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  • First team

    Watch Motherwell v Livingston live online

  • First team

    Robinson speaks ahead of Livingston clash

  • First team

    Need to Know: A look at Livi

  • Women

    Mulvey believes winning feeling can give cup push

  • First team

    Celtic away match rearranged

  • First team

    A coffee and a chat with Trevor Carson

  • Well Society

    Former players’ nostalgia night

  • First team

    Trevor Carson called up by Northern Ireland

  • Club

    Show racism the red card

  • Women

    Women’s semi-final kick off time moved

  • First team

    Watch Motherwell v Livingston live online

    Watch Motherwell v Livingston live online

    Motherwell’s Ladbrokes Premiership match with Livingston on Saturday, 6 October is available to stream live online.

    Fans who live outside the UK and Ireland can subscribe to see the game at Fir Park, which kicks off at 3pm BST.

    To watch, just head to tv.motherwellfc.co.uk, scroll down and choose from our monthly or annual pass.

    Monthly subscriptions cost £12 and get you access to see the majority of home and away league games.

    If you’re going on holiday, you can also subscribe to watch the stream. Just wait until you are abroad, then sign up for a monthly subscription to see the games.

  • First team

    Robinson speaks ahead of Livingston clash

    Stephen Robinson speaks as Motherwell prepare to face Livingston in the Ladbrokes Premiership.

    And following a tough run of games, the manager is keen to shift momentum at Fir Park.

    “We’re well aware that we need to turn things around,” he said. “I’m very confident that this group of players will.”

     

  • First team

    Need to Know: A look at Livi

    Need to Know: A look at Livi

    Motherwell host Livingston in the Ladbrokes Premiership for the first league meeting between the two sides since May 2006. 

    And after making a strong start to the campaign, Saturday’s opponents arrive at Fir Park brimming with confidence.

    Unbeaten run

    Since the Betfred Cup clash between ‘Well and Livi back in August, the newly promoted side have gone unbeaten.

    In the five matches that followed their 1-0 defeat at the hands of Stephen Robinson’s men, Livingston have defeated Hibernian, Rangers, St Mirren and Hamilton, as well as drawing with table toppers Hearts.

    Collecting clean sheets

    In their 12 games this term, Livingston have only conceded in four games, keeping an impressive eight clean sheets.

    Equally impressive is the fact that their heaviest defeat this season came against last seasons champions Celtic, who won 3-1 in Parkhead.

    Share of goals

    Saturday’s opposition have scored seven goals in the top flight this term, the same total as Stephen Robinson’s side.

    However, their top scorer this season is a share of seven players, with the likes of Steven Lawless, Jack Hamilton and Alan Lithgow all bagging important goals for Gary Holt’s side.

  • Women

    Mulvey believes winning feeling can give cup push

    Mulvey believes winning feeling can give cup push

    Motherwell captain Suzanne Mulvey believes that the winning mentality within the squad can be a key factor in their SSE Scottish Women’s Cup semi-final against Spartans.

    The women of steel take on the SWPL1 side at Forthbank next Sunday, with a place in the final of the showpiece fixture in Scottish women’s football up for grabs.

    It would cap off a phenomenal season for Donald Jennow’s team, who have already stormed to the SWPL2 title with six games to spare and are on the brink of setting a record points total.

    “There’s a winning mentality through the amount of experience that is in the squad,” Mulvey said. “We want to win not just every game, but every tackle, every header and every 50/50.”

    “We know we’ll need to be at our best against Spartans, we’ll continue to work hard in every training session, take all the information we can on board from the coaches and make sure we are as prepared as we possibly can be for the game.

    “It’s very exciting, we take one game at a time and all our focus is on the Spartans game. But if at the start of the season you had said we would have won the league with a number of games to spare and be in the Scottish Cup semi final we’d have jumped at that.

    “This is the type of game I’ve loved playing in throughout my career, it’s going to be a battle and I can’t wait.”

    The mixture of youth and experience has proven to be a winning formula for ‘Well so far this season.

    In recent weeks Cara Lovatt and Natasha Roberts have been handed first team opportunities, while the likes of Kaitlyn Canavan, Lauryn Reside, Caitlin Russell and Kendall Welsh have all played a big part over the course of the season.

    A cup semi-final will be unchartered territory for many of the youngsters, but Mulvey believes the older players will step up to help them adapt to the big occasion.

    “Many of the squad have experienced this type of game before, so it won’t be a new or scary experience,” she added. “For the younger players, we’re building it up as an exciting experience, a great opportunity to get themselves noticed and show that there are a number of good players at Motherwell.

    “It’s a very competitive environment, there are a number of younger players who have come in and made a big impression.

    “To have different options in different positions is fantastic and I think it’s our mixture of youth and experience that has been key to our success this season.”

    While the debate rumbles on over the scheduling of the Betfred League Cup semi finals, there are no such issues when it comes to the women’s game.

    Both last four fixtures will take place at the home of Stirling Albion on the same day and for £5 you can see Glasgow City take on Hibernian before Motherwell face Spartans.

    Mulvey is hopes a few new faces can get along to back the team on what is set to be their most important game of the season so far.

    “We appreciate all the support we’ve had so far this season and to see a few new faces along at the semi final would be fantastic,” added the striker. “This isn’t the finale, this is just the beginning of the journey, even though we are moving towards the end of the season, it feels like there is plenty more to come

    “The success we’ve had this season is a great reflection on all the hard work that everyone has put in, we have a great group of staff and players.”

  • First team

    Celtic away match rearranged

    Celtic away match rearranged

    Motherwell’s first trip of the 2018/19 Ladbrokes Premiership season to Celtic will now take place on Wednesday, 19 December.

    The original fixture between the two clubs, the first since the 2017/18 William Hill Scottish Cup final, was due to take place on Sunday, 28 October. It was postponed due to Celtic’s participation in the Betfred Cup semi-finals.

    The visit to Celtic Park will kick off at 7.45pm. Ticket information will be announced shortly.

  • First team

    A coffee and a chat with Trevor Carson

    Trevor Carson sat down for a coffee and a chat in our regular feature.

    The goalkeeper spoke about the positivity around Fir Park, the highs and lows in football and the honour of representing his country.

    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.

  • Well Society

    Former players’ nostalgia night

    Former players’ nostalgia night

    Motherwell’s former players club, in conjunction with the Well Society, are holding another Nostalgia Night.

    Held in the Cooper Suite at Fir Park on Friday, 5 October, the event will get under way at at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.

    This will be a re-run of the very successful night which took place in April earlier this year.

    Providing an opportunity for another 100 supporters to attend the event, the night will include recordings from matches ranging from 1950 to 2000, as well as a short quiz. A number of former players will be in attendance.

    Tickets are priced at £10 and include a programme and a pie at half-time. You can get yours from the Chapman office at Fir Park, or by calling 01698 338006.

    All funds raised from the evening will be donated to the Well Society and benefit under the Double Your Money offer from former owner Les Hutchison.

  • First team

    Trevor Carson called up by Northern Ireland

    Trevor Carson called up by Northern Ireland

    Motherwell ‘keeper Trevor Carson is in Northern Ireland’s squad for their UEFA Nations League double header.

    The 30-year-old is one of three goalkeepers in Michael O’Neill’s selection for the matches with Austria and Bosnia & Herzegovina.

    Carson played 45 minutes in his country’s last fixture, a 3-0 win over Israel in September.

  • Club

    Show racism the red card

    Show racism the red card

    We are proudly supporting Show Racism the Red Card’s fortnight of action.

    Many of you will have seen the campaign within football for many years. The SPFL and its member clubs have been supporting the campaign since it started in Scotland 15 years ago.

    In addition to increasing the awareness of the organisation’s work in Scotland, the fortnight of action from 5 to 19 October, shows commitment at the highest level of Scottish football to eradicate racism and discrimination of any form from our game.

    All professional clubs will show their support over one weekend from Friday, 5 October to Sunday, 7 October. Clubs will be united in calling for an end to racism in football and in society. Players in over 40 European countries are involved in similar events as part of FARE network against racism and discrimination.

    We urge fans to continue to support the anti-racism message. It is the responsibility of us all to ensure that it is carried out beyond the fortnight of action and beyond the terraces.

    Motherwell Football Club condemn all forms of racism and any racist behaviour will not be tolerated within the club.

    Show Racism the Red Card are working with grassroots football, community groups, schools, the police and prison service to ensure that going forward Scottish society and Scottish football is fair and inclusive for all.

    Football is a sport that is followed by people across the world and football matches should be an enjoyable experience for all, whatever their background. We all have a part to play in challenging racism in football and society.

    For more information, you can follow the organisation on Twitter and Facebook, or visit theredcard.org.

  • Women

    Women’s semi-final kick off time moved

    Women’s semi-final kick off time moved

    Motherwell’s SSE Scottish Cup semi-final with Spartans on Sunday, 14 October has been put back by an hour.

    The women of steel will now kick off their last four tie at Forthbank Stadium at 4pm.

    The time has been moved to give the teams more time to prepare, with the other semi-final tie between Glasgow City and Hibernian taking place at 12pm.