Most Innovative use of Technology by a Club by the Football Business Awards of 2016.

Today we have been informed that Chameleon Web Services has been selected as a finalist for the Best / Most Innovative use of Technology by a Club by the Football Business Awards of 2016.

Best / Most Innovative use of Technology by a Club by the Football Business Awards of 2016

Football Business Awards 2016

This Award is based on the work we have been doing with the Wolves.

Football Stadium Virtual Tours

Since completing this work we have also completed a larger tour with Aston Villa:-

Aston Villa 360 Virtual Tour

To view the latest work that has gone live with Aston Villa:-

Arsenal 1 – 3 Aston Villa Saturday 17 August 2013

Aston Villa stun Arsenal to come from behind and win at the Emirates Stadium on the opening day of the season

The start of the season for 2013 / 2014 kicked off this weekend and looking on paper our club Aston Villa had a hard starting point with Arsenal to play first on the 17th August 2013 and then the second game Chelsea on Wednesday 21st August 2013 and to finish things off the third game being Liverpool on Saturday 24th August 2013.

After a horrible season last year the Aston Villa fans needed to see something different and after 6 minutes Giroud put Arsenal in front and the Villa defence looked a mess.

But this goal was the turning point and the Villa team pulled together and Agbonlahor was on fire causing problems everywhere having his best game ever. This soon led to a penalty which Benteke took and was saved by Szczesny but Benteke headed it in for a goal and the Emirates Stadium came to life but this time it was the Villa fans chanting.

At half time the score was 1 – 1 and Aston Villa looked to be on top of the game. The Birmingham based team was showing the London rivals that they are capable of winning the game.

The second half was fantastic and Benteke scores another penalty at 61 minutes following Agbonlahor causing terror to the Arsenal defence.

The Villa continued to attack and attack and then Luna scored an amazing goal for a defender one on one with Szczesny at 85 minutes sealing the game and giving Villa 3 points well deserved.

Wenger apologised to Arsenal fans but we think that Paul Lamberts Villa boys was too strong for the Arsenal defence.

Christian Benteke scored twice and Antonio Luna added a third as Aston Villa
came from behind to stun Arsenal at Emirates Stadium on the opening day.

  • Giroud 6′
  • Benteke 22′, 61′ (pen)
  • Luna 85′

Ref: Taylor

Attendance: 60,003

Aston Villa beat Sunderland 6 – 1 on 29.04.13

Aston Villa Win 6 – 1 Against Sunderland

The football season is rapidly coming to an end, and all eyes are on the close relegation battle happening in the Premiership. There are at least 6 teams competing to stay in the top flight of football, including Aston Villa and Sunderland. This prerequisite made for a very interesting and potentially closely fought battle on Monday 29th April 2013. However, the final outcome was an unprescendented 6 – 1 win for Villa. Here is a quick run-down of all goals and highlights.

The game began and the teams were quite evenly matched. Ron Vlaar was first to score for Aston Villa in the 31st minute, but Danny Rose was quick to equalise for Sunderland in the 32nd minute. With half time fast approaching, Villa made their move and managed a second goal in the 38th minute, courtesy of Andreas Weimann.

With a 2 – 1 lead going into the 2nd half, Aston Villa really capitalised on this opportunity and took control of the match. One player in particular can be noted for his input into Villa’s 6 – 1 victory; Christian Benteke completed a hat-trick, scoring in the 55th, 59th and 72nd minutes of the game. This ensured Villa of the much-needed 3 points. At this point, Sunderland were well a truly beaten, but the Villa boys were not finished. To add insult to injury, Gabriel Agbonlahor finished the match with a final goal in the 88th minute.

The last time that Aston Villa scored 6 goals in one game, Stiliyan Petrov was playing in the team and scored that memorable goal from near the half way line.

All eyes will be on Lambert’s young team this Saturday 4th May to see if they can continue this excellent form against 14th place Norwich City.