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Turf Moor, Harry Potts Way, Burnley, BB10 4BX. Capacity: 22,546

Ticket Info

Call Palace Box Office 08712 00 00 71.

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By Coach

Call Palace Box Office 08712 00 00 71.

By Car

Exit M65 at junction 10 (s/p Burnley, Clitheroe A671) and take the 5th exit (s/p Burnley A671). This is shortly followed by another roundabout (by a Little Chef) where you turn left onto Westway.

At the lights turn right (s/p Burnley FC) into Trafalgar St. At the double roundabout at the bottom follow signs for A671 (towards Rochdale) onto A682 Centenary Way.

At the next roundabout turn right (third exit) onto A671 Yorkshire street and follow the road under Culver Bridge and through the traffic lights into Brunshaw Road for the ground or turn left into Belvedere Rd for away parking.

Parking
A car park is designated for away fans at the cricket ground right by the ground. Otherwise, it's parking in nearby roads like Church Street.

By Train

Nearest Station
There are two stations both within walking distance.

Burnley Central - around a mile away from stadium. Turn right down Railway Street. Turn left, after the Town Centre pedestrian sign, down a pathway through a retail park and down steps to main road.

Turn left, and after 1/3 mile, passing Higher Education Centre on right, turn right into Church Street. Turn left in front of a hotel into Ormerod Road. Past park gates and right at crossroads into Belvedere Road. Path to away turnstiles is on left after ˝ a mile.

From Burnley Manchester Road head towards the roundabout and turn left onto Centenary Way.

At the next roundabout turn right (third exit) onto A671 Yorkshire street and follow the road under Culver Bridge and through the traffic lights into Brunshaw Road for the ground.

Check train times and tickets at The Trainline. For more information, call National Rail Enquiries on 08457 48 49 50.

Turf Moor Photos

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Where to Eat?

Many burger vans surround the stadium and there is a McDonald's and Burger King in the town centre, which is about 15 min walk away.

Near the ground, the Park View Chippie & Café (Higgins Road) is so popular, the queues go right round the corner. Or try the Clarets Sandwich Bar or the Mercury Tavern (corner of Todmorden Road) for some decent sandwiches.

A few eateries are located in Yorkshire Street. Food inside the ground is not recommended.

Where to Drink?

Local pubs are not recommended for safety reasons. But try the Burnley Cricket Club (next to the ground), which also does food on match days.

The Queen Victoria is also popular with away fans with families and is located on Belvedere Road - about 10min walk from the ground.

Five minutes from the ground is the Sparrow Hawk Hotel serving decent food and beer. While on Yorkshire Street is the 110 Club.

Hide your colours if drinking in the town centre.

What's their ground like?

Half of Turf Moor looks like Villa Park as it has two superb claret and blue two-tiered stands - one behind the goal, the other along the pitch.

Palace fans will be seated behind the goal in the David Fishwick Stand -formerly the Cricket Field Stand - which holds 4,125.

What do they sing?

No Nay Never, No Nay Never No More, Till we play Bas*ard Rovers No Never, No More

Songs to sing back

We love you Blackburn, we do!

Who do they hate?

Blackburn Rovers, Preston North End and Bolton Wanderers.

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