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28 April 2016

Tranmere Rovers v Grimsby Town - Saturday 30th April, kick-off 5.30pm.

TOWN fans will be housed in the affectionately named Cowshed Stand at one end of the stadium. The only connection with a real cowshed is the name, as the fairly new covered, all seated stand, has good facilities and unhindered views of the pitch.

Merseyside Police will be welcoming supporters from Grimsby and have asked that supporters arrive in good time as a joint stewarding and policing operation is on place. 

As a condition of entry, thorough searching will take place at the turnstiles, which may delay entry, so early arrival will avoid any disappointment. Thank you for your help with the day and we look forward to seeing you there. PC Paul Hurrell.

We have been allocated up to 2000 tickets for this final game of the season. Tickets are now available on the day from Prenton Park.

Ticket Prices

Prices Adults £17
Senior Citizens (65+) £10
Young Adults (17-22) £10
Children (16 & under) £5
Accompanied Children (11 & Under) £2

How to get there.

By Car

From M6/M56 join the M53 and exit at Junction 4 and take the B5151 Mount Road from the fourth exit of the roundabout (the ground is signposted from here). After two and a half miles when Mount Road becomes Storeton Road, turn right at the traffic lights (there is a church on the far right hand corner) into Prenton Road West and the ground is down this road on the right hand side.

There is a car park at the ground, otherwise, street parking, but beware that there is a strict local residents parking scheme in operation around Prenton Park. Further along Borough Road, going past the Kop Stand, is a sports ground which has parking spaces costing £3 per car. You can also park at the Birch Tree pub, which is next to the stadium. It costs £5, but this is refunded inside against the purchase price of food and drink.

Post Code for SAT NAV: CH42 9PY

By Train

The closest railway stations are Rock Ferry and Birkenhead Central, both served by Liverpool Lime Street. Both stations are a fair walk from the ground. 

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