1. Tranmere Rovers Football Club is a professional football club based in Birkenhead, Merseyside. The club was founded in 1884 and is one of the oldest football clubs in England.
2. The team plays their home games at Prenton Park, which has a capacity of just over 16,000 spectators. The stadium has been home to Tranmere Rovers since 1912.
3. Tranmere Rovers have spent the majority of their history playing in the lower leagues of English football, but they have had some notable successes. They reached the League Cup final in 2000, where they were beaten by Leicester City, and they have also reached the Football League Trophy final three times, winning the competition twice.
4. The club's nickname is the "Super White Army," which is a reference to their white home kit. The nickname was first used in the 1980s by a local newspaper journalist, and it has since become synonymous with the club and its supporters.
5. Tranmere Rovers have a strong local rivalry with several other clubs in the Merseyside area, including Liverpool, Everton, and Wirral-based rivals, Birkenhead FC. The club's traditional colors are white shirts, black shorts, and white socks.