Nathan Richardson is embarking on his nationwide running tour of the 92 league grounds for charity, and he visited Prenton Park on Thursday afternoon.
Nathan is running thousands of miles to raise funds for Mind, who are the charity partner of the EFL, and SuperJosh, a brain tumour charity for children based in Bury.
So far, he has visited Manchester United, Manchester City, Bolton Wanderers, Oldham Athletic, Salford City, Wigan Athletic, Liverpool and Everton.
And having crossed the River Mersey, his next stop was Rovers’ Prenton Park home, where he explained why he is taking part in the challenge.
Nathan said: “I’m at Tranmere Rovers because I’m running to all 92 football grounds in the top four divisions of the English football league.
“I’m running to raise money for two different charities, Mind, the mental health charity, and SuperJosh, which is a charity for disabled children. I’m hoping to raise £9,200, so £100 for each ground and I’m hoping it will take me around six months.
“This is my ninth ground. I started last week at Old Trafford, I’ve done Manchester City, Bolton, Oldham, Salford, Wigan, Liverpool, Everton and Tranmere and it’s going well up to now.
“The support has been good all over. I’ve had a lot of support on social media and I’m still trying to get support and get awareness out to what I’m doing.
“Getting out is going to help people, exercise and mental health is linked closely so it will help people.
“Super Josh are a brain tumour charity based in Bury and they help children with post-surgery disabilities.
“I’m hoping to finish by September, but we will take it as it comes.”
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