The Clarets are back in the Premier League and Football Ticket Pad customers can purchase their Burnley tickets for their matches in the Premier League, FA Cup and EFL Cup this season.
The one time FA Cup winners have one of the smallest squads in the top flight but they have a massive local following full of passion which makes a trip to Turf Moor very entertaining. Burnley tickets are difficult to obtain but we can supply customers with seats for some of the biggest Burnley matches in 2016/17 to mark their return to the top flight. Whether it be in the home end, away section or VIP Hospitality, look no further than Football Ticket Pad - The UK’s leading online ticketing platform!
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Turf Moor is a old traditional English style ground which holds over 22,500 fans. It has been the home of The Clarets since 1883 and is full of history and character. The stadium did undergo a revamp in the mid 1990’s to the two tiered Jimmy McIlroy Stand and James Hargreaves Stand. However, the dated David Fishwick Stand and Bob Lord Stand are both single tiered.
The Stadium can be found on Harry Potts Way right in the heart of the city and their loyal supporters create a real raucous atmosphere on matchday. Football Ticket Pad has a limited selection of Burnley tickets for the 2016/17 season, including tickets for some of their biggest matches against the likes of Manchester United, Manchester City and Liverpool. Home tickets and away tickets are available at Turf Moor from Football Ticket Pad, as well as a choice of VIP Hospitality tickets. Below is a guide to our ticket categories listed on our site for each match:
Turf Moor Seating
Longside Upper: Seats in the upper tier of the James Hargreaves Stand which runs along the touchline at Turf Moor. The stands are packed in tight to the playing surface and Longside Upper seats offer a panoramic birdseye view of the action below and clear view of both ends of the pitch.
Longside Lower: These are the most sought after seats when our customers are searching for football tickets. They allow fans to be close to the pitch and offer a unique eye level view of the match. Longside Lower seats at Turf Moor can be found in the James Hargreaves Stand and Bob Lord Stand. There is a possibility of a few restricted views at Turf Moor due to supporting pillars in the Bob Lord Stand. Be sure to check with our ticket advisors when booking your seats with Football Ticket Pad!
Shortside Upper: Situated behind the goals it is here where fans can often experience the best atmosphere on matchdays. Shortside tickets are often the cheaper tickets and at Turf Moor they are located in the upper section of the Jimmy McIlroy Stand, above the Private Boxes and Hospitality Suites. These seats are totally unrestricted and can offer great views of the match.
Shortside Lower: Regarded as the cheapest tickets available, Shortside Lower tickets are hosted in the lower tier behind the goal in the Jimmy McIlroy Stand at Turf Moor. We don’t supply many Burnley tickets but when we do be quick to snap up Shortside Lower tickets if you are after a good atmosphere without being too much out of pocket.
VIP Hospitality: There are numerous Burnley hospitality tickets available with Football Ticket Pad at Turf Moor and if there is one package in particular that you are interested in, please contact us for more information. Whether it is The Hamburg Suite in the Jimmy McIlroy Stand behind the goal or the more contemporary Jimmy Adamson Suite, we will be more than happy to help you find the perfect matchday hospitality. We can also help with organising a Private Box at Turf Moor. If you are in a large group the James Hargreaves Suite is the perfect tickets housing up to twelve guests.
Away Section: Tickets in the Away Section are strictly for away fans only. Away seats are obviously a restricted allocation but at Football Ticket Pad we can supply tickets for travelling supporters looking to catch their side play at Turf Moor this season. Fans are seated in the David Fishwick Stand behind the goal and because they are allocated a full stand, Burnley can be a great away day trip!
Burnley FC Tickets
Season / Members Cards: These tickets are seats which belong to current Burnley FC members and season ticket holders who have made their seat(s) available for Burnley matches at Turf Moor for Football Ticket Pad. Your cards will act as your match ticket and they will be sent to you in the post 3-4 days prior to the game. Customers will be notified once their tickets have been dispatched and all cards must be returned in a pre-paid envelope after the match.
E-tickets: If you have purchased Burnley hospitality tickets you will receive your ticket in an e-ticket form which will be emailed to you by Football Ticket Pad. Customers can then present their e-ticket on their phone or tablet to gain entry to the stadium, or they can print off their e-ticket if they wish.
Paper Tickets: If the tickets you have bought are paper tickets we will send your tickets on the week of the fixture so that you receive your Burnley tickets 3-4 days prior to the match. All of our tickets carry a 100% guarantee and you must present your tickets on entry to the stadium where they will be scanned at the listed turnstile.
Burnley Last Season
Burnley sealed their promotion back to the Premier League at the first attempt as they were crowned 2015/16 Champions in the Championship. It was a phenomenal achievement once more as Sean Dyche defied the odds and went 23 matches undefeated. However, the most impressive fact was that Dyche only used 25 players for the whole season, with Andre Gray leading the scoring charts with an impressive 25 goals for The Clarets.
Despite failing to secure a win in their opening three matches, Burnley went on to lose only one of their next fifteen games which included impressive results against Sheffield Wednesday, Bolton Wanderers and local rivals Blackburn Rovers. However, following December defeats to Preston, Middlesbrough and Hull City, Burnley then remained unbeaten for the rest of the season, notching up fifteen wins and seven draws as the goals from Andre Gray and Sam Vokes propelled the Lancashire club to the top of the table to clinch automatic promotion to the top flight for the 2016/17 season.