Sets dedicated to Aston Villa football club
The following sets represent the Trophies won by this famous football club.
The cup sets here can also be found on the relevant trophy pages (FA Cup, League Cup and European Cup pages).
In the first final after the Great War Aston Villa beat Huddersfield Town at Stamford Bridge with an extra time goal from Billy Kirton.
Two goals from Peter McParland were enough to see off Manchester United 2-1 at Wembley for Johnny Dixons team.
In the first ever League Cup competition Aston Villa faced Rotherham United. Having suffered a shock 2-0 defeat in the first leg they bounced back to lift the trophy at Villa Park with goals from Alan O'Neill, Harry Burrows and Peter McParland.
In an all Second Division clash Aston Villa faced Norwich City and a goal from Ray Graydon took the cup back to Villa Park.
It took three matches to separate Aston Villa and Everton for the 1977 trophy. Finally Brian Little popped up with a last gasp winner at Old Trafford in a 3-2 thriller.
Ron Saunders led Aston Villa to the title in 1981. Peter Withe top scored with 20 goals.
This is an 18 piece Trading card set commemorating that great night in 1982 for Aston Villa as a goal from Peter With saw them beat Bayern Munich to lift the European Cup.
The winning team and manager are profiled plus other match details and facts.
Aston Villa faced English Champions Manchester United for the trophy at Wembley and an early goal from Dalian Atkinson gave them the lead. Two further goals from Dean Saunders saw Villa run out 3-1 winners.
Aston Villa faced Leeds United at Wembley and goals from Savo Milosevic, Ian Taylor and Dwight Yorke saw them cruise to a 3-0 victory.