SOLIHULL Moors owner Darryl Eales says that the club are not out of reach of achieving their long-term aim of reaching League One, as long as they can make it out of the National League.
Beside above, who sponsors Solihull Moors? Non-league football club Solihull Moors has agreed a new shirt sponsorship deal. The Vanarama National League club has partnered up with Shirley-based tech business Wise which is sponsoring both its men’s and women’s teams.
Quick Answer, are fans allowed at Solihull Moors? Due to Covid-19 restrictions and following extensive dialogue with the relevant authorities, a maximum capacity of 600 has been set. As a result, only Solihull Moors season ticket holders will be permitted entry. This match is strictly ALL TICKET and attendees must be a Solihull Moors 2020/21 season ticket holder.
Also know, what did Solihull Moors used to be called? Solihull Moors FC is a merger between the former Solihull Borough and Moor Green football clubs. Solihull Borough was formed in 1953 by Joe McGorian and the Club was originally known as Lincoln FC.
Also the question is, is Solihull Moors pitch grass? A Solihull football club has submitted plans to install a synthetic training pitch in place of its current turf surface. The application by the Moors has been lodged with the council’s planning department and seeks permission to introduce a new 3G facility at the Damson Parkway site.
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