Aston Villa Tickets
Villa are one of only five English teams to win the Uefa Champions League and are the fourth highest ranked team in major honours won by an English club. Although recently there has been no need for champions league tickets at Vila Park we still have a range of premier league tickets for the Villains Premier League fixtures happening this season.
Aston Villa play at Villa Park, which in the past has hosted England internationals and is one of the country’s most prestigious grounds. Aston Villa tickets are always a popular choice for someone wanting to watch a game in the midlands. The ground itself has a capacity of over 40,000, is situated just out the centre of Birmingham, and is easily commutable by train, bus or car.
This season Villa face an uphill struggle as they try to adapt to life without their two stars players from last season Christian Benteke and Fabien Delph. Whilst these two will be huge losses the £40 million pounds generated from their sales has been reinvested and Villa have spent big on gaining the services of more than ten new players including championship goal machine Rudy Gestede and former England international Micah Richards. There will be plenty of exciting new players on show at Villa Park this season and any Villa fans are sure to be excited to see how their new summer acquisitions fare this campaign.
Football Ticket Pad has AVFC tickets for home and away games; Aston Villa tickets are allocated specifically in the away end for their reverse fixtures. Villa Football tickets for sale through us can be bought and sold with 100% confidence. You can obtain premier league tickets to some of the biggest and best games on the premier league calendar with assured peace of mind. Keep an eye out and you could potentially bag yourself some cheap football tickets to a top-class game at Villa Park!
Sam Alllardyce was beaming and the Stadium of Light was roaring at the final whistle as Sunderland dismantled a tepid Everton side 3-0 to secure their Premier League status last night.
Football is a funny old game. Take you back seven years and Aston Villa were rubbing shoulders in the UEFA Cup with Ajax and Hamburg among the visiting fans to a sell-out Villa Park. However, Come next season, the likes of Rotherham United and Brentford could be their midweek visitors as the boys in claret and blue look to stem the toxic tide that passes through the club as they are relegated for the first time in their history.
Football Ticket Pad takes a look at this weekends main talking points from the Premier League which includes a twist in the title race, return to form of an England striker, plus the battle for survival as Sunderland and Newcastle secure wins.