All the information for Reds fans heading to Turf Moor tomorrow night.

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

Phone numbers

General information: 01282 446 800

Downloadable guides for visiting fans contain information on match days at Turf Moor, including the services we offer, travel information and directions.

We are currently working on updating our downloadable matchday guides. In the meantime, please email [email protected] if you have any specific questions.

Itinerary by road

From the East: Leave the M65 at Junction 12 and follow signs for ‘Burnley North A682’, go through two roundabouts and enter Colne Road. After 2.5 km turn left at the traffic lights onto Casterton Avenue. After another half mile, continue straight through another roundabout, follow signs for ‘Rochdale A6114’, into Eastern Avenue. After 2.5 km you will be on Belvedere Road and the stadium is there.

From the west: Leave the M65 motorway at Junction 9 (signposted Halifax A679) and turn right at the first roundabout, over the motorway. Go to the second roundabout and turn left, still following signs for Halifax and Accrington Road. After ¾ of a mile turn right at the traffic lights onto Rossendale Road. Continue for another 1.5 miles then continue straight through the traffic lights onto Glen View Road. After another mile turn left into Todmorden Road where you will find Turf Moor at the foot of the hill.

From the North and South: Leave the M6 ​​at Junction 29 and join the M65. Leave the M65 at Junction 10 and follow signs for ‘Towneley Hall’. This road eventually passes through Turf Moor.

Parking – costs shown are correct at time of publishing, we advise you check before you travel

Parking restrictions: Most of the surrounding streets have parking restrictions on match days (Saturday, Sunday and Tuesday), so visiting supporters are advised to use the adjoining cricket club (charges may apply) or one of the following car parks:

Burnley Football Club are delighted to partner with EST Car Park to provide bookable parking options for home game days here at Turf Moor. Click here for more information.

Woodgrove car park

Towneley Park, BB11 3RQ Capacity: 200 cars Advantage: Close to the field, 5 minutes walk, lit. Cost £5.

Downtown car parks

Millennium NCP, Brown Street, BB11 1PZ. Capacity: 500 cars Advantage: Location in the town centre, close to all shops and fast food. 8 minutes walk from the stadium. Cost £3.

Deanmill Car Park (Plumb Street), BB11 3AG. Capacity: 100 cars Advantage: Close to the stadium, new, secure, well-lit car park. 4 minutes walk from the stadium. Cost £4.

Aircelle Ltd, Bancroft Ave, BB10 2TQ. Capacity: 275 cars Advantage: Far from downtown traffic, close to the highway after the game in front of the traffic. 15 minute walk or hop on the local bus (3 minute ride). Cost £3.

Public transport

Train: The nearest station is Burnley Manchester Road. From here 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 field is on your left.

From Burnley Central follow the signs for the city center and then head left towards the bus station. From there walk down Yorkshire Street and follow the directions above.

Bus lines: The bus station is located relatively low to the ground, just off Centenary Way. Exit the station and walk to the Gala Bingo Hall opposite. Use the underground path, then head under the aqueduct on Yorkshire Street and follow the directions above.

Disabled supporters

All information for disabled supporters can be found on our website here Disabled supporter and accessibility information

Tour of fan facilities

Information for visiting supporters can be found in our Visiting Supporters Guide which is currently being redesigned, if you have any questions please contact our Supporter Liaison Officer at [email protected]

Local points of interest

Burnley is surrounded by rolling hills and moorland and is situated on the edge of an area of ​​outstanding natural beauty. You can stroll through Towneley Hall with characters from the past, or take part in fun runs through Padiham Greenway, catch theatrical performances at The Mechanics and in the park or visit exhibitions of sculptures or paintings at Gawthorpe Hall.

The iconic Singing Ringing Tree which towers above Burnley on Crown Point Moor and has been named one of the top 10 works of sound art in the world. Splendid views over the city and the hills beyond make a visit for a closer inspection of this stunning work of art an absolute must.

For more information on where to stay and things to do in Burnley, please visit www.visitlancashire.com

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