Aston Villa Ladies FC Club History

History

Aston Villa Ladies Football Club was formed in 1973 as Solihull FC. When Aston Villa asked for help in forming a ladies team in 1989, Solihull responded.

The club agreed to change their name in 1996 to become the officially recognised ladies team of Aston Villa. In 1998 the Senior Team won promotion to the Northern Division of the FA Women's Premier League. 

Also reaching the 1995 League Cup Final. After a few seasons in the Women’s Premier Northern Division finishing mid table Aston Villa took full responsibility of the Ladies team in 2007 and have fully integrated them into the Aston Villa family.

 The ladies won promotion from the Northern division in 2010-11 season to the National Division, 2011-12, the ladies team finished 3rd in the National division their highest ever finish.

 Aston Villa won the FA Women’s league cup, 2012-13 in its final year of the winter pyramid.

Staff:

Director of Football - Dave Stevens

Head Coach - Iain Sankey

First Team/Development Coach - Corrine Mitchell 

Sports Therapist - Andy Frampton

Goalkeeper Coach - Richard Steeples

Development Team Head Coach - Carly Davies

Development Team Coach - Lucy Jelf

General Manager - Amber Wildgust

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Amber Wildgust

0121 326 1598

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