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Aston Villa and Fulham are two of the most historic clubs in English football. Villa was formed in 1874 and Fulham was founded in 1879. The two clubs have met many times over the years, and games between them are always entertaining to watch.

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Aston Villa

Aston Villa have a rich history and the club has been successful both domestically and in European competition. The team are known for playing an attacking style of football, which often leads to exciting matches.

The Villa team plays in claret shirts with sky blue sleeves, white shorts, and sky blue socks. Their traditional badge is of a rampant lion, introduced by former manager George Ramsay in 1907. The club's dedicated supporters are known as Villans.

Villa Par

Aston Villa play their home games at Villa Park, which is the largest stadium in the English Midlands with a capacity of 42,682. The stadium has been home to Aston Villa since 1897 and has been renovated and expanded several times over the years.

Villa Park has hosted a UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Final, an FA Community Shield, and 55 FA Cup semi-finals. Aside from football-related uses, it has also been the venue for various concerts and other sporting events, including boxing and rugby matches.


Fulham FC are known for playing a stylish brand of attacking football, typified by wide players who hug the touchlines and midfielders who operate in the space between defence and attack. This style has brought them success in the past; they reached the FA Cup Final in 1975 and got to the UEFA Europa League Final in 2010.

Many legendary players have donned the white Fulham shirt over the years, including Clint Dempsey, Danny Murphy, Bobby Robson, and George Cohen.

Craven Cottage

Craven Cottage is based in West London, and has been home to Fulham FC since 1896. It has a current capacity of 25,700, making it the eighth-largest ground in the Premier League. Craven Cottage has a rich history, and it is the oldest football stadium in London. Located on the banks of the River Thames, Craven Cottage is accessible via all major transport links and is a must-see.

The ground has also hosted various other footballing events and was formerly the home stadium for rugby league club Fulham RLFC.