Moors are delighted to have struck a deal with NCP which sees supporters able to take advantage of a reduced car parking tariff on matchdays.

As of this Saturday’s game against Southend United, Moors fans will be able to access a 40% discount on their matchday parking.

Duration of stay

Normal tariff

Discounted tariff (40% off)

1 hour

£2.00

£1.20

1 to 2 hours

£3.50

£2.10

3 to 5 hours

£5.00

£3.00

5 to 8 hours

£7.50

£4.50

8 to 24 hours

£10.00

£6.00

This exclusive offer will apply to those who choose to use the NCP Car Park Birmingham Airport Cargo Term (B26 3QT).

With the car park no more than a 15-minute walk from the SportNation.bet Stadium, it gives fans the perfect chance to get a breath of fresh air and settle any pre-match nerves.

In order to receive this great offer, all fans need to do, is download the ParkPass NCP App on their mobile device and use the Saver ID: HMFC4X

And if that wasn’t enough, you will receive a further 10% off parking during your first month as a thank you for taking the time to download the App.

For more information on how to do this, please visit https://www.ncp.co.uk/parking-solutions/ncpparkpass/

Once you have successfully downloaded the App, there are further instructions on how to apply your exclusive Saver ID code at https://www.ncp.co.uk/parking-solutions/ncpparkpass/guide/#saverid

You can also download instructions directly HERE

If you are worried about using mobile data on the day, why not download and set up the app before your visit.

Once the exclusive Saver code is activated, it will apply for the rest of the season, and you will not need to enter it again.

For supporters who arrive to matches in good time, on-site car parking is available at the SportNation.bet Stadium on a first come first served basis (£5 per car).

The club are fortunate to have 200+ spaces on-site but, once full, the NCP offer provides supporters with an affordable, local alternative.

We would like to remind supporters that parking on the Damson Parkway dual carriageway (a red route) is illegal and fines will be incurred should you decide to park there.