Aston Villa are a football club who play in the Premier League and they play their home games at Villa Park, Birmingham. Nicknamed 'Villa', Aston Villa wear claret and sky blue shirts which are manufactured by Macron who took over from Nike for the 2012-13 season. Their shirts are sponsored by Dafabet who replaced Genting Casinos for the 2013-14 season. The away shirt is white with claret pinstripes.
Aston Villa wear a distinctive claret and sky blue top, due to the Villas early success as a football club West Ham and Burnley went on to adopt these colours for their teams kit. It is said that the colours were chosen because they reflected the clubs attitude to drinking red wine whilst admiring the sky behind the glass.
Aston Villa look to bounce straight back into the Premier League with 2016/17 preparations in full flow by the club unveiling their all-new home and away shirts. After the club's disappointing performance last term, seeing the historic English club relegated into the Championship, Villa waste [...]
The historic English club of Aston Villa modernise their team crest ready for the 2016/17 season. With Villa's current Premier League campaign proving the worst in their history, which will most likely see the Midlands club relegated into the Championship, renowned artist Christopher Wormell give [...]
Premier League outfit Aston Villa are set to become the latest club to sign Under Armour as kit manufacturers. With recent rumours proposing that Premier League counterparts Southampton are due to sign the American mega brand, struggling club Aston Villa will reportedly follow-suit in a highly pr [...]
Members of the Villa Cross Wesleyan Chapel in Aston, Birmingham, formed Aston Villa in 1874. The Aston Villa cricket team were looking for a way to stay fit during the winter months and decided to adopt the new sport of football. The Villa play their home games at Villa Park, Trinity Road, Birmingham.
The club record for a signing was £9.5 million to River Plate (Argentina) for Juan Pablo Angel who pulled on the Villa strip in January 2001. The claret and blues highest transfer fee earned was £12.6 million, when Dwight Yorke went to Manchester United in August 1998.