Helen’s latest blog focuses on the big plans the club has in place for the recently launched female Development Centres.
Helen Templeton’s second blog chats through a successful weekend for the Motherwell girls at all levels.
Motherwell Ladies midfielder Helen Templeton kicks off her new blog introducing herself after signing for the Steelmen.
The MFC Community Trust have launched a Girls Performance Centre designed to increase participation in football for girls and women between the ages of 7 and 17 and develop the elite players of the future.
Motherwell FC & Breathing Space, Scotland’s mental health phoneline have renewed their partnership for the 14/15 season.
Motherwell FC Community Trust is looking for more participants to get involved in GOAL! – A programme which uses the power of football to engage with people over the age of 60 living locally.
The Community Trust is again running their Summer Soccer Camps during the school holidays for boys & girls aged 5-15.
Motherwell FC is providing female supporters aged between 35-65 the chance to become more active, improve their diet and develop a healthier lifestyle through the FFIT for women project.
Mascots Claret and Amber will be in the town centre this Friday at the launch of our third community newspaper, Fir Park News.
Motherwell FC have signed for ‘Men United’ in the fight against prostate cancer, a new campaign from Prostate Cancer UK.
Youngsters aged 5-14 are bring urged to get fit and healthy, improve their football skills and have fun by taking part in the 2014 MFC Community Trust Easter Holiday Camp.
Following discussions with NLC, the MFC Community Trust has secured funding from the Big Lottery to carry out a community-wide consultation and transform the existing Muirhouse pitches.