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Kick-off Times Kick-off times are converted to your local PC time. Scoresway www. In , their ground was renamed Prenton Park , although it was 25 years later that the team moved into the current stadium of the same name.
In they adopted orange and maroon shirts, but in returned to wearing their original kit. They joined the Combination , a much stronger league, in , and won the championship in Rovers continued to play throughout the First World War , although their players were criticised for avoiding military service, despite being employed in the local shipyards.
On 27 August , as founder members of the division,  they won their first Football League match 4—1 against Crewe Alexandra at Prenton Park.
In , local youngster Dixie Dean made his debut aged 16 years days. Waring retains the record of scoring most goals for Villa in a single season.
In , an FA Cup tie between Rovers and Liverpool was watched at Anfield by 61, fans, then a record crowd for a game involving Rovers.
During this same period, Tranmere made several appearances in the Welsh Cup, reaching the Final on two occasions. In , they lost 3—0 to Bristol City in a replay, after a 1—1 draw.
The following season, they went one better by beating local rivals Chester 1—0 to win their first silverware since joining the Football League.
Rovers won their first championship in the Football League in with victory in Division Three North and, hence, promotion to Division Two for the first time.
Prenton Park emerged from the Second World War largely unscathed. Tranmere rejoined the peacetime Football League in Division Three North and stayed there until the restructuring of the football league's lower divisions.
Manager Peter Farrell  led Tranmere to finish 11th in the final season of the Northern Section, securing a place in the new national Division Three where they were, again, founder members.
In , Tranmere's inspirational captain Harold Bell left the club. Bell had been picked in the first game after the Second World War in the season and did not miss a match until he was dropped on 30 August , a total of consecutive appearances for a British team, a record which held until The club brought in Dave Russell as manager who made some revolutionary changes.
Russell introduced an all-white strip to set the teams apart; these have been Tranmere's usual colours since. In , Steve Mungall joined Tranmere from Motherwell.
He went on to make more than league appearances for Rovers in a year period. This spell saw Rovers rise up the league and make several appearances at Wembley.
He remained with the club on the coaching staff before leaving in October to pursue business interests. Another relegation to Division Four in  put the club in financial difficulties.
This partnership proved an enduring one, as Wirral's logo still appeared on the shirts until Safety was guaranteed on the last game of the season with a 1—0 home win over Exeter City.
The first full season —88 of King's second managerial spell in charge saw Tranmere make their first appearance at Wembley stadium when a good mid-season run of form saw them qualify for the Football League Centenary Tournament.
Tranmere were the surprise stars of the event, beating Division One Wimbledon and Newcastle United before losing on penalties to eventual winners Nottingham Forest.
The first half was contested as usual, but the second half, with the score at 1—1, both teams failed to attack each other's goals, leading to combined celebrations at the final whistle.
In the same season, they achieved a string of cup successes including beating Division One Middlesbrough. He joined the club in and scored goals in eleven seasons.
He is the club's record scorer, and the first inductee to their hall of fame. The winger spent 14 seasons at the club, making appearances.
In the —91 season, Tranmere won promotion to Division Two for the first time since the s, with a 1—0 play-off win over local rivals Bolton Wanderers.
The home leg was won 3—1 by Tranmere, with Villa scoring their only goal in the 94th minute. The away leg was 2—1 to Villa until the 88th minute with Villa finally winning 3—1, so the match went to extra time and penalties.
Tranmere were one kick away from the final but Liam O'Brien's sudden death penalty was saved by Mark Bosnich and they eventually lost 5—4. A reconstructed Prenton Park was opened in March , with the all seater stadium now holding just under 17, supporters.
Matt Elliott scored Leicester's opening goal, before Tranmere's Clint Hill was sent off for a second bookable offence. Despite being reduced to ten men, David Kelly equalised; but Elliot soon netted Leicester's second goal and Tranmere lost the match 2—1.
In , the all-white kit was reintroduced and is still used in Brian Little was appointed as manager in At the end of the —06 season, Little left the club and was replaced by former player Ronnie Moore.
Having been at the club since , he washed his last kit in August ready for the home game with Charlton Athletic.