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Wembley Fact File - National League Promotion Final

8 May 2018

Information for supporters ahead of Saturday's game

Tranmere Rovers take on Boreham Wood in the Vanarama National League Promotion Final at Wembley Stadium on Saturday 12 May, kick-off 3:00pm.

We've put together some key information for supporters and a few facts about Wembley Stadium ahead of our weekend visit:

Which is the Tranmere end?

Rovers supporters will be situated in the West side of the stadium. When purchasing your ticket (information below), you will be given the options to choose sections within this area of the stadium.

How do I get tickets?

Match tickets are available ONLY through the Wembley ticket portal. Category 1 tickets are priced at £41 (no concessions) while Category 2 tickets are priced at £36 and £18 for concessions.

Further information can be found here.

How can I get there?

Tranmere Rovers are laying on Official Club coach travel to Wembley Stadium on Saturday. More than 20 coaches have already been filled. Tickets are priced at £35 for adults and £33 for concessions and they can be bought online at www.trfctickets.co.uk/away-matches or from the Club Store at Prenton Park (extended opening hours this week - click here for more details).

Can I get Wembley merchandise?

The Club Store will have Wembley merchandise in stock from Wednesday. Keep an eye on our social media accounts for updates as to when everything is in store. We'll have t-shirts, flags, mugs and more! We also have the fantastic new 2018-19 Puma home kit available. The Club Store is open until 8pm each evening this week, and from 6:00am on Saturday morning before departure to the national stadium.

What colour will Rovers wear for the final?

Tranmere Rovers will wear the white home kit on Saturday.

Previous visits?

Saturday's game will be the eighth time that Tranmere Rovers have been to Wembley Stadium. The first visit was in 1988 for the Mercentile Credit Cententary Festival, while Rovers made the Division 3 play-off final and Leyland Daf Cup finals in both 1990 and 1991. The sixth visit was in the Worthington Cup Final in 2000 against Leicester City and last year we made the National League Promotion Final.

Did you know?

  • The new Wembley Stadium reopened in 2007, the first game being an Under-21 international between England and Italy which ended in a 3-3 draw
  • Approximate 40,000 pints of beer can be served at half time (hope you're thirsty!)
  • The Wembley arch is 133 metres tall
  • Wembley Stadium has the most toilets of any venue in the world: 2,618

We'll have further information about things such as Fan Zones when we have the information.


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