By Joel Lampkin
The Super White Army have been the backbone of Tranmere Rovers and provided a vital voice in the club’s search for success.
With Tranmere’s National League attendances represented in the video, they demonstrate how the fans have made Prenton Park a fortress with just four losses coming at home in their domestic campaign.
While success has appeared in spells, the support of the crowd has never dwindled with thousands of supporters turning up to cheer The Super Whites in their search for promotion.
The backing of the home fans has been a constant fixture in manager Micky Mellon’s interviews with the performances on the pitch and outside activities just one of the ways the team try to give back to those who make the club special.
Rovers’ highest attendance this season came against league leaders Macclesfield, and while the result never went the way many were hoping, the atmosphere certainly had an effect earlier on against The Silkmen.
The average attendance for the 2017/18 League season at the ground which opened in 1912 stands as 5244 which is higher than EIGHT League One clubs and EIGHTEEN League Two clubs.
Almost 100,000 have flocked to see Tranmere play at Prenton Park this season showing how despite Rovers’ poor fortunes in recent years; the fans remain loyal to the club.