The Singapore Tour Details
The full itinerary for the Tour is as follows:
Tue July 20: v Gombak United at the Bukit Gombak Stadium (5pm KO)
Thu July 22: v Home United at Tampines Stadium (5pm KO)
Sat July 24: FIS Asian Challenge Cup v Singapore Asian Games squad at Jalan Besar Stadium (7.30pm KO)
It should be noted that the domestic Singapore league season is ongoing during this period so it has been decided that the first two friendlies will be played as behind-closed-door games. No tickets will be issued for these games.
Overseas Burnley fans though hoping to secure tickets for the matches will still be able to gain access to all three games by first registering their interest with Burnley Football Club.
Information required includes names and the number of tickets required.
Interested fans are asked to contact the Turf Moor ticket office on 0871 221 1914 (option 2) with these details.
Tickets for the FIS Asia Challenge Cup game at the 6,000-seater Jalan Besar Stadium will cost $20SGD (grandstand) and $15SGD (gallery).
Concessions apply for Senior Citizens, students and juniors.
The Singapore FA recommend fans request tickets for the grandstand, to enable the correct number of tickets to be put aside for collection on the evening.
New Physio Signs In
The club have appointed Alasdair Beattie as the club's new head physio to replace Andy Mitchell after he opted to leave Turf Moor earlier this summer.
Beattie joins the Clarets with a wealth of top-class football experience.
The 43-year-old previously spent over a decade with Tottenham Hotspur and boasts an impressive CV which also includes a stint in the Premier League with Manchester City.
After a spell in the medical set-up of the armed forces, Beattie has joined Brian Laws' backroom staff ahead of the start of the new season.
Beattie will work with the Clarets' first team with the highly regarded Luke Bussey,
Clarets gaffer, Brian Laws said:
'Alasdair is highly qualified and has a lot of experience at the top level of the game.
'He will be an excellent addition to the staff. The players will be in good hands and we are delighted to have him with us.'
Beattie has already worked with a number of the players during the summer and was on duty when the Clarets started pre-season training this week.