Villa Park

Ground Name: Villa Park
Capacity: 42,640 (all seated)
Address: Villa Park, Trinity Rd, Birmingham B6 6HE
Main Tel no.: 0121 327 2299
Year Ground Opened: 1897

Villa Park has been the home of Aston Villa Football Club since 1897 and holds a huge amount of history. The stadium has hosted an incredible 55 FA Cup Semi finals, more than any other ground.

The ground has been approved to increase the capacity from 42,000 to 50,000 should the demand be there. It would involve filling in the corners of the North Stand.

Stadium Layout

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Away supporters are located in the blue and white area of the Doug Ellis Stand. Up to 2,972 fans can be accommodated in this area, split between both the upper and lower tiers of the stand. If only a small away following is expected then just the upper tier is allocated.

Getting to the ground

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There are many Public Transport options available including rail, bus or plane. The official website has an up to date Public Transport guide on the website. You can view it here.

Parking

There is plenty of car parking available around Villa Park as long as you don’t mind walking. If walking is an issue for you it is best to contact the club to see if there is any parking available on the official club car park at Villa Park.

Otherwise there are a few locations for ‘Official Aston Villa’ parking which are well sign posted. Other options are local pubs which most tend to offer parking for around £5 per vehicle.

Free parking for away coaches/minibus is available opposite Villa Park.

If you organise away coach or minibus travel to Villa Park, please notify the Football Liaison Department at Queens Road Police Station in advance of your travel arrangements on 0121 322 6077.

Where to drink

Away supporters are allowed to drink in the Cap and Gown which is located a few minutes walk from the ground at Witton roundabout. The pub is split half and half between home and away supporters and has it’s own room and entrance for visiting fans. There is an admission fee of £1.

Another option for away supporters is the Yew Tree Pub which is located on the Brookvale Road.

Home Supporters can check out our pub guide.

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