Experience the epitome of luxury with the Lions' Restaurant hospitality package at Aston Villa. Arrive at Trinity Reception 3.5 to 3 hours before kick-off and enjoy exclusive pre-match access to the restaurant. After the final whistle, continue the celebration with post-match access for up to 1.5 hours.
Indulge in a canapé and Champagne reception before settling at your private reserved table for a tantalising 7-course tasting menu with wine pairing. A complimentary bar, featuring Champagne, adds to the opulence of the experience.
Engage with former players during a Q&A session led by a knowledgeable MC. Choose between centrally located padded seating or padded balcony seating (subject to availability) for optimal views of the game. During half-time, savour a cup of coffee and take home a matchday programme and lanyard as a memento.
The Lions' Restaurant hospitality package offers an incomparable matchday experience that blends exceptional cuisine, exclusive access, and impeccable service.
Enjoy a luxury matchday experience at Villa Park with the Directors Package. Feel like a true VIP with a premium padded match seat in the Trinity Road Stand lower tier and a swanky Champagne reception. Indulge in a tantalising 5-course a-la-carte meal and enjoy a complimentary bar (excluding Champagne) and seating at private tables (subject to availability). The meal will be served at your leisure up to an hour before kick-off, and hospitality will close 1.5 hours after the final whistle.
Take in the game from an unbeatable viewpoint - seats together in the Trinity Stand lower tier near the halfway line. Don't miss the opportunity for a special Q&A session with a former player, hosted by an MC. Treat yourself to a half-time Chef's selection along with cocktails, tea, and coffee served fresh. Choose to remember your experience with a matchday program and enjoy reserved parking (1 per 4). While all guests are welcome, it's important to bear in mind that tickets are located in home supporters' areas.
Please note, that due to TV scheduling, fixture dates and times may change. Tickets cannot be refunded or canceled in case of any such changes.
Hospitality tickets and packages for Aston Villa’s 2023/24 fixtures start from £399 per person + VAT.
Please be aware that Seat Unique operates as a live marketplace, where premium ticket and hospitality package prices may vary based on supply and demand. Prices can also differ by fixture and package type.
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Since bringing in Europa League-winning manager and former Arsenal boss Unai Emery, Aston Villa have been on an upward trajectory, finishing the 2022/23 season in 7th.
With the fine form continuing into the 2023/24 season, it promises to be exciting journey. Star players such as World Cup winner Emi Martinez, record signing Moussa Diaby, and captain John McGinn are joined by many more international stars who are looking to solidify the club as one of England’s elite, competing domestically and in Europe for silverware.
Aston Villa Football Club, also known as ‘The Villa’ or ‘The Villans,’ is one of the oldest and most successful football clubs in England. Founded in 1874, the club has a rich history that includes seven First Division titles, seven FA Cup trophies, five League Cups, and a European Cup victory.
Villa are one of the 12 teams involved in the foundation of the English Football League in 1888, with one of the club’s directors, William McGregor, being the founder of it.
The early years of Aston Villa saw the club win four FA Cup titles in six years, including a 2-0 victory over West Brom in a high-stakes version of the West Midlands derby in 1887. The club's first league title came in 1894, and they went on to win six more, the last being in 1980/81.
During this time, Aston Villa established itself as one of the dominant forces in English football, with legendary players such as Billy Walker, Pongo Waring, and Peter McParland leading the way.
Perhaps the most famous moment in Aston Villa's history came in 1982 when they won the European Cup (now known as the UEFA Champions League) by beating Bayern Munich 1-0 in the final.
The team, led by manager Ron Saunders and captain Dennis Mortimer, featured iconic players such as Peter Withe, Gary Shaw, and Tony Morley. The victory cemented Aston Villa's place in footballing history and remains one of the greatest achievements in the club's history.
In recent years, Aston Villa has faced ups and downs on the pitch. After suffering relegation to the Championship in 2016, the club bounced back to the Premier League in 2019 and has since been on the rise.
Off the pitch, Aston Villa has a strong fan base and a close relationship with the local community. The club's home ground, Villa Park, is one of the most iconic stadiums in English football and has hosted numerous international matches and cup finals over the years.
Total major trophies won: 25
Champions League titles: 1
Biggest win: 13-0 vs Wednesbury Old Athletic (FA Cup first round, 1886)
Highest home attendance: 76,588 (vs Derby County, FA Cup sixth round, 1946)
Most appearances: Charlie Aitken - 657
Youngest first-team player: Jimmy Brown - 15 years and 349 days
Oldest first-team player: Brad Friedel - 40 years and 4 days
All-time top scorer: Billy Walker - 244
Most goals in a season: Tom Waring - 50
Villa Park has been the home of Aston Villa since 1897 and is one of the most iconic and historic stadiums in English football. It has a capacity of 42,682, making it the 10th largest football stadium in England.
The stadium is split into four stands; Holte End (south stand), Trinity Road Stand (west stand), Doug Ellis Stand (east stand), and the North Stand. Each stand has two tiers, except for the Trinity Road Stand, which has three.
In addition to hosting Aston Villa's home matches, Villa Park has also hosted numerous international matches and cup finals over the years, including the 2012 Community Shield as the usual venue was being used for the summer Olympic football tournament.
Villa Park has a reputation for being one of the best stadiums in the country for atmosphere and is often cited as a favourite among fans and players alike.
The matchup with Birmingham is known as the Second City Derby, and the two sides consider each other to be their arch-rivals, despite not currently competing in the same league.
Their all-time head-to-head sees Aston Villa most dominant with 57 wins to Birmingham’s 38 and 3 draws from their 127 meetings.
However, historically Aston Villa’s biggest rivalry is with West Brom, a view that the fans share as well. The two sides have competed in multiple cup finals against one another, including when Aston Villa won their first FA Cup over them in 1887.
Aston Villa and West Brom have competed 147 times; Villa is in the lead with 69 wins, West Brom has 47 and there have been 31 draws. Despite Villa having more wins, West Brom holds the biggest win with a 7-0 victory at Villa Park in 1935.
Wolverhampton is a lesser rival of Villa, however, it is the one they have competed with the most in recent years as both sides are in the Premier League.
What is the address of Villa Park?
The address for Villa Park is Villa Park, Trinity Rd, Birmingham B6 6HE.
What is the dress code for Aston Villa hospitality?
The dress code for all Aston Villa hospitality is smart/ smart casual. This means jeans with rips, tracksuits, shorts, trainers, and open-toe shoes are not permitted.
For the top-level hospitality, even home team kits are not allowed. Strictly no away team colours are allowed in any hospitality.
Away fans are allowed to purchase premium hospitality packages, however, they are not allowed to sport their teams' colours and must respect the fact they are in home territory.
How hard is it to get Aston Villa tickets?
Aston Villa tickets can be hard to get. The first release of tickets is for fan club members. Only after that sales period is over will any tickets that are left over will be released for general sale.
You can skip that process by going for premium Aston Villa hospitality & VIP tickets, providing you with a place at the game and a luxury experience.
When do Aston Villa tickets go on sale?
Aston Villa football tickets for the 2023/2024 season are currently on sale.