Football pitches in: Birmingham

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    UNIVERSITY OF ASTON (THE SIR DOUG ELLIS WOODCOCK SPORTS CENTRE)
    The Aston Triangle, Birmingham, B7 4BL (0.2 miles)
    No grass pitchesArtificial pitches: 1Floodlit pitches: 1Changing roomsParking availablePublic booking available
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    NECHELLS WELLBEING CENTRE
    RUPERT STREET, BIRMINGHAM, B7 4AR (0.6 miles)
    Grass pitches: 2Artificial pitches: 1Floodlit pitches: 1Changing roomsParking availablePublic booking available
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    ST CHADS CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL
    HOSPITAL STREET, BIRMINGHAM, B19 3XD (0.6 miles)
    Grass pitches: 1No artificial pitchesNo floodlit pitchesNo changing roomsParking availableNo public bookings available
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    HEARTLANDS ACADEMY
    10 Great Francis Street, Birmingham, B7 4QR (0.7 miles)
    No grass pitchesArtificial pitches: 1Floodlit pitches: 1Changing roomsParking availablePublic booking available
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    ST GEORGE'S COMMUNITY HUB
    ST. GEORGES COMMUNITY HUB GREAT HAMPTON ROW, BIRMINGHAM, B19 3JG (0.7 miles)
    Grass pitches: 1No artificial pitchesFloodlit pitches: 1Changing roomsParking availableNo public bookings available
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    ASTON MANOR ACADEMY
    PHILLIPS STREET, BIRMINGHAM, B6 4PZ (0.7 miles)
    No grass pitchesArtificial pitches: 1Floodlit pitches: 1Changing roomsParking availablePublic booking available
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About Birmingham

Birmingham is England’s second largest city and the gateway to the North of England.
The city is renowned for its sport, and was the Sports Council’s first recipient of the National City of Sport accolade. Its reputation for football is particularly strong, being home to two of the world’s oldest professional football clubs: Aston Villa, founded in 1874, and Birmingham City, founded in 1875.

Nearby West Bromwich Albion is the area’s other notable club, also in the FA Premier League, and there are several other non-league teams playing on Birmingham’s numerous football pitches.

The main football stadiums in Birmingham are Villa Park, home to Aston Villa and with a 42,788 seating capacity, and St Andrew’s Stadium, which has a capacity of 30,000 and is home to Birmingham City.

Villa Park was opened in 1897 and is notable for being the first English football ground to have hosted international football in three different centuries. It is also the stadium to have hosted the greatest number of FA semi-final matches - an impressive 55.

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