Villa Park, Trinity Road, Birmingham, B6 6HE
Villa Park is one of the oldest and most famous stadiums in Europe. The club’s home since 1897, the ground sits in the shadow of the Jacobean stately home Aston Hall.
It is no stranger to major events, either, having hosted matches at both the 1966 World Cup and the European Championships in 1996. But it is not just football that has graced our spiritual home.
Villa Park has also been the setting for concerts from music stars such as Bruce Springsteen, Barry White, Duran Duran, Take That and Bon Jovi.
Villa Park is providing complimentary car parking for all delegates.
When parking at the stadium, you should access Villa Park via the Witton Road entrance.
The nearest train station to Villa Park is Witton (approx. 5mins on foot).
Trains from Birmingham New Street Station to Witton Station run approx. every 30mins. We recommend planning your train journey by visiting West Midlands Railway.
The main bus routes serving Villa Park are the 7, 11A and 11C alight at Witton Square for the Stadium. Services 65 and 67 also operate within walking distance of Villa Park where you will need to alight at Aston Railway Station.
To check bus timetable information for these routes, please click here.