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Burnley Tickets

Burnley has a large and passionate fan base, and tickets can be hard to obtain. Away tickets are also difficult to get since most are reserved for home fans. 

You can buy tickets for both Burnley home and away matches using the links below from our trusted retailers. 

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How to Buy Burnley Tickets: Home and Away

Buy Burnley tickets with Ticket Compare. Use the table above to select a match, then compare prices from our trusted sellers. Buying tickets for Premier League games can be difficult. Read on for answers to frequently asked questions about how to buy Burnley tickets.


How Much are Burnley Tickets?

The status of the opponent and the location of your seat will influence the price of the ticket. But match day tickets are difficult to get, even with a membership. Ticket Compare can ensure you get the tickets to your chosen game and avoid disappointment. 

How Much is a Burnley Season Ticket?

Season ticket prices can vary depending on where in the stadium you're sat. The cheapest tickets are around £365 for the North East Stand Corner (Platform and Level 1) and South East Stand Corner (Level 0). The most expensive tickets are £590, for seats in the Bob Lord Stand and North Stand Upper.

Can You Get Burnley Tickets Without a Membership?

Depending on the game and availability, non-members may get the opportunity to purchase a ticket, however, they might be difficult to acquire. Even if you are a member, there is no guarantee that you’ll get one. You can get hold of match-day tickets on Ticket Compare. 

About Burnley

Burnley FC is a historic English football club located in Burnley, Lancashire. The club was founded in 1882, and was one of the first teams to become professional in 1883. Burnley compete in the Premier League, the top tier of English football, after gaining promotion in 2023. Nicknamed 'the Clarets', Burnley play in claret and blue strips for their home matches.

Stadium Information

Burnley have played at Turf Moor stadium since 1883, and it is the second-longest used ground in English football. The site of Turf Moor has been used for sports since as early as 1843, when it was occupied by Burnley Cricket Club.  Turf Moor has a rich history, and was the first football ground to be visited by a member of the Royal Family, in 1886. It's seen many updates and refurbishments over the years, and is now comprised of four stands: the Bob Lord Stand, the Cricket Field Stand, the North Stand and the Jimmy Mcllory Stand. Turf Moor has a capacity of 21,944 and is located on Harry Potts Way (named after the legendary Burnley manager). Turf Moor is a 15-minute walk from Burnley city centre, and is clearly signposted. You can also reach it by public transport, including buses and trains. The nearest station is Burnley Manchester Road.  The address is 52-56 Harry Potts Way, Burnley, BB10 4BX

Honours and Trophies

Burnley have won the FA Cup once (1913-14), the FA Charity Shield twice (1960 and 1973) and have been champions of England twice (1920-21 and 1959-60). The club are also one of only five English teams to have won all four professional divisions of English football (alongside Wolverhampton Wanderers, Preston North End, Sheffield United and Portsmouth).

Team Information

Many legendary players have donned the Burnley strip over the years, and are still seen as heroes to the fans. One of the most memorable players is George Beel, who played for the club from 1923 until 1932. Beel still holds the title of Burnley’s top scorer, and is widely regarded as the best centre forward in the club’s history.  England national team player Kieran Trippier is another Burnley hero. Trippier signed for the club in 2011 on a season-long loan, which was made permanent in 2012. He was named in the Championship PFA Team of the Year for two consecutive seasons, and in 2014 he secured promotion with Burnley to the Premier League. Another key team member was Tom Heaton, who moved to Burnley in 2019, and made a big impact during his time there. The goalkeeper was voted by his teammates as Burnley's Players' Player of the Year.  Other noteworthy Burnley legends include Ben Mee, Ralph Coates, Jay Rodriguez and Leighton James.


Burnley's main rivals are nearby team Blackburn Rovers, with whom they oppose in the East Lancashire derby. Also known as the 'Cotton Mills derby', both teams are founder members of the Football League, and have won the First Division and the FA Cup.