Tranmere Rovers: Club Profile
We first came across Tranmere Rovers during the 2011-2 League One campaign, before both of us were relegated two seasons later. It was almost weird how we did things in an awkward sense of tandem back then. Unlike Rovers, however, we didn’t then fall straight through League Two and into the Conference; the 2018-9 campaign seeing them back in the League after a three-year absence. And it was against us they kicked off their return…
Tranmere Rovers: Record vs Boro'
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Tranmere Rovers: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Saturday 09 February 2019
Saturday 04 August 2018
Friday 03 April 2015
Saturday 01 November 2014
Saturday 08 March 2014
Saturday 07 September 2013
Sunday 24 March 2013
Saturday 24 November 2012
Friday 06 April 2012
Saturday 17 December 2011
Players For Us... and Them
Tranmere Rovers Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
For fans with a disability or impairment, you could qualify for a concession ticket if you are currently receiving either the medium or higher rate of Disability Living Allowance – or PIP equivalent. Your ticket will also come with free access for a carer or personal assistant.
There are facilities for both ambulant disabled fans and wheelchair users. The former will be accommodated in the Cowshed, while wheelchair users can make use of the spaces in the Bebington Paddock.
Fans with disabilities must book their tickets in advance – as well as any parking that’ll be required. To do this or for more details, contact the club ticket office on 03330 144452 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
The club now has a Fan Park experience open outside the Main Stand on matchdays and away fans are welcome to visit. It shows live football, serves street food and offers a large bar too. Part of it is covered if the weather is dire too.
Just across the road from the away end, however, is Prenton Park Hotel and it normally proves popular with home and away fans.
Tranmere Rovers Travel Information – Distance: 196 miles
Leaving Stevenage, head for the M1 and join the northbound carriageway. At Junction 19, bear left onto the M6 and continue your journey towards the north west. Either follow the old motorway or the newer M6 Toll to see yourself past Birmingham.
Exiting the M6 at Junction 20, join the westbound M56 towards Chester and North Wales. The next step is to take the M56 north towards Ellesmere Port and Birkenhead for 10-or-so miles. Leave the motorway at Junction 4 for the A5137 for Heswall/Bebington.
At the roundabout, take the fourth exit and head onto the Mount Rd/B5151 for Tranmere. Go through two roundabouts and – when Mount Road becomes Storeton Road – go right into Prenton Road West. The ground is on the right; signs saying as much beforehand.
At the ground, you can book a space in the club’s car park in advance – or try your luck on the day. It costs £5 per car or £10 per minibus/coach. To book your space in advance, call 03330 144 452 or email email@example.com.
There’s also street parking available nearby – but do be aware of any restrictions that may catch you out and land you with a nasty ticket.
Station: BIRKENHEAD CENTRAL
Services to: LIVERPOOL LIME STREET (for LONDON EUSTON)
It’s a 20-25 minute walk from the nearest station, Birkenhead Central – though Rock Ferry is also listed as being just as close. Exit onto Argyle St/B5147 towards Helena Street and then turn right onto Pearson Rd/B5147.
Continue straight onto Church Rd/B5148 for more than half a mile. Turn right for Prenton Rd E. Soon after, it’s a left turn onto Borough Road and the ground should be ahead.