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Villa Park is located in Aston, the UK. The capacity of the football stadium is 42,682. Villa Park has been the permanent home for Aston Villa F.C. since 1897. The stadium is pretty close to Aston and Witton railway stations. There have been 16 UK internationals held at the ground, and the later was in 2005.
Until 1914, there was a cycling track around the pitch used for various cycling and athletic events. There have also been different concerts held as well as boxing matches and rugby games. In 1999, Villa Park was chosen a venue for the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup.
It is one of the biggest stadiums in the UK with lots of heritage. The highest attendance at the ground was noted in 1946 when 76,588 people came to watch the game between Derby County F.C. and Aston Villa F.C.
The stadium has seen various improvements, and currently, it features four stands, including Trinity Road Stand, Doug Ellis Stand, the Holte End, and North Stand. The football club has the initial permission to redevelop the North Stand, which will help increase the total capacity of the stadium up to 50,000.
In 2017, Keith Wyness, the CEO of Aston Villa, revealed the intention of the football club to increase the capacity of the stadium even more. Today, they are considering different plans, allowing welcoming about 60,000 people at the ground.