Aston Villa and Sheffield Wednesday sold their grounds way below construction value

7 August 2019

Aston Villa
Photo: Getty Images Aston Villa sold Villa Park for £56.7 million to owners Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens. They acquired the stadium via a group subsidiary company called NSWE Stadium, which is under the direct control of the pair.

Aston Villa and Sheffield Wednesday sold their grounds for a combined £53.5 million less than their construction values.

Derby County sold Pride Park for £14.4 million more than the construction value.

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Aston Villa and Sheffield Wednesday sold their grounds for a combined £53.5 million less than their construction values.

According to offthepitch.com research, Aston Villa sold Villa Park for £34 million less than its construction value.

The club sold Villa Park for £56.7 million, a figure exclusively revealed by offthepitch.com recently.

Owners Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens acquired the stadium via a group subsidiary company called NSWE Stadium, which is under the direct control of the pair.

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