Moors are delighted to offer fans a matchday with a difference when we entertain Altrincham on Saturday 29th January.
Following the success of our themed home games this season, we are excited to announce yet another as we get ready to host a Celebration of Culture at the ARMCO Arena.
In partnership with Fans for Diversity, Moors are using the encounter against the Robins as a platform to celebrate diversity within the beautiful game.
The Fans for Diversity campaign is a joint project by the Football Supporters’ Association and Kick It Out. It is a cause Moors are fully behind, making sure everyone, no matter age, disability, gender, race, faith, or sexual orientation feels safe on the terraces.
It’s a stance Moors take very seriously and in a show of support, all first-team players will take to the field wearing t-shirts displaying the Fans for Diversity message.
Football connects people in a way nothing else can and it is time to celebrate this!
Playing to the Crowd!
Dhol players will help get the party started, banging their drums prior to kick off - a sure-fire way to entertain the crowd.
Then, at half-time, Atwal Wealth Management’s generosity means fans will be treated to a performance from Midlands-based dance school, Ultimate Bhangra.
A mix of professional dancers and dance students will light up the ARMCO Arena, so make sure you stick around when the teams disappear down the tunnel at the interval.
Harpreet Atwal, Managing Director of Atwal Wealth Management, said: “We are honoured to be supporting this event and wholeheartedly thank the team at Solihull Moors FC for their assistance.
“I thank you for this opportunity to embrace cultures. Racism is broken the minute we start to understand each other’s culture.
“In a strong message to give racism the red card I am confident that the event will be a roaring success in building lasting relationships.
“I trust many new fans will get to experience the friendly atmosphere of the Moors. Get ready to rock to some fabulous Bhangra music and dancers and enjoy some great football. Let’s Embrace Diversity!”
Nilesh Chauhan, Founder of Villans Together, added: “It's great to see Solihull Moors taking that step to encourage and welcome people from all backgrounds to the club.
“This is great for the club but also great for non-league football as a whole.”
Cooking up a Storm!
After a snack? Well, look no further than Panjabi Rasoi who will be serving up delicious authentic Asian cuisine.
Minu and her team are no strangers to the Moors, having made their bow against Grimsby Town during the Food and Music Festival earlier in the season.
This time around fans will again be able to sample vegetable samosas, chickpea chaat, masala fries, and much more, all washed down with a hot cup of Chai tea!
Moors promise to deliver a real party atmosphere, a true celebration of culture, offering a warm welcome to all within our community!
So, don’t delay, click HERE to secure your tickets NOW!