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Local Derby On Saturday - Get Down And Support?!

Our team are the only team in the Premier League still unbeaten this YEAR, unless I am very much mistaken. They have taken us to one final and we are on our way to another (hopefully!) + sitting fairly pretty with a game in hand.

We all want top players signed and success. Surely those that can should be there backing the team on Saturday to roar them on to another victory in yet another MUST win game?

Tickets start at just 19. Lets fill the place and make a racket?

The Bells Are Ringing... be there to help them chime even louder?! (Collective groan?!)

VILLA v Wolves Saturday March 20 - 12.45pm

Prices: 19 to 43 (adults) 15 to 43 (under 16s) 20 to 43 (young adults and students) 17 to 43 (over 65s)

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Other tickets:

The closing stages of the season promise to provide some thrilling action as Villa bid for a fantastic finish - and we have come up with an exciting ticket offer. Anyone purchasing one of our 'final five' packages will virtually save the price of one ticket for the Barclays Premier League run-in, which features home games against Sunderland, Wolves, Everton, Birmingham City and Blackburn Rovers.

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Individual Ticket Info:

Rescheduled: Villa v Sunderland: Wed March 24 - ko ko 7.45pm

Special Deal 2 for 20 in Holte Lower Wings - one adult and one junior (under-16)
Prices: 19 to 38 (adults) 12 to 38 (under 16s) 26 to 38 (young adults and students) 15 to 38 (over 65s)

Sale Dates: On general sale - maximum six seats per booking

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Chelsea v VILLA Saturday March 27 - 3pm
Stamford Bridge
Allocation: 1,522 (initial)

Prices: Upper Tier - 48 (adults), 20 (over-65s), 20 (under-16s), Lower Tier - 45 (adults), 20 (over-65s), 20 (under-16s),
(Wheelchair Tickets Available on advice from Aston Villa Consumer Sales Department - call 0800 612 0970)

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Bolton v Villa Saturday April 3 - ko 3pm
Reebok Stadium
Allocation: 3,700

Prices
Upper Tier: 31 (for adults) 21 (over 65s & under 21s) 11 (under 18s)
Lower Tier: 23 for adults 17 (over 65s & under 21s) 11 (under 18s)

Sale Dates:
On sale to all season card holders who have been to five or more away fixtures in the 2009-10 season *
Thursday March 11: On sale to all season card holders who have been to three or more away fixtures in the 2009-10 season *
Tuesday March 16: On sale to all season card holders*
Tuesday March 23: On sale to all supporters with away booking history*
Friday March 26: On sale to all supporters with a booking history with AVFC*

*Strictly one ticket per client reference

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VILLA v Everton TO BE RESCHEDULED (details: Click Here)

Prices: 19 to 40 (adults) 15 to 40 (under 16s) 20 to 40 (young adults and students) 17 to 40 (over 65s)

Sale Dates:
On sale to season card holders to buy additional seats - maximum six seats per booking
Thursday March 11: On sale to supporters who have a five game booking history in the 2009-10 season only - maximum six seats per booking
Tuesday March 16: On sale to supporters who have a three game booking history in the 2009-10 season only - maximum six seats per booking
Tuesday March 23: On sale to supporters who have a booking history with AVFC -maximum six seats per booking

Full info: Click Here

TICKET OFFICE INFORMATION

Villa Village, Villa Park, B6 6HE
Mon to Fri 9.00am - 6.00pm
Sat 9.00am - 5.00pm
Sun Closed - But Online Ticket Office Open
Matchday 9.00am - Kick-Off

Match day kiosks operate from the Holte End and Trinity Road Stand and open approximately two-and-a-half hours prior to kick-off.

Buying online guide: Click Here

BOOKING TICKETS

Home Games
In person at Villa Village.
By telephone 0800 612 0970*
By post to the Villa Village address enclosing the correct remittance or quoting a valid credit card no. and expiry date.
By fax 0800 612 0977* with credit card details as above.
* Please note that booking fees apply to these services.
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Away Games
In person At Villa Village.
By telephone 0800 612 0970*
PLEASE NOTE: Season Ticket holders are entitled to purchase one away ticket per Season Ticket book.
* Please note that booking fees apply to these services.
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The Journalist

Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday March 17 2010

Time: 6:50PM

Your Comments

on tv. SO WHAT? can't beat being down at Villa Park.
The Fear
on tv. SO WHAT? can't beat being down at Villa Park.
The Fear
> "Our team are the only team in the Premier League still unbeaten this season, unless I am very much mistaken." I think you're mistaken. ;o)
IanSymes
I think we are the only unbeaten side this calendar year so far.
DoLpHiNaToR
I think we are the only unbeaten side this calendar year so far.
DoLpHiNaToR
Holte End Upper, 6 of Us, Also at wigan game, not been a bad week, hopefully another win! not keen on 2 1/h journy each way thow :L UTV
Tr1dent
Holte End Upper, 6 of Us, Also at wigan game, not been a bad week, hopefully another win! not keen on 2 1/h journy each way thow :L UTV
Tr1dent
We are the only team not to lose in the League =]
Blitz
This year^
Blitz
This year^
Blitz
I find it interesting that we are challenging for the Champions League spaces, are unbeaten in the league this decade, have been to one final with hopefully another on the way. We are a predominantly young English team that play with two wide men and 5 attacking players on the pitch. Our top scorer is a local lad who supports the club and we have the best defence in the country. We are playing against a reasonably local team, although I never class Wolves as a derby fixture (they are 16 miles from us in a different city). We have great owners and the ticket pricing is as good as most clubs in the league. Apparently the club could have sold 3 x times as many tickets for the Wemley final, so money isn't the issue (if you could have afforded Wembley and all the travel then you can afford a season ticket). Even taking in to account those who can not afford to go to this game, are on holiday, are working, or live in another country, why isn't this game sold out???? Are we simply not big enough? Do we have too many gloryhunters? Don't we care? Or as one previous manager asked 'are we simply too fickle'? Answers on a postcard to AVFC Marketing Department please. They have tried everything to ensure Villa Park is packed to the rafters, but have always said the biggest obstacle is on pitch success. Well we have on pitch success and it still isn't packed to the rafters. If you are still reading this and can afford to go to the game, but have decided you would rather be playing golf, shopping with the missus and kids, watching it in the pub and putting the money into the local brewery instead of the club, then you are not a Villa fan. Please never claim to be a Villa fan and please do not darken our doorstep again whilst begging for Wembley tickets to watch the club that you plainly do not support. Villa Park is the place for Villa supporters. Wembley is the place for Villa supporters who go to Villa Park. If you are neither then go and support Manure.
voiceoftheholte
I find it interesting that we are challenging for the Champions League spaces, are unbeaten in the league this decade, have been to one final with hopefully another on the way. We are a predominantly young English team that play with two wide men and 5 attacking players on the pitch. Our top scorer is a local lad who supports the club and we have the best defence in the country. We are playing against a reasonably local team, although I never class Wolves as a derby fixture (they are 16 miles from us in a different city). We have great owners and the ticket pricing is as good as most clubs in the league. Apparently the club could have sold 3 x times as many tickets for the Wemley final, so money isn't the issue (if you could have afforded Wembley and all the travel then you can afford a season ticket). Even taking in to account those who can not afford to go to this game, are on holiday, are working, or live in another country, why isn't this game sold out???? Are we simply not big enough? Do we have too many gloryhunters? Don't we care? Or as one previous manager asked 'are we simply too fickle'? Answers on a postcard to AVFC Marketing Department please. They have tried everything to ensure Villa Park is packed to the rafters, but have always said the biggest obstacle is on pitch success. Well we have on pitch success and it still isn't packed to the rafters. If you are still reading this and can afford to go to the game, but have decided you would rather be playing golf, shopping with the missus and kids, watching it in the pub and putting the money into the local brewery instead of the club, then you are not a Villa fan. Please never claim to be a Villa fan and please do not darken our doorstep again whilst begging for Wembley tickets to watch the club that you plainly do not support. Villa Park is the place for Villa supporters. Wembley is the place for Villa supporters who go to Villa Park. If you are neither then go and support Manure.
voiceoftheholte
meant this year... feck! lol
The Fear
meant this year... feck! lol
The Fear
just to clarify for those who (like I used to) mistake voiceoftheholte, he means those that can make it, not those doing shifts, unemployed and struggling, family commitments etc etc.
The Fear
The relentless campaign to attract less fans to Villa Park continues. 20% of the gate every week is full of people who fit your description, and don't go to every game. If Villa could sell out every game then that would be fantastic, but to tell fans not to bother darkening the door again is a request for a regular Villa gate of 28,000 not 42,000. We just need more fans thats all. If we had lots more fans who for whatever reason only turned up 6 tmes a season, then we'd be full every week. Everybody counts.
stennyvilla
stenny you completely miss the point. Those who would rather watch the match in the pub, go shopping, play golf or whatever, moan when they cant get a ticket for Wembley. The part timers have always said 'if we were more succesful and challenging for honous thay would return in their droves'. The same as thousands of fans said they wouldn't come back to Villa whilst Ellis was in charge. Well it has all changed. We are challenging with a young, quick mobile team and we have probably the best Chairman in football, but still we struggle to fill the stadium. It is not the fault of those of us who do support the club. But it does show how many thousands of people will latch onto any excuse not to go to games and when those excuses are gone they go into hiding. But I simply asked the question 'why'? You are saying it is because we are not big enough. Maybe it is that simple. It will save the owners a fortune on developing the ground to hold 50,000+ because it will not be needed. Or maybe we should all keep quiet about the empty seats???
voiceoftheholte
stenny you completely miss the point. Those who would rather watch the match in the pub, go shopping, play golf or whatever, moan when they cant get a ticket for Wembley. The part timers have always said 'if we were more succesful and challenging for honous thay would return in their droves'. The same as thousands of fans said they wouldn't come back to Villa whilst Ellis was in charge. Well it has all changed. We are challenging with a young, quick mobile team and we have probably the best Chairman in football, but still we struggle to fill the stadium. It is not the fault of those of us who do support the club. But it does show how many thousands of people will latch onto any excuse not to go to games and when those excuses are gone they go into hiding. But I simply asked the question 'why'? You are saying it is because we are not big enough. Maybe it is that simple. It will save the owners a fortune on developing the ground to hold 50,000+ because it will not be needed. Or maybe we should all keep quiet about the empty seats???
voiceoftheholte
 

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