|19 Jan 2019||Tranmere  ||-|| Swindon||Prenton Park @ 3:00pm|
|26 Jan 2019||Mansfield  ||-|| Tranmere||Field Mill @ 3:00pm|
|02 Feb 2019||Port Vale  ||-|| Tranmere||Vale Park @ 3:00pm|
|09 Feb 2019||Tranmere  ||-|| Stevenage||Prenton Park @ 3:00pm|
|16 Feb 2019||Cambridge United  ||-|| Tranmere||Abbey Stadium @ 3:00pm|
|12 Jan 2019||Cheltenham|| ||1 - 3|| ||Tranmere||Whaddon Road|
|05 Jan 2019||Tranmere|| ||0 - 0|| ||Northampton||Prenton Park|
|04 Jan 2019||Tranmere|| ||0 - 7|| ||Tottenham||Prenton Park|
|01 Jan 2019||Macclesfield Town|| ||1 - 1|| ||Tranmere||Moss Rose|
|29 Dec 2018||Tranmere|| ||0 - 0|| ||Yeovil||Prenton Park|
Tranmere Rovers Football Club is a professional association football club based in Birkenhead, Merseyside, England. Founded in 1884 as Belmont Football Club, they adopted their current name in 1885. They were a founder member of Division Three North in 1921, and were a member of The Football League until 2015, when they were relegated to the National League, the fifth tier of English football. On 12 May 2018, they beat Boreham Wood in the 2017–18 National League playoff final to regain their status as a Football League member.
During the 1980s, they were beset by financial problems and, in 1987, went into administration. However, this was a prelude to the most successful period in Tranmere's history; under manager John King, the team reached the play-offs for promotion to the Premier League in three successive seasons. Under King's successor, John Aldridge, Tranmere experienced a number of cup runs, most notably reaching the 2000 Football League Cup Final. Other cup runs include reaching FA Cup quarter-finals in 2000, 2001 and 2004.
Tranmere's regular kit is an all-white strip with blue trim, their main colours since 1962. The club moved to its current home, Prenton Park, in 1912. In 1995, the ground had a major redevelopment in response to the Taylor Report. It now seats 16,567 in four stands: the Main Stand, the Kop, the Johnny King Stand and the Cowshed.
Dylan Mottley Hen