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Burnley Football Club was founded in May 1882 in Burnley, Lancashire England. From the beginning the club only played friendly games but in 1885 they entered the FA-Cup for the first time.
Burnley, or Clarets as they are also called, is one of the twelve members that founded the Football League in 1888.

Some of the clubs greatest moments are the FA-Cup win in 1914 and the two Community Shield wins in 1969 and 1973. They also managed to grab a quarter-final spot in the European Cup in 1961.

The team has since 1883, played their home games at Turf Moor, before that, they resided on Calder Vale.

Stadium:Turf Moor
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Burnley Overview

Full Name: Burnley Football Club
Nickname: The Clarets
Founded: 18 May 1882
Stadium: Turf Moor
   
Chairman: Michael Garlick
Manager: Sean Dyche
Head Coach: Unai Emery
Assistant manager: Ian Woan
First-team coach: Tony Loughlan

Burnley Squad

Goalkeeper

#Player Appearances
1engNick Pope0029
15nirBailey Peacock-Farrell000
20engJoe Hart007
30engAdam Legzdins000

Defender

Forward

#Player Appearances
9nzlChris Wood11126
10autAshley Barnes6019
19engJay Rodriguez5028
27czeMatej Vydra2113

Burnley Stats

Player Stats , Premier League (as of 2019-09-06)

Top Scorers    
  1. Ashley Barnes 36 Goals
  2. Chris Wood 20 Goals
  3. Sam Vokes 17 Goals
Most Wins    
  1. Ashley Barnes 39 matches
  2. Ben Mee 37 matches
  3. James Tarowski 34 matches
Most appearences    
  1. Ashley Barnes 140 matches
  2. Ben Mee 134 matches
  3. Sam Vokes 102 matches

Honours

  • First Division/Premier League (Tier 1)
    Winners: 1920–21, 1959–60, Runners–up: 1919–20, 1961–62
  • Second Division/First Division/Championship (Tier 2)
    Winners: 1897–98, 1972–73, 2015–16, Promoted: 1912–13, 1946–47, 2013–14, Play–off winners: 2008–09
  • Third Division/Second Division/League One (Tier 3)
    Winners: 1981–82, Promoted: 1999–2000, Play–off winners: 1993–94
  • Fourth Division/Third Division/League Two (Tier 4)
    Winners: 1991–92
  • FA Cup
    Winners: 1913–14, Runners–up: 1946–47, 1961–62, Third: 1973–74
  • FA Charity Shield
    Winners: 1960 (shared), 1973, Runners–up: 1921
  • Anglo–Scottish Cup
    Winners: 1978–79
  • Lancashire Senior Cup (nowadays for reserve teams)
    Winners: 1889–90, 1914–15, 1949–50, 1951–52, 1959–60, 1960–61, 1961–62, 1964–65, 1965–66, 1969–70, 1971–72, 1992–93

Stadium

Turf Moor: 21,944
Attendance record:  21,870 v Manchester United (24 April 2017)
Built: 1883
Pitch size: 105m x 68m
Stadium address:  Turf Moor, Harry Potts Way, Burnley, Lancashire, BB10 4BX

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Burnley Results

(2020-03-21)
Premier League
Turf Moor

(2020-03-14)
Premier League
Etihad Stadium

(2020-03-07)
Premier League
Turf Moor

(2020-02-29)
Premier League
St. James’ Park

(2020-02-22)
Premier League
Turf Moor

(2020-02-15)
Premier League
St. Mary´s Stadium

(2020-02-02)
Premier League
Turf Moor

(2020-01-22)
Premier League
Old Trafford

(2020-01-19)
Premier League
Turf Moor

(2020-01-11)
Premier League
Stamford Bridge

(2020-01-01)
Premier League
Turf Moor

(2019-12-28)
Premier League
Turf Moor

(2019-12-26)
Premier League
Goodison Park

(2019-12-21)
Premier League
Vitality Stadium

(2019-12-14)
Premier League
Turf Moor

(2019-12-07)
Premier League
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

(2019-12-03)
Premier League
Turf Moor

(2019-11-30)
Premier League
Turf Moor

(2019-11-23)
Premier League
Vicarage Road

(2019-11-09)
Premier League
Turf Moor

(2019-11-02)
Premier League
Bramall Lane

(2019-10-26)
Premier League
Turf Moor

(2019-10-19)
Premier League
King Power Stadium

(2019-10-05)
Premier League
Turf Moor

(2019-09-28)
Premier League
Villa Park

(2019-09-21)
Premier League
Turf Moor

(2019-09-14)
Premier League
Amex Stadium

(2019-08-31)
Premier League
Turf Moor

(2019-08-25)
Premier League
Molineux Stadium

(2019-08-17)
Premier League
Emirates Stadium

(2019-08-10)
Premier League
Turf Moor

Burnley Fixtures

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