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Burnley historic record
Burnley’s Premier League exploits saw them finish seventh in the standings in 2018, leading to qualification for the Uefa Europa League qualifiers.
Continental football wasn’t kind to the Clarets, though, leading to a battle on the log for their EPL survival the following season.
They had twice before competed on the European stage, reaching the European Cup quarter-finals in 1960-61.
The north west club have yo-yo’d between the top two tiers of English soccer in recent years, dropping out of the Premier League in 2010 and 2015 before their shock lofty 2018 finish in the table.
Burnley were twice winners of the top division before the advent of the EPL, being crowned domestic champions in 1921 and 1960.
They have also been champions of the second tier on three occasions, most recently on their comeback to the top flight in 2016.
The Clarets were also winners of the FA Cup in 1914.
About Burnley FC
Burnley Football Club play in the English Premier League as one of England’s oldest soccer clubs, having been founded in 1882.
Twice English champions in the past, the Clarets made a name for themselves as one of the EPL’s toughest opponents on their return to the top flight under boss Sean Dyche.
The Clarets play their football at their atmospheric Turf Moor stadium, their home for their entire history.
Burnley fans have found Premier League rivalries hard to find, with local clubs Blackburn and Bolton having fallen on hard times in Lancashire.
But the Clarets have flown the football flag for the north west with qualification for the Uefa Europa League the reward for an outstanding 2017/18 EPL season.
With the 2019/20 campaign heralding a fourth successive Premier League season for Burnley, they went into it looking to cement their place as top flight regulars at the third time of asking.