Tranmere Rovers Football Club are one of Liverpool City Region's leading professional football clubs.
Established in the same era as Everton and Liverpool they are based on the Wirral and enjoy a strong, loyal and affectionate following throughout and beyond the region.
If you're not a Tranmere fan, you will regard the Super Whites as your second favourite team on Merseyside, and Tranmere's deep engagement with the local community places them right at the heart of many diverse activities.
Tranmere gained promotion back to the English Football League in 2018, and followed this with a second promotion to League ONE in May 2019. Sadly, Covid-19 caused their first season in League ONE to be curtailed and Tranmere suffered the gross injustice of being demoted on a points-per-game basis, with every prospect of a strong finish to the season and ultimate survival.
However, with Mark Palios as Executive Chairman there is a very clear plan to gain promotion, whilst at the same time developing a sound and sustainable financial model. With his wife Nicky, as co-owner, great progress has been made across many strands of the sporting and wider local community, and they welcome all interest that anyone, or any business or organisation may have to engage with them.
Tranmere's focus includes a wide range of football related activities across gender, disability and age groups. They also deliver BTEC courses through Tranmere Rovers College, and have a growing relationship with Inner Mongolia in the delivery of football coaching and their interest in the Little London International Football School in Hohhot, the capital.
They have also developed coaching and training classes to be delivered on-line, and are building upon their relationships in Indonesia and USA.
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