SOLIHULL Moors have joined forces with ICE Cleaning to tackle the spread of viruses and bacteria as the club readies its SportNation.bet stadium for the return of fans.
Moors called on ICE Cleaning to carry out a virus decontamination of the stadium ahead of the last two home games of the season.
Anne-Marie Eden, chief executive of Solihull Moors said: “The health and wellbeing of our players, fans and employees has been of paramount importance to us over the last year.
“As we begin to welcome supporters back to the stadium, it is vital that we are doing everything we can to protect them.
“The service that ICE Cleaning has provided so far has been exceptional and enables us to reassure our supporters that we are doing everything we can to prevent the spread of viruses.
“We endeavour to protect their safety to make them feel comfortable and safe when visiting the stadium.”
Adam Rhodes, chairman of ICE Cleaning, added: “As a supporter myself, it is great to see just how committed the club is to creating a safe and hygienic environment and protecting the wellbeing of all individuals.”