We hit the road again on Saturday 1st October as we face Solihull Moors, 3pm kick-off. You can still book your spot on our supporters’ coach, departing at 10.15am for a £25 return, by clicking here.

Visiting supporters will be located in standing blocks K, L and M of The Forest Stand and can enter via turnstile 9. Accessible seating can be found in Blocks A and B of the Damson Homes Stand.

Tickets are on sale at the following prices (There is also a £1 booking fee) and can be purchased here:

Ticket typePrice
Adult (25+)£21
Concessions (65+ and 18-24)£16
Under 18£11
Under 12 (must be accompanied by a full paying adult)£3.50

Please note that Under 14’s must be accompanied by an adult.

DIRECTIONS (PROVIDED BY SOLIHULL MOORS)

Car

The M42 will be closed in both directions between junction 5 and junction 6.

A reminder that you can book your spot on our supporters’ coach here.

Train

Please note: There is a train strike planned for this day

Solihull Railway Station is served by trains from Birmingham Moor Street and London Marylebone. The ground is situated two and half miles away from the station in a roughly north-easterly direction.

Birmingham International Station is roughly one and half miles from the ground and is on the Euston to Birmingham New Street line.

Bus

The X12 bus runs to the ground every 15/20 minutes from Solihull Town Centre, the NCP and Birmingham International.

Click here to view the X12 bus route, stops and full timetable.

Match Commentary:

Can’t make the trip? Don’t worry we’ll have live commentary from around 2.50pm, by clicking here.

The Opposition 

Solihull Moors sit sixth in the National League on 18 points from ten matches.

The Moors have won two out of their last five matches, beating Torquay and Altrincham, drawing with Barnet and losing to Notts County and Woking.

Their top scorer is Andy Dallas, the 23-year-old forward has picked up six goals during this campaign.

Solihull were promoted to the National League after winning the National League North in the 2015/16 season.

The Moors have gone to have 16th, 18th, second, ninth, 11th and third placed finishes in the fifth tier.

The Opposition Manager

The Solihull manager is Neil Ardley who was appointed on the 14th June 2021 following his departure from Notts County three months prior.

He has guided the West Midlands side to sixth place at this point of the National League season.

Ardley has managed 63 competitive fixtures with the Moors, achieving 35 wins.

The 50-year-old has previously managed the Cardiff City Academy, AFC Wimbledon and Notts County. With the Dons, he achieved promotion from League Two to League One in 2016, winning the play-offs. 

During his playing career, Ardley played as a midfielder. He featured for Wimbledon, Watford, Cardiff City and Millwall, making over 400 appearances in league football.

The Previous Meeting

Bromley last took on the Moors at Damson Park on the 2nd of May. The match resulted in a 3-0 win for the hosts, with goals from Rooney, Sbarra and Dallas. 

Written by Harrison Eve

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