Aston villa logo
The Aston Villa Football Club (also known as Villa, The Villa and The Villans) is a club football in England playing in the FA Premier League English. It is located in the district of Aston in the city of Birmingham, in the county of West Midlands. It was founded in March of 1874, and since 1897 as a local play at the stadium Villa Park. The Aston Villa was a founding member of the Football League in 1888 and the Premier League in 1992.
Their first encounter was with a local team of rugby, Aston Brook St Mary’s Rugby, due to the difference in the rules and others were imposed as a condition for the match, play the first half under the rules of rugby and the second half under the football rules. After several meetings, Villa was established early on as one of the best teams in the Midlands, winning their first trophy, the Birmingham Senior Cup in 1880 under the captaincy of Scotsman George Ramsay.
The Aston Villa Football Club is an English club was founded in March 1874 by members of the Villa Cross Wesleyan Chapel in Handsworth, which now forms part of Birmingham. The four founders of Aston Villa were Jack Hughes, Frederick Matthews, Walter Price and William Scattergood.
It is one of the oldest teams and winners from England, having won seven times the First Division Championship and like many, the FA Cup. in 1982 also won the European Cup, now known as the UEFA Champions League. All this makes it considered the fourth English team with the most major trophies won (behind Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal).
Aston Villa Logo Font
The Aston villa logo fonts have also gone through several changes, earlier the logo had ‘ASTON VILLA’ written over the emblem in capital letters and were yellow in color. The Present Aston villa logo had ‘ AVFC’ written on it which are in capital formation and are yellow in color.
Aston Villa Logo Emblem
The Aston Villa logo emblem is in the form of a lion facing east and is yellow in color. He is standing on his one foot and the other one is raised in the air with his arm widespread.