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    Renew your season ticket for 2019/20

  • First team

    Declan Gallagher signs pre-contract agreement

  • Club

    Win tickets with the Well Lottery

  • First team

    Choose your goal of the season

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Jamie Semple extends his contract

  • First team

    Get your tickets for Accies away

  • Club

    Unacceptable conduct at match with Rangers

  • First team

    Get your tickets for our post-split games

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Reserves beat Aberdeen

  • First team

    Highlights as ‘Well lose to Rangers

  • Club

    Renew your season ticket for 2019/20

    You can now renew or buy your Motherwell FC season ticket for the forthcoming 2019/20 campaign.

    The 2018/19 campaign saw a record number of you commit to buying up front and getting behind the team. We are grateful as ever for your amazing support.

    In recognition of that exceptional and continued backing you give us, we’ve frozen our prices for the new season and also extended our early bird period, which will run for seven weeks until Friday, 31 May.

    We’re also continuing our popular free kids tickets scheme, that allows any adult or over 60s season ticket holder to claim a free juvenile ticket in the John Hunter and Phil O’Donnell Stands, or up to two free juvenile tickets in the Davie Cooper Stand.

    You can renew your ticket or buy new right now. The easiest way to do so is to head to If you’re renewing, you’ll need your customer number as written on your current season card. Information on how to activate your account can be found here.

    If you are an existing season ticket holder, information on how to renew online will be sent to you by email or by post in the coming days.

    What if?

    The campaign was one of transition for the team, with the emergence of so much exciting young talent from the club’s academy. The club’s core football strategy both is – and has always been – to produce talented young players to play in our first team, before trading them on and starting the process again.

    With the likes of Allan Campbell, David Turnbull, James Scott, Barry Maguire, Adam Livingstone and Jamie Semple all either making an impact or on the verge of it, we can take great satisfaction in the current crop of young players.

    However, we want to expand on that. We want to pair those young players with an exciting, attacking team on the pitch that you can not only be proud of as supporters of this wonderful club, but will entertain you on a weekly basis.

    The theme running throughout our campaign this year is “What if?”. That’s a message of hope and aspiration, both for us as a club, the players and staff who work here, but also of you as a supporter.

    What if we can work together to create something memorable or even something historic? What if this is the year, our year? What if we can continue to grow our support and create a healthier, more competitive club? Last year we broke our highest ever season ticket number of over 4,200. What if we can go one step further this year?

    To do that, we hope that you renew your season ticket and continue your unwavering support, as we challenge ourselves to take the next steps both on and off the pitch.

    All the information you need
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    • Concessions are applicable to those aged 60 and over, 16-18 year olds and full time students with a valid matriculation card.
    • Juveniles are applicable to those aged 15 and under.
    • Age bands apply from 1 August 2019.
    Ways to pay

    As before, there are many ways to pay for your season ticket.

    At, you can pay by debit/credit card.

    Through our new finance partners Duologi, you can spread the cost of your season ticket over 12 month instalments.

    Finance is available on both our early bird and normal season ticket prices at an interest rate of 19.5%. Please note that finance applications will not be processed until mid-May, but you can get your forms now from or from the ticket office at Fir Park.

    Motherwell FC will introduce you to Duologi who are a broker that introduces prospective borrowers to lenders. We do not receive payment for introducing you to lenders. Credit is subject to application and acceptance.

    If you choose to pay by phone, by post or in person, you can pay up front by cash, cheque or debit/credit card.

    You can also take out a standing order. Forms to do so are available here.

    Season ticket purchase forms to print out are available here.

    A message from the chairman, Jim McMahon

    We head towards the 2019/20 campaign with an optimism over the direction our club is heading, both in terms of Stephen Robinson’s playing squad and matters off the park, as we continue to grow.

    We end 2018/19 with the highest-ever number of season ticket holders. It demonstrates that this is a thriving club, with passionate supporters who believe in what we stand for and what we are trying to achieve. We’re determined to have every single one of you renewing and looking forward to coming back for the new campaign.

    This coming season, we are also asking you all to dream a little bigger. What if we can convince our friends to renew? What if we can attract even more people to come along and see our games? What if we can turn up the noise that bit more inside the stadium? What if we can take our children to their first game this year and convert them to a lifetime supporting our club? I was taken to my first game at the age of five and that is why I’ve been in love with the club ever since.

    We can all play our part, however big or small, to try and push things to the maximum. In turn, we can make our stadium the best possible place to push on our team to produce the magical moments that can define a season, and given even greater encouragement to emerging talent.

    When you buy a season ticket, you are placing your faith in the team and also helping your club be in the best possible position it can be. Your continued support matters. It’s our club. We own it. It continues to thrive because of your incredible backing and enthusiasm for it. Buying helps us set our budgets for the year ahead, allowing the manager to shape his talented group and push for further success.

    We head towards the new campaign with plenty to be optimistic about. Our team have again pushed hard for a top six place in 2018/19, shown great winning form particularly since the turn of the year, and there’s a conveyor of young talent which has got us on our feet throughout the campaign, as well as receiving international recognition.

    We hope that you decide to commit to a Motherwell FC season ticket again for the forthcoming campaign. If we do that, and we can all show our support as much as we possibly can, then… what if?

    A message from the manager, Stephen Robinson

    In the last two years, we’ve taken great strides on the pitch. Two cup finals will live long in the memory, and we have pushed so close to becoming a top six team in both seasons, despite having one of the smallest budgets in the league.

    I always make it clear that our objective is to finish 10th in the league. That might not seem ambitious on the surface, but the reality is that our primary goal will always be to remain a Scottish Premiership team.

    But our aims and aspirations are always higher. Our league performance in 2019 has shown that we are capable of more. We’ve shown that emerging young talent, and hungry players coming in from elsewhere, can blend to give us a team we all identify with and can be excited by.

    So what if 2019/20 can provide more memorable moments? What if we can build on what we have, continue to find that blend and see where it takes us? If one thing is for certain, being at Motherwell means there’s always an element of unpredictability over what we might achieve. But we know that there will always be the maximum effort given to make us the best we possibly can be.

    We count on your backing. You buying a season ticket helps us plan and budget for the campaign. It also boosts us to know that you’re putting your faith in us by making a significant investment of time and money to help us. Your contribution is hugely significant.

    Where can all of that take us? Well, finding out is all part of the excitement that lies ahead of us. But I know I’ll be challenging every player and every member of the coaching staff to ask what if? What if we can lift our effort levels, our performance levels and our belief? What sort of season could that lead to? With experience already behind us of what is possible, we know more special moments are within our capabilities.

    Activating your online account
    • First, navigate to to start the process of renewing your season ticket.
    • Click on the ‘sign in’ link in the top right hand corner of the ticket home page
    • Click on the ‘activate my account’ link. Input your customer number from your season card and surname that you have been sent and click the ‘find my account’ button
    • On the following page, check and update your details and create a password for use on the website. Please note that the address listed here is where your season card(s) will be sent to.
    • Once this form is complete, click on the ‘save details’ button at the bottom of the page. You will then be directed back to the home page where your registered name and number will appear in place of the ‘my account’ drop down at the top right hand corner – you are now ready to renew your season ticket.
    How do I buy for more than one person?

    If you have more than one code for your family members, then it’s easy to link each other together so that you can purchase for all of you at one time.

    Here’s how:

    • Once you are logged in, simply click on ‘my account’ and choose network.
    • From here, you can either register a new member or you can search for someone by using their customer number and surname.
    • Once you’ve found them, just press ‘add member’ and you’re done.

    If you have family members who haven’t received their code to renew, don’t worry. Just get in touch by emailing, sending us a direct message on Facebook or Twitter, or calling us on 01698 333333. We will be able to give you the rest of the codes you need straight away.

  • First team

    Declan Gallagher signs pre-contract agreement

    Declan Gallagher signs pre-contract agreement

    Declan Gallagher has signed a pre-contract agreement with the club.

    The 6ft 5in centre back will join the club in the summer on a two-year deal, following the expiry of his current contract with Livingston.

    “We have been a long-term admirer of Declan,” ‘Well boss Stephen Robinson said of the deal.

    “We are very pleased to have confirmed him for next season.”

    Gallagher, 28, came through the youth ranks at Celtic but kicked off his career with a loan spell at Stranraer, before moving to Clyde.

    His performances for the Bully Wee then persuaded Dundee to buy him for an undisclosed fee back in 2012.

    He remained at Dens Park for two years before joining Livingston, where he has been ever since, amassing over 150 appearances and helping to the club to back-to-back promotions in the 2016/17 and 2017/18 seasons.

    Livi have impressed in their return to the top flight, with Gallagher in particular being a standout.

    Statistically, he tops the entire league for aerial duels contested and he is second only to Aberdeen’s Graeme Shinnie for defensive duels competed in.

  • Club

    Win tickets with the Well Lottery

    Win tickets with the Well Lottery

    Want to win tickets to our remaining league home matches, and also be in with a chance of winning £25,000?

    Our Well Lottery allows you to do just that, as well as backing the next young talent rising through the ranks at the club.

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

    If you sign up now, you can win two tickets to any of our Ladbrokes Premiership home matches with Dundee, St Mirren and Livingston.


    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.


    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.


    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.


    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.


    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.


    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

    Choose your goal of the season

    It’s time to choose your Motherwell FC goal of the season for 2018/19.

    Sponsored by SRB Wealth Management, this year’s candidates are:

    • Jake Hastie v St Mirren, February 2019
    • David Turnbull v Dundee, November 2018
    • Jake Hastie v Livingston, February 2019
    • Danny Johnson v Celtic, December 2018
    • Chris Cadden v St Mirren, October 2018
    • Elliott Frear v St Johnstone, March 2019

    To pick yours, just head to our voting page and make your selection.

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Jamie Semple extends his contract

    Jamie Semple extends his contract

    Jamie Semple has extended his contract with Motherwell until the summer of 2021.

    The youngster is the latest academy product to commit his future to the club, following in the recent footsteps of David Turnbull, James Scott, Barry Maguire and Adam Livingstone.

    The 17-year-old also made his first appearance on the bench against Rangers on 7 April, becoming the first player born in 2001 to do so.

    “I’m really happy to be staying at the club,” Semple said on signing his new deal.

    “I can see a clear way through to the first team, having seen so many of my team mates progress over the last few years.

    “I’m concentrating now on continuing to develop my game and kicking on. I’m in the best place possible to do that.”

    Semple first joined the club in 2014 and has established himself as a key figure at reserve level. He made his debut for the second string at the age of 14, demonstrating his promise.

    “Jamie is a player who has made great progress,” manager Stephen Robinson said.

    “We feel he is another youngster who, in the coming years, can make a big impact at the club.”

  • First team

    Get your tickets for Accies away

    Get your tickets for Accies away

    The final Lanarkshire derby of the 2018/19 sees Motherwell head to face Hamilton Academical on Saturday, 20 April.

    You can buy your tickets online now. Alternatively, you can visit the ticket office at Fir Park or call 01698 333333.

    Tickets are priced at £22 for adults and £12 for over 65s and under 18s.

    We urge all fans to buy their tickets in advance, as there is no guarantee a cash gate will be in operation on the day.

  • Club

    Unacceptable conduct at match with Rangers

    Unacceptable conduct at match with Rangers

    Motherwell Football Club have banned an individual following an incident that took place during Sunday’s match against Rangers.

    In the 37th minute of the game, items were thrown from the crowd towards the pitch, narrowly missing James Tavernier.

    Since that incident, staff at the club have been studying CCTV, together with both moving and still photography, in an attempt to identify the culprits.

    Those efforts have been successful. One person has been identified and has been informed he is banned from Fir Park indefinitely.

    We are continuing to investigate a second individual we have identified threw an object onto the park, and will similarly ban as soon as possible.

    Commenting on the matter, chairman Jim McMahon said: “We condemn the irresponsible actions of two of our fans, whose moment of recklessness has cast an unfortunate shadow over our whole support.

    “It gives us absolutely no pleasure or satisfaction to ban anyone from Fir Park.

    “As a fan-owned and fan-run club, we have tried to campaign for the rights of supporters. We have been vocal in our opposition to any suggestion or notion of strict liability.

    “However, with that comes a responsibility to act if any of our own step out of line, particularly if we have such clear and obvious evidence.

    “I am sure our supporters understand that we are left with no other option but to take a hard line approach with not only these two individuals, but anyone else who steps out of line.”

  • 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 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.