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finances, revenues, transfers and salaries AstonVilla

Here you will find extensive information on Aston Villa finances, transfers and player salaries. We offer you detailed insights into the club's financial situation, including revenue from merchandising, sponsorship and ticket sales, as well as spending on player transfers, salaries and infrastructure. Our website is updated regularly to ensure you are always aware of the latest developments.

General

Aston Villa is an English football club, founded in 1874 and based in Aston, Birmingham. The club have played in the Football League and Premier League in the past and have returned to the English top flight for the 2019/20 season.

Villa Park has been the club's home ground since 1897. Aston Villa was one of the founding members of the Football League and Premier League. Doug Ellis, a chairman and millionaire, shaped the club from the late 1960s until the club was taken over by American entrepreneur Randy Lerner in 2006.

Aston Villa have been English champions seven times and won the FA Cup seven times. The club also won the European Cup in 1981/82 and are the fourth most successful club in English football history with 20 trophies.

Aston Villa has a rivalry with city rivals Birmingham City. This rivalry is greater than that with West Bromwich Albion, despite that club being geographically closer to Aston Villa. The derbies between Aston Villa and Birmingham City are known as the 'Birmingham Derby' or the 'Second City Derby' and have a long history dating back to 1879.

Aston Villa's traditional colors are claret kits with sky blue sleeves, white shorts and sky blue socks.

  • Name: Aston Villa Football Club

  • Headquarters: Birmingham, England

  • Foundation: 1874

  • Website: avfc.co.uk

  • Venue: Villa Park

  • Seats: 42,657

  • League: Premier League

Revenues and annual results Aston Villa in the financial years 2008/09 until 2021/22

The figures show the revenues and the annual result for each financial year in the last 15 years. The pattern shows volatility in sales and annual results over time. In some years there was a significant increase in sales. However, the annual result is negative in almost all years, which means that the company has made losses in these years. Overall, the figures show an unstable financial situation for the company in recent years. 

Revenues and annual results Aston Villa in the financial years 2008/09 to 2021/22:

  • Financial year: 2021/22, revenue: 210.18, annual result: -42.15

  • Financial year: 2020/21, revenue: 205.66, annual result: -41.81

  • Financial year: 2019/20, revenue: 130.62, annual result: -99.50

  • Financial year: 2018/19, revenue: 62.99, annual result: -68.90

  • Financial year: 2017/18, revenue: 79.58, annual result: -39.66

  • Financial year: 2016/17, revenue: 85.61, annual result: -16.39

  • Financial year: 2015/16, revenue: 126.21, annual result: -91.87

  • Financial year: 2014/15, revenue: 134.21, annual result: -30.06

  • Financial year: 2013/14, revenue: 135.60, annual result: -3.39

  • Financial year: 2012/13, revenue: 97.09, annual result: -57.86

  • Financial year: 2011/12, revenue: 93.26, annual result: -35.14

  • Financial year: 2010/11, revenue: 106.72, annual result: -54.01

  • Financial year: 2009/10, revenue: 105.44, annual result: -36.95

  • Financial year: 2008/09, revenue: 97.67, annual result: -46.22

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