About Tranmere Rovers In The Community...
Our community department was established as a one man team in the late 1980s but has grown ever since, engaging with thousands of people across the Wirral peninsula each year. Working across the four core themes of social inclusion, health, education and sports participation, the community team's work has expanded from coaching in schools to a wide range of projects covering all ages and abilities. We are based at Tranmere Rovers Recreation Centre at Prenton Park, and although we visit many schools and colleges across the Wirral, we also run a large number of our sessions from the Recreation Centre.
The Latest Community News...
- Super White Christmas Appeal 2017 We have launched our ‘Super White Christmas‘ for 2017, with a hamper collection appeal and some fun events to help under-privileged people in Wirral enjoy their Christmas. In line with our #SWA2 initiative which enables […]
- Ticket offer for junior football clubs for Torquay United game Tranmere Rovers are offering junior football clubs the chance to obtain FREE tickets for Saturday’s National League home fixture against Torquay United. For every paying adult, up to eight Under-18 […]
- Christmas Carol concert and nativity to start Christmas weekend for local families Wirral families are being invited to get Christmas weekend off to a fun start with a free carol concert. The concert, which takes place on Saturday 23rd December […]
- Watch what happened at Saturday’s Christmas Signing Day On Saturday morning, Tranmere Rovers invited supporters to come along to Prenton Park, meet the players & management staff and get their Christmas gifts signed by their heroes. It was a chance […]
- Would you or your company be interested in supporting the Club’s Junior Media Team? The Tranmere Rovers Junior Media Team is the first of its kind – a course designed to train youngsters in sports media, all based at their […]
- Manager has mixed feelings about fixture-free weekend Tranmere Rovers manager Micky Mellon says there are positives and negatives to be gained from a fixture-free Saturday afternoon this week. Rovers were originally scheduled to have a league game away against Woking […]
- Children’s Christmas party starts the Super White Christmas 2017 The events as part of Tranmere Rovers’ Super White Christmas 2017 got underway last Saturday when TRFC hosted a children’s Christmas party at Prenton Park. The party saw the youngsters take […]
- Pick up skills in Sports Coaching and Catering and Hospitality with Tranmere Rovers in the Community Tranmere Rovers in the Community are offering adult learners the chance to gain valuable skills in Catering and Hospitality and in Sports Coaching that […]
- Super White Christmas Appeal 2017 Tranmere Rovers are today delighted to launch our ‘Super White Christmas‘ for 2017, with a hamper collection appeal and some fun events to help under-privileged people in Wirral enjoy their Christmas. In line with our […]
- Striker wins Northwest Football Award for National League Player of the Year Tranmere Rovers striker Andy Cook last night collected the ‘National League Player of the Year’ at the Leesa Northwest Football Awards, held at Old Trafford Cricket Ground. Cook […]