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Aston Villa FC

Updated on May 29, 2013

Official Name: Aston Villa FC

Chairman: Randolph D. Lerner

Coach: John Gregory

Address: Villa Park, Trinity Road, BirminghamB6 6HE, England

Telephone: (+44) 121-327-2299

Fax: (+44) 121-322-2107

Uniform: Claret/ Sky blue sleeves

Alternate uniform: white jersey, sky blue shorts 

UEFA Champions League winner: 1982

UEFA Super Cup winner: 1983

InterToTo Cup winner: 2001

Football League Cup winner: 1961, 1975, 1977, 1994, 1996

FA Cup winner: 1887, 1895, 1897, 1905, 1913, 1920, 1957

Charity Shield winner: 1981

1897: FA Cup winner, Division One winner, New home ground: Aston Lower Ground ("Villa Park")

Division One winner: 1894, 1896, 1897, 1899, 1900, 1909, 1981

Division Two winner: 1938, 1960

Division Three winner: 1972 

Birmingham Senior Cup winner: 1880

1874: Foundation of Aston Villa FC by Villa Cross Wesleyan Chapel in Aston, part of Birmingham

1880: Birmingham Senior Cup winner

1884: August: New manager: George Ramsay, New Stadium: AstonPark

1887: FA Cup winner

1886: New Stadium: Perry Barr

1894: Division One winner

1895: FA Cup winner

1896: Division One winner

1899: Divison One winner

1900: Division One winner

1905: FA Cup winner

1909: Divison One winner

1913: FA Cup winner

1920: FA Cup winner

1926: New manager: W. J. Smith

1934: New manager: Jimmy McMullan

1936: November: New manager: Jimmy Hogan, Relegated to Division Two

1938: Division Two winner

1945: New manager: Alex Massie

1950: New manager: George Martin

1953: September: New manager: Eric Houghton

1957: FA Cup winner

1958: December: New manager: Joe Mercer

1959: Relegated to Division Two

1960: Division Two winner, Promoted to Division One

1961: Football League Cup winner

1964: New manager: Dick Taylor

1967: New manager: Tommy Cummings, Relegated to Division Two

1968: New manager: Tommy Docherty

1970: New manager: Vic Crowe, Relegated to Division Three

1972: Division Three winner, Promoted to Division Two

1974: June: New manager: Ron Saunders

1975: Football League Cup winner

1977: Football League Cup winner, Promoted to Division One

1981: Division One winner, Charity Shield winner

1982: February: New manager: Tony Barton, UEFA Champions League winner

1983: UEFA Super Cup winner

1984: New manager: Graham Turner

1986: New manager: Billy McNeill

1987: New manager: Graham Taylor, Relagated to Divison Two

1988: Promotion to Division One

1990: July: New manager: Jozef Vengloš

1991: July: New manager: Ron Atkinson

1992: One of the founders of Premier League

1994: November: New manager: Brian Little, Football League Cup winner

1996: Football League Cup winner

1998: February: New manager: John Gregory

2001: InterToTo Cup winner

2002: New manager: Graham Taylor

2003: New manager: David O'Leary

2006: New manager: Martin O'Neill

2007: May 2: New crest, may 6: opening of redeveloped training ground (Bodymoor Heath)

2010: New manager: Gérard Houllier


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