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  • Club

    Win VIP tickets to premiere of Steelmen

  • First team

    Setting the scene on St Johnstone

  • Club

    Count down to Christmas with our hospitality deals

  • First team

    The story of the match from Tynecastle

  • First team

    Andy Rose to sign for Vancouver Whitecaps

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Loan Watch: Four in action

  • First team

    Ticket information for St Johnstone

  • First team

    Players react to Hearts defeat

  • First team

    Robinson praises spirited performance

  • First team

    Hearts 1 – 0 Motherwell

  • Club

    Win VIP tickets to premiere of Steelmen

    Win VIP tickets to premiere of Steelmen

    A new film charting the success of the legendary 1991 Scottish Cup winning team is coming out, and you can win a pair of tickets to the premiere.

    Steelmen has been produced by purpleTV for BBC ALBA and will air in early 2019. The film’s premiere will be held in Glasgow on Monday, 14 January.

    We’ve got three pairs of tickets to give away for the event. All you have to do is retweet our tweet or share our Facebook post with your friends.

    The VIP prize includes:

    • Two tickets to the premiere of purpleTV’s new film Steelmen at Everyman Glasgow on Monday, 14 January 2019.
    • Drinks and appetisers on arrival.
    • Luxury sofa for two in the stunning new cinema.
    • The first ever screening of Steelmen, with the event hosted by broadcaster Jane Lewis.
    • After the film a special audience Q&A with some of the key contributors.

    Winners will be chosen at random and informed by Friday, 28 December 2018.

  • First team

    Setting the scene on St Johnstone

    Setting the scene on St Johnstone

    Motherwell make their maiden trip to Perth this season on Saturday, as they take on St Johnstone in the Ladbrokes Premiership.

    Here’s an early look ahead to the game.

    Tale of the tape

    The two sides played out a tight match at Fir Park back in October, with a 0-0 draw looking certain until Jason Kerr popped up two minutes into stoppage time to nab all three points.

    Since then, it sparked the Saints’ fantastic unbeaten run, picking up a further five wins and two draws to go eight games without a defeat, keeping seven clean sheets along the way.

    Before hand

    The two teams met four times in 2017/18, with St Johnstone winning two, Motherwell one and one game ending in a draw.

    The Saints won the first and final games of the season, with the Steelmen victorious at home in February.

    It’s pay at the gate

    A pay gate will be in operation at McDiarmid Park on the day. Prices are as follows.

    Adult£23
    Over 65s£13
    17-18 year olds£12
    13- 16 year olds£9

    Children aged 12 or under get in for free, but must be accompanied by an adult. An adult can take a maximum of two children free of charge.

    A family gate will also be in operation at a reduced cost of £16, which covers one adult and a maximum of two children aged 12 or under. Spectators taking this deal should enter through gate five.

    Wheelchair and ambulant tickets are priced at £14 for adults, £6 for concessions. Personal assistants go free of charge.

    Fans who require ambulant or wheelchair access should contact Andy Sim on 07428 225254 or email tickets@mfcdsa.com.

  • Club

    Count down to Christmas with our hospitality deals

    Count down to Christmas with our hospitality deals

    Feeling festive? Then why not join us for Christmas lunch at our match with St Mirren on Saturday, 22 December.

    Our Centenary Suite will play host to a day where we invite all our guests to come dressed in their finest Christmas jumper, with prizes for the best.

    Priced at £80 for adults for our pay bar offering, or £120 for an inclusive bar, you can enjoy a three-course lunch, before taking in the game in comfort in our Phil O’Donnell stand.

    With half-time refreshments and a chance to unwind in our suite after the match, it’s the perfect way to count down to Christmas with us at Fir Park.

    What’s more, season ticket holders can upgrade to our pay bar package for just £45 per person.

    You can buy online now, or give us a call on 01698 333333 to speak to one of our hospitality team.

    Fancy something different?

    If you’d prefer just light refreshments before the game, then there’s also our Millennium Suite.

    With complimentary drinks one hour before and after the game, snacks on arrival and at half-time and a ticket for the match, for £75 per person you can come and enjoy our hospitality.

    You can buy online now, or give us a call on 01698 333333 to speak to one of our hospitality team.

     

  • First team

    The story of the match from Tynecastle

    Watch the Story of the Match from Motherwell’s trip to Tynecastle.

    The Jambos were searching for a return to winning ways, but the Steelmen travelled to the capital on the back of an impressive showing against Celtic.

  • First team

    Andy Rose to sign for Vancouver Whitecaps

    Andy Rose to sign for Vancouver Whitecaps

    Andy Rose has taken the opportunity to join MLS club Vancouver Whitecaps, and will complete his move on 1 January 2019.

    The 28-year-old and his family are all permanent residents in the United States and the offer from Major League Soccer gives Rose a chance to return to employment before the expiration of his green card at the start of the new year.

    The club reached an understanding in the summer with Andy that, should an offer from MLS come in January, he would be allowed to leave.

    The former Seattle Sounders midfielder has spent a memorable 18 months with the Steelmen, making over 50 appearances in claret and amber and performing at the heart of the side who reached two cup finals in the 2017/18 season.

    “I’ve had such an amazing time at Fir Park and I want to thank everyone at the football club for making me feel welcome from day one,” Andy said.

    “From the fans, to the staff, to the boys in the dressing room, it’s been an unforgettable experience for me and my family.

    “The opportunity to return to America is something which I could not risk turning down and I’m extremely grateful to the club for supporting me, not just now, but throughout my time here in Scotland.”

    The football club believes this opportunity is one which Andy and his family have to take, and wish him all the best as he gets set to return to MLS.

    Although he will live and ply his trade in Canada with the ‘Caps, player contracts are held centrally by the league, meaning he will be employed in the USA and allow him to meet his green card requirements.

    ‘Well boss Stephen Robinson added: “We had a gentlemen’s agreement with Andy when he signed his new deal that if an opportunity presented itself back near his home and family, we would allow him to go and do it.

    “Andy has been a superb professional during his time at Motherwell and I have no doubts he’ll give everything in the last six games before departing for North America.

    “On behalf of everyone at the club, I would like to thank him for his contribution and wish him every success with his future career.”

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Loan Watch: Four in action

    Loan Watch: Four in action

    Four young loanees were in action in the Ladbrokes Championship and League Two at the weekend.

    Jake Hastie played 74 minutes for Alloa Athletic in a bottom-of-the-table clash with Falkirk.

    The two sides were locked on points going into the game, with the Wasps narrowly ahead on goal difference.

    Former ‘Well man Deimantas Petravicius opened the scoring for the Bairns, with Paul Paton doubling the advantage in the first half.

    Hastie then set up Alan Trouten to get his side back into the game just before the break, and the on-loan winger had just been subbed off when Trouten struck the equalising goal.

    Morton hosted Dundee United, looking to claw their way back into play-off contention.

    Ross MacLean came on as a sub with 18 minutes to go, and Gregor Buchanan’s equaliser arrived shortly after in a 1-1 draw at Cappielow.

    In League Two, Neil McLaughlin played 90 minutes for Stirling Albion as they drew 1-1 with Queen’s Park, while PJ Morrison was back in action for Albion Rovers in their 4-2 loss at Elgin City.

  • First team

    Ticket information for St Johnstone

    Ticket information for St Johnstone

    Motherwell’s busy December continues with a trip to face St Johnstone on Saturday, 15 December.

    The two sides meet in Perth for the first time this season, with the Saints having won 1-0 at Fir Park earlier in the campaign.

    A pay gate will be in operation at McDiarmid Park on the day.

    Adult£23
    Over 65s£13
    17-18 year olds£12
    13- 16 year olds£9

    Children aged 12 or under get in for free, but must be accompanied by an adult. An adult can take a maximum of two children free of charge.

    A family gate will also be in operation at a reduced cost of £16, which covers one adult and a maximum of two children aged 12 or under. Spectators taking this deal should enter through gate five.

    Wheelchair and ambulant tickets are priced at £14 for adults, £6 for concessions. Personal assistants go free of charge.

    Fans who require ambulant or wheelchair access should contact Andy Sim on 07428 225254 or email tickets@mfcdsa.com.

     

  • First team

    Players react to Hearts defeat

    Richard Tait, Liam Grimshaw and Charles Dunne reflect on a spirited performance at Tynecastle.

    The Steelmen fell narrowly short against the side from the capital, despite controlling large parts of the game.

    Richard Tait said: “I think we could have got something today and it would have been the least we deserved.”

     

  • First team

    Robinson praises spirited performance

    Stephen Robinson was left disappointed after his side fell to a 1-0 defeat against Hearts.

    But it was due to the fact he believed his side were more than deserving of more against the Tynecastle outfit.

    Speaking at full time, the ‘Well boss said: “It’s frustrating because we played well. I got the consistency from my team I was looking for in terms of performance, but we were unlucky today.”

  • First team

    Hearts 1 – 0 Motherwell

    Hearts 1 – 0 Motherwell

    Motherwell put in a strong display but fell just short in the capital as Hearts won 1-0 at Tynecastle.

    Stephen Robinson made four changes from the side who drew 1-1 with Celtic, with Peter Hartley and Liam Donnelly missing out through injury, Allan Campbell dropping to the bench, and Connor Sammon ineligible to face his parent club.

    In came Andy Rose and Alex Rodriguez-Gorrin to the midfield, whilst Curtis Main returned to the starting eleven and Charles Dunne made his return from a lengthy injury lay-off.

    And, in truth, it was a terrific showing from Robinson’s men, who were extremely unlucky to find themselves a goal down after 14 minutes.

    They were even unluckier not to be a goal up after just eight minutes when Main curled a terrific finish in to the top corner from the edge of the box. However, celebrations were cut short when Willie Collum ruled the goal out for a foul in the build up to what was a terrific finish.

    Jusy minutes later, the hosts took the lead.

    From a cross in to the box, Peter Haring’s wayward header ricocheted off Dunne’s shoulder and beyond Mark Gillespie to gift the hosts a fortuitous lead.

    But from that point onwards, the Steelmen looked on top in the capital.

    Dunne nearly made amends when his header from a David Turnbull corner flashed narrowly wide of the mark.

    Mans towards the end of the encounter, Danny Johnson nearly kept his strong goal scoring form up when he fired goalwards from inside the box, but it clipped the heel of Rodriguez-Gorrin as the hosts held on for all three points.