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  • Club

    Rangers tickets now on sale

  • Club

    Ticket prices for Livingston cup tie

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Craigan looks ahead to reserves cup clash

  • Women

    Women hit eight to progress in cup

  • First team

    Highlights from derby day defeat

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Loan Watch: MacLean wins battle of loanees

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Colts prepare for Irn-Bru Cup action

  • First team

    Story of the match from the derby

  • First team

    Players react after derby defeat

  • First team

    Manager urges patience after loss

  • Club

    Rangers tickets now on sale

    Rangers tickets now on sale

    Motherwell supporters can now get their hands on tickets for our upcoming Ladbrokes Premiership clash with Rangers.

    The game, being played at Fir Park on Sunday, 26 August at 12.15pm, is our next league fixture and is sure to be a keenly-contested affair.

    You can buy your tickets via our online ticketing platform now. Rangers supporters are asked to contact their club for information on away ticket sales.

    Tickets in our John Hunter stand are priced at £21 for adults, £17 for concessions and £3 for children aged 15 and under. A family ticket, for one adult and two juveniles, costs £25.

    Our David Cooper stand is priced at £28 for adults, £19 for concessions and £3 for children aged 15 and under. A family ticket, for one adult and two juveniles, costs £32.

    Concession prices apply to those aged 60 and over, 16-18 year olds and full-time students with a valid matriculation card. Juvenile prices are for children aged 15 and under.

    To buy online, you must have been registered on our ticketing platform before Saturday, 11 August. If you weren’t, and would like to buy a ticket, please contact our ticket office on 01698 333333.

    Supporters who are registered to buy online can choose to have their tickets delivered, collected in person at Fir Park or choose our new Print at Home facility.

  • Club

    Ticket prices for Livingston cup tie

    Ticket prices for Livingston cup tie

    Our Betfred Cup match with Livingston on Saturday will be pay at the gate at the ground.

    Following lengthy discussions between both clubs, pricing of £18 for adults and £12 for concessions will apply. Children aged 12 and under will get in for free.

    “We appealed to Livingston for cheaper pricing for the match,” chief executive Alan Burrows said.

    “In previous seasons, comparative Motherwell fixtures at this round of the competition have been cheaper, albeit it was acknowledged from our end that those were midweek matches and this tie is on a Saturday afternoon at 3pm.

    “We fully understand and respect Livingston’s right to put forward any structure they deem fair and reasonable, particularly as they are the home side.

    “In the end, we were able to agree to bring the cost down for adults and young fans under 12 can see the cup tie for free.

    “We hope as many fans ‘Well fans as possible can get behind the lads on Saturday as we aim for another Betfred Cup quarter final.”

    Concession pricing applies to under 18s, those aged 65 and over, and students who show a valid matriculation card. It also applies to disabled supporters. Carers go for free.

    Free tickets for children are limited to three per each paying adult.

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Craigan looks ahead to reserves cup clash

    Reserves manager Stephen Craigan is excited for his side to get back to action in Tuesday’s Irn-Bru Cup clash with East Stirlingshire. 

    The Northern Irishman admits the squad have had to be patient during a long pre-season, but believes cup football is the ideal way to get started in 2018/19.

    Speaking ahead of the first round of the competition, Craigan said: “It’s been quite a long pre-season. We’ve played a number of games in that time, but nothing beats competitive football.

    “It will be a difficult game for us. East Stirlingshire have already played three league games and they’re unbeaten, but we’re looking forward to it.”

    He added: “We have a young, vibrant squad with players who are trying to make their way in reserve team football, and others pushing for a place in the first team.”

    Stephen Craigan will be able to field players aged up to 21 in this season’s competition, as they take on Lowland League opposition.

    The match is being played at the Falkirk Stadium with a 7.45pm kick off. Admission is priced at £10 for adults and £5 for concessions.

  • Women

    Women hit eight to progress in cup

    Women hit eight to progress in cup

    Motherwell stormed into the last eight of the SSE Scottish Women’s Cup with an 8-1 victory over Aberdeen at Garthdee Sports Centre.

    Sammy Hare grabbed a hat-trick and Suzanne Mulvey a brace, while there were also goals for Caitlin RussellMegan Burns and an own goal from Dons midfielder Susan Murray.

    It was the hosts who began the brighter of the two sides, with Motherwell struggling to deal with the extremely poor conditions. Claire Johnstone twice had to make excellent stops to keep the scores level.

    Mulvey and Russell tried their luck from distance as ‘Well looked to take control of the game and the opening goal arrived after 25 minutes. A loose ball fell at the feet of Mulvey, who drilled a low shot into the net.

    Five minutes later it was 2-0, Russell driving down the right and teeing up Hare who made no mistake from close range.

    Motherwell were looking dangerous every time they attacked and they added two further goals before the interval. The first came after Kirsty Mclaughlin’s free kick was turned into her own net by Murray. Two minutes later, Russell’s brilliant run finished with a fizzing shot into the bottom corner.

    It only took 40 seconds of the second half for the women of steel to pick up where they left off. Burns’ shot from distance evaded Anna Blanchard in the Aberdeen goal to make it 5-0.

    The hosts pulled one back when Jo Fraser capitalised on an error by Johnstone, before rolling the ball into the empty net. But Motherwell responded within two minutes, Hare netting after a scramble in the Aberdeen box.

    Kerry Montgomery was full of energy having come off the bench and after her bursting run into the box was ended by a careless foul, Mulvey stepped up to convert from the spot.

    The final goal of the game came courtesy of Hare, who produced another excellent finish to round off a superb display.

    The draw for the quarter final takes place on Tuesday morning, in which ‘Well could be paired with the likes of Celtic, Hibernian or Spartans.

    Photography: Maureen Lyall / Aberdeen LFC

  • First team

    Highlights from derby day defeat

    Motherwell lost out in the opening Lanarkshire derby of the 2018/19 season, with Steven Boyd’s wonder goal the difference as Hamilton Academical were victorious.

    The hosts showed plenty of effort and endeavour but failed to take the chances that came their way, making it two defeats from two so far in the Ladbrokes Premiership in 2018/19.

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Loan Watch: MacLean wins battle of loanees

    Loan Watch: MacLean wins battle of loanees

    Motherwell’s on-loan pair Ross MacLean and Jake Hastie came face-to-face in the Ladbrokes Championship on Saturday.

    Their respective clubs, Greenock Morton and Alloa Athletic, failed to register wins on the opening day and went into the game at the Indodrill Stadium looking to get points on the board.

    It would be MacLean’s side who would claim the upper hand, with both players lasting the 90 minutes as Chris Millar’s double secured victory for the ‘Ton.

    Shea Gordon also got another full game under his belt in the second tier as he helped Partick Thistle to victory in their first home league match of the campaign.

    Having lost to Ayr United the previous week, the Jags were comfortable winners over Falkirk at Firhill, leading 2-0 until a late, late consolation goal for the Bairns.

    In League Two, Neil McLaughlin played 75 minutes for Stirling Albion as they lost out 3-0 at home to Clyde.

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Colts prepare for Irn-Bru Cup action

    Colts prepare for Irn-Bru Cup action

    Motherwell’s youngsters are in action on Tuesday night as they take on East Stirlingshire in the Irn-Bru Cup.

    Stephen Craigan will be able to field players aged up to 21 in this season’s competition, as they take on Lowland League opposition.

    The match is being played at the Falkirk Stadium with a 7.45pm kick off. Admission is priced at £10 for adults and £5 for concessions.

  • First team

    Story of the match from the derby

    The first Lanarkshire derby of the 2018/19 campaign ended in defeat for Motherwell, as Hamilton took the points in a 1-0 victory.

    The hosts put in plenty and were left feeling like they had lost a game they had dominated, which you can watch back in our story of the match.

  • First team

    Players react after derby defeat

    Allan Campbell, Peter Hartley and Gaël Bigirimana spoke after the disappointing defeat against Hamilton.

    The trio spoke of the need for more of a cutting edge in front of goal and the importance of bouncing back in the cup at Livingston next weekend.

  • First team

    Manager urges patience after loss

    Stephen Robinson says he’ll waste no time in trying to get his team to bounce back from Motherwell’s derby defeat.

    The manager says there’s work to do in the final third and improvements to make, as the Steelmen lost out to Hamilton Academical.