An update from the club...
Solihull Moors will be closing the stadium from today in order to adhere to Government Covid-19 guidelines.
The temporary closure of the SportNation.bet Stadium will run until 2 December as Moors aim to keep in line with restrictions imposed by the latest lockdown.
It is a move taken by Moors which helps protect its staff members and ensure the safety of every individual at the club.
Therefore, if fans or anyone has enquiries, the club please ask that you send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and it will be dealt with by a member of the team.
With grassroots football curtailed for another month, Moors’ 3G pitch will be closed as the club’s youth and junior, women’s and football & education teams come to terms with a stoppage to their season.
Everyone at the club is saddened to have to take this step but they want to reassure supporters that it is simply a pause in play.
The club shop will remain closed, but with Christmas fast-approaching there is no need for the Moors fan in your life to miss out on the perfect gift!
Moors’ online club store is still very much alive, https://shop.solihullmoorsfc.co.uk/ so supporters can shop until their heart’s content.
Postage and packaging is the advised option but if fans do want to click and collect, they can email email@example.com to arrange a pick-up time.
However, just because Moors have temporarily closed its doors, it does not mean that the club has stopped working.
Exciting times await the Moors, improvements to the stadium are being made and the club can’t wait to welcome their loyal supporters back into the stands.
Meanwhile, the first team can continue as usual in their preparation for Sunday’s Emirates FA Cup first round tie at Scunthorpe United.
The Vanarama National League fixture schedule also remains untouched, with the league being classed as ‘elite’.
Be sure to purchase your live stream match pass for Sunday’s cup tie: https://www.scunthorpe-united.co.uk/matches/fixtures/first-team/202021/november/scunthorpe-united-vs-solihull-moors-on-07-nov-20/