The Nick Mowl Cup is back this Sunday, 1st August!
For the third time in four years, players will take to the field in memory of former Solihull Borough player Nick Mowl, who tragically took his own life in 2017 at the age of just 41.
Former England midfielder Gareth Barry leads the household names in action, alongside local teams, as funds are raised for The Kaleidoscope Plus Group charity.
The first two events, in May 2018 and 2019, raised more than £25,000, as the all-important funds were handed over to Kaleidoscope Plus Group who provide a Suicide Prevention Service for people who suffer anxiety, depression or have suicidal thoughts.
With Covid-19 preventing the tournament from running last year, Nick’s father, John Mowl, and close friend, Richard Beale, thought the re-establishment of the event was pivotal.
There has been a 200% increase in the use of the text service over the last six months, with Covid-19 placing increasing effects on people’s well-being.
Spectator entry is FREE for Sunday’s six-a-side tournament which takes place on the 3G pitch at Solihull Moors Football Club from 11am.
Car park and match programme donations are very much appreciated, with refreshments available at the bar and That Smoke Truck which serves Texas street food.
Find out more about Kaleidoscope Plus Group HERE