Tranmere Rovers: Club Profile

Us and Rovers first met in League One during the 2011-2 season, before being relegated together two seasons later. Unlike them, however, we didn’t drop 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…

Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
10 2 5 3 13 17 -4 11 20%

* league points only


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

Lucas Akins Profile
Gavin Allen Profile
Michael Blackwood Profile
Ryan Brunt Profile
Ben Chorley Profile
Armand Gnanduillet Profile
Danny Johnson Profile
Guy Madjo Profile
Jennison Myrie-Williams Profile
James Wallace Profile
Calvin Zola Profile

Ground Information

Away Supporters' Stand:
Cowshed


Facilities for Disabled Fans:
Disabled supporters are charged at a discounted rate of £6, with carers admitted free of charge, subject to the presentation of a DLA award letter at the Ticket Office. This is applicable to ambulant disabled fans and wheelchair users. Six car parking spaces are available to purchase on the day.

For more details, contact Steve Johnson/the club ticket office on 0871 221 2001


Pre-Match Pintage:
A beer can be purchased in the away end at Prenton Park, although the Prenton Park Hotel is situated not too far away from the away fans'' turnstile and appears popular with the travelling support. Other watering holes can be found within walking distance.

Travel Information – Distance: 196 miles

By Road:
After leaving Stevenage, head towards 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 will be to take the northbound M56 for Ellesmere Port and Birkenhead for around 10 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, turn right into Prenton Road West. The ground will be visible on the right hand side, with signs saying as much beforehand.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


Parking:
The stadium does provide a car park, but don't stake your chances on getting in. And be wary of residents' parking schemes on the surrounding streets in order to keep your nose clean too. Instead, a sports ground on Borough Road has parking that costs £3.


By Rail:
Station: BIRKENHEAD CENTRAL
Services to: LIVERPOOL LIME STREET (for LONDON EUSTON)

It'll be a 20-25 minute walk from the nearest station, Birkenhead Central (although Rock Ferry is also listed as being similarly as close). Exit the station 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, before turning right onto Prenton Rd E. Soon after, it's a left turn onto Borough Road and the ground should appear in front of you.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner