Away Fan Guide: Burnley


Burnley Football Club
Turf Moor Stadium
Harry Potts Road
BB10 4BX


Fans are advised not to travel if they do not have a valid match ticket. No ticket upgrades will be available on match day.

Please make sure you have your ticket with you before you leave for the stadium. Please arrive early to allow more time for additional COVID-19 checks.

Supporters are advised to take photo ID as this can be verified as part of the standard ticketing policy at Burnley.

For any away ticket issues on match day, please report it to Ticket collection point in the Elite training center, in front of the north stand.


Fan Engagement Manager Christine Prior will be available from 1 p.m. until kick-off on match day to help you with any problems and to be contacted at 07794055321.

There will also be an Everton Travel Stewards team at the match to assist supporters in the stadium.

For the latest information from Merseyside Police, follow @MerPolEFC on Twitter.


Before your visit to Turf Moor, be sure to read our Fan Code of Conduct. By purchasing a ticket, you agree to follow this code of conduct at all times. PleaseClick here to read it in full.

Fans aged 18 and over must provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination (with both doses received at least 14 days before the match) or proof of a negative lateral flow test performed within 48 hours following the kick-off of the match. Proof of a negative lateral flow test will only be accepted by SMS or NHS email.

Genuine medical exemptions from testing / vaccinations are accepted on a case-by-case basis, and testing is only required for supporters aged 18 and over. In addition to accepting proof via the NHS COVID pass or an NHS vaccination letter (or the international equivalent provided it is in English), test results from any government-approved laboratory, a doctor GP or via self-report proof of a lateral flow test result via the UK Government’s online portal, will be accepted.

According to government guidelines, all supporters aged 11 and over must wear a face covering when in indoor areas, except when eating or drinking, or when exempt from doing so. Fans are not required to wear face coverings when occupying their allocated seats in the stadium bowl, although they may wear them if they wish.

More information can be found here.

The Premier League has also compiled a list of FAQs which can help supporters throughout the 2021/22 campaign, pleaseClick here to view them.

Please also keep in mind that players and management are required to adhere to match day COVID regulations at all times and will not be able to stop for autographs and photographs before or after the match.


Fans outside are located in several blocks of the Barnfield construction stand.

Turnstiles open for supporters outside at 1:30 p.m. – Entrance P, Tourniquets 48-55.

Food and drinks are available in all halls and only cashless payment methods are accepted.

Burnley’s security team will conduct bag checks in accordance with stadium regulations and all supporters are strongly advised to arrive early in order to have more time for additional COVID checks.

If you are traveling in an organized fan bus, it will drop you off near the outside turnstiles.

Parking lots are not available on-site for visiting supporters, but there are several within walking distance. Please note – Harry Potts Way will be closed from 1 p.m.

Flags or banners are not allowed in the stadium.

If you hear or feel any discriminatory or offensive language while staying at Turf Moor, please text “CLARETS RESPECT” followed by your message to 66777.

Accessible information

The entrance accessible to visiting supporters in wheelchairs is entrance B1. Supporters in this area receive a seat service from Burnley’s catering staff.

Floor-level access facilities are provided to supporters who have purchased a ticket to use the accessible platform. There is a wheelchair accessible toilet, but please note that there is no cloakroom inside.

If you need to use the changing rooms, please email Burnley in advance for more information.

Headsets are available on request in the Clarets store, or can be delivered to your seat if requested in advance. Please note that this is a radio feed intended for the internal comment team.

There is parking nearby for blue badge holders or those requiring access which is available on a first come, first served basis. Please email [email protected] Reserve.


Please be advised to verify all selected travel routes prior to travel due to unforeseen circumstances which may affect your travel plans.

By car

From the east: Leave the M65 at junction 12 and follow signs for ‘Burnley North A682’, over two roundabouts and onto Colne Road. After 2.5 km, turn left at the traffic lights onto Casterton Avenue. After another 800 meters, continue straight at another roundabout, follow signs for “Rochdale A6114”, onto Eastern Avenue. After 1.5 km you will be on Belvedere Road and the stadium is there.

From West: Leave the M65 motorway at junction 9 (signposted Halifax A679) and turn right at the first roundabout, above the motorway. Go to the second roundabout and turn left, still following signs for Halifax and onto Accrington Road. After ¾ mile, turn right at the traffic lights onto Rossendale Road. Continue for another 2.5 km, then continue straight at the traffic lights onto Glen View Road. After another mile turn left onto Todmorden Road, where you will find Turf Moor at the foot of the hill.

North and South: Exit M6 at junction 29 and onto the M65. Leave the M65 at junction 10 and follow signs for ‘Towneley Hall’. This road eventually passes through Turf Moor.

By train

The nearest station is Burnley Manchester Road. From there, exit the station and walk down Centenary Way, from where Turf Moor is clearly visible. When you reach the roundabout at the end of the road, turn right onto Yorkshire Street, which becomes Harry Potts Way. The land is on your left. From Burnley Central, follow signs for the city center, then turn left towards Bingo Hall. You will see the bus station, take the underground path, then go under the aqueduct onto Yorkshire Street and towards Harry Potts Way and you can see the stadium directly in front of you on the left.

By bus

The bus station is located relatively close to the ground, just off Centenary Way. Exit the station and go to the bingo hall opposite. Use the underground path then head under the aqueduct onto Yorkshire Street and follow the directions from above and you will see Turf Moor directly in front of you on the left.

Car park

Most of the surrounding streets have parking restrictions on match day, so supporters are advised to use the following car parks:

  • Burnley Cricket Club, Belvedere Road, Burnley BB10 4BN. Benefit: Approximately two minutes walk (local rate, please contact the Cricket Club)
  • Various Townley Park car parks, on site at Townley Hall, Burnley, BB11 3RQ. Capacity: 200 cars Advantage: Close to the ground, 10 minutes on foot, illuminated. Prepayment at the machine.
  • Charter Walk, Curzon Square, Brown Street, Burnley, BB11 1PX. Capacity: 500 cars Advantage: Location in the city center, close to all shops and fast food restaurants. Eight minutes walk from the stadium, pay on exit.
  • Burnley Borough Council, Miscellaneous but principal at Centenary Way, Burnley, BB11 2HE. The capacity is 100 cars, Close to the stadium, new, secure, well-lit car park, prepayment at the machine. Five minutes walk from the stadium.
  • Manchester Road Rail Station, up to 50 cars. 15 minutes walk from the stadium – prepayment at the machine.


Anti-discrimination: Everton Football Club has a zero tolerance stance on any discriminatory behavior and language used in traveling to, from or during the match. We are determined and determined to embrace equality and diversity in everything we do. I remind you of the “All Together Now” club campaign which was launched to promote a “Football Family for All” and we will not stop in our mission to promote equality through the positive power of football.

Possession or use of pyrotechnics: Everton Football Club does not tolerate the use of pyrotechnics under any circumstances. Any fan who uses them will be subject to prosecution by the club and the police. Outdoor clubs use a variety of techniques to detect the possession and use of pyrotechnics. Anyone found in possession of such items is subject to arrest, which could result in a criminal conviction and subsequent ban from football.

Concourse Antisocial behavior: In previous seasons there has been an increase with a small group of fans engaging in anti-social behavior (beer throwing) in the club’s halls. As a result, the social activity of many fellow Evertonians at half-time is ruined by the actions of a small minority. Such action may result in expulsion from the stadium or, in the case of more serious incidents, arrest and a ban on playing football.

Please continue to enjoy your match day, but we also ask that you consider other supporters and how they will be affected by your behavior. We would like to thank you for your continued support in protecting the reputation of Everton football clubs and for your support in improving the game experience for all.

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