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games and concerts at Turf Moor

Find the best places to park at Turf Moor for Burnley Football Club matches and concerts

Since 2022, BigParking has provided parking for fans visiting Turf Moor on Matchdays, also using the land for parking for Concerts and Events.

 

Whilst there is onsite parking, this is limited and available by permit only.

 

BigParking's safe and secure offsite parking locations can be pre-booked online or over the phone from £10 at www.thebigparking.co.uk or by calling 024 7538 6631

 

Turf Moor, the home of Burnley Football Club, or by their nickname The Clarets, since 1883, is located in Burnley, Lancashire, England. It is the second-longest continuously used stadium in English professional football. Burnley's Stadium is positioned on Harry Potts Way - named after the manager who led the club to victory in the 1959/60 First Division.

 

In 1886, Turf Moor became the first football ground to be visited by a member of the Royal Family, when Prince Albert Victor attended the Burnley vs Bolton Wanderers Friendly. It then hosted its first Football League match in October 1888, with Fred Poland scoring the first league goal there. The stadium's capacity is 21,944, but in 1924 a record attendance of 54,775 spectators was set.

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Attending a match or concert at Turf Moor
Here's all the Travel and Safety information you need to know!

Driving to Turf MoorFrom the East: Exit the m56 at Junction 12 and follow signs detailing ‘Burnley North A682’, over two roundabouts and into Colne Road. After 1.5 miles, turn left at the lights onto Casterton Avenue, then go straight at the roundabout, and follow signs for ‘Rochdale A6114’ onto Eastern Avenue. After another 1.5 miles, you will reach Belvedere Road where the stadium is located.

From the West: Exit the M56 at Junction 9 (Halifax A679) and turn right at the first roundabout you come to. At the next one, take a left onto Accrington Road, then after 3⁄4 of a mile, turn right at the set of lights onto Rossendale Road. Continue for 1.5 miles, go straight through the traffic lights onto Glen View Road. After 1 mile, turn left onto Todmorden Road, and Turf Moor will be located at the bottom of the hill.

From the North and South: Exit the M6 at Junction 29, and head onto the M65. Take the exit of the M65 at Junction 10 and follow signs for ‘Towneley Hall’, this road will end up passing by Turf Moor.

Matchday parking at Turf MoorTurf Moor is located in a busy residential area, and parking around the ground is restricted on matchdays.

Pre-booking Burnley parking online is essentially for those unfamiliar with the area

Park at Burnley Masonic HallFans Travelling to Turf Moor via car can prebook parking at Burnley Masonic Hall (Nelson House)

Just a short walk from the stadium and located outside of the matchday traffic management restrictions this car park provides the ideal balance of short final walk to the stadium and quick escape after the game.

Matchday Parking can be prebooked at www.burnleyfcparking.co.uk

Park at St Mary's Roman Catholic Primary SchoolPopular with Home and Away fans for its accessibility and location, parking is available to prebook at St Mary's Roman Catholic Primary School. Parking revenue is shared with the community 

It's Located a Short walk from Turf Moor. There are numerous Burger vans, Programme Sellers and Merchandise Peddlars on the quick walk to Turf Moor.

Parking costs £10 per car and can be pre-booked at burnleyfcparking.co.uk

Food and Drink Prices in AnfieldInside Anfield, a pint of lager is around £4.40 and a pie will cost a visiting fan £3.40. There are plenty of food and drink outlets both inside and surrounding the Stadium.

Getting the Bus to AnfieldBe sure to allocate ample time since buses tend to fill up quickly on matchdays, and traffic can be dense.

Departing from Liverpool City Centre, you can opt for the special 917 bus designated for matchdays, offering direct transport to the stadium. Alternatively, if you prefer shorter queues, the 26 departing from Liverpool ONE bus station might be slightly less crowded.

For additional options, you can catch the 17 from Queen’s Square or, depending on your starting point in the city, connect with the 27, 68, 14, or 19, all of which have stops within walking distance of Anfield.

Getting the Train to AnfieldClose to Anfield, there are a couple of stations available, but the one most commonly utilised by visitors is Sandhills, situated 1.3 miles west of the stadium, approximately a 30-minute walk away.

Away Fan PubsThe Arkles (L4 0TJ) serves as the designated pub for away fans. Arrive ahead of time to secure a spot, as it tends to fill up quickly, often with queues forming outside. Another option, the 'Flat Iron' (L4 0SZ), is just a brief five-minute walk away. While predominantly frequented by Liverpool supporters, the bars cater to a mixed crowd, ensuring a welcoming and convivial atmosphere.

Frequently Asked Questions about Anfield

Where is the best place to park at Anfield?The best place to park at Anfield is any of the sites operated by BigParking. Located just a short walk away through Stanley Park. They are conveniently located for quick access and quick dispatch post-game. Parking can be booked at www.thebigparking.co.uk

Where is the traffic exclusion zone around Anfield?Currently, Anfield Road is shut down between Skerries Road and Alroy Road due to the ongoing Anfield Road Expansion project. Pedestrians and matchday attendees will be redirected into Stanley Park via Dahlia Walk as an alternate route connecting Alroy Road and Arkles Lane. To assist residents, suitable wayfinding signage has been set up for guidance.

Additionally, Walton Breck Road will be inaccessible for 90 minutes before the match and 60 minutes after (or earlier if safety permits reopening).

Can you park at Anfield?
Onsite parking is limited to permit holders only. 

What time do the players arrive at Anfield?Normally, the bus arrives at Anfield approximately 75 minutes prior to kickoff. Our recommendation is to arrive about 90 minutes before kickoff if you aim to catch sight of the players arriving.

Can you use cash at Anfield?Anfield is a Cashless Stadium

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