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15 July 2019

Burnley Football Club is pleased to announce the launch of a Supporters’ Board to help strengthen the link with fans.

This new forum, comprised of senior club officials and a wide demographic of the fan base, will meet regularly to address a host of topics.

The primary aim is to offer a collective voice to supporters’ in relation to matters such as ticketing, the matchday experience, stadium facilities and developments, community engagements and many other initiatives.

Applications are now being invited for the Supporters’ Board, which will be headed up by Burnley FC CEO Dave Baldwin.

He said: “It has long been an aim of mine to engage with a broader audience, by putting together a consultation board made up of a diverse group of supporters’ that reflects, as widely as possible, our fan base.

“A club of our stature needs to give fans a collective voice, through a formal process, in which their ideas or concerns can be raised.

“This is the very start of that process and hopefully, in the very near future we can, together, improve the flow of communication and help to improve many aspects of the club and keep moving it forward.”

Applications for the Burnley Football Club Supporters’ Board are now open to all supporters. 

The club’s aim is to ensure the best possible representation for our wide and diverse fanbase, with a total of 21 representatives.

Anyone wishing to be considered for a place is asked to complete the attached application form.

This is available to download below as an editable PDF.

Download PDF (to be emailed to address below)

Hard copies of the form are available via the club’s main reception. These can be posted out on request.

Completed applications should be either emailed to or addressed to:

Supporters’ Board Applications, Burnley Football Club, Turf Moor, Harry Potts Way, Burnley, Lancashire, BB10 4BX.

Closing date for applications is Friday, August 9, 2019.

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