1.2m fans
Ranked: 18th in Premier League

Burnley have an impressive history, glorious even. After starting out as a Rugby club they played their first competitive game of football in 1882. They were one of the founding members of the Football League in 1888 and have twice been champions of England as well as collecting the FA Cup in 1914.

In over a century of football Burnley have had their share of prmotion and relegation dramas but may now be settled in the Premiership for a few seasons.

Nicknamed the 'Clarets', they owe their club colours to a decision made in 1910 to look a bit Aston Villa, 100 years later they still do.

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The Burnley Squad

1. Joe Hart Burnley 1.9m fans 680.0
2. Aaron Lennon Burnley 1.4m fans 649.3
3. Steven Defour Burnley 695.7k fans 568.9
4. Georges-Kevin Nkoudou Burnley 407.5k fans 502.4
5. Jeff Hendrick Burnley 108.1k fans 370.8
6. Ben Gibson Burnley 112.2k fans 345.9
7. Jóhann Guðmundsson Burnley 77.4k fans 341.9
8. Jack Cork Burnley 98.0k fans 329.1
9. Chris Wood Burnley 78.6k fans 328.4
10. Jonathan Walters Burnley 81.0k fans 303.5
11. Nahki Wells Burnley 41.1k fans 260.4
12. Matej Vydra Burnley 46.5k fans 246.4
13. Charlie Taylor Burnley 46.2k fans 245.0
14. James Tarkowski Burnley 35.3k fans 216.5
15. Nick Pope Burnley 15.4k fans 206.3
16. Adam Legzdins Burnley 15.5k fans 149.9
17. Robbie Brady Burnley 7.2k fans 144.8
18. Thomas Heaton Burnley 11.2k fans 131.6
19. Kevin Long Burnley 4.2k fans 128.7
20. Sam Vokes Burnley 1.4k fans 125.1
21. Fredrik Ulvestad Burnley 5.0k fans 106.0
22. Vinnie Steels Burnley 1.8k fans 77.5
23. Stephen Ward Burnley 18 fans 60.7
24. Ben Mee Burnley 734 fans 60.7
25. Ashley Barnes Burnley 605 fans 59.3
26. Ashley Westwood Burnley 342 fans 52.7
27. Phillip Bardsley Burnley 238 fans 47.6
28. Matthew Lowton Burnley 76 fans 39.5

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Burnley fight back to beat Fulham without a shot on target

Burnley moved further clear of the Premier League relegation zone with a 2-1 home win over Fulham, who conceded two own goals in a three-minute spell

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored twice and Alex Iwobi added a third as Arsenal claimed a 3-1 win over Burnley despite Ashley Barnes’s consolation goal

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