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Tranmere Rovers (Soccer team)

LC control no.no2011087402
Descriptive conventionsrda
Corporate name headingTranmere Rovers (Soccer team)
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Variant(s)Tranmere Rovers F.C. (Soccer team)
Tranmere Rovers Football Club
Rovers (Soccer team)
Super White Army (Soccer team)
Superwhites (Soccer team)
Whites (Soccer team)
TRFC (Tranmere Rovers Football Club)
Beginning date1885
Associated countryGreat Britain England
Associated placeTranmere (Birkenhead, England)
LocatedBirkenhead (England)
Field of activitySoccer
Found inTranmere Rovers, 2009: t.p. (Tranmere Rovers)
Tranmere Rovers 1881-1921, 1991.
Tranmere Rovers Football Club, 1998: p.2 (TRFC)
The club's WWW pages, June 3, 2011: home page (Tranmere Rovers; Tranmere Rovers F.C.) club/club history (founded 1884; plays at Prenton Park, Birkenhead, Merseyside)
Its website, viewed 8 January 2020: home page (Tranmere Rovers; TRFC) history page (The Superwhites; initially played at Steeles Field on Borough Road, Birkenhead; by 1887, Rovers had moved ground to Ravenshaws Field, which was later renamed Prenton Park)
Wikipedia, viewed 20 January 2020 (Tranmere Rovers Football Club; professional association football club based in Birkenhead, Merseyside, England; nicknames: The Rovers, Super White Army, The Whites; initially formed as Belmont Football Club when the football arms of two cricket clubs, Lyndhurst Wanderers and Belmont, came together in 1884; played its first match on 15 November 1884; an unrelated, disbanded side had played under the name "Tranmere Rovers Cricket Club (Association football section)" in 1881-82; on 16 September 1885 Belmont F.C. adopted the name Tranmere Rovers) ; (Tranmere, Merseyside; suburb of Birkenhead; Tranmere Rovers F.C., founded in 1884, now plays in nearby Prenton but has kept the name)
BLNAL file, viewed 8 January 2020 (heading: Tranmere Rovers; variant: TRFC)
Associated languageeng