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    Save money with our Flexi Ticket packages

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Loan Watch: Two in action at weekend

  • First team

    Trevor Carson features for Northern Ireland

  • Women

    Suzanne Mulvey named SWPL 2 Player of the Year

  • First team

    David Turnbull features in Scotland defeat

  • First team

    Bigirimana one game away from Africa Cup of Nations

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    The goals from Colts match with Ross County

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Players react to Colts result

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Craigan: We made history

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Motherwell Colts bow out of IRN-BRU Cup

  • Club

    Save money with our Flexi Ticket packages

    Save money with our Flexi Ticket packages

    Our great Flexi Tickets deal is back for another season, giving you the chance to make big savings on attending Motherwell home matches.

    Supporters can save money by buying a five or 10-match package, rather than paying for games individually.

    Our biggest saving comes in our Davie Cooper Stand, where you can save up to £62 on gate prices if you buy a 10-game adult package.

    You can buy your Flexi Ticket online right now. Just pick your seat, and then choose a five-game or 10-game package. You can choose to have your card delivered to you, or collect it at Fir Park.

    If you’d rather, you can pop in to the ticket office at Fir Park during office hours or give us a call on 01698 333333. We are open Monday to Thursday, 9am – 5pm and Friday 9am – 4pm.

    How does it work?

    When you purchase, you will be given a Flexi Ticket card. You then just decide which games you want to attend by turning up on the day. Your card will expire once you have used your five or 10-game allowance.

    Tickets are valid for Ladbrokes Premiership matches only.

    2018/19 Flexi Ticket prices

    PHIL O’DONNELL STAND10-game packageFive-game package
    Adult£224£112
    Concessions*£130£65
    Juvenile (15 and under)£10£5
    DAVIE COOPER STAND10-game packageFive-game package
    Adult£186£93
    Concessions*£112£56
    Juvenile (15 and under)£10£5
    JOHN HUNTER STAND10-game packageFive-game package
    Adult£174£87
    Concessions*£98£49
    Juvenile (15 and under)£10£5
    • Concessions are applicable to over 60s, full-time students with a valid matriculation card and 16 to 18 year olds. The Juvenile age of 15 and under is applicable as at 1 August 2018.
  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Loan Watch: Two in action at weekend

    Loan Watch: Two in action at weekend

    Two of Motherwell’s young loanees were in league action on Saturday.

    Jake Hastie, Peter Morrison and Alfredo Agyeman were retained to feature in the Colts’ IRN-BRU Cup match with Ross County, leaving Ross MacLean and Neil McLaughlin out to feature for Morton and Stirling Albion respectively.

    MacLean got the last 20 minutes for the ‘Ton, as they drew 0-0 at league leaders Ayr United.

    It was his corner that almost gave his side the winner at the death, with Gregor Buchanan’s towering header being nodded off the line to keep the game at a draw.

    Neil McLaughlin got the full 90 minutes in League Two, as Stirling Albion drew 2-2 at Annan Athletic.

    Former ‘Well youngster Dylan Mackin got one of the goals, as the Binos twice came from behind to claim the draw.

  • First team

    Trevor Carson features for Northern Ireland

    Trevor Carson features for Northern Ireland

    Trevor Carson started for Northern Ireland on Sunday, as they ended their UEFA Nations League campaign with a defeat at home to Austria.

    The goalkeeper was restored to the starting team for the final group match, with Michael O’Neill’s side having already been relegated from League B.

    In front of a crowd of almost 18,000 at Windsor Park, it looked as though they would claim a score draw with the visitors, before Valentino Lazaro netted in the last minute to claim a 2-1 victory.

  • Women

    Suzanne Mulvey named SWPL 2 Player of the Year

    Suzanne Mulvey named SWPL 2 Player of the Year

    Motherwell’s Suzanne Mulvey has been named as the Player of the Year in SWPL 2.

    Recognised for her role in the club’s record points tally in their title-winning season, the forward was honoured at the Scottish Women’s Football awards on Saturday night.

    Mulvey, who was the team’s leading scorer in 2018 with 26 goals, was also named as the Coaches Player of the Year in the club’s own awards.

    Megan Burns was nominated for Goal of the Season, while former coach Eddie Wolecki Black was on the shortlist for Manager of the Year.

  • First team

    David Turnbull features in Scotland defeat

    David Turnbull features in Scotland defeat

    David Turnbull made his bow for Scotland’s Under 20 side on Saturday, as they lost 2-0 to Turkey.

    Two late goals in the friendly in Spain consigned the youngsters to defeat, in a match the Motherwell midfielder started.

    The young Scots were holding out before two late goals in the 87th and 90th minutes, coupled with a red card for Hibernian’s Ryan Porteous, consigned them to defeat.

     

  • First team

    Bigirimana one game away from Africa Cup of Nations

    Bigirimana one game away from Africa Cup of Nations

    Gaël Bigirimana’s Burundi are closing in on a historic first appearance at the Africa Cup of Nations.

    The midfielder featured as his country thumped South Sudan 5-2 at the weekend, putting them second in their qualification group with one game to play.

    With Mali having qualified after a 1-0 win over Gabon, Bigirimana’s side just need to avoid defeat at home to Gabon on 22 March to qualify.

    Burundi are two points ahead of Gabon in the final qualifying spot, and managed a 1-1 draw away to their group rivals earlier this year.

     

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    The goals from Colts match with Ross County

    Adam Livingstone scored a stunning free-kick, but Motherwell’s Colts ultimately bowed out of the IRN-BRU Cup to Ross County.

    The Championship side showed their experience to grind out the win, in the face of a strong performance from the young Steelmen.

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Players react to Colts result

    Barry Maguire, Broque Watson and goal scorer Adam Livingstone react to the quarter final defeat against Ross County in the Irn-Bru cup.

    Despite going down to ten men, the Steelmen put in an inspired performance against Championship opponents, and fell narrowly short of a place in the last four.

    Speaking at full time, Barry Maguire said: “We’ve done the coaches, the fans and ourselves proud.”

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Craigan: We made history

    Stephen Craigan was disappointed his Colts side exited the IRN-BRU Cup at the hands of Ross County, but was proud of his history-making side.

    The youngsters were the first Under 20s Premiership side to reach the quarter-finals and more than matched their vastly more experienced opponents, before losing 2-1.

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Motherwell Colts bow out of IRN-BRU Cup

    Motherwell Colts bow out of IRN-BRU Cup

    Motherwell’s colts side put in a fighting performance but just lost out to Championship high-flyers Ross County in the IRN-BRU Cup quarter-final.

    A stunning Adam Livingstone free-kick pegged back the Staggies but two goals lost from set plays handed the win to the visitors.

    In a combative affair at Fir Park, the game came down to four incidents in a five-minute spell.

    With six minutes gone in the second half, County had the lead. A corner to the back post was headed back across the face of the goal, where Ross Stewart was on hand to knock the ball home.

    Two minutes later, Stephen Craigan’s men were handed a lifeline as Jake Hastie was felled as he bore down on goal.

    Presented with the chance 20 yards from goal, left back Livingstone lifted the ball brilliantly over the wall and off the bar, before it nestled in the net.

    Scenes of celebration were then immediately tempered. Christian Mbulu was adjudged to have committed an act of violent conduct as he ran into Don Cowie as he went to join his team-mates.

    A man down, the young Steelmen were then undone three minutes later from another set play. Again, Stewart was the beneficiary, putting the Championship side back in the lead.

    Motherwell continued to push to try and get back into the match, but ultimately came up short as their more-experienced opponents held firm in front of 1,200 supporters.