Is it your first visit to the Stadium, Solihull Moors?

First time at the Stadium?

Not only do we have a new-look squad on the pitch, but our home also has a fresh, new look off the pitch.

There has been significant changes to Damson Park during the off-season to improve customer experience on matchdays.  

Read on to get up to speed with what’s new at the ground for the 2019/20 season.

Where do we play our matches?

Stadium Address: Stadium, Damson Parkway, Solihull, B92 9EJ

What time should I arrive?

For a 2pm kick-off on Sunday, the gates will open at 1pm. We encourage you to arrive early and make the most of the new food and drink outlets available. For a Wednesday game and a 7.30pm kick-off, the gates open at 6.30pm. We regularly run pre-match activities in our Family Zone and giveaways before a game, please check the @BCFCwomen Twitter page for up-to-date information.

Where can I park?

There is plenty of parking options in and around the stadium. FREE parking is available at the ground on a first come first serve basis.

After the stadium car park is full, customers are advised to use the NCP Freeport Multi Storey Car Park, a 10-12 minute walk from the ground. Blues customers get discounted parking at the NCP on matchdays.

Customers will pay £2 which is a 1 hour charge but will be allowed 4 hours parking with a permit. Customers must have a permit displayed to have extra allowance on the tariff. Permits are available from NCP staff at the entrance to the car park. The machines at the NCP car park are coins only but there is a facility for customers to pay with card by phone.

For any queries, customers can call the NCP control centre which is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week on 01217816680. 

Address: Freeport Multi Storey, Cargo Terminal, Terminal Rd, Birmingham B26 3QT 

Where can I sit?

Seating is unreserved around the stadium and seats are available on a first-come-first-serve basis. The Jerroms and Draintech stands are covered standing areas. Disabled supporters have 17 reserved seats in the front row of the Damson Homes stand, closest to the turnstiles. There is up to 12 wheelchair plus carer spaces available.  

Where are the toilets?

Toilets are located inside the main clubhouse and on the opposite side of the stadium behind the Gas Centre Stand.

Can I buy a programme?

Yes, programmes are available from the club shop (on the right of the turnstiles) priced at £2.50. You can also pick up FREE autograph cards, 2019/20 home and away replica shirts, scarves and other pocket money items. From pin badges (£3) to gym bags (£6) there’s something for all the family to enjoy. The shop is cash only. The Stadium does offer cashback within the clubhouse bar, in case you require these facilities.

Where can I buy food and drink?

Check out our new food huts dotted around the ground. From here, you can purchase chips, Pukka Pies and a selection of hot and cold drinks. Pies are priced at £3, chips for £2 and all drinks are £2. Pie choices are Steak and Kidney, Balti, Chicken and Mushroom, Meat and Potato and Cheese and Onion. Blues is proud to announce Sadler’s Brewing Co as our new back-of-shirt sponsor. As well as sponsoring the Season Launch Event, Sadler’s products are now available for purchase from bars around the stadium. Why not give Sadler’s Peaky Blinder lager a try at half-time.

Can I meet the players?

Yes. Don’t forget to stay after the final whistle to meet your favourite player and get a magic moment selfie and autograph. The team will make their way to the side of the pitch on the Damson Homes stand side after the match. Make your way down after full-time with your autograph cards and pens ready for the players to sign. Head to the club shop to collect your FREE autograph card before kick-off.