League One club Tranmere Rovers are offering their fans an unexpected treat – free entry to one of their games.
The game against Notts County is scheduled for Tuesday 19th April, after the original game on February 5th was abandoned with County one nil up due to a waterlogged pitch.
“When the game was abandoned due to a waterlogged pitch we decided to take the opportunity to offer free admission to all supporters,” said Rovers chief executive Mick Horton.
“This will give Merseyside football fans – and non-football fans – the chance to come and watch a game for nothing. It’s the ideal opportunity for people who have never been to a game before to come and see if they like it.
“Hopefully they’ll enjoy the experience they get at Tranmere and come back. Where else can you watch a Football League match for free?”
“This free game, together with our offer of just £5 admission for the Yeovil game on Saturday, February 26, means supporters have the chance to watch two Football League matches for just a fiver.
“That’s fantastic value for money and we really hope the public get behind it and come and fill Prenton Park.”
The game could be a cracking six-pointer with both clubs struggling this season, and could be well worth a watch.