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  • First team

    ‘Well four prepare for Scotland Under 21s clash

  • Women

    ‘Well in SWPL Cup action on Sunday

  • Club

    Sign up to Well Lottery and win tickets

  • First team

    Tickets for our last two pre-split home games

  • First team

    Story of the Match from Hibs

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Reserves come back to beat Kilmarnock

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Reserves face Kilmarnock at Airdrie

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Loan Watch: Four in action

  • First team

    Highlights as Motherwell slip at Hibs

  • First team

    Players urge positivity despite defeat

  • First team

    ‘Well four prepare for Scotland Under 21s clash

    ‘Well four prepare for Scotland Under 21s clash

    Motherwell’s international quartet are all in contention to play for Scotland’s Under 21s against Mexico on Friday.

    Allan Campbell, Jake Hastie, Barry Maguire and David Turnbull are all in Scot Gemmill’s squad for the friendly match in Marbella.

    Midfielder Campbell already has plenty experience at Under 21 international level, but his three team-mates are in the selection for the first time.

    Kick off against Mexico is at 3pm.

  • Women

    ‘Well in SWPL Cup action on Sunday

    ‘Well in SWPL Cup action on Sunday

    Motherwell are in SWPL Cup action on Sunday, as Spartans travel to Ravenscraig.

    Having defeated the Edinburgh side in the SSE Scottish Cup semi-final last season, the women of steel face them for the first time in the 2019 campaign.

    Kick-off is at 2.30pm.

    The Opposition

    Spartans started the season with a bang, picking up a highly credible draw against last season’s title contenders Hibernian.

    Debbi McCulloch’s side followed that with defeats to Celtic and Glasgow City but they’ve also picked up a league win against Stirling University, and a victory in their cup first round match with Hamilton Academical.

    Spartans were comfortably mid-table in 2017, but had a nervous year last season as they found themselves nearer the bottom end of the league.

    This campaign they have four points from their four league games, though they trail Motherwell on goal difference. They currently occupy sixth place in the table, the same position as at the conclusion of the 2018 campaign.

    Despite competing in different divisions last season, Motherwell did meet this afternoon’s opponents in the semi final of the SSE Scottish Cup in October 2018.

    On that occasion it was Donald Jennow’s side who would emerge the victors with goals from Megan Burns, Kerry Montgomery and Caitlin Russell earning them a place in the final.

    Sunday’s match will be the first of two meetings between the teams in the space of a week, with the sides facing off again in the league next Sunday at Ainslie Park.

    Position

    Motherwell: SWPL1 – fifth – four points

    Spartans: SWPL1 – sixth – four points

    Motherwell’s recent form

    A 0-0 draw at Celtic last time out for Motherwell showed the progression the new-look side have made, holding the ambitious side with a hard-working performance.

    A 13-0 SWPL Cup win over Hutchison Vale demonstrated the goalscoring prowess remains. In the league, an opening day win over Stirling University has since been followed up by a controversial defeat at Forfar Farmington, and a home defeat to high-flying Hibernian.

  • Club

    Sign up to Well Lottery and win tickets

    Sign up to Well Lottery and win tickets

    The Well Lottery gives you the chance to win up to £25,000, while also backing young talent at the club.

    Priced at £1 per entry, we’ve also got smaller prizes of £1,000 and £25.

    What’s more, if you sign up now, you can win two tickets for our Ladbrokes Premiership match with St Johnstone on 30 March.

    HOW TO JOIN THE WELL LOTTERY

    To join the Well Lottery, you can now choose one of the following options:

    • Sign up online here
    • Fill in the lottery leaflet provided and return via the freepost address provided to Unity.
    • Download a lottery leaflet from the Well Lottery website and return to Unity by post.

    Once you have signed up, you will receive a letter welcoming you to the lottery which will tell you your lottery numbers. You will then be entered into the draw for as long as you wish to play.

    HOW DOES THE WELL LOTTERY WORK?

    For as little as £1 per week, you’ll have the chance to win up to £25,000. At least 50p of every £1 played goes straight to youth development but most importantly, there are no ongoing costs to the club.

    WHERE DOES THE MONEY GO?

    Every £1 is split three ways. At least 50p of every £1 comes straight to Motherwell FC, which is put towards the club’s youth development and academy programme. The other 50p covers the cost of the administration of the lottery, and goes towards the fantastic prize fund.

    HOW DO I WIN?

    Every player of the Well Lottery will be allocated a six-digit lottery number for every entry they wish to play. This idea is to match your number with the winning number that is drawn on a Saturday in the correct sequence. Every entry in the Unity lottery has an equal one in 63 chance of winning a prize.

    For example:

    325764 – random winning number

    326574 – your lottery number

    This is a three-number match, winning five entries into the next draw.

    HOW DO I KNOW IF I HAVE WON?

    Players are notified automatically, and prizes sent out by post, so you do not need to claim your prize. If you would like to check the winning number each week, these can be found on Unity’s website and here on the official Motherwell FC website.

    WHAT IS UNITY?

    Unity is a platform on which charities run their own fundraising lottery. It is run by an external lottery manager, Sterling Lotteries, who administer hundreds of charity lotteries for clients across the country.

  • First team

    Tickets for our last two pre-split home games

    Tickets for our last two pre-split home games

    Motherwell continue the fight for a top six spot with two final home games before the Ladbrokes Premiership split.

    St Johnstone visit on Saturday, 30 March, before Rangers come calling on Sunday, 7 April.

    Tickets are available online now for home fans for St Johnstone and Rangers.

    Our prices for the two games are:

    St JohnstoneRangers
    Adults£20 / £24£21 / £28
    Concessions£16 / £17£17 / £19
    Juveniles£3£3
    Families£24 / £28£25 / £32

    Tickets are also available from the Fir Park ticket office at the stadium Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm (4pm Friday).

    Don’t miss our great hospitality packages

    There’s another way to watch the match at Fir Park, with our hospitality packages giving you the chance to take it in in more comfort and style.

    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.

    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 game with 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 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 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.

  • First team

    Story of the Match from Hibs

    Story of the Match from Hibs

    A trip to Edinburgh and a first chance to jump into the top six.

    This is the Story of the Match from the trip to face Hibernian.

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Reserves come back to beat Kilmarnock

    Maurice Ross believes the reserves are playing at a level that makes them an attracting proposition for supporters to come and watch.

    The second string came from behind to defeat Kilmarnock 2-1 on Monday, with the coach pleased the team didn’t let going a goal behind affect them.

    “I would pay to watch the players play like they did today,” said Ross. “But they are now showing it every week.

    “If your principles are to score goals and contain teams, but you go one down, do those principles change? They don’t, and they didn’t.

    “We keep harping on at them. We’ve got a way of playing we think is right, and to me we are seeing that every single week.

    “The game was played with a level of quality and, for me, that’s great.”

    Carl McHugh, Elliott Frear, Conor Sammon and Danny Johnson all started for the second string, with Johnson on target along with Jamie Semple.

    Motherwell controlled possession throughout the match, but struggled to carve out scoring chances in the opening 45.

    Then, early in the second half, they fell behind as Danny Higgins rifled the ball into the top left corner of the net, after Rohan Ferguson had come out far to try and catch a cross under pressure and lost it.

    The goalkeeper made up quickly after, saving Ally McDonald’s penalty.

    That proved the catalyst, and soon James Scott turned provider for Johnson, who lifted an effort from the edge of the area over goalkeeper Devlin Mackay and into the net.

    Within a minute, Semple saw his opportunity 25 yards from goal and saw a fierce long-range effort beat the goalkeeper and put the hosts ahead.

    A number of young academy graduates lined up alongside more experienced heads, and Ross says their progression is clear to see.

    “We have boys at 17 years old who are playing like they are 21,” he said.

    “With their mums and dads, and others, watching on, I hope it shows the progress they are making.”

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Reserves face Kilmarnock at Airdrie

    Reserves face Kilmarnock at Airdrie

    Motherwell’s reserve side are in league action on Monday, as they host Kilmarnock.

    Kick off at the Penny Cars Stadium in Airdrie is at 2pm. Entry is free.

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Loan Watch: Four in action

    Loan Watch: Four in action

    Four Motherwell loanees were in action over the weekend, as the season races towards its close.

    Broque Watson got over an hour as East Fife travelled to Arbroath, in an important game in their hopes of taking a play-off spot.

    In the end, league leaders Arbroath prevailed 2-1, but Watson’s side remain in the top four.

    Aaron Taylor-Sinclair enjoyed a more productive weekend, getting half an hour as Crewe Alexandra ran out emphatic 6-1 winners over Crawley Town.

    The left back came on with the Railwaymen already 5-1 up, but played his part as they kept their faint play-off hopes alive.

    Elsewhere, Neil McLaughlin played the first hour in Stirling Albion’s 3-1 loss to Clyde, leaving them now 13 points off the play-offs with just seven games to go.

    Shea Gordon meanwhile was an unused sub for Partick Thistle, as they drew 1-1 at Falkirk in their basement battle. The result leaves them in ninth spot, a point behind the Bairns.

  • First team

    Highlights as Motherwell slip at Hibs

    Highlights as Motherwell slip at Hibs

    See the highlights as Motherwell’s top six hopes take a dent in defeat at Hibernian.

  • First team

    Players urge positivity despite defeat

    Tom Aldred, Allan Campbell and Alex Rodriguez Gorrín say Motherwell must stay positive, despite a setback in defeat at Hibernian.