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Counting His Royal Highness Prince William and former United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron as supporters, it can definitely be argued that Aston Villa boasts a more famous set of fans than playing staff. But Aston Villa has seen its fair share of heroes in its stories history, and Starting 11's Aston Villa quiz will show you exactly why! Merely Select a fixture from Starting 11's game menu to bring up a starting 11 lineup. Read the match details and when ready, hit 'play now', and test yourselves against one of the most challenging Aston Villa football quiz the Internet has to offer!

Match Details
Aston Villa's 3-0 win over West Ham
Premier League
Villa Park
14 Aug August 2010
Penalty area
Centre circle
7 Letters
5 Letters
7 Letters
5 Letters
5 Letters
6 Letters
10 Letters
6 Letters
5 Letters
5 Letters
7 Letters
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Can you name the starting 11 below?
Aston Villa's 3-0 win over West Ham
Premier League
Villa Park
14 August 2010
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Fans of Aston Villa Football club will have you believe that their club is the biggest club in Birmingham, with good reason. Despite barely surviving a mediocre Premier League season, Aston Villa remains one of the most decorated football clubs in England. With a history dating back to 1874, Aston Villa were one of the founder members of the Football League and the Premier League, and are one of only five English teams to have won the European Cup. They've won the top-flight domestic league and the FA Cup seven times each, and have won the League Cup five times, in addition to a lone European (UEFA) Super Cup trophy. Aston Villa Football Club retain a fierce city rivalry with Birmingham City, known as the Second City derby.

The club's traditional colours are claret shirts with sky blue sleeves, white shorts and sky blue socks, which also inspired the kit of Premier League colleagues Burnley.Aston Villa also have a rivalry with West Bromwich Albion, a side that they have contested three FA Cup finals with. Aston Villa also maintain lesser local rivalries with Wolverhampton Wanderers and Coventry City.

For one season during 2010–11, West Bromwich Albion, Aston Villa, Wolverhampton Wanderers, and Birmingham City were all in the Premier League. Marking the first time that the "West Midlands' Big Four" clubs have been in the Premier League at the same time, and with the return of West Bromwich Albion's return to the Premier League this season, 3 of the Big Four are set for a season to remember...

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How to Play

Select a fixture from the game menu to bring up a starting 11 lineup. Read the match details and when ready, hit 'play now'.

Study the lineup. The number below each shirt indicates how many letters there are in that player's name. You're against the clock so get going!

Think you know one of the mystery players? Enter your guess in the box provided below each shirt. See a tick? Boom, you've got it! See a cross? Guess again!

Struggling to get a player? Click the player you're having trouble with and hit the 'hint' button to get a letter to help you along. You only have 3 hints so use them wisely...

Really can't think of any more? Hit 'give up' and we'll show you the players you missed. Don't beat yourself up, we can't all remember that South American they had on loan for three games...

Think your score is unbeatable? Hit the 'challenge' button to share the game with a friend. Let's see who comes out on top!