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  • First team

    Richard Tait sees growth in squad’s confidence

  • First team

    Manager hails benefits of Tenerife trip

  • First team

    Can you beat the Five Second Rule?

  • First team

    Hartley: We’re here to fix inconsistencies

  • Club

    Top Cat Window Blinds new back of shirt partner

  • Club

    Grab a hospitality deal for Hibernian

  • First team

    Aribiyi ready to bring flair to Motherwell side

  • First team

    Nottingham Forest’s Gboly Ariyibi joins on loan

  • First team

    Get your seat for Ross County cup clash

  • First team

    McCormack delighted to be back at Fir Park

  • First team

    Richard Tait sees growth in squad’s confidence

    Richard Tait has been an onlooker in Tenerife, but says watching from the sidelines has given him belief the mid-season break will serve as a catalyst for the second half of the campaign.

    The defender is nursing an ankle knock sustained against Hamilton Academical and, when he’s not been working in the gym, says he’s seen plenty to give cause for optimism in 2019.

  • First team

    Manager hails benefits of Tenerife trip

    Manager Stephen Robinson says the ability to get away for a week of hard work in Tenerife can be beneficial in many ways.

    A gruelling week has allowed players to get their fitness up, while also enjoying being able to train in warm weather and bond again, as the second half of the season looms.

  • First team

    Can you beat the Five Second Rule?

    Tom Aldred, Carl McHugh, Keith Lasley and Craig Hinchliffe try to come up with three answers on any given subject in just five seconds.

  • First team

    Hartley: We’re here to fix inconsistencies

    Peter Hartley says the mistakes made by Motherwell in the first half of the season can be rectified, starting with hard work in the mid-season camp.

    The club captain says inconsistencies shown can be ironed out, based on encouraging performances in spells and the attitude of players in Tenerife.

  • Club

    Top Cat Window Blinds new back of shirt partner

    Top Cat Window Blinds new back of shirt partner

    Motherwell Football Club are pleased to announce Top Cat Window Blinds as the team’s new back of shirt partner for the rest of 2018/19 season and the 2019/20 campaign.

    The partnership will see the Top Cat logo feature across the back of the shoulders of first team home and away shirts in all competitive games. This is in addition to the Suicide Prevention logo, which currently features at the bottom of the shirts.

    Top Cat Blinds are a leading manufacturer and supplier of window blinds for domestic and commercial use with showrooms and offices in Glasgow and the surrounding areas.

    The company has over 18 years of experience, and pride themselves on the quality of the fabrics and components they use and the skilled craftsmanship that goes into the making and fitting of every blind.

    “Everyone here at Top Cat is super proud, honoured and excited to be in partnership with Motherwell Football Club,” Dale Carr, director of Top Cat Window Blinds, said. “We are looking forward to the rest of this season and next as the partnership grows from strength to strength”.

    Suzanne Reid, head of commercial and marketing at Motherwell FC, said: “We are delighted to make this announcement, which is fantastic news for the club and also our supporters. As part of the partnership, all Motherwell FC season book holders will be offered a 20% discount from Top Cat Window Blinds.”

  • Club

    Grab a hospitality deal for Hibernian

    Grab a hospitality deal for Hibernian

    Motherwell return to Ladbrokes Premiership action on Wednesday, 23 January and we’ve got great hospitality deals for you to take in the match.

    Fans of both clubs are welcome to join us for the midweek game, with different levels of hospitality on offer.

    Cooper Boxes

    Our Cooper Boxes allow you to watch from behind the goal in one of our executive boxes in our Davie Cooper stand.

    With unrestricted views, each box is unique in layout and size and is the perfect place to see the action from.

    To buy for £48 per person, or £40 if you’re upgrading your season ticket, book online right now.

    Centenary Suite

    Our Centenary Suite is the largest and busiest of our matchday hospitality lounge and sits adjacent to the tunnel and dressing room areas.

    Our pay bar option is available from tables of two up to 12 or more, you will be welcomed by our matchday host, who will meet and greet you at the door before showing you to your table, where attentive staff offer a drinks service to your table, before you enjoy a fantastic meal.

    To buy for £80 per person, or £120 for a fully inclusive bar, book online right now.

    What’s more, season ticket holders can upgrade for the day for just £40.

    Millennium Suite

    There are few better ways to enjoy football at Fir Park than in our Millennium Suite.

    Our premium hospitality package, it’s a chance to meet up with your friends and fellow fans, eat and drink, share opinions, chat to the players and generally make the most of the day.

    Priced at £75 per adult, you can book your place online right now.

    South Stand boxes

    Watch the match in comfort from behind the goal with the modern facilities provided in our south stand boxes.

    We have four heated boxes with unrestricted views, used for fully inclusive meal and drinks packages, each box is unique in layout and size, with hospitality areas to the rear of the box, including televisions. Get yours online right now.

  • First team

    Aribiyi ready to bring flair to Motherwell side

    January recruit Gboly Aribiyi says he will bring pace and flair to the Motherwell side.

    The loan signing from Nottingham Forest, a former team-mate at Ross McCormack, has linked up with Stephen Robinson’s side for the remainder of the 2018/19 campaign.

  • First team

    Nottingham Forest’s Gboly Ariyibi joins on loan

    Nottingham Forest’s Gboly Ariyibi joins on loan

    Motherwell have taken Nottingham Forest’s United States Under 23 international Gboly Ariyibi on loan until the end of the current season.

    The 23-year-old forward is the second addition of the January window, following the recent arrival of Ross McCormack from Aston Villa.

    “I am delighted to join and I can’t wait to get started,” he said.

    “I’ve heard a lot of good things about the club and the league and as soon as I spoke with the manager, I knew this is where I wanted to come.”

    Born in Arlington, Virginia to Nigerian parents, Ariyibi spent the majority of his life in England, but for a short time living in Lagos.

    He came through the youth ranks at Southampton before moving to Leeds United, where he teamed with McCormack.

    He made his Championship debut almost exactly five years ago against his current club, Nottingham Forest, before a short-term loan to Tranmere Rovers.

    Following his release by Leeds in 2014, Ariyibi joined Chesterfield and turned out 96 times for the Spireites across two-and-a-half seasons, before being bought by Forest for an undisclosed fee in the January 2017 window.

    Although he has yet to make his senior debut at the City Ground, he has clocked up another 40 matches in League One with loans at MK Dons and Northampton.

    “We’ve been tracking the player for quite some time and I am really pleased to get this agreed and over the line,” ‘Well boss Stephen Robinson said.

    “He’s a fast-footed, speedy forward player who can plays on either flank or through the middle. He fits the type of profile we were looking for and will hopefully provide a different dimension in the forward areas.

    “Going into the window, we were keen to boost our attacking options and with Ross and Gboly, we’ve made a good start.”

  • First team

    Get your seat for Ross County cup clash

    Get your seat for Ross County cup clash

    Motherwell return to action after the winter break on Saturday, 19 January when Ross County visit in the William Hill Scottish Cup.

    Stephen Robinson’s men are back at Fir Park to take another tilt at the competition, having reached the final last season.

    Season ticket holders can guarantee their seat if they buy in advance. Your seat is being held for you until 9am on the day of the game. Tickets will automatically be loaded onto your season card when purchased.

    You can buy your ticket in advance online right now.

    A cash gate will also be in operation. Kick off is at 3pm.

    Adult£15
    Over 60s / Under 18s / Students£10
    15 and under£5

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

    Match hospitality

    Fans can also take in the game with one of our hospitality offers.

    Cooper Boxes

    Our Cooper Boxes allow you to watch from behind the goal in one of our executive boxes in our Davie Cooper stand.

    With unrestricted views, each box is unique in layout and size and is the perfect place to see the action from. You’ll also have access to our Cooper Bar at half time.

    To buy for £48 per person, or £40 if you’re upgrading your season ticket, give us a call on 01698 333333 or email hospitality@motherwellfc.co.uk.

    South Stand Bois package

    Our Bois package is also available in the South Stand for the game.

    Watch the game in comfort and in the warm behind the goal for just £70 per person, which includes a main meal, pie/cake at half time with unlimited wine, beer and soft drinks. You can also upgrade for another £20 per person to add spirits to package.

    To book, give us a call on 01698 333333 or email hospitality@motherwellfc.co.uk.

    Centenary Suite

    Our Centenary Suite will also be open for main meals and a pay bar before the game on a walk-in basis from 12pm.

  • First team

    McCormack delighted to be back at Fir Park

    Ross McCormack says he’s ready to “step it up” after making his return to Motherwell on loan for the rest of the 2018/19 season.

    The striker, a prolific scorer throughout a career which has seen him rack up around £25m in transfer moves since leaving in 2008, has made the move back north from Aston Villa.