Burnley fans returned to cheer on their team and were given the chance to say thank you to the NHS.
Burnley gave 3,500 fans free admission to the club's last home match of the season - and helped out the NHS - as a thank you for their ongoing support during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ten thousand supporters who retained their season tickets for 2020/21, and had renewed for 2021/22, were eligible to enter a ballot for a free ticket to watch the Liverpool fixture on 19 May.
Fans who were successful in the ballot were then encouraged to make a donation to the NHS following its extraordinary efforts throughout the pandemic.
Chairman Alan Pace said: "This fixture is an opportunity to reward our loyal season-ticket holders who have shown incredible support to the club throughout the pandemic.
"If supporters are able to, the club is encouraging successful applications in the ballot to consider making a donation to the NHS charities."