Tranmere Rovers are a community focused professional football club based within the heart of Wirral.
The Club works tirelessly in order to deliver an effective and beneficial community programme that will have a positive impact on the lives of the people in the local area and wider.
Our charitable organisation, Tranmere Rovers in the Community, work seven days a week, 365 days a year, focusing on four key themes of social inclusion, health, education and sports participation. The community team's work expands to a wide range of projects covering all ages and abilities.
In 2018 alone, more than 30,000 participants attended community focused sessions at the Recreational Centre, based at the Club's stadium, Prenton Park. Alongside this, Tranmere Rovers in the Community engaged with more than 100 schools in the last calendar year.
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TRFC season ticket holder Stuart Pierce, who has been a regular at Prenton Park for more than 50 years, has diabetes but has stayed fit and active by participating in the Club's walking football sessions.
The 66-year-old has been a participant on the walking football sessions for more than three years at the Recreational Centre and he admits it has been so important since his diagnosis with diabetes.
"It is so important to exercise even if it is only going for a walk or come down to Prenton Park and take part in the sessions at Tranmere Rovers in the Community. Many little things will help you. The staff at Tranmere work hard and they must be doing something right as the participation numbers are increasing."
John Smith has battled a number of mental health and addiction issues throughout his life from an early age.
John is a regular participant on Tranmere Rovers in the Community's weekly football sessions, with the programme's overall objective to help both men and women with mental health problems and John has nothing but gratitude for the support he has received at Tranmere Rovers Football Club.
"I had a bad drug addiction from an early age," admitted John. I have been in rehab for drugs, substance misuse and mental health issues.
"I suffer from anxiety to the point where I would isolate myself away and stay in the house battling my own thoughts.
"I have been through the prison service throughout my life and to be quite honest, I was not going anywhere.
The sessions keep me active and Tranmere Rovers has had a positive impact on my life and helps keep me in a better head space to be honest.
"The sessions have given me something to look forward to each week and it is not just all about playing football. We have had workshops on anxiety and other mental health problems to help support us all. We have all been made aware of other services out there to help and this has all stemmed by just coming and playing football here initially."