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Villa Park
(earlier called Aston Lower Grounds)
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Full name Villa Park
Owners Aston Villa Football Club
Location Birmingham, England
Opened 1897
Tenants Aston Villa (1897–present)
Capacity 43.300
Field dimensions 105 × 68 metres

(344 × 226 feet)

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Aston Villa FC
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History: Seasons

2017-18 EFL Championship Stadiums

Ashton Gate (Bristol City) · Bramall Lane (Sheffield United) · Cardiff City Stadium (Cardiff City) · Carrow Road (Norwich City) · City Ground (Nottingham Forest) · Craven Cottage (Fulham) · Deepdale (Preston North End) · Elland Road (Leeds United) · Griffin Park (Brentford) · Hillsborough (Sheffield Wednesday) · KCOM Stadium (Hull City) · Loftus Road (Queens Park Rangers) · Macron Stadium (Bolton Wanderers) · Madejski Stadium (Reading) · Molineux Stadium (Wolverhampton) · Oakwell (Barnsley) · Pirelli Stadium (Burton Albion) · Portman Road (Ipswich Town) · Pride Park (Derby County) · Riverside Stadium (Middlesbrough) · St Andrew's (Birmingham City) · Stadium of Light (Sunderland) · The Den (Millwall) · Villa Park (Aston Villa)

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England England
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UEFA Cup Winners' Cup final stadiums

1961: Ibrox Park & Communale Stadium · 1962: Hampden Park & Neckarstadion · 1963: De Kuip · 1964: Heysel Stadium & Bosuil Stadium · 1965: Wembley Stadium · 1966: Hampden Park · 1967: Frankenstadion · 1968: De Kuip · 1969: St. Jakob Stadium · 1970: Prater Stadium · 1971: Karaiskakis Stadium · 1972: Camp Nou · 1973: Kaftanzoglio Stadium · 1974: De Kuip · 1975: St. Jakob Stadium · 1976: Heysel Stadium · 1977: Olympisch Stadion · 1978: Parc des Princes · 1979: St. Jakob Stadium · 1980: Heysel Stadium · 1981: Rheinstadion · 1982: Camp Nou · 1983: Nya Ullevi · 1984: St. Jakob Stadium · 1985: De Kuip · 1986: Stade de Gerland · 1987: Spiros Louis Stadium · 1988: Stade de la Meinau · 1989: Wankdorf Stadium · 1990: Nya Ullevi · 1991: De Kuip · 1992: Estádio da Luz · 1993: Wembley Stadium · 1994: Parken Stadium · 1995: Parc des Princes · 1996: King Baudouin Stadium · 1997: De Kuip · 1998: Råsunda Stadium · 1999: Villa Park

1966 FIFA World Cup stadiums

Ayresome Park · Goodison Park · Hillsborough Stadium · Old Trafford · Roker Park · Villa Park · Wembley · White City Stadium

UEFA Euro 1996 stadiums

Anfield · City Ground · Elland Road · Hillsborough Stadium · Old Trafford · St James' Park · Villa Park · Wembley Stadium

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Flag of Denmark.gif Denmark: Parken Stadium
Flag of France.png France: Parc des Princes · Stade Gerland
Flag of Spain.png Spain: Estadi Cornellà-El Prat · Estadio Manuel Martínez Valero
England.png England: Anfield · City of Manchester Stadium · St Mary's Stadium · Villa Park
Netherlands.png Netherlands: Philips Stadion · GelreDome
Flag of Sweden Good one.jpg Sweden: Råsunda Stadium · Ullevi Stadium
Switzerland.png Switzerland: St. Jakob-Park
Flag of Turkey.png Turkey: Kadir Has Stadium
Flag of Greece.svg.png Greece: Karaiskákis Stadium
Flag of Portugal.png Portugal: Estádio do Bessa · Estádio Algarve · Estádio Municipal de Aveiro · Estádio Municipal de Braga

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