The star performers
The start was frantic, but Dean Smith’s side finished the Championship season on an impressive note. It certainly would not be an overstatement to say that the club’s attacking lines revolve around youngsters. The likes of Tammy Abrahams (21), John McGinn(24), and Anwar El Ghazi (24) decimated the oppositions’ defence lines quite frequently. Abrahams scored 26 Championship goals whereas McGinn and El Ghazi returned with seven, and six goals respectively. Furthermore, the Abrahams-McGinn-El Ghazi axis provides viewers and fans with a sneak-peek into the club’s future.
Tammy Abrahams: The wonderkid
The 21-year-old lad from Camberwell created ripples in the world of football. A product of Chelsea FC’s youth academy, Maurizio Sarri loaned him out to Aston Villa in August 2018.
He has had the time of his life with Aston Villa. Looking at his on-field exploits, it certainly won’t be wrong to say that he has all the ingredients to become the ‘next big thing in English football’. According to reports, Aston Villa had offered Chelsea a sum of £25m in order to permanently sign loan star Tammy Abraham.
The ground has been the club’s home ground since 1897. All of Aston Villa’s home fixtures
are played here. The iconic Villa Park in Birmingham comes with a special distinction. The stadium has hosted international matches over 3 different centuries. The first international took place in 1899. The club also hosted the FA Cup semi-finals regularly before the fixture was moved to the Wembley Arena. The action never stops at Villa Park. The venue has hosted some of the biggest concerts in Birmingham. The likes of Bruce Springsteen, Take That, Duran Duran, and Bon Jovi have performed at this iconic venue.
Back in 2015, a couple of Rugby World Cup fixtures (group stage ) were staged at the venue.
How to get to Villa Park on a matchday?
You can make your way to Villa Park in your car. If you are searching for Villa Park as a reference point using GPS, then you can use the following postcode: B6 6HE.
A handy tip during matchdays:
Do not type the stadium’s address while searching for the route on the GPS unless the stadium’s car parks are accessible.
There are a couple of bus routes servicing the Villa Park area. These are Number 7 and Number 11. Additionally, you can use services 65 and 67 to get within walking distance of Villa Park. It is advisable to check the timetables beforehand to get a hold of the latest updates.
Furthermore, the club runs a Villa Special bus service from Tamworth on matchdays during the weekend.
The upcoming season
After spending three seasons in the Championship, the Villans have finally been able to secure a berth in the Premier League. They’ll be playing against some of the biggest names in the world of English football.
The upcoming season of the Premier League promises a lot of excitement and thrill. Aston would be looking to pull off a few upsets against the ‘big boys’ of English football. It’s time to get your Aston Villa tickets
booked. All of Aston Villa’s home games
guarantee a lot of fun and excitement. It’s your chance to see your favourite footballers in action while sitting in the stadium.
From where to get the tickets booked?
You can go on ticflip.com to get your match tickets booked. Here, you will find Aston Villa away tickets
as well.Usually, Aston Villa ticket prices
depend on the ‘quality’ of the fixture. Yes, you heard that right. For instance, if Aston is hosting Chelsea for a Premier League fixture, then it is quite obvious for the ticket prices to soar.
Getting your tickets booked using Ticflip isn’t difficult at all. Here are the steps you need to follow in order to get your tickets booked.
- Go online and select the match you want to attend
- Select the ticket price as per your convenience
- Select the stand (seating area) you’d like to sit in during the game
- Choose the number of tickets you’d like to buy
- Click on the green 'Buy' button
- Add your personal details to complete the order
- Do not forget to crosscheck the information you have filled
- Make payment
See you at the stadium, folks!