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  • Club

    Find out about new First Bus services

  • First team

    In Numbers: Previewing the derby

  • First team

    Setting the scene on the third derby

  • First team

    Vote in our Player of the Year awards

  • Club

    Sample our great hospitality at Fir Park

  • Club

    Don’t miss our School’s Out party

  • First team

    Story of the Match from Kilmarnock

  • Archive

    Reserves lose to Falkirk

  • First team

    Four ‘Well stars in Scotland Under 21 squad

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Reserves in action on Monday

  • Club

    Find out about new First Bus services

    Find out about new First Bus services

    In celebration of the launch of their new ultra-low emission vehicles for the 254 and 242 services, First Glasgow will have one of their new buses on show at Fir Park, outside the Cooper Bar, at this Saturday’s Lanarkshire derby.

    There will be prize giveaways on the day, as the team give out information on these two fantastic services in the local area.

    The new vehicles offer huge improvements for customers on board with free wifi, USB charging points and comfortable seats, and with mTickets and contactless payments making access easier than ever, there really has never been a better time to choose bus.

    The 254 service runs from Newarthill, Carfin, Jerviston and then Motherwell. The 242 service runs via Pather, Wishaw, Craigneuk, Motherwell and New Stevenson.

    Both services are ideal for fans of the Well travelling to Fir Park on matchdays and remove the hassle of parking. For more information, go to firstgroup.com/greater-glasgow

  • First team

    In Numbers: Previewing the derby

    In Numbers: Previewing the derby

    Fir Park plays host to the Lanarkshire derby with Hamilton Academical on Saturday.

    Here’s the game previewed in numbers.

    Five

    With the 2018/19 season reaching its climax, Motherwell have five games left to try and take a top six spot in the Ladbrokes Premiership.

    Stephen Robinson’s side are currently just four points behind Hibernian in sixth, with a trip to Easter Road also on the horizon.

    Seven

    The Steelmen are unbeaten in seven of their last eight matches, winning six of them.

    Victories over Hamilton, Hibernian, Dundee, St Mirren, Livingston and Hearts were followed by defeat at Celtic and a draw at Kilmarnock.

    10

    In their 65 competitive visits to Fir Park, Hamilton have won 10 times. The most recent, of course, came in their last visit to ML1 earlier in the season.

    Motherwell have been victorious 37 times on home turf, while there have been 18 draws.

  • First team

    Setting the scene on the third derby

    Setting the scene on the third derby

    The third and potentially final Lanarkshire derby of the season is upon us.

    Here’s an early lookahead to Saturday’s match at Fir Park.

    The form guide

    Motherwell are unbeaten in seven of their last eight games, picking up six consecutive victories along the way.

    Celtic ended the run two games ago, before the team picked up a point at Kilmarnock in challenging conditions.

    Under new manager Brian Rice, the Accies have picked up. Prior to his appointment on 31 January, they had lost eight of their last 10 matches, winning just one.

    Since his arrival, his five games have seen wins over St Johnstone and Aberdeen, a draw with Dundee and defeats to Rangers and Hibernian.

    Head to head

    Both have left enemy territory with wins this campaign. A stunning Steven Boyd strike early in the season gave Accies the three points at Fir Park, before Tom Aldred’s double secured a passionate victory over there.

    In total, the two sides have met 131 times competitively. Motherwell have won 63, while Accies have 33 victories.

    Thirty-seven of the ‘Well’s wins have come at Fir Park, while the visitors have won just 10 on their travels.

    Get your tickets now

    Tickets are available online now or from the Fir Park ticket office. Kick off is at 3pm. A pay gate will also be in operation.

    Adult£24 / £20
    Over 60s / 16-18 year olds / students£17 / £16
    15 and under£3

    A family ticket for one adult and two children aged 15 and under is available for £28, or £24 in the John Hunter Stand.

    The cheaper price on all tickets is for our John Hunter Stand for home supporters.

    Away supporters will be housed in our South Stand.

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

  • First team

    Vote in our Player of the Year awards

    Vote in our Player of the Year awards

    It’s time to place your votes for our 2018/19 Player of the Year awards.

    Voting is open now for our Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year prizes.

    Just click here to place your vote.

    This year’s event will take place at the Alona Hotel in Strathclyde Park on Saturday, April 20. Tickets are now sold out.

  • Club

    Sample our great hospitality at Fir Park

    Sample our great hospitality at Fir Park

    You’ll have to act fast to grab one of our great hospitality deals for one of our next three Ladbrokes Premiership home fixtures.

    We’ve got availability for our games with Hamilton Academical, St Johnstone and Rangers on 9 March, 30 March and 7 April.

    The Centenary Suite

    Priced at £120 for adults for our pay bar offering, or £160 for an inclusive bar for the game with Rangers, or £80 and £120 respectively for St Johnstone, 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 watch a match with us at Fir Park.

    You can buy quickly and easily online for the games with St Johnstone and Rangers right now. Alternatively, give us a call on 01698 333333 to speak to one of our hospitality team. Please note this is sold out for our match with Hamilton Academical.

    Fancy something different?

    If you’d prefer just light refreshments before the game, but arguably an even better seat in the house in our director’s box, 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 for the games with Hamilton Academical and St Johnstone right now. We are sold out for Rangers.

    Alternatively, give us a call on 01698 333333 to speak to one of our hospitality team.

    Want to watch the game indoors?

    Sometimes the elements don’t make for the best occasion to sit out in the stand. Don’t worry though, we’ve got your covered with our Cooper and South Stand boxes.

    Our Cooper Boxes provide an easy way to get in from the cold with a seat in our glass-fronted boxes. What’s more, you can also enjoy half-time refreshments in the Cooper Bar.

    Priced at £40 for a season ticket upgrade or £48 to buy, or £65 and £68 respectively for Rangers, we’ve got availability online now for Hamilton Academical, St Johnstone and Rangers.

    Our similar boxes in the South Stand come with a range of great packages for you to enjoy, or better still use to entertain at any of our Premiership fixtures.

    Our South Stand Box package is our ultimate one, providing you with a three-course meal, inclusive drinks, armchair seating and half-time refreshments for £130 per person, or £190 for Rangers.

    Our Bois Club package allows you to arrive 90 minutes before the game and enjoy a hot buffet and inclusive drinks for an hour before kick off, as well as half time pies, for £70 per person. You can upgrade to spirits for an extra £20.

    Grab these deals online now for the games with Hamilton Academical, St Johnstone and Rangers right now. Alternatively, give us a call on 01698 333333 to speak to one of our hospitality team.

    There’s also our Cooper Bar

    Our Cooper Bar is also open from 11am on the day of the match, and offers a casual setting for you to catch up with friends ahead of the game.

    With great burger and beer deals, plus plenty activities for the kids, it’s a great place to build up to the match.

  • Club

    Don’t miss our School’s Out party

    Don’t miss our School’s Out party

    School’s almost out for summer and we’ve got the perfect way for teachers and friends to unwind. 

    Our popular party returns this year on 28 June, 2019, starting at 1pm. With fizz on arrival, a DJ and karaoke, and a hot buffet, we’re all set up for another great night.

    You can get your tickets, priced at £10 per person, online now at tickets.motherwellfc.co.uk. Alternatively, give us a call during office hours on 01698 333333.

  • First team

    Story of the Match from Kilmarnock

    After one failed attempt, we headed back to Kilmarnock buoyed by a tremendous travelling support.

    This is the Story of the Match from the trip to Rugby Park.

  • Archive

    Reserves lose to Falkirk

    Motherwell’s reserves fell to a 4-2 home defeat at the hands of Falkirk on Monday.

    Maurice Ross’ side had the lead midway through the first half, but went in behind at the break and ultimately failed to recover.

    Liam Donnelly, Elliott Frear and Danny Johnson added first-team experience to the ranks, with Frear grabbing ‘Well’s opener.

    Akeel Rehman set the winger free down the left side of the box, before his low shot found its way past Leo Fasan in the Falkirk goal with 19 minutes played.

    Minutes later, the Bairns were level. Lavery raced onto a flick-on, before keeping his cool to beat Rohan Ferguson.

    Just after the half hour mark, the visitors were ahead. Dunne surged forward from left back, beat two men and fired an unstoppable shot into the net.

    Frear and Donnelly had chances to get the Steelmen level again, before Falkirk extended their lead with 18 minutes left on the clock.

    Dunne was again involved, laying it on for Kidd to beat Ferguson, despite the goalkeeper getting a hand to the ball.

    Reece McAlear then pulled one back from McKinstry’s corner to give Ross’ side hope as the clock wore down, but the Bairns were to restore their two-goal advantage.

    Lavery was fouled in the box by Ferguson, before putting his penalty past Ferguson to guarantee the three points.

  • First team

    Four ‘Well stars in Scotland Under 21 squad

    Four ‘Well stars in Scotland Under 21 squad

    Allan Campbell, Jake Hastie, Barry Maguire and David Turnbull have all been called up to the Scotland Under 21 squad.

    The Motherwell quartet have been included in Scot Gemmill’s selection for forthcoming friendly matches with Mexico and Sweden.

    All four are products of the club’s youth academy, further highlighting the opportunities talented young players are given at the club.

    Campbell is already a regular at Under 21 level, having established himself as a crucial part of the midfield last campaign.

    Hastie has earned his call after shooting to prominence in 2019, returning from a loan spell at Alloa Athletic to net five goals in eight games for Stephen Robinson’s side.

    Maguire is currently out on loan at Championship side Queen of the South, getting valuable first-team minutes under his belt ahead of an expected return to push on next season.

    Turnbull recently won a call for Scotland’s Under 20s, and has seen his form for Motherwell rewarded by stepping up another age level.

    Scotland will play Mexico on March 22, before facing the Swedes three days later.

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Reserves in action on Monday

    Reserves in action on Monday

    Motherwell are back in action in the SPFL Reserve League on Monday against Falkirk.

    The match will be played at the Penny Cars Stadium in Airdrie. Kick off is at 2pm.