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Arsenal and Aston Villa have a long history that dates back to the early 1900s and the start of the Football League. The clubs have met numerous times over the years, with Arsenal gaining the upper hand on overall wins. However, Aston Villa has had some notable victories too, including a 2-1 triumph in the FA Cup Final in 1957 against Manchester United and a League Cup win in 1996.

Both Arsenal and Aston Villa are inaugural members of the new Premier League, and their match is sure to entertain. Although Premier League tickets are often hard to obtain, you can find them here at Ticket Compare.

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Arsenal is one of the most successful teams in England, and is one of only six clubs that have never been relegated from the top flight of English football. The club has produced some of the best players in Premier League history, such as Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp, and Robert Pires, who have all earned legendary status.

Arsenal have won 13 league trophies, 14 FA Cups, 2 League Cup trophies, 1 Cup Winner’s Cup, and 1 Europea League trophy. They hold more FA Cups than any other team.

Emirates Stadium

Arsenal's Emirates Stadium is one of the largest and most advanced football stadiums in the world. It was built at a cost of £390 million and has a capacity of over 60,000. Emirates Stadium also hosts major music concerts as well as international fixtures. The club's former stadium was redeveloped as Highbury Square, an apartment complex. 

Aston Villa

Aston Villa Football Club is based in Aston, Birmingham. The club was founded in 1874, and the team currently competes in the Premiership. Aston Villa have a strong rivalry with Birmingham City and Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The club’s manager is former Liverpool and Rangers midfielder Steven Gerrard. Gerrard began his managerial career with Liverpool's Under-18 team in 2015 and was promoted to manager of the first team in 2018. He spent one season as manager of Rangers, winning the Scottish Premiership title in his first campaign.

Villa Park

Villa Park is located in Birmingham and has a seating capacity of 42,682. The stadium has been the home of Aston Villa since 1897 and has hosted 55 FA Cup semi-finals, which is more than any other stadium. Villa Park also hosted the 2012 FA Community Shield when Wembley Stadium was in use for the final of the Olympic football tournament.