Aston Villa PES Kits 2018/19

Aston Villa PES Kits 2018/19
Aston Villa FC PES kits season 18/19

size: 2048x2048
type: PNG alpha
platform: PC/PS

goalkeeper (league)
home (league)
away (league)
third (league)

about the team:
PES ID: 107
Founded: 1874
Address: Trinity Road, B6 6HE, Birmingham
Country: England
Phone: +44 (121) 327 2299
Stadium: Villa Park (Birmingham)
Capacity: 42788

color and badge history:
The club colors are a claret shirt with sky blue sleeves, white shorts with claret and blue trim, and sky blue socks with claret and white trim. They were the original wearers of the claret and blue. Villa's colors at the outset generally comprised plain shirts (white, grey or a shade of blue), with either white or black shorts. For a few years after that (1877–79) the team wore several different kits from all white, blue and black, red and blue to plain green. By 1880, black jerseys with a red lion embroidered on the chest were introduced by William McGregor. This remained the first choice strip for six years.

The chocolate color later became claret. Nobody is quite sure why claret and blue became the club's adopted colors. Several other English football teams adopted their colors; clubs that wear claret and blue include West Ham United and Burnley.

A new badge was revealed in May 2007, for the 2007–08 season and beyond. The new badge includes a star to represent the European Cup win in 1982, and has a light blue background behind Villa's 'lion rampant'. The traditional motto "Prepared" remains in the badge, and the name Aston Villa has been shortened to AVFC, FC having been omitted from the previous badge. The lion is now unified as opposed to fragmented lions of the past. Randy Lerner petitioned fans to help with the design of the new badge.

On 6 April 2016, the club confirmed that it would be using a new badge from the 2016–17 season after consulting fan groups for suggestions. The lion in the new badge has claws added to it, and the word "Prepared" was removed to increase the size of the lion and club initials in the badge

Football League One: 1 Title
Football League Championship: 2 Titles
Football League Cup: 5 Titles
League Cup: 5 Titles
UEFA Champions League:  1 Title
UEFA European Super Cup: 1 Title
FA Community Shield: 1 Title
FA Cup: 7 Titles

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