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How to buy Aston Villa tickets: Prices, membership, essential guide to cheap Premier League tickets 2023/24

Aston Villa are enjoying a period of resurgence under Unai Emery, including a return to European football this season at Villa Park.

Confidence and enthusiasm are in plentiful supply and it is clear to see why, following the last campaign. The Spanish coach turned around the fortunes of the team on the pitch, from relegation contenders to high flyers at the top end of the table with the reward of qualifying for the Europa Conference League.

Aston Villa tickets are in demand at present and you can enjoy a piece of the action. Here is all the information you need on how to see Premier League action at Villa Park.

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Aston Villa tickets & prices at Villa Park

Aston Villa season tickets: Pricing, availability

Aston Villa announced that there would be an increase of 15% across the majority of their adult season ticket offering when renewals were launched, toward the end of last season.

This decision came as part of a benchmarking exercise when the club found that their prices were amongst some of the lowest in the Premier League, and they felt that should change. The upturn on the pitch was the catalyst for making changes to increase revenues to help Emery's side compete with the best on the pitch.

An Aston Villa season ticket ensures entry for every Premier League game and guarantees priority for all other cup and European games to be played at home, although up until this season, home cup games were included.

This benefit has now been removed.

Zone 1 season tickets for adults cost around £751 through to Zone 4 with a price point of £531.

At this stage, season tickets are no longer on sale but you can still secure Aston Villa tickets for some of the top Premier League fixtures in the months ahead.

Aston Villa matchday tickets and single-match tickets: Pricing, availability

Premier League tickets tend to be hard to obtain but the good news is that you can buy single-match tickets for Aston Villa, depending on availability.

For single-game tickets, which are available on ‘General Sale', all that you need to do is register on the ticketing website, which will only take a couple of minutes to complete before your purchase can be confirmed.

Aston Villa ticket prices at Villa Park

For Premier League games in the 2023/24 season, the pricing is set according to the fixture category, which is A or B for Villa.

The club said that due to requests from supporters, they simplified this process with all Premier League opponents being put into one of the groupings, with the appropriate price to match.

Category A – Arsenal, Newcastle United, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, Wolves, Chelsea, Liverpool.

Category B – Everton, Crystal Palace, Brighton, West Ham, Luton, Fulham, Manchester City, Sheffield United, Burnley, Nottingham Forest, Brentford, Bournemouth.

The areas in the stadium are further designated from Zone 1-4 with the following adult price bands. Concessions are made available for Over 66s/Under 22s, Armed Forces, Under 18s, Under 14s.

Adult – Category A

Zone 1 – £68
Zone 2 – £63
Zone 3 – £58.50
Zone 4 – £48

Adult – Category B

Zone 1 – £51
Zone 2 – £45.50
Zone 3 – £42
Zone 4 – £40.50

Ticket prices will vary for different competitions at different stages of the season, so it is always advisable to check the club website for the latest information.

You will likely be able to grab a bargain for the early rounds of the FA or Carabao Cup, whilst the latter stages of the Europa Conference League will come at a higher price point.

Aston Villa seating plan at Villa Park

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credit – official club website.

Do I need a membership to buy Aston Villa tickets?

No membership is required to buy Aston Villa tickets on general sale, but it will place you higher up the queue.

If you want to have a better chance for the bigger games, including Europe, discounts and incentives, then you will need to join the club membership scheme.

Anyone can join, and memberships are available at the time of writing for the current 2023/24 season.

How to get an Aston Villa membership

The Claret Membership scheme is available online.

The full adult price is £40.00, although Claret Lite is £30.00 and designed for season ticket holders who already enjoy certain privileges, with benefits such as ticketing priority, discounts, a welcome pack and gift as well as other digital features.

Aston Villa hospitality tickets 

Aston Villa offers an extensive range of hospitality options for those who like to enjoy their football in a more refined, comfortable manner.

The Birmingham club has introduced some new experiences for those in the stands as well as executive customers in recent times, including The Lower Grounds and The Terrace View.

Elsewhere, from individual private boxes to fine dining, restaurants and sports bars, Villa will have you covered for that special occasion or if you are looking for a permanent arrangement.

These areas are in high demand, but some availability does open up during the season.

Villa's hospitality areas include the Directors’ Club, the 82 Restaurant, and the Lions’ Restaurant, as well as the Doug Ellis Boxes and the Gas Lamp boxes at the top end of the hospitality scale.

Other offerings include the 82 Lounge, McGregors Lounge and the Heineken Lounge.


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Aston Villa tickets FAQs

How to get to Villa Park at Aston Villa

It is advisable to use public transport on your journey to support Aston Villa.

The two nearest train stations to Villa Park are Witton and Aston.

Aston Station 

Route end-to-end destination: Lichfield Trent Valley to Longbridge / Redditch via Birmingham New Street.

Aston Station is approximately 15 minutes on foot from Villa Park.

Witton Station

Route end-to-end destination: Walsall to Birmingham New Street.

Witton Station is approximately five minutes on foot from Villa Park.

How can I get Aston Villa away tickets?

Aston Villa away tickets, as with all Premier League clubs, are difficult to obtain and are not freely available.

Tickets are offered, with priority given to season ticket holders who regularly attend away matches, and then to other season ticket holders and members before a possible general sale, subject to availability.

The number of tickets available depends on the size of the opposition stadium with Premier League regulations stating that away clubs should receive a minimum of 3,000 tickets unless the capacity is less than 30,000, in which case the home club must allocate at least 10% of that figure.

An alternative exists, with ‘touts' on the streets at the stadium in what is effectively a black market, as well as resale sites online. Some of these are more reputable than others, you will often pay well over face value and you should always be alert for scammers.

How can I get cheap Aston Villa tickets?

The key to securing cheaper Aston Villa tickets is to purchase as early as possible. Aston Villa tickets will always be cheaper for members, or for lesser games in the FA Cup or Carabao Cup.

Zone 4 at Villa Park is the cheapest Aston Villa tickets.

Can I do a stadium tour of the Villa Park?

Yes, tours are available at Villa Park.

The official information on the club website invites fans to ‘step behind the scenes, soak up the atmosphere and walk in the footsteps of your Villa heroes in an unforgettable all-access Villa Park experience.'

A positive, worthwhile visit is recommended, led by an enthusiastic guide with regular tours organised.

The adult price is £20 whilst the Under 14s price is £15.

How to watch Aston Villa at home

For football fans unable to buy Aston Villa tickets or to travel to Birmingham to see the team in live action, you can settle for watching the Villa on television from the comfort of your home.

To watch Premier League games, you will need to have a subscription to Sky Sports as well as TNT Sports, whilst Amazon Prime TV has a couple of full fixture rounds, around the turn of the year.

Sky also shows Carabao Cup action, with the FA Cup TV rights held jointly by the BBC and ITV.

Villa's European adventure in the Europa Conference League can be followed on TNT Sports.

Graeme Hanna

A long-term Rangers season-ticket holder and switched-on football writer with a passion for fan culture, Graeme Hanna is a freelance writer who has featured in titles such as The Rangers Review, Glasgow Evening News and Give Me Sport, as well as having a long association with Follow Follow fanzine. He joined Football Ground Guide in September 2023 and stated that Juan Roman Riquelme is the best opposition player that he has seen at Ibrox. Graeme experienced a 36 hour supporters bus journey from Glasgow to Florence for the 2008 UEFA Cup semi-final and has attended games in several European counties with a particular interest in German fan culture.

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