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Published duration 27 November. Attribution FA Cup. The first half was contested as usual, but the second half, with the score at 1—1, both teams failed to attack each other's goals, leading to combined celebrations at the final whistle.
In the same season, they achieved a string of cup successes including beating Division One Middlesbrough.
He joined the club in and scored goals in eleven seasons. He is the club's record scorer, and the first inductee to their hall of fame.
The winger spent 14 seasons at the club, making appearances. In the —91 season, Tranmere won promotion to Division Two for the first time since the s, with a 1—0 play-off win over local rivals Bolton Wanderers.
The home leg was won 3—1 by Tranmere, with Villa scoring their only goal in the 94th minute. The away leg was 2—1 to Villa until the 88th minute with Villa finally winning 3—1, so the match went to extra time and penalties.
Tranmere were one kick away from the final but Liam O'Brien's sudden death penalty was saved by Mark Bosnich and they eventually lost 5—4.
A reconstructed Prenton Park was opened in March , with the all seater stadium now holding just under 17, supporters.
Matt Elliott scored Leicester's opening goal, before Tranmere's Clint Hill was sent off for a second bookable offence.
Despite being reduced to ten men, David Kelly equalised; but Elliot soon netted Leicester's second goal and Tranmere lost the match 2—1. In , the all-white kit was reintroduced and is still used in Brian Little was appointed as manager in At the end of the —06 season, Little left the club and was replaced by former player Ronnie Moore.
Having been at the club since , he washed his last kit in August ready for the home game with Charlton Athletic.
Towards the end of the —14 season, Moore admitted breaking the Football Association's betting rules, and was sacked by Tranmere when the club were just outside the relegation zone.
On 11 August , it was announced that former player and Football Association chief executive Mark Palios and his wife Nicola were taking a controlling interest in the club from outgoing chairman Peter Johnson.
After a poor start to the season, the home loss to Plymouth Argyle on 11 October saw Tranmere in last place in the Football League for the first time since 27 August after they had lost their first two matches of that season.
However, on 25 April Tranmere were relegated from the Football League after another defeat to Plymouth Argyle in the reverse fixture, ending their year stay in the leagues.
Gary Brabin was appointed as manager on 5 May It took a while for Rovers to adjust to life in the non-league, with erratic form during the season.
Tranmere started the —17 season brightly, ranking at the top of the table at the end of August, gaining Gary Brabin the manager of the month.
On 6 October , former Tranmere player Micky Mellon was appointed permanent manager. A goal from James Norwood and a brace from Cole Stockton in the first leg away at the Recreation Ground saw Rovers take a 3—0 lead back to Prenton Park for the second leg, which ended in a 2—2 draw, Norwood and Stockton once again on the scoresheet.
This gave Tranmere a 5—2 aggregate win and their first Wembley appearance in 17 years. Tranmere's —18 season got off to a poor start, with 3 wins from the first 12 games.
Tranmere slipped to 18th in the league, their lowest ever league position. This turnaround included a record breaking run of 9 consecutive home league wins.
This record breaking stint was ended in February by a 4—1 defeat at the hands of eventual title winners Macclesfield Town.
A new play-off system was in place for the —18 season, which meant that Tranmere faced a one-legged play-off home semi-final against either 5th or 6th place.
An extra time free kick from James Norwood, followed by a goal from Larnell Cole saw Tranmere run out 4—2 victors after extra time, sending Tranmere to Wembley for the National League play-off final.
On 12 May , a crowd of 16, were at Wembley for the final. Tranmere were 2—1 victors, their first trophy in 27 years, and were promoted back to the Football League.
Under the chairmanship of Mark Palios and the management of Micky Mellon , Tranmere played in League Two for the —19 season and finished 6th, thereby reaching the playoffs.
On 25 May , Tranmere secured back-to-back promotions, beating Newport County 1—0 at Wembley , with a goal from Connor Jennings in the th minute, thus securing their spot in League One for the —20 season.
By March , the team were within the relegation zone, but with a game in hand on their nearest rivals and on a run of three successive victories.
The cancellation of fixtures due to the COVID pandemic meant that the season could not be completed, and a vote was taken by League One clubs on 9 June to resolve promotion and relegation issues on a points per game PPG basis.
Club chairman Mark Palios said that the decision was unfair and that he was considering legal action as a result. He also announced that 20 members of staff would have to be made redundant.
Belmont F. Tranmere first introduced a badge on their shirt in , wearing the coat of arms of the borough of Birkenhead , along with adopting their motto " Ubi fides ibi lux et robur ", meaning "Where there is faith there is light and strength".
In , a complicated and confusing  crest was introduced, adapting the Birkenhead crest through the inclusion of a football and a TRFC logo. Today's simpler badge was adopted in ,  and modified slightly in to mark the club's year anniversary.
Rovers played their first matches at Steeles Field in Birkenhead but, in , they bought a new site from Tranmere Rugby Club.
The present Prenton Park was opened on 9 March Many improvements to the ground were driven by changes in legislation.
The biggest change of all took place during and The Taylor Report suggested that all stadia in the top two divisions of English football should no longer permit standing.
Attendances at the ground have fluctuated over its hundred-year history. Around 8, visitors watched the first game at the stadium, as Tranmere beat Lancaster Town 8—0.
Tranmere Rovers had an average home attendance of 6, during the —19 season, making them the 4th best supported club in League Two and 42nd in The Football League as a whole.
Despite being geographically closest to Everton and Liverpool , Tranmere's time in the lower leagues has meant that they have rarely met either club and have built up traditional rivalries with near neighbours Chester , Wrexham and Southport , all of whom are now non-league clubs.
As of the end of the —19 season, Tranmere had met the following teams most times in the Football League: .
Tranmere Rovers Ladies Football Club were founded in Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.