Monday 13 May 2019

2019/20 Season Tickets Launch

See Us Roar campaign kicks off Season Ticket registrations for the 2019/20 season.

Aston Villa Ladies are delighted to announce the launch of the club’s 2019/20 Season Tickets via the ‘See Us Roar’ campaign.

Fronted by exciting homegrown talents like Jodie Hutton, Amy West and Elisha N’Dow, See Us Roar urges fans to join our journey as the club look to become a major force in the FA Women’s Championship next season.

A brand-new Junior Membership has also been introduced for our younger fans, offering them a number of benefits including a mascot experience and a chance to attend a training session.

An Aston Villa Ladies Season Ticket includes entry to 11 FA Women’s Championship matches and any cup games that are scheduled at Boldmere St Michaels (there will be at least two).

Complete the registration form on the official Aston Villa website here to express your interest in becoming a Season Ticket holder. 

And if you sign up on or before 31st May, you’ll receive a 10% discount when a member of our ticketing team follows up your registration in the coming weeks.

Season Ticket Prices

The below prices are inclusive of 11 league games and all cup matches staged at Boldmere St Michaels (there will be at least two).

  • £50 Adults
  • £20 Concessions (under-18s and over-65s)
  • £30 Junior Membership (for under-16s)
  • £120 Family ticket (two adults, two junior memberships) 

Junior Membership

Brand new for the 2019/20 season, the Junior Membership offers younger fans a host of benefits and experiences in addition to a Season Ticket.

Junior Members will receive…

  • One mascot experience (first come, first serve basis)
  • A signed picture of the team at the start of the season
  • A birthday card signed by the whole squad
  • Entered into prize draws throughout the season
  • Watch a training session (designated at the club’s discretion)
  • One Season Ticket

If you have any queries about Aston Villa Ladies’ Season Tickets, please email: amber.wildgust@avfc.co.uk  

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