Prenton Park Parking
Information about Parking in Prenton Park
Prenton Park was opened in 1912 and has been the home of Tranmere Rovers FC ever since. It sees an average of 5000 people arrive on any given match day and was largely redeveloped in 1995. The club, often nicknamed the Super White Army, were originally founded in 1884 as Belmont FC.
Prenton Park has its own car park located at the ground, though it can be busy on match days. There is also residents only parking in place on many of the roads surrounding the ground. As a result it can be considerably easier and cheaper to book your parking space in advance to guarantee a space upon arrival. The nearest train station is Rock Ferry, providing services to Liverpool Lime Street. It is located roughly a 20-minute walk from the ground.
Located opposite the ground, the Prenton Park Hotel is a popular pub with away fans and also offers food. There are a variety of other pubs in the local vicinity, including the Sportsmans Arms, The Cock and Pullet, and The Mersey Clipper.
Postcode for satnav: CH42 9PY
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Prenton Park Parking Statistics
5.0 out of 5 stars
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Which team plays at Prenton Park Stadium?
Prenton Park has been the home of Tranmere Rovers FC since it opened in 1912. In addition, the Liverpool FC Reserve Team have played their home games at the ground since 2009, and it's also home to Liverpool FC Women.
Does Prenton Park Stadium have its own car park?
There is a car park located at Prenton Park Stadium. However, it can get very busy on match days.
Is there on-street parking available around Prenton Park Stadium?
On-street parking can be difficult to find in the area as many of the roads surrounding the stadium offer residents only parking.
What public transport options are there for getting to Prenton Park Stadium?
The nearest train station is Rock Ferry, which is about 20 minutes’ walk from the stadium and provides services to Liverpool Lime Street.
What is the capacity of Prenton Park Stadium?
Prenton Park Stadium has capacity for 16,587 supporters.
Where is the away end and how many away fans can Prenton Park Stadium accommodate?
Prenton Park Stadium can hold up to 2,500 away fans, located in the Cowshed Stand at one end of the stadium.
What is the address of Prenton Park Stadium?
The address of Prenton Park Stadium is Prenton Road West, Birkenhead, CH42 9PY.
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Latest Prenton Park parking reviews
Excellent service, parking in a well lit area. No problems got a few shopping bits for my return home.petrol filling station on site will definitely use this facility againJo-anne
Two pounds for 4.5 hours, pay in advance before arriving - absolutely perfect! Away from the ground well ahead of the match traffic, couldnt be better!Richard
Easy to find. Great location for M53. Plenty of space, well lit, felt secure. Used it for Tramere football match, very convenient.Jo
Was easy enough to find but a bit confusing as to whether or not it was ok to park there as sainsburys had 3 hour max stay signs dotted around car park. Took a picture of my car with registration plate next to private parking sign will wait and see if i get a parking fine or not even though i had prepaid and arrived at appropiate postcode.Dennis
Very handy for me with a good choice of parking baysJane
Good but must not follow entrance as shown on website photo as this is the charity shops car park next door and should be changed in case of future confusionAlun