FOOTBALL - Moors launch brand new family zone - The Solihull Observer

FOOTBALL - Moors launch brand new family zone

Solihull Editorial 26th Oct, 2021   0

SOLIHULL Moors have launched a brand new family zone which will provide a dedicated family friendly environment for supporters on home matchdays.


Situated in Block D of the Damson Homes Stand and sponsored by Party Pieces – the family zone creates a warm, welcoming and fun atmosphere for supporters.


The family zone is the ideal setting within Damson Park for parents with young children to sit and watch the game, alongside other families and is located next to a refreshment hub.


Over the coming weeks, the Solihull Moors Foundation will lead a variety of activities within the Party Pieces Family Zone for kids to undertake.


The zone includes a selfie station – where young fans (and parents) can have their picture taken with Moors mascot, Soli the Moorkat.


Moors have ensured there will always be a player presence within the Family Zone – both men’s and women’s first team stars will be on hand to chat, take pictures and sign autographs.


The club’s aim is to embrace their strong community feel and involve and engage youngsters on matchdays through games, themed fixtures, and on-the-pitch challenges led by Moors Foundation staff at every home fixture.


You can purchase tickets in the Party Pieces Family Zone (Block D of the Damson Homes Stand) for Moors’ upcoming fixtures here:


The club would also like to remind anyone who purchases a ticket that under 12’s go FREE with a full paying adult.


Party Pieces was founded by Carole Middleton in 1987 and creates premium products for every milestone and calendar event from baby showers to wedding anniversaries.


To find out more about Party Pieces, head to their website to discover more:


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