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Nearest train station to Villa Park

Trains to Villa Park

The closest station to Villa Park is Witton, about five minutes' walk from the stadium. Witton is on the Birmingham to Walsall line, and there are regular services between Wolverhampton and Walsall via Birmingham New Street. The journey time between Birmingham New Street and Witton is nine minutes. Closer to the city centre, but a little further from the stadium, Aston station is fifteen minutes' walk away and also popular with Villa fans on match days.

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About Villa Park

Villa Park is one of England's most historic football stadiums. It has been home to Birmingham's Aston Villa FC for over a hundred years, and it has also hosted more FA Cup Semi-Finals than any other ground, thanks to its location in the centre of the country. It has also been the venue for England internationals, European finals, rugby matches, rock concerts and religious gatherings.

Aston Villa FC is one of the oldest clubs in the country. It was founded in 1874, and was a member of the first professional Football League in 1888, as well as the new Premier League in 1992. The team has been decorated at domestic level many times, and won the European Cup in 1982 - at time of writing it remains one of only five English clubs to win that competition. High-profile games aside, Villa Park doesn't tend to sell out for home matches. Tickets bought through the club cost between £20 and £45.

Outside of match days, tours of the stadium are available at 10.30am, 1pm and 3pm from Monday to Saturday, and 10.30am and 1pm on Sundays. The tour includes the dressing rooms, the tunnel and the pitch, the post-match interview room and the trophy display.

Villa Park Details


Trinity Rd
B6 6HE

0800 6120 970

Opening times

Tours run from 10:30 to 15:00.

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