Information for fans travelling to Villa
Thu 13 February 2020, 12:30|Tottenham Hotspur
Aston Villa’s guide for visiting supporters provides information on travel planning, facilities at Villa Park and assistance available on the day of a match.
We recommend that all supporters attending our fixture on Sunday read the guide before departing for Birmingham. Kick-off is at 2pm.
Entrance to the stadium
The visiting supporters’ section is split into two areas, the Doug Ellis Lower (Block Q) and the Doug Ellis Upper (Block P), located on Witton Lane. Gates open at 12.30pm.
Spaces for wheelchair using fans are located in the Trinity Road Stand and are accessed via R44 wheelchair entrance. Full details have been sent to wheelchair using fans and are also contained in the visiting supporters’ guide.
Supporters travelling by train are recommended to use Witton station, which can be easily reached from Birmingham New Street and is a short walk from the stadium.
Family Fun Zone
Aston Villa’s Family Fun Zone is in the Academy building behind the North Stand and welcomes visiting supporters. It is open for two hours leading up to kick-off and offers face painting, football activities and other games. Adults must be accompanied by a junior supporter, while juniors must be accompanied by at least one adult.
West Midlands Police on Twitter
Aston Villa recommend that supporters follow @AVFC_WMP on Twitter for details of away pubs and live transport updates.
Alcohol is only available on the lower tier of the visiting section (Block Q) as there are no facilities to serve alcohol in the upper tier (Block P).
Small bags will be allowed into the stadium following a search, but larger bags and luggage will not be admitted. There is no luggage facility at Villa Park, so please try to avoid bringing a bag.