importance of the match and many other things decide the price of the Aston Villa tickets.
Can you buy aston villa tickets on matchday??
Our ticket sellers need the time to get the tickets to you. Therefore we usually stop selling tickets before matchday. In a few cases we are able to get tickets to you at the stadium, in that case you can buy Aston Villa tickets on matchday.