Burnley Football Club has sold out of tickets for home fans in the David Fishwick Stand for the Championship game against MK Dons on Tuesday night.
The club would like to thank you for your support of this initiative and we ask that you sit in the seat you have been allocated and speak to the nearest steward if you have any issues.
IMPORTANT: Home fans who are located in this stand for tonight's game should use turnstiles 44-47. These turnstiles will not be opening until 6.45pm, so please do not arrive before this time.
These turnstiles can be reached via Ormerod Yard, or through the North East (main) car park (the David Fishwick end of the James Hargreaves Stand).
Please also be aware that is it a sell-out in this area, so arrive as early as possible, given the guidelines above.
We also remind supporters that this initiative is, at present, still a trial.
Supporters initially asked the club to consider housing home fans in this stand and as such, we respectfully ask that you behave in an appropriate manner, or risk losing the opportunity to do so for future fixtures.
Chief executive David Baldwin said: “It’s excellent to see a full section of home fans in the David Fishwick stand and I feel sure you will raise the roof in cheering the team on.
“We will review the success of the operation and the safety of all supporters at this game and if all goes well we would hope to announce further opportunities for home supporters to cheer on the boys from behind that goal.
“I would therefore appeal to all who are in that stand to represent the club in a positive manner.”
A review will take place following the fixture and we welcome all feedback on your experience, via email@example.com.