Ahead of tomorrow’s trip to take on Tranmere Rovers, our Away Day Guide includes all the key information supporters making the journey need…
What kit are we in for this game?
We’re in our red away kit for this game.
What’s the ticket information?
Tickets are available on the day from the Club Shop located at Prenton Park from 1.30pm. They are priced as follows:
Adults – £25.00
Over 65’s – £20.00
Young Person – £18.00
Under 18’s – £11.00
Under 12’s – £7.00
Disabled and PA – £18.00 or age-related price and carer free of charge.
How do I get to the ground?
The postcode for Prenton Park is CH42 9PY.
From the M6/M56, use the M53 and then exit at junction 4 onto the B5151 from the fourth exit of the roundabout.
The ground is signposted from here. After two and a half miles, Mount Road leads onto Storeton Road – turn right at the traffic lights near the church onto Prenton Road West.
The round is further down on the right.
What stand are we in?
Town fans are in the Cowshed Stand – this is a covered all-seater stand behind the goal.
When do turnstiles open?
Turnstiles open at 1.30pm.
Where is the best place to park?
Parking at the ground is now fully booked. There is street parking but just be mindful of resident restrictions and road closures an hour before kick-off and 30 minutes after the end of the game.
The Mersey Clipper pub next door does have a small car park but this will fill early on.
Parking for disabled supporters?
There are a limited number of accessible spaces available at the ground. They are prioritised to those with blue badges.
What is the nearest train station to the stadium and what is the approximate distance and walking time?
Both Birkenhead Central and Rock Ferry Station around a mile away.
Recommended pubs for away fans?
The Mersey Clipper welcomes small groups. Prenton Park and Halfway House are also options and there is a fanzone in the main car park of the ground.
Food available in the area?
There is a deli and a chippy which is quite good near the ground. There is also a Tesco Express down the road.
Borough Road also has other takeaways.
The fan park at the ground will welcome fans and is serving both food and drink from 12pm.
Where is the nearest cash machine to the Stadium?
Tesco Express has a free-to-use cash machine near the away end on Borough Road.
What food and drink is available on the concourse at the stadium?
Both cash and card are accepted.
The away end has hot and cold drinks as well as burgers and pies. They also have snacks for junior fans.
Alcohol is also served in the way end.
What is the process for supporters looking to bring flags into the stadium?
Flags must have safety certificates – stewards will advise where to place.