It's a Non-League Day celebration as Solihull Moors host Bromley at the SportNation.bet Stadium this Saturday afternoon (3pm kick off).
Ticket prices have been reduced for the clash so, whether it'll be your 100th or first game watching the Moors, come and cheer Tim Flowers' side on.
Here’s your full match preview…
The Moors are in tip-top home form, having won their last three matches at the SportNation.bet Stadium. A 2-0 victory against Sutton United on Tuesday evening was watched by more than 3,000 supporters.
Bromley have made an explosive start to the campaign having won nine, drawn five and lost just two of their opening 16 matches. They currently sit in second place, but only behind leaders FC Halifax Town on goals conceded.
In the opposite dugout - Neil Smith
The 47-year-old’s playing career included spells at Tottenham Hotspur, Gillingham, Fulham and Reading. A UEFA qualified football coach, Smith was appointed First Team Manager at Bromley following a successful run of games in interim charge. He signed a two-year contract to become the club's new first team manager in April 2016. He then guided the club to a record tenth place finish in the National League in 2016/17.
Opposition key man - Michael Cheek
The 27-year-old striker is a seasoned performer at National League level. He joined Bromley in the summer after scoring 16 goals for Ebbsfleet United last season.
Cheek has already netted eight times in this current campaign.
The last time the two sides met - Bromley 0-2 Solihull Moors, Friday 19th April 2019
Solihull Moors kept their National League promotion hopes alive with a hard-fought win away from home.
The Moors took the lead after 15 minutes when Danny Wright squared to Jamey Osborne on the run and the midfielder found the net, despite the efforts of home goalkeeper Dave Gregory.
Wright put Tim Flowers' men further clear just before the hour-mark when he expertly headed in from Jamie Reckord's cross.
Earlier in that season, the Moors put five goals past Bromley in a home rout.
Did you know?
71,983 people live in the Borough of Bromley; supposedly the happiest place to live in outer London. Out of 32 London boroughs, Bromley was rated second happiest according to The Information Capital in 2014. Bromley is thought to boast the most contented people anywhere in London - with only Kensington and Chelsea pushing it into second place.
Supporters can purchase tickets for the game in advance by clicking HERE.
The ticket box office will be open for 'on the day' purchases, however we advise purchasing online to ensure smooth entry into the ground.
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Message to supporters
The Club urges all supporters to be responsible in their behaviour and actions. Solihull Moors knows that the overwhelming majority of our supporters do not indulge in anti-social activities and are passionate about the players and the Club. We appreciate this and never take it for granted. We adopt a zero-tolerance stance on anti-social behaviour and spectator misconduct. This includes - amongst other things - drunkenness, throwing of missiles and use and carrying of pyrotechnics (flares, smoke bombs), racist, homophobic or any other discriminatory chanting. Pitch encroachment is forbidden and against the law. Please DO NOT encroach onto the pitch, under any circumstances. Think of the damage you may be doing to your Club and also the punishment you may incur personally. It is important that bottles, coins, flares and other items not thrown at our matches. Again, we would like to thank the overwhelming majority of supporters for their backing and their understanding.
*Please note that supporters cannot re-enter the stadium.