For the first time in three years, Tranmere Rovers players will not be climbing the famous Wembley stairs to collect their promotion winning trophy and medals to the roar of the Super White Army.
In the past two seasons, Tranmere have tasted victory under the famous arch, and created memories that will stay with us forever.
This year is different, not for just us, but for the entire world, however, that will not let us stop and try and re-create some of those memorable Wembley moments alongside helping support an important cause.
Earlier this week, Tranmere Rovers Football Club launched a fundraising page to help support our important communityinitiatives which include delivering food parcels to residents identified by Wirral Council. To donate, please CLICK HERE.
But we need your help! We are challenging the SWA to recreate the two Wembley staircase walks our players have proudly made in the past two seasons to collect our promotion winning trophy! The number of steps from pitchside to the Royal Box is 107, so we are asking you, your friends and family to climb 214 steps to help raise money for our important fundraiser so we can continue to help support those in need during this time.
Alternatively, you can walk or run 3km. Thecircumference of Wembley, or commonly referred to by our fans, 'Prenton Park South' is 1km, so 3km will mark our last three trips to the iconic home of English football.
If you decide to take on our challenge, please post a video or picture on social media so we can share amongst our fellow Super White Army. Please don't forget to tag the Club in to your social media post and use our new # for the challenge, which is #PrentonParkSouthChallenge
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