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  • First team

    Motherwell hit five in Darlington win

  • Well Society

    Well Society giving away £500 travel voucher

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Jake Hastie loaned to Alloa Athletic

  • Well Society

    Academy receives Well Society donation

  • First team

    2018/19 home kit on sale now

  • First team

    Curtis Main: “It’s time to work hard”

  • First team

    Rangers clash selected for TV

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Shea Gordon moves on loan to Partick Thistle

  • First team

    Ticket information for Darlington trip

  • First team

    Highlights as ‘Well win at Crusaders

  • First team

    Motherwell hit five in Darlington win

    Motherwell hit five in Darlington win

    Motherwell continued their pre-season preparations with a 5-1 win over Darlington.

    Danny Johnson bagged his second goal in as many friendlies as the Steelmen stormed to a 2-0 lead within seven minutes.

    Cédric Kipré’s opener from inside the six-yard box was followed up by Johnson’s stunning volley at Blackwell Meadows, as ‘Well asserted their control over the National League North opposition.

    Allan Campbell made it three before half time with a neat finish on the bounce, placing the ball beyond Maddison in to the side of the net.

    The hosts pulled one back thanks to a neat finish from Harvey Saunders, who got the better of Aaron Taylor-Sinclair before prodding neatly past Trevor Carson eight minutes after the restart.

    Stephen Robinson made a number of changes midway through the second half, with 17-year-old James Scott among those to be introduced.

    Ryan Bowman capped off 90 minutes with a neat lob made it 4-1 to the Fir Parkers. The striker latched on to Carl McHugh’s defensive header which looped over the Darlington defence before being helped on by the English striker from eight yards.

    Youngster Scott wrapped up proceedings with just seconds to go, cutting in from the left at pace and fizzing a low effort in to the far corner.

    Up next for the Steelmen is Dunfermline on Thursday, as Robinson’s men look to continue their strong pre-season form.

  • Well Society

    Well Society giving away £500 travel voucher

    Well Society giving away £500 travel voucher

    The Well Society, in partnership with i4travel in Wishaw, are giving away a £500 travel voucher to one lucky society member to be spent on a trip of their choice.

    i4travel’s award-winning staff have a wealth of experience and offer the personal touch when it comes to finding you great deals on flights, cruises, accommodation and package holidays worldwide.

    All Well Society members who are either pledging monthly, or have made a contribution of at least £50 in the last 12 months, will be included in the prize draw. It will take place on Monday 1 August.

    If you aren’t yet a member of the Well Society, or you are an existing member who wishes to continue to support the Well Society, simply click here to set up a monthly pledge or here to make a donation. As long as you pledge or donate before 1 August, you will be entered in the draw.

    You can check out all i4travel have to offer here or call the friendly team on 01698 377510.

    Terms and conditions

    Travel voucher is valid until 31 December 2019. No cash alternatives offered. If the winner wishes to give the voucher to a friend or family member they can, as long as that person is a Well Society member.

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Jake Hastie loaned to Alloa Athletic

    Jake Hastie loaned to Alloa Athletic

    Jake Hastie will spend the first half of the 2018/19 season on loan with Alloa Athletic.

    The young forward will link up with the Ladbrokes Championship side until January, as he continues his development.

    The 19-year-old, who has played for Motherwell’s first team on three occasions, spent last campaign on loan at Airdrieonians.

    Also a member of Stephen Craigan’s Under 20s squad, Hastie made 32 appearances for the Diamonds, scoring three goals.

    “This is another good opportunity for Jake to get games under his belt,” manager Stephen Robinson said of the move.

    “Having spent time with us in Ireland in pre season and impressed, it’s important he gets playing time.

    “It’s also a new challenge for him stepping up to a higher division. We will continue to monitor his progress and hope Jake performs well in the Championship.”

  • Well Society

    Academy receives Well Society donation

    The Well Society have made a generous £5,000 donation to the Motherwell Football Club academy. 

    The funds, which will go towards supporting a number of areas of the academy, have been gathered as a result of numerous pledges from the society’s members.

    Academy director Steven Hammell believes it will go a long way. “It will help us everywhere, we’re just trying to improve every area we can,” he said.

    “We’re improving sports science, video analysis, day-to-day equipment and facilities too. We’re just trying to create better players, but also better young people as well.”

    Joint chair of the Well Society, Douglas Dickie, says that this donation is an example of the good that can come from fan support, and is urging for more of the same.

    “We do support the club, we integrate with the club and are supporting it financially and just giving it any support we can,” he said.

    “We now see where this money is going and it’s not going in to a black hole. As owners of the club, this money is going directly in to the club in order to secure the future.”

  • First team

    2018/19 home kit on sale now

    2018/19 home kit on sale now

    The wait is over. You can now buy your 2018/19 Motherwell FC home kit in store.

    Our new outfit for the forthcoming season has proved popular with pre orders and you can get yours via our online shop or in store at Fir Park.

    Our away kit is also available for pre order. A launch date will be announced shortly.

  • First team

    Curtis Main: “It’s time to work hard”

    Striker Curtis Main speaks as Motherwell step up their pre-season preparations ahead of his first full season with the club.

  • First team

    Rangers clash selected for TV

    Rangers clash selected for TV

    Motherwell’s Ladbrokes Premiership fixture against Rangers has been moved for TV. 

    The clash, played on Sunday, August 26, kicks off at 12:15pm and will be broadcast live on BT Sport.

    The game at Fir Park is the first clash against the Ibrox side in the 2018/19 campaign.

    Ticket information will be announced in due course.

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Shea Gordon moves on loan to Partick Thistle

    Shea Gordon moves on loan to Partick Thistle

    Shea Gordon will spend the 2018/19 campaign on loan with Partick Thistle.

    The Northern Irish midfielder, who has made four first team appearances for the Steelmen, moves to Firhill as the Jags look to bounce back to the Ladbrokes Premiership.

    Everyone at the club wishes Shea well and will continue to monitor his progress in the Championship. Motherwell have the option to recall him from his loan in January.

  • First team

    Ticket information for Darlington trip

    Ticket information for Darlington trip

    Motherwell travel to face Darlington in their next pre-season fixture on Sunday, 8 July.

    Fans can pay on the gate at Blackwell Meadows, with entry prices £10 for adults and £5 for concessions.

    Motherwell fans will not have access to the home stand on the east of the ground but will access to all other areas.

  • First team

    Highlights as ‘Well win at Crusaders

    Watch the best of the action as the Steelmen win 1-0 at Crusaders, courtesy of Danny Johnson’s late headed winner.