TRANMERE Rovers have confirmed that the club's training facilities could be used during the UK's and the Republic of Ireland successful UEFA Euro 2028 bid. 

The Campus in Leasowe was included in the proposal from the Football Associations of England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland to host the tournament. 

Rovers have worked closely with Liverpool City Council and the FA for over a year as part of the process with the final list of training centres to be confirmed shortly.

Tranmere Rovers chairman and former FA Chief Executive, Mark Palios, said: “It’s great news the UK and Ireland have today been confirmed as hosts of UEFA EURO 2028 and I’m delighted that Tranmere Rovers will be a potential training centre for the tournament.  

“The bid has a clear vision to help domestic and European football grow a more diverse and inclusive game and the inclusion in that bid of EFL clubs such as Tranmere as part of the competition infrastructure shows the strength in depth of the professional game in the UK. It is also a testament to the top-class facilities we have been building at the club over many years.   

“We look forward to playing our part in inspiring the next generation of players, fans and volunteers and support the UK and Ireland vision of ‘Football for all. Football for good. Football for the future’.”