This Saturday marks Tranmere’s first away game in League 1 since Leyton Orient in April 2014. Rovers will be looking to avoid a heavy defeat against Pompey, a side who are heavily favoured to win promotion back to the Championship this season.
Tranmere Rovers began life in Sky Bet League One with a 3-2 defeat at home against Rochdale despite a spirited fightback from 3-0 down by the home side.
Our first opponents of the new season are fellow North Western side, Rochdale. Dale survived relegation by the skin of their teeth last season and will be hoping to make a swift exit from any potential relegation dogfight.
Covering the 23 sides who we will meet during the season, highlighting their key players, discussing their managers, outlining previous meetings and listing some of their more prominent summer arrivals and departures.
Joel Lampkin's epic recap of a super season for the SWA. Featuring exclusive interviews with Micky Mellon and the players.
Tranmere went into this season on the back of promotion from the National League and a summer in which we lost prolific striker Andy Cook- a lot of supporters of Rovers and other clubs alike had the Whites down for a quiet season, who could blame them?
We've spent the past week contacting the fans of League One teams to get the genuine fan perspectives on the teams that will make up next season's division. This is a 4 part detailed breakdown of our L1 opponents.
Connor Jennings’ last minute header in extra time sealed Tranmere Rovers’ back-to-back promotion up to Sky Bet League One
We stand now battle-worn with our eyes fully open. We know what lies beneath and the cost of escape. We've seen the lowest ebb and the most exquisite relief. But the job is not yet complete.
TRFC remained strong to earn a Wembley return which sees them 90 minutes away from a third-tier return and a back-to-back promotion.