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Prenton Park
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Full name Prenton Park
Location Birkenhead, Wirral, England
Opened 9 March 1912
Renovated 1995
Tenants Tranmere Rovers F.C.
Liverpool F.C. Reserves
Capacity 16,567
Field dimensions 112 x 71 yards

Prenton Park is an association football stadium in Birkenhead, England. It is the home ground of Tranmere Rovers F.C. and Liverpool F.C. Reserves. The club moved to the current Prenton Park in 1912. The ground has had several rebuilds, with the most recent occurring in 1995 in response to the requirement of the Taylor Report to become all-seater. Today's stadium holds 16,567 in four stands: the Kop, the Johnny King Stand, the Main Stand and the Cowshed (for away supporters).

Attendances at the ground have fluctuated over its hundred-year history. Its largest-ever crowd was 24,424 for a 1972 FA Cup match between Tranmere and Stoke City. In 2010, an average of 5,000 fans attended each home game.

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