More than 100 Muslims took to the Tranmere Rovers football pitch this morning to perform the Eid al-Fitr prayers which marked the end of Ramadan.
The holy month of fasting, where Muslims fast from dawn until sunset daily, came to an end last night as the new moon was sighted, marking a new month in the Islamic calendar.
Incredible photos showed a crowd of worshippers turning out at Tranmere Rovers’ Prenton Park stadium in Birkenhead, northwest England, to pray.
Women, men and children are all seen performing the poignant prayer in unison.
Photos showed dozens of heads bowed to the ground as the ritual was performed.
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