GOAL music will be scrapped at Turf Moor this season after supporters voted in favour of putting an end to the celebratory tunes.

Over 1,700 fans voted in a poll on the club's official website, with 57.8 per cent voting for no music after goals, 38.6 per cent wanting to retain it, and 3.6 per cent saying they weren't bothered anyway.

That means the usual celebration music after a Burnley goal at Turf Moor will disappear for the 2016/17 Premier League season, with another vote taking place next summer, from which a long term decision will be made.

Votes on goal music at the home of the Clarets also took place in 2011, where 47.3 per cent of 1,205 polled were in favour, 33.3 per cent against and 19.2 per cent having no strong view.

Another poll took place in 2012, where 1,162 people took part with 44.7 per cent of fans wanting to retain the music, with 35.5 per cent against and 19.9 per cent having no preference.