Follow Villa on Twitter for news, pictures, videos and film fun
There's a host of reasons to follow Villa on Twitter.
No.1 of course is that you get all the news first and fastest from our online web team who spend all their time with the manager, his players and all the other movers and shakers behind-the-scenes.
There's all the latest information from the ticket office.
If a game is sold out, has changed criteria or has extra seats assigned to it, you'll find out instantaneously on our official social media platform.
We tweet from the gaffer's press conference, too, so you'll get injury news and the manager's thoughts on an array of subjects before anyone else.
During first-team games, you'll get the teams the moment they're announced, photos from around the ground, regular updates on the action every 15 minutes, goal flashes and bite-size thoughts from the boss from his post-match media briefing.
Yes, all the news appears on AVFC.co.uk but if you want breaking information as it happens, you absolutely must follow Villa on Twitter.
Of course, Villa on Twitter also provides vital links to more detailed news stories on the official website.
During home games, fans who post great tweets using our #AVFCLIVE hashtag have the chance to appear on our big screens while the more informative entries are regularly added to our live matchday console which is used by fans all across the world.
Added to that, there's fab picture and video footage throughout the week as Lambert's Lions take part in a range of press, community and corporate work on behalf of the club.
If it's a bit of fun you're after, Villa on Twitter is well worth following.
There's our newest feature - #VillaFilmFriday.
The web team pick a famous actor and it's your job to Villa-rise their name and the movies they've been in.
Think Vlaarmageddon, Any Given Sunday, The Carewjative and Weimanns are Forever.
It offers some light relief to the nervous tension that builds before every senior encounter.
Make sure you follow Villa on Twitter.
You won't regret it.
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