Moors Honoured For Community Work At FSA Awards

Solihull Moors were named Non-League Community Club of the Year at the prestigious FSA Awards.

The Moors - who were nominated for the award by the FSA themselves - bagged the gong on Monday night at the awards ceremony at Nobu in London.

Fellow Vanarama National League club Gateshead were also nominated for the award - as were Gosport Borough and South Shields.

The Solihull Moors Foundation have been able to reach over 2000 people in the local area through their football, education and outreach work.

The FSA commended the Moors' Foundation for their incredible work despite limited resources - and pointed to their ability to secure their own funding.

"The award is recognition for the work carried out by everyone involved in the Foundation," the club said on their website.

"From our core of hardworking volunteer coaches, sessional staff and full-time staff under the leadership of Chairman Ed Parker, the trustees and CEO, Becci Fox. We are extremely proud of all their efforts."

CEO of the Solihull Moors Foundation, Becci Fox added: “This award is recognition of all the hard work by everyone involved in the foundation, who serve the community with dedication, meaning we are able to offer a variety of projects to the wider community that makes us inclusive. It really is a celebration for all”.

To find out more about the work done by the Solihull Moors Foundation click here.

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