AVFC

abbr.
Aston Villa Football Club

Dictionary of abbreviations. 2012.

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  • Aston Villa F.C. — Infobox Football club clubname = Aston Villa F.C. current = Aston Villa F.C. season 2008 09 fullname = Aston Villa Football Club nickname = The Villa, The Villans, Villacite web |url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/eng prem/4127422.stm… …   Wikipedia

  • History of Aston Villa F.C. (1874–1961) — The History of Aston Villa Football Club between 1874 and 1961 covers their time from the club s foundation, through the first two major periods of success (the late 1880s, and the early 1900s) and the club s League Cup success.Aston Villa… …   Wikipedia

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  • Aston Villa F.C. seasons — This is a list of seasons played by Aston Villa Football Club in English and European football, from 1879 (the year of the club s first FA Cup entry) to the most recent completed season. Aston Villa football club was founded in March, 1874, by… …   Wikipedia

  • Second City derby — El Second City derby[1] (o derby de Birmingham), es el derby de fútbol más importante de la ciudad de Birmingham, Inglaterra. Lo disputan los dos equipos más importantes de la ciudad, el Aston Villa y el Birmingham City. El primer partido fue… …   Wikipedia Español

  • History of Aston Villa F.C. (1961–present) — The history of Aston Villa F.C. from 1961 to the current season covers the fluctuating fortunes of the club during the 1960s and 1970s, the European Cup victory in 1982 and the present day s Premiership club.The late 1960s was a turbulent time… …   Wikipedia

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