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  • First team

    Previewing the trip to face Aberdeen

  • First team

    Kilmarnock away ticket information

  • First team

    Ryan Bowman fired up for trip to Pittodrie

  • First team

    Need to Know: A look at Aberdeen

  • Archive

    Scene Setter: ‘Well face Dons at Pittodrie

  • First team

    In Numbers: ‘Well travel to face Dons

  • First team

    A coffee and a chat with Chris Cadden

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Win a year’s supply of IRN-BRU

  • First team

    Trevor Carson injury update

  • Women

    Donald Jennow issues semi-final rallying call

  • First team

    Previewing the trip to face Aberdeen

    Previewing the trip to face Aberdeen

    It’s Aberdeen next for Motherwell, as they go in the hunt of points in the Ladbrokes Premiership.

    Pittodrie was a happy hunting ground last campaign, with the Steelmen winning 2-0 on their only visit. Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the match.

    The form guide

    Both teams arrive at the game in topsy-turvy form.

    Motherwell’s weekend loss to Hearts was narrow and came off the back of a run of three games unbeaten, including wins at Livingston and Dundee, and a home draw with Rangers.

    Aberdeen have no wins in their last three, drawing away to Hibernian and St Johnstone, and losing 2-0 at home to Kilmarnock.

    But the Dons had started the domestic campaign strong, drawing at home to Rangers and then beating Dundee and St Mirren.

    Team news

    Curtis Main is out for the trip north with injury. Trevor Carson will be assessed as he continues his recovery from a minor ankle injury.

    Conor Sammon is available to play, having been ineligible to face his parent club Hearts last weekend.

    Ticket prices

    Adult entry will cost £26, while there are a range of concession prices available.

    Over 65s can get in for £19, while over 75s and under 21s can gain entry for £15.

    Under 18s go for £10, and children aged 12 and under can get in for £6.

    Anyone requiring ambulant or wheelchair access should contact Brian on 07428 225254.

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  • First team

    Kilmarnock away ticket information

    Kilmarnock away ticket information

    Motherwell travel to face Kilmarnock in the Ladbrokes Premiership on Saturday, September 29.

    The Steelmen make their first visit to Rugby Park since December last year, when the hosts ran out 1-0 winners.

    Before then, Motherwell won their previous four trips to Ayrshire, picking up three 2-1 wins and a 1-0 victory.

    You can buy your tickets in advance online now from our ticketing website.

    Alternatively, a pay gate will be in operation.

    Adult tickets are priced at £22. Concessions, deemed to be over 65s, under 21s or students, can get in for £17. Children aged under 16 can get tickets for just £5.

    Live streaming

    Please note that there will be no live television pictures from this game. Live audio is available to our streaming subscribers at tv.motherwellfc.co.uk.

  • First team

    Ryan Bowman fired up for trip to Pittodrie

    After making his return from injury, Ryan Bowman is fired up and ready for a trip to take on Aberdeen.

    The striker, who has made a number of appearances off the bench in recent weeks, is biding his time. But as a group, he believes the Steelmen can take on any team in the country.

    “As players, we know that if we’re all on it, we can match anyone in this league,” he said.

    “We know what to expect from Aberdeen, it’ll be a tough game but one we’re ready for.”


  • First team

    Need to Know: A look at Aberdeen

    Need to Know: A look at Aberdeen

    Having finished second in the Ladbrokes Premiership for the past four seasons, Motherwell face difficult opponents in Aberdeen on Saturday.

    We take a look at Derek McInnes’ side ahead of the first meeting between the two sides this season.

    Hard to beat

    Despite sitting eighth in the league, the Reds have only suffered two defeats in all competitions this season.

    That includes a double header against Premier League side Burnley, who left Pittodrie with a 1-1 draw before registering the same score line at Turf Moor. Sean Dyche’s men managed to win in extra time though, with the game ending 4-2 on aggregate to the English side.

    Since then, only Kilmarnock have got the better of the Dons, when they won 2-0 at Pittodrie earlier this month.

    Tricky Pittodrie

    The Reds have a strong record against the Steelmen on their own turf, suffering just one defeat in the last seven games against the ‘Well up north.

    That defeat came last season though, in the only game between the two at Pittodrie in 2017/18, when the Fir Park side put in a stunning display and won 2-0.

    Only Celtic, Rangers and Motherwell managed to leave Aberdeen with all three points last term.

    New faces

    Since the last meeting between the two sides at Hampden back in April, there have been a number of changes in personnel for Saturday’s opponents.

    Anthony O’Connor and Adam Rooney switched the Premiership for England’s League One and National League respectively, whilst Stephen Gleeson and Chris Forrester came the other way.

    James Wilson and Tommie Hoban were two interesting acquisitions for the Dons, having arrived on loan from Manchester United and Watford respectively.

  • Archive

    Scene Setter: ‘Well face Dons at Pittodrie

    Scene Setter: ‘Well face Dons at Pittodrie

    The first trip to Pittodrie since November 2017 awaits the Steelmen on Saturday, with a lot to play for at stake for both sides.

    Here, we set the scene of what is sure to be an interesting game in the Ladbrokes Premiership.

    Tough to call

    In the meetings between the two sides last term, Motherwell won three, keeping a clean in all three of those wins.

    Likewise, the Dons won twice and kept two clean sheets as they collected six points from the three league meetings.

    The Steelmen picked up three points, but knocked out the Reds in both the Betfred Cup and the Scottish Cup during two memorable cup runs.

    Points to prove

    Both sides find themselves towards the foot of the table, albeit after a mere five games.

    However, Stephen Robinson and Derek McInnes will be keen to steer their sides up the table after reaching such highs in 2017/18.

    Aberdeen finished second in the league, whilst the Steelmen reached two cup finals and finished seventh.

    Searching for momentum

    Saturday’s fixture isn’t only a case of getting points on the board, it also happens to be scheduled just a few days before the two sides go in to the biggest games of the 2018/19 campaign so far.

    Both the Steelmen and the Dons find themselves in Betfred Cup quarter final action in midweek, and with a spot in the last four up for grabs, both will be eager to go in to the fixtures on the back of a win.

    Stephen Robinson’s men face Hearts at Tynecastle on Wednesday night, while Derek McInnes’ side head to the capital to take on Hibernian on Tuesday.

  • First team

    In Numbers: ‘Well travel to face Dons

    In Numbers: ‘Well travel to face Dons

    After a narrow defeat to Hearts at Fir Park, the Steelmen travel to Pittodrie for the first time in 2018 in search of a return to winning ways.

    Here is a look at the game in numbers.


    The slender points total separating Motherwell in ninth from Aberdeen in eighth.

    A win for the Steelmen would see them jump above the Dons in the table, whilst a win for Derek McInnes’ side could potentially see them move in to the top six.

    Both sides are also looking for their second wins of the Premiership campaign.


    Despite meeting on five occasions last season, there was never a game when both sides managed to score.

    In those games, Stephen Robinson’s men kept three clean sheets, scoring eight goals in total. The Dons, on the other hand, kept two cleans sheets and scored three.

    The last meeting at Pittodrie was in November 2017, when the Fir Parkers won 2-0.


    Saturday’s fixture against last season’s runners-up in the Ladbrokes Premiership will be the 298th time the two sides have met.

    Should Stephen Robinson’s men pick up three points, it will be the 84th time the claret and amber side have put the reds to the sword.

    The Dons have had the upper hand over the years though, and are in search of their 125th win over ‘Well.

  • First team

    A coffee and a chat with Chris Cadden

    Chris Cadden sits down for a coffee and a chat ahead of the Steelmen’s trip to Pittodrie, fresh off the back of representing Scotland yet again.

    Our interview was filmed at the Windmills Cafe in Motherwell.

    Windmills is a social enterprise cafe in the heart of Motherwell which is committed to ensuring young people with learning disabilities have equal access to meaningful work experience opportunities. For more information, visit Windmills Cafe’s website.

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Win a year’s supply of IRN-BRU

    Win a year’s supply of IRN-BRU

    Want to win a year’s supply of IRN-BRU and also support the future stars of Motherwell at the same time?

    Tickets are now on sale for the Colts’ IRN-BRU Cup third round match with Sligo Rovers and everyone who buys a ticket in advance will be entered into a prize draw to win.

    Stephen Craigan’s side take on their Irish opponents on Saturday, 13 October at Fir Park and we want to get as big a crowd as possible along to cheer on the young Steelmen. Kick off is at 3pm.

    To win, just buy an adult ticket via our online ticketing platform at tickets.motherwellfc.co.uk. Alternatively, you can buy by phone on 01698 333333, or directly from the Motherwell ticket office.


    Adult tickets are priced at £8, concessions £4 and kids aged 15 and under go for £2.

    Concessions are 16 to 18 year olds, full time students with a valid matriculation card and ages 60 and over.


    All supporters will be seated in the John Hunter stand at Fir Park. Away fans will be in the north section of the stand, with Motherwell supporters taking up the rest of the stand.

    Tickets are being sold online on a free seating basis. Fans will not be allocated specific seats at the point of purchase.

    Sligo Rovers fans should buy direct from their club. An allocation of tickets are being sent to be purchased directly from Sligo.

    • The competition operator is The Motherwell Football and Athletic Football Club Limited, whose registered office is Firpark, Motherwell, ML1 2QN.
    • Adult ticket purchase required to win, entrants must be aged 18 or over. Competition entrants must be residents of the United Kingdom. Employees of Motherwell FC and their relatives are not eligible to enter.
    • Winners can choose from a supply of IRN-BRU, IRN-BRU Sugar Free or IRN-BRU Xtra. There is no cash equivalent.
    • The competition will close at 10pm on Friday, 12 October. All tickets purchased after this deadline will not be included as an entry to the draw.
    • The competition winner must arrange collection of the prize from Fir Park.
    • A “year’s supply” is the equivalent of 365 cans.
    • Entry into the draw is provided through the purchase of an adult ticket.
    • Ticket purchases can be made via our online ticketing platform at tickets.motherwellfc.co.uk, by phone on 01698 333333, or directly from the Motherwell ticket office.
    • A winner will be drawn at random on Saturday, 13 October. The winner will be announced over the tannoy system at Fir Park, on the Motherwell FC website and social media channels.
    • The winner agrees to the use of his/her name and image in any publicity material, as well as their entry. Entry into the competition will be deemed as acceptance of these terms and conditions.
    • Motherwell FC reserves the right to cancel the competition if circumstances arise outside of its control.
  • First team

    Trevor Carson injury update

    Trevor Carson injury update

    Trevor Carson suffered no serious injury in the tackle that saw him substituted during the weekend match with Hearts.

    Following scans on Monday and Tuesday, the goalkeeper was shown to have sustained no bone break or fracture.

    There is no other damage other than initial cuts, bruises and minor soft tissue damage.

    The Northern Ireland international is an injury doubt for the weekend trip to Aberdeen and will continue to be assessed.

  • Women

    Donald Jennow issues semi-final rallying call

    Donald Jennow issues semi-final rallying call

    Motherwell boss Donald Jennow has issued a rallying call to fans to turn out to support the women’s team in their forthcoming SSE Scottish Women’s Cup semi-final.

    After securing the SWPL 2 title, the women of steel booked the place in the last four with a battling 1-0 victory over St Johnstone on Sunday.

    Jennow is delighted that the players are reaping the rewards of all their efforts and believes they deserve all the attention that will come with a Scottish Cup semi final, which will take place on 14 October at Forthbank Stadium against Spartans.

    “From our perspective we went into the draw against a big three,” he said. “They are all SWPL 1 sides and all of them therefore would go into a tie against us as favourites.

    “The excitement comes in it being a Scottish Cup semi-final, it was well earned courtesy of a very hard fought quarter-final.

    “The more Motherwell fans we can get along there the better it will be for us. I know the reserves play a number of their games at Forthbank, so it’ll be a familiar ground for a number of ‘Well supporters.

    “My big thing is it’s the same badge on that shirt, it’s your club and we’re a part of it and trying to do the club proud.

    “If you can come along and give us a wee bit extra support then it would be more than appreciated.”

    Having wrapped up the title early and standing just one game away from a prestigious final, the head coach has rightly heaped praise on the achievements of his squad over the course of a magnificent season so far.

    “It’s a platform that the players deserve,” he said. “There’s a whole number of off-field issues that individuals have had to deal with this season

    “Football can be a different world at times, but there is a life away from the game and there are a number who haven’t had their troubles to seek.

    “I’m incredibly proud of the team of how they’ve handled and managed that, together with their dedication and commitment to playing for Motherwell.

    “Those two things together make them deserving of a place in the semi-final and the attention that comes with that.”

    Since taking over from Eddie Wolecki Black, Jennow has overseen two victories, a 9-0 win over Central Girls in the league, followed by the cup victory over St Johnstone.

    Currently 16 points ahead in the table, the team now have their sights set on finishing their league campaign on a high.

    Sunday will see the third visit to Aberdeen in as many months, the Dons will be reeling for a points deduction that almost certainly will see them relegated, but the ‘Well boss insists his team won’t drop their standards.

    “The first league game was so important,” he added. “We spoke about momentum and how easy it can be to lose that despite having worked so hard over the course of the season, so to win so well against Central was very pleasing.

    “We’re very keen to show the league the respect it deserves, we don’t want to end the season on a whimper and reduce the gap that we’ve worked incredibly hard to create.

    “I was also told the other day that there’s potentially some records there to be broken, so as competitors that obviously holds motivation for us too.

    “The plaudits always go to the players at the end of the day, they are the ones who win the games, score the goals and keep the clean sheets.

    “Wounded animals can often be the most dangerous and we know we’ll have to be at our best to win at Aberdeen.”