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Match Previews


13 September 2022

Match Previews


13 September 2022

The Bantams return to action on the road in Sky Bet League Two this evening, travelling to Prenton Park to take on Tranmere Rovers (7.45pm). 

With both sides set to pay their respects to the late Queen, we have created an Away Day Guide to give you all the important information you need to know heading into the encounter.


Prenton Park

Prenton Road West


CH42 9PY


Both sides are set to pay their respects to Her Majesty, The Queen this evening, who passed away last week. 

Black armbands will be worn by players and staff, with a minute's silence set to be observed before kick-off, and followed by a rendition of the national anthem. 


Tickets for tonight's clash will be available to purchase from Prenton Park, both from the ticket office and on away turnstiles. 

A first allocation of 930 tickets has been sold out by the Bantams, with close to 1,000 supporters already set to make the trip to the Wirral. 

Matchday admission prices are as follows: 

Adult: £22

Senior (65+): £17

Young Person (18-22): £15

Under-18: £9

Under-12: £5

Disabled: £15

To read full pay-on-the-day details, please CLICK HERE


Those unable to make it to Prenton Park this evening will be able to catch every minute of the action from the comfort of their own home, via iFollow. 

Video match passes are available for just £10, with the Bantams taken 100 per-cent of monies generated from sales.

To read full details, please CLICK HERE

To purchase a video match pass, please CLICK HERE


Prenton Park has been Rovers’ home since 1912 after the side were forced to vacate the site they had previously obtained from Tranmere Rugby Club.

The ground is shared with Liverpool’s women and reserve teams - with the reserves playing there since 2009 and the women’s team since 2018.

Merseyside’s third-largest ground underwent significant renovations in 1985 in accordance with the Safety of Sports Grounds Acts, reducing capacity from 18,000 to 8,000 while the stadium was adjusted.

Prenton Park now has a capacity of 16,587.


By car:

The ground is located in Prenton, Wirral. To get there, follow the M62 towards Liverpool and take exit 20A for the M56.

Continue on the M56 until you reach exit 15 for the M53 and take that exit signposted Ellesmere Port/Birkenhead. 

From here Prenton Park can be accessed via junction 4 and take the fourth exit on the main roundabout.

The stadium is signposted from this point and is approximately a 10-minute drive.

By train:

To reach Prenton Park by train you will be required to make two changes in Manchester Victoria and at Liverpool Lime Street.

Fans travelling from Liverpool or Chester should get off at either Birkenhead Central or Rock Ferry Station (Merseyrail). Both are around a 15–20-minute walk from the stadium.

Alternatively, taxis can be found outside both Chester and Liverpool station. It is significantly cheaper to travel by taxi from Liverpool but it can still be expensive due to charges for access via the Mersey Tunnel.


Official car parking is available, but spaces are limited. They are charged at £7 cash on the gate or £6 if purchased online in advance, subject to availability.

The Mersey Clipper pub, next door to the ground, also provides parking at a cost – payable on the day – but this is a very small car park and does often fill up fast.

Please be mindful that all roads around Prenton Park are resident parking only and there will be road closures in place around the ground from approximately an hour ahead of kick-off, until 30 minutes following the game.

The details of any road closures can be found ahead of the game on Tranmere Rovers’ social media pages.


City fans are welcomed into the fan park outside of the ground. This is in front of the main stand. Here, you will find a large bar and additional outlets selling a variety of food and drink.

Small groups of away fans are welcome in both the Mersey Clipper and the Prenton Park pubs, which are a short walk from the stadium.

There are also several pubs in Liverpool and Chester for fans travelling by train.


A mild evening is set in Birkenhead, with partly cloudy skies accompanying highs of 18°C. 

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