BURNLEY have received an initial allocation of 800 tickets for their Europa League play-off round first leg with with Olympiakos in Greece next week.

Jack Cork's goal sent the Clarets through on Thursday night and the countdown is now on for the trip to Athens on Thursday to face the Greek giants.

The game will kick-off at 7pm UK time, 9pm local time, on Thursday, August 23, and tickets are £15 for all age groups.

Tickets go on sale online tonight (Friday) from 5.30pm to season ticket holders with 5,000 points. From 12.30pm tomorrow (Saturday) tickets are on sale season tickets holders with 3,000 points.

At 4pm on Sunday tickets are on sale to all season ticket holders and tickets go on general sale from 9.15am on Monday morning.

A club spokesman said: "When purchasing tickets you will be prompted to provide proposed travel arrangements as well as your passport number. This is mandatory, any supporters not filling in this information risk having their ticket cancelled.

"All tickets must be collected from the Divani Caravel Hotel (Athina 161 21), along with your passport. No tickets will be released without your passport being shown. Collection times will be released in due course.

"Supporters are encouraged to meet at Magemenos Avlos Aminta 4, (Athina 166 35) where there is a small number of bars. Transport for supporters has been arranged by the club, and coaches will be provided from outside the iconic Panathenaic Stadium (a ten minute walk from Magemenos Avlos).

"Coaches will take supporters to the Karaiskakis Stadium for the match, and then return after the final whistle. Specific times of departure will be released in due course.

"There will be no official club travel for the game in Athens. The logistics and cost involved with organising travel means that the club and its travel partner, Thomas Cook, are unable to provide a product that we are both happy to offer to supporters."

The club are currently planning to arrange a beam back of the game in the fanzone at Turf Moor.