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  • First team

    Get your tickets for our post-split games

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Reserves beat Aberdeen

  • First team

    Highlights as ‘Well lose to Rangers

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Reserves host Aberdeen

  • First team

    Players react to Rangers defeat

  • First team

    ‘We will learn from our mistakes’

  • First team

    Motherwell lose out to Rangers

  • First team

    Watch a live stream of Motherwell v Rangers

  • First team

    Previewing Motherwell v Rangers

  • First team

    ‘Chance to show how far we’ve come’

  • First team

    Get your tickets for our post-split games

    Get your tickets for our post-split games

    We’re going in pursuit of seventh place in the Ladbrokes Premiership and we’re counting on your support to help get us over the line.

    Dundee, St Mirren and Livingston will visit Fir Park in our final five games of 2018/19, and you can get your tickets right now for all three home matches.

    Head to tickets.motherwellfc.co.uk now and get yours early. You can choose to have your tickets delivered, collect at our ticket office or, even easier, print them at home and bring them to the gate.

    Prices for each individual match are:

    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.

    Want to upgrade to a premium experience?

    Everyone can also step up their Fir Park visit with one of our great hospitality options.

    We’ve a range of packages, with the option to have a meal, a complimentary bar or even indoor seating.

    Prices start at £32 per person for season ticket upgrades, or £40 per person if you’re buying without one.

    Head to our hospitality page for all the details on what we have to offer.

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Reserves beat Aberdeen

    Motherwell’s reserves recovered from two goals down to defeat Aberdeen 4-2 in the SPFL Reserve League on Monday.

    Doubles from Conor Sammon and James Scott secured a victory which takes the team near the top of the table, after the Dons had went ahead through two early penalty kicks.

    David Devine was ruled to have fouled Seb Ross in the box within the opening minute, with David Dangana scoring from the resulting spot kick.

    Ten minutes later, Dangana was again on target from the spot after being ruled to have been fouled in the area by Adam Livingstone.

    Undeterred, Maurice Ross’ side stuck to their principles and were rewarded with two quickfire goals between the 25th and 30th minutes.

    Sammon got both, each coming from Elliott Frear shots which found their way to the Irish striker.

    Shortly before the break, the ‘Well had the lead. Frear was brought down in the area, with Scott stepping up to slam the ball home.

    Dangana missed the chance to net a hat-trick of penalties, when he put his effort wide of the goal.

    Then, with 20 minutes to go, Scott had his second and Motherwell’s fourth. A Frear cutback saw the forward step away from his marker, before smashing the ball past the goalkeeper.

    With two games left to go in the league, the young Steelmen are two points behind top side Celtic, who have a game in hand. Dundee away lie in wait next, before the final day visit of Celtic.

    Motherwell: Ferguson, Cadden (MacDonald), Devine, Hussain (Bowers), Livingstone, McAlear, Cornelius, Frear (Watson), Semple, Scott, Sammon (Rehman).

    Subs not used: Hemfrey, Starrs, McGuigan.

  • First team

    Highlights as ‘Well lose to Rangers

    See the goals as Stephen Robinson’s men suffer defeat at the hands of Steven Gerrard’s side.

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Reserves host Aberdeen

    Reserves host Aberdeen

    Motherwell’s reserve side return to action on Monday, 8 April when they host Aberdeen in the league.

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

    Maurice Ross’ side remain in title contention in the SPFL Reserve League, sitting two points behind joint leaders Hibernian and Celtic.

  • First team

    Players react to Rangers defeat

    Gboly Ariyibi, Liam Grimshaw and Tom Aldred reflect on lessons to learn as Motherwell lose out at home to Rangers.

  • First team

    ‘We will learn from our mistakes’

    Stephen Robinson says individual errors cost Motherwell in their loss to Rangers, but says a young squad will be encouraged to continue to learn.

  • First team

    Motherwell lose out to Rangers

    Motherwell lose out to Rangers

    A Scott Arfield hat-trick earned Rangers the points and ended Motherwell’s attempt to make it six consecutive home wins.

    However, although the Ibrox side were comfortable winners in the end, Motherwell started the better side and contributed to their own downfall with some uncharacteristic defensive lapses.

    Motherwell were back along familiar lines, with Alex Gorrin replacing Carl McHugh in the middle of the park, and Mark Gillespie recovering from the leg knock which curtailed his involvement at Aberdeen in mid-week

    Rangers, still with an outside chance of overtaking Celtic at the top of the table, were determined not to drop any more points in their pursuit of the league title.

    Motherwell started on the front foot and the first opportunity to put the Gers’ defence under some pressure came after eight minutes. David Turnbull’s free kick caused some hesitation in the visitor’s box before Jake Hastie slashed the loose ball high over.

    With ‘Well retaining possession and forcing play towards Alan McGregor’s goal, Turnbull curled a couple of tempting corners across the face of the ‘keeper’s goal but with no takers.

    Then out of the blue and in their first threat on Gillespie’s goal Rangers nicked the opener after 21 minutes. Tom Aldred could only nudge Jermain Defoe’s pass into Arfield’s path who slammed the ball high past Gillespie and stun the home side.

    ‘Well had an immediate chance to level when Liam Grimshaw sent Hastie racing down the right only to see his low delivery across goal taken off the inrushing Gboly Ariyibi’s toes by James Tavernier.

    At the other end, Defoe twisted and turned to force in a shot which was easily held by Gillespie, fully recovered from his midweek leg injury.

    Hastie had another half chance blocked by Nikola Katic, before Rangers grabbed a killer second goal six minutes from half-time.

    The home side tried to play the ball out from Gillespie’s box. But when Charles Dunne fed the ball to Turnbull at the corner of the box he lost possession to Daniel Candeias.

    His quick pass released Arfield towards goal and the former Burnley man clipped it beyond the advancing Gillespie to leave ‘Well with an uphill task to recover the game in the second half.

    Stephen Robinson resisted the temptation to make any changes at the interval as his men looked to make a game of it in the second half.

    It took until 57th minute though to force a first save from McGregor who got down low to hold Hastie’s low drive after the teenager had stepped inside Flanagan.

    However, two minutes later the game was over and once again the goal was self inflicted. Gillespie played the ball out only for Gorrin to give away possession. Defoe unselfishly squared the ball to Arfield who had a simple task of sliding it past Gillespie to collect his hat-trick.

    After 64 minutes the ‘Well boss made a double substitution with Elliot Frear and Chirs Cadden replacing Main and Aryibi.

    Another bout of indecision in the home box almost gave Rangers a fourth but Gillespie brilliantly denied Defoe.

    At the other end McGregor was rarely threated and with 15 minutes remaining James Scott came on to lead the attack at the expense of Hastie.

    The 18 year-old striker immediately made his presence felt in the visitor’s box but his ball across goal was blocked. Then Scott couldn’t just stretch high enough in front of goal to meet Frear’s inviting cross.

    Although Motherwell tried to finish the game with a flourish, a couple of long shots from Alex Gorrin and Grimshaw which drifted off target summed up their day.

  • First team

    Watch a live stream of Motherwell v Rangers

    Watch a live stream of Motherwell v Rangers

    Motherwell host Rangers on Sunday, 7 April, as the regular Ladbrokes Premiership season draws to its conclusion.

    If you’re based outside of the UK/Ireland, you can watch a live stream of the game direct from Fir Park. Kick off is at 12.30pm GMT.

    To sign up for our service, just head to tv.motherwellfc.co.uk and choose your package. Subscriptions to see live games start at just £12 a month.

    If you’re in the UK or Ireland but can’t make the game, there’s also live audio commentary available on our service. Our domestic subscriptions cost £6 a month and also get you full game replays.

    Four of our five post-split games will be broadcast live on the service, with the exception of the trip to face Hamilton Academical on Saturday, 20 April.

  • First team

    Previewing Motherwell v Rangers

    Previewing Motherwell v Rangers

    Motherwell play host to Rangers at Fir Park on Sunday lunchtime.

    Here’s the match previewed. Kick off is at 12.30pm.

    What’s at stake

    Motherwell are playing for seventh spot, having been denied a top six finish following defeat at Aberdeen in midweek.

    Rangers meanwhile will be looking to grab a win to prolong the wait for Celtic’s inevitable title success, although the league leaders can’t clinch the trophy as a consequence of any result at Fir Park.

    The form guide

    Motherwell have won seven of their last 11 games, drawing one and losing three.

    The Steelmen are chasing the prospect of equalling a run of six consecutive home league wins, a feat which hasn’t been managed since 1975/76.

    Rangers, meanwhile, have won four in the same time period, drawing five and losing two.

    Team news

    Trevor Carson, Craig Tanner, Ross McCormack and Christian Mbulu remain sidelined. Carl McHugh is a doubt with a neck injury.

    Mark Gillespie will be given every opportunity to recover from a dead leg sustained in the midweek match at Aberdeen, but is a doubt for the game.

    Get your tickets in advance

    Tickets are available online now or from the Fir Park ticket office.

    Tickets must be purchased in advance. Our ticket office at Fir Park will be open Saturday 10am-1pm and Sunday from 10am until kick off at 12.30pm.

    Adult£28 / £21
    Over 60s / 16-18 year olds / students£19 / £17
    15 and under£3

    A family ticket for one adult and two children aged 15 and under is available for £32, or £25 in the John Hunter Stand.

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

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

    Away fans will be housed in the South Stand and should contact Rangers direct for tickets.

    Sitting in the John Hunter stand?

    We’re trialling extra entrances to get into our busy John Hunter stand.

    If the queue looks too big at the five turnstiles in operation, we’re also got turnstiles seven and eight in the Cooper Stand. You’ll then be able to enter the East Stand through our walkway as directed by steward.

    Watch it live

    If you’re based outside of the UK/Ireland, you can watch a live stream of the game direct from Fir Park.

    To sign up for our service, just head to tv.motherwellfc.co.uk and choose your package. Subscriptions to see live games start at just £12 a month.

    If you’re in the UK or Ireland but can’t make the game, there’s also live audio commentary available on our service. Our domestic subscriptions cost £6 a month and also get you full game replays.

  • First team

    ‘Chance to show how far we’ve come’

    Stephen Robinson says Sunday’s visit of Rangers is a chance for his side to show how far they’ve progressed, having narrowly missed out on a top six finish.