Address: Prenton Rd West, Birkenhead, CH42 9PY
Telephone: 0333 014 4452
Ticket Office: 0333 014 4452 (Option 1)
Prenton Park has been the home for Rovers since 1912, and has a capacity of 15,000.
Town fans will be housed in the Summit Marine Scaffolding Cowshed Stand. This seated and covered section has a capacity of 2,000.
Town fans should enter the stadium via turnstiles five, six, seven, eight and nine, located next to the traffic lights on Brough Road and Prenton Park West.
Adults (23-64) - £18
Seniors (65+) - £11
Young Persons (18-22) - £11
Under 18 - £5
Under 12 Accompanied - £2
Please note that Tranmere Rovers have informed us that ID must be carried for those with Young Persons tickets. Tickets purchased on the day but are subject to a £2 price increase.
How to get there
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 which costs £5, otherwise, street parking, but beware that there is a strict local residents parking scheme in operation around Prenton Park.
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 (15-20 minutes).
Where to Eat & Drink
The Fan Park at Prenton Park welcomes visiting supporters. Run by the Tranmere Rovers Supporters Trust, it not only has a giant screen showing televised football, but has a mix of music, street food, plus a bar serving amongst other things, real ales and craft beers.
Just across the road from the away turnstiles is the Prenton Park Hotel which normally has a good mix of home and away supporters. Almost a stone's throw away along Prenton Park Road is the Birch Tree, which also welcomes visiting fans.
James Bond fans should keep a look out for 007, Daniel Craig who comes from these parts, as does the bake-offs Paul Hollywood. And former Dead or Alive frontman Pete Burns also originates from Birkenhead.