Nominate your favourite Tranmere Rovers player for place in club's new Hall of Fame

TRANMERE Rovers' supporters are being invited to nominate the inaugural members of the club's new Hall of Fame as part of its 125 year anniversary celebrations.

Supporters old and young can vote for the players they feel deserve a place in the Hall of Fame – with the first five places being decided this season.

Fans can vote for any players who have made a first team appearance from the club's first days in 1884 to the present day - as long as they feel those players deserve a place in the Hall of Fame.

The club has had a host of memorable names on its books since its initial days as Belmont FC including the likes of Dixie Dean, Bunny Bell, Harold Bell, George Yardley, Steve Coppell, John King, Ray Mathias, Steve Mungall, Ian Muir, Jim Harvey, John Morrissey, Eric Nixon, John Aldridge, Pat Nevin, Steve Yates, Jason Koumas, David Kelly and many more.

But, of course, who you vote for is completely up to you.

Chief Executive Mick Horton said: "We are very proud of our 125-year History and we want to celebrate it by starting our own Hall of Fame.

"There have been many players at Tranmere Rovers worthy of being described as a club legend, but we want the names of our first five Hall of Fame members to be decided by our supporters.

"No doubt this will get a lot of fans thinking and we look forward to receiving their votes over the coming weeks."

Supporters can nominate up to five players by either:

Emailing the names of five players and your contact details to

Writing to: Hall of Fame, Tranmere Rovers Football Club, Prenton Park, Prenton Road West, Birkenhead, CH42 9PY. Include the names of five players you would like to see inducted, along with your contact details.

Completing a form in the club shop / ticket office.

The closing date for nominations is Saturday, February 27.

Votes will be added up with the top five being revealed at the end of the season.

The five inaugural members will be featured in a permanent display in the club's executive lounges and also in a new section on the club website.

The Hall of Fame won’t be limited to the initial five players as further votes will take place future seasons.