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Aston Villa Football Club is a professional football club based in Aston, Birmingham, England. The club competes in the Premier League, the highest level of the English football league system. The company was founded in 1874 and has played at its home ground Villa Park since 1897. Aston Villa is one of the oldest and most successful clubs in England and was a founding member of the Football League in 1888 and the Premier League in 1992. Aston Villa were one of five English clubs to win the European Cup in 1981–82. Aston Villa FC have also won the Football League First Division seven times, the FA Cup seven times, the League Cup five times, and the European (UEFA) Super Cup once.

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Aston Villa FC are currently ranked 5th in the all-time English top flight table, since its creation in 1888. Aston Villa FC have a fierce local rivalry with Birmingham City and the Second City derby between the teams has been played since 1879. The club's traditional kit colors are claret shirts with sky blue sleeves, white shorts, and sky blue socks. Their traditional club badge is of a rampant lion. The club is now owned by the NSWE Group, a company owned by Egyptian billionaire Nassef Sawiris and American billionaire Wes Edens.

Aston Villa Football Club was founded in March 1874 by members of Villa Cross Wesleyan Chapel in Handsworth, now part of Birmingham. The four founders of Aston Villa FC were Jack Hughes, Frederick Matthews, Walter Price and William Scattergood who were members of the chapel cricket team and were looking for a way to keep fit during the winter. Due to the lack of local football teams, Aston Villa's first game was against the local Aston Brook St Mary's Rugby team. The match stipulation was that the Villa side had to agree to play the first half under rugby rules and the second half under association rules, Aston Villa FC won their first leg 1–0.

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Bournemouth v Aston Villa 06 Aug 2022 15:00Vitality Stadium
Aston Villa v Everton 13 Aug 2022 12:30Villa Park
Crystal Palace v Aston Villa 20 Aug 2022 15:00Selhurst Park
Aston Villa v West Ham 28 Aug 2022 14:00Villa Park
Arsenal v Aston Villa 31 Aug 2022 19:30Emirates Stadium
Aston Villa v Man City 03 Sep 2022 17:30Villa Park
Leicester v Aston Villa 10 Sep 2022 15:00King Power Stadium
Aston Villa v Southampton 16 Sep 2022 20:00Villa Park
Leeds v Aston Villa 02 Oct 2022 14:00Elland Road
Nottingham v Aston Villa 10 Oct 2022 20:00The City Ground
Aston Villa v Chelsea 16 Oct 2022 14:00Villa Park
Fulham v Aston Villa 20 Oct 2022 19:30Craven Cottage
Aston Villa v Brentford 23 Oct 2022 14:00Villa Park
Newcastle v Aston Villa 29 Oct 2022 15:00St. James' Park
Aston Villa v Man Utd 05 Nov 2022 15:00Villa Park
Brighton v Aston Villa 12 Nov 2022 15:00Amex Stadium
Aston Villa v Liverpool 26 Dec 2022 15:00Villa Park
Spurs v Aston Villa 31 Dec 2022 15:00Hotspur Stadium
Aston Villa v Wolves 02 Jan 2023 15:00Villa Park
Aston Villa v Leeds 14 Jan 2023 15:00Villa Park
Southampton v Aston Villa 21 Jan 2023 15:00St. Mary's Stadium
Aston Villa v Leicester 04 Feb 2023 15:00Villa Park
Man City v Aston Villa 11 Feb 2023 15:00Etihad Stadium
Aston Villa v Arsenal 18 Feb 2023 15:00Villa Park
Everton v Aston Villa 25 Feb 2023 15:00Goodison Park
Aston Villa v Crystal Palace 04 Mar 2023 15:00Villa Park
West Ham v Aston Villa 11 Mar 2023 15:00London Stadium
Aston Villa v Bournemouth 18 Mar 2023 15:00Villa Park
Chelsea v Aston Villa 01 Apr 2023 15:00Stamford Bridge
Aston Villa v Nottingham 08 Apr 2023 15:00Villa Park
Aston Villa v Newcastle 15 Apr 2023 15:00Villa Park
Brentford v Aston Villa 22 Apr 2023 15:00Brentford Stadium
Aston Villa v Fulham 25 Apr 2023 20:00Villa Park
Man Utd v Aston Villa 29 Apr 2023 15:00Old Trafford
Wolves v Aston Villa 06 May 2023 15:00Molineux Stadium
Aston Villa v Spurs 13 May 2023 15:00Villa Park
Liverpool v Aston Villa 20 May 2023 15:00Anfield
Aston Villa v Brighton 28 May 2023 16:00Villa Park

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In 1992, Villa were a founding member of the Premier League and one of three clubs to have founded the Football League and Premier League in 1888, along with Blackburn Rovers and Everton. Under charismatic manager Ron Atkinson, Villa finished second behind United in his debut season. His side won the League Cup in 1994, beating Manchester United 3-1 in the final with goals from Dalian Atkinson and Dean Saunders, but the team struggled in the league when Atkinson was replaced by ex-Villa striker Brian Little in November 1994. Little formed. a young squad that included Gareth Southgate, Steve Staunton, Ian Little, the likes of Taylor and Dwight Yorke led the club to a 3-0 win over Leeds United at Wembley in 1996 to win the League Cup for the fifth time. Villa finished fourth in the league that season and fifth the following season.

In February 1998, Doug Ellis sacked Brian Little after his form slumped and replaced him with another former Villa player, John Gregory. His first game was the UEFA Cup quarter-final against Atletico Madrid, which Villa lost over two legs. Villa star Dwight Yorke told Gregory in the summer of 1998 that he wanted to leave the club, after which Gregory said he would "shoot Yorke if there was a gun in the office". In August 1998, he moved to Manchester United for £12.6 million. Gregory finished in the top eight four times in the league and led the club to the FA Cup final in 2000, featuring David James, Dion Dublin, Paul Merson and Gareth Barry, but failed to make the team. A team that was able to fight for a place in the Champions League. At the end of the season, Villa captain Gareth Southgate handed in a transfer request, claiming "if I want to achieve anything in my career, it's time to move on." Frustrated with Gregory's lack of investment in the team, he publicly accused chairman Doug Ellis of being a "time blocker"; their relationship was strained until Gregory resigned in January 2002.

Graham Taylor was named by Ellis for the second time in February 2002 and was replaced by David O'Leary in June 2003 at 16th in the league. After finishing sixth in his first season, Villa slipped to 10th and 16th under O'Leary, which eventually led to his departure in the summer of 2006.

Aston Villa's current home is Villa Park; the team previously played at Aston Park (1874–76) and Wellington Road (1876–97). Villa Park is the largest football stadium in the Midlands and the eighth largest stadium in England. It has hosted 16 England internationals, first in 1899 and last in 2005. This makes it the first British stadium to host international football matches in three different centuries. Villa Park is the most used stadium in FA Cup semi-final history, hosting 55 semi-finals. In 2022, the club announced plans to refurbish parts of the North Stand and Sanyi Road with a maximum capacity of over 50,000.

The current training ground is on Bodymoor Heath near Kingsbury in north Warwickshire, bought from local farmers in the early 1970s by former chairman Doug Ellis. Although Bodymoor Heath was state-of-the-art in the 1970s, by the late 1990s the premises were beginning to look dated. In November 2005, Ellis and Aston Villa plc announced a £13 million redevelopment of Bodymoor in two phases. The new training ground was officially opened on 6 May 2007 when Aston Villa played in the 2007–08 season. The 2010 season featured then manager Martin O'Neill, team captain Gareth Barry and 1982 European Cup winner Denis Mortimer.

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