Aston Villa Football Club have worked in partnership with AccessAble, to produce detailed pan-disability guides for Villa Park.
The accessibility information in this guide aims to assist fans with disabilities and provide an additional resource to help home and away supporters plan their visit.
You can view the guide via https://www.accessable.co.uk/aston-villa-football-club
The two nearest train stations to Villa Park are Witton and Aston.
The information below is an approximate guide and we recommend you plan your journey at Network West Midlands or visit West Midlands Railway.
Route end to end destination: Lichfield Trent Valley to Longbridge / Redditch via Birmingham New Street.
Duration of journey: Birmingham New Street - Aston: 5 - 10mins; Longbridge to Aston: 27 - 30mins; Lichfield Trent Valley to Aston: 32 - 35mins; Redditch to Aston: 44 - 52mins.
Aston Station is approximately 15mins on foot from Villa Park
Route end to end destination: Walsall to Birmingham New Street Duration of journey and frequency of service: Birmingham New Street - Witton: 9mins; Walsall to Witton: 15mins.
Witton Station is approximately 5mins on foot from Villa Park.
The main two bus routes servicing Villa Park are the no 7 and no 11.
On matchdays, taxis can be ordered from the security lodge on Witton Lane, which is situated behind the North Stand, or by using telephones situated in the Holte Suite foyer or the Trinity Stand reception.
Sat Nav: B6 6HE (stadium address)
Villa Park on Google Maps: click here
When parking at the stadium on a non-matchday, you should access Villa Park via the Witton Road entrance, and should therefore use B6 6QE as the postcode you input into your satellite navigation system.
Important note for matchdays - do not use the stadium as your destination on GPS satellite navigation units, unless you have access to stadium car parks (permit only).
You should plan your journey in advance according to which direction you are travelling from and identify the official car park you intend to use.
Allow plenty of time to park and walk to the stadium - the earlier the better.
The further away you park, the easier your journey home after the match will be.
Pitch size: 105m x 68m
Stadium address: Villa Park, Trinity Road, Birmingham, B6 6HE
Phone - UK: 0121 327 2299
Aston Villa's home since 1897, Villa Park is one of a select few that has staged international fixtures over three different centuries, the first senior international taking place in 1899. In addition, it was a regular venue for FA Cup semi-finals before they were moved to Wembley.
Villa Park also had the honour of hosting the last-ever European Cup Winners’ Cup Final between Italian side Lazio and Spanish club Real Mallorca in 1999, as well as the 2012 FA Community Shield match when Chelsea faced Manchester City.