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  • Club

    March against prostate cancer with Jeff Stelling

  • Club

    Fee agreed with Celtic for David Turnbull

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Seven new academy graduates sign on

  • Archive

    Betfred Cup prices set at £12 and £6

  • First team

    Christopher Long signs for Motherwell

  • Women

    Motherwell v Partick Thistle in Scottish Women’s Cup

  • Club

    What if you could have a second place to call home?

  • Women

    Scottish Women’s Cup draw on Wednesday

  • First team

    Motherwell to play Gretna friendly

  • First team

    Motherwell to start season at Queen of the South

  • Club

    March against prostate cancer with Jeff Stelling

    March against prostate cancer with Jeff Stelling

    Jeff Stelling is coming to Fir Park as part of another epic walking challenge for Prostate Cancer UK.

    The Sky Sports presenter and marathon man has already completed 25 walking marathons for the men’s health charity, and will now span another four countries in four days in September 2019.

    The Scottish leg of his tour kicks off at Hampden Park on 5 September, making his way to numerous stadiums across Glasgow and Lanarkshire before ending in ML1.

    If you want to raise money for the charity, you can join him on the walk by signing up at marchformen.org. What’s more, you can use the code MOTHERWELL10 to get 10% off the £30 entry fee.

    Having raised close to £800,000 across 2016 and 2017, he’s aiming to march through the £1m fundraising barrier as he travels here, before heading on to Belfast, Cardiff and London.

    Over 26,000 men are living with and after prostate cancer in Scotland, emphasising the need to raise awareness and funds.

    “It’s three years since I started this life-saving journey at the gates of my club, Hartlepool United, but there is still so much work to do,” said Jeff.

    “Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men, with one man dying every 45 minutes from this disease. That’s unacceptable, and that’s why I’m walking again.

    “It’s an indiscriminate disease, affecting men and their loved ones across the UK. I’ve walked alongside many of them and am proud to call some friends. Their reaction and positive outlook despite being dealt the toughest of hands is simply unbelievable. I’m marching for them – and everyone affected – in a bid to fund the research to change the game.”

    Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson wears the Prostate Cancer UK pin badge in support the charity at every game.

    “It’s going to be great to welcome Jeff and the walkers to Fir Park in September,” said the ‘Well manager,

    “I’m sure there will be some tired legs arriving as Motherwell is the final stop, but every walker can be proud of the terrific efforts they’ll have made for Prostate Cancer UK.”

  • Club

    Fee agreed with Celtic for David Turnbull

    Fee agreed with Celtic for David Turnbull

    Motherwell Football Club has reached an agreement with Celtic FC for the potential transfer of David Turnbull.

    The academy graduate has been given permission to speak to the club. Should the deal go through, the value of the transfer will vastly exceed our previous record fee received.

    We have rejected several seven-figure offers for David in recent weeks, with clubs the length and breadth of the UK speaking to us about him. It is clear from that the fee we stand to receive fully maximises his potential value.

    We have continued to stand by what we believe is a fair value for David. In light of the negotiating stance we have adopted, the money we stand to receive will be transformational for us as we continue to operate as a fan-owned club.

    Motherwell FC will make no further comment at this time.

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Seven new academy graduates sign on

    Seven new academy graduates sign on

    Seven players will make the step up from the Motherwell academy to sign professional terms at the club.

    Sam Muir, Matthew McDonald, Cammy Williamson, Findlay Cook, Paul Hale, Lewis Robertson and Matty Connolly have all agreed to turn pro, having risen through the ranks.

    All seven will now form part of Maurice Ross’ reserve group for the 2019/20 season, as well as being under the tutelage of new Under 18s coach Darren O’Dea.

    Three defenders are part of the new crop and all are 16 years old. Sam Muir is a left back or left-sided centre back, Matthew McDonald is a right back and Cammy Williamson plays at left back.

    The trio have been at the academy for a prolonged period of time, rising through the ranks from the ages of 11 and 12.

    Paul Hale and Lewis Robertson are two young midfielders. Paul Hale, who has been at the academy for six years, is a central midfielder while Lewis Robertson, recruited from Rangers, plays as an attacking midfielder.

    Seventeen-year-old Findlay Cook has been in the academy for three-and-a-half years, with the forward also making the step up.

    Finally, 16-year-old goalkeeper Matty Connolly signs professional terms having already had a brief taste of being around the first team.

    The youngster, who has been at Motherwell since he was seven years old, was involved in the warm ups at the home match with St Mirren in May, after the team went down to one registered ‘keeper through illness and injury.

    “We are excited by what the seven boys will offer the club now they are on professional terms,” Motherwell’s academy director Steven Hammell said.

    “The boys all have inspiration to look towards when it comes to how quickly their careers can progress.

    “It’s up to them now to continue to learn and develop, and we’re hopeful they all have the attitude to give themselves every chance of a long career in the game.”

    Last year’s crop have already made significant strides in their professional careers.

    Dean Cornelius made his first team debut at the end of the 2018/19 season, while Stuart McKinstry and Reece McAlear were involved in some matchday squads.

  • Archive

    Betfred Cup prices set at £12 and £6

    Betfred Cup prices set at £12 and £6

    Motherwell’s four Betfred Cup matches will have a set ticket price of £12 for adults and £6 for concessions.

    Tickets are now on sale online for our two home matches. Season ticket holders have the option to secure their own seat.

    The Steelmen start on the road to Queen of the South at Palmerston Park on Saturday, 13 July.

    Greenock Morton then visit on Friday, 19 July in a televised match at 7.45pm, before the trip to Dumbarton on Tuesday, 23 July.

    The group stage then concludes with Stephen Robinson’s side hosting Annan Athletic on Saturday, 27 July.

    After agreement between all five participating clubs, all games in the group will be priced identically.

    All games will be pay at the gate. Concession pricing will apply to all other age groups.


    Both the Centenary Suite and Cooper Bar will be open for our two home games to all fans, including travelling supporters, to purchase food and drink.

  • First team

    Christopher Long signs for Motherwell

    Christopher Long signs for Motherwell

    Christopher Long is the latest Motherwell recruit ahead of the 2019/20 season.

    The English forward has signed an initial one-year deal and will officially join on the expiry of his contract with Blackpool this month.

    Long, 24, is a product of the Everton youth academy and has experience in the English Championship and League One.

    “We’ve been keen to add players in the forward positions and Chris will bring another element to our attack,” manager Stephen Robinson said of his sixth signing of the summer.

    “He’s got pace to burn, has an incredible work rate and can play anywhere across the front three, which will give us plenty of variety going forward.”

    Liverpudlian Long spent time on loan with MK Dons and Brentford while on the books at Everton, scoring four goals in 11 games with the latter in the second tier.

    An appearance in the UEFA Europa League came with the Toffees in 2014, getting on the pitch against FC Krasnodar in a game which also saw former ‘Well players Russell Griffiths and Conor Grant on the bench.

    A permanent move to then-Championship side Burnley followed in 2015, before further loan spells at Fleetwood Town, Northampton Town and Bolton Wanderers.

    After three years at Turf Moor, he signed at Fleetwood Town at the start of last season, before switching to Blackpool in January.

    “I can’t wait to get started,” Long said on signing for the club.

    “I’ve seen a number of my ex-team mates and players I’ve come up against join the club in the past and become a success. I’m hoping to follow in their footsteps.”

  • Women

    Motherwell v Partick Thistle in Scottish Women’s Cup

    Motherwell v Partick Thistle in Scottish Women’s Cup

    Partick Thistle lie in wait for Motherwell in the third round of the SSE Scottish Women’s Cup.

    Donald Jennow’s team will face SWPL2 opposition, as they look to repeat their run to last year’s final.

    Thistle currently sit second in the second tier, four points behind leaders Hearts.

    The date, kick-off time and venue will be announced shortly.

    SSE Scottish Women’s Cup third round draw

    Hibernian v Stirling University

    St Johnstone v Boroughmuir Thistle

    Spartans v Aberdeen

    Motherwell v Partick Thistle

    Queen’s Park v Westdyke

    Hearts v Raith Rovers

    Kilwinning v Hamilton Academical

    Rangers v Glasgow Girls

    Dunfermline Athletic v Stonehaven

    FC Kilmarnock v East Fife

    Hutchison Vale v Inverness CT

    Clyde v Clark Drive

    West Park United v Celtic

    Dundee City v St Mirren

    Forfar Farmington v Stenhousemuir/Pollok United

    Edinburgh Caledonia v Glasgow City

  • Club

    What if you could have a second place to call home?


    Many of you have been coming to Fir Park for many, many years. Some of you have been with us for a while. Others might just be starting their love affair with the club, or you might be bringing along your next generation to get them hooked on the ‘Well.

    We all have the things we do on matchday. Call them habits or, for most, superstitions. The same routine. The same breakfast. Wearing the same top if we won the week before. Take the steps up to the stand two at a time. The same seat for years on end. Don’t leave that seat for any reason until the half-time or full-time whistle goes. And so on.

    You’ll have your habits. Whatever they are, let’s keep them going into the 2019/20 season.

    Over 2,500 Motherwell fans have already decided to keep their traditions going for the forthcoming campaign. We had 4,300 commit to a season ticket for 2018/19 – and we want to try and surpass that record-breaking number again this year.

    Our season ticket prices

    You can renew your ticket or buy new right now. The easiest way to do so is to head to tickets.motherwellfc.co.uk.

    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 would like to speak to us, just give us a call on 01698 333333, email us at tickets@motherwellfc.co.uk, or send us a private message on Facebook or Twitter.

    Our Early Bird price has now expired for the new season.

    Ways to pay

    Supporters can now take out finance on our 2019/20 season tickets.

    Finance is available at an interest rate of 19.5%, repayable over 12 months. A minimum 10% deposit is required on all finance applications.

    Our new finance partners, Duologi, are now up and running and applications are being processed.

    To apply, just call us on 01698 333333 or email tickets@motherwellfc.co.uk. We will then be able to help get you started.

    The process is quick and easy after that, and you can have finance on your ticket in a matter of minutes.

    We do not receive payment for introducing you to lenders. Credit is subject to application and acceptance.

    If you got in touch with us before the early bird deadline to register your interest in taking out finance, you will be contacted by the ticket office in the coming days. Thank you for your patience.

    There are also many other ways to pay for your season ticket.

    At tickets.motherwellfc.co.uk, you can pay by debit/credit card.

    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.

  • Women

    Scottish Women’s Cup draw on Wednesday

    Scottish Women’s Cup draw on Wednesday

    Motherwell will learn their SSE Scottish Women’s Cup third round opponents on Wednesday.

    Last year’s beaten finalists go into the hat as one of 32 teams in the draw at 4pm.

    Donald Jennow’s side are in a free draw, meaning they could be paired with holders Hibernian or league leaders Glasgow City.

    Alternatively they could take on fourth tier sides such as West Park United, who currently play in the same league as ‘Well’s development side.

    Fixture information, venue and dates will be announced soon after the draw.

  • First team

    Motherwell to play Gretna friendly

    Motherwell to play Gretna friendly

    Motherwell will head to the borders to take on Chris Humphrey’s Gretna in a pre-season friendly in early July.

    The former Jamaican international was a popular figure at Fir Park between 2009 and 2013, where he notched up 163 appearances including outings in the UEFA Champions League, Europa League and the Scottish Cup final.

    He retired from full time football late last year and has taken the reins at Gretna, in what is his first foray into management.

    The game will take place on Tuesday, 2 July at Raydale Park, ‘Well’s first ever fixture at the ground, with kick-off set at 7.15pm.


    Wednesday, 17 June: Players return for pre season
    Monday 24 to Friday 28 June: Training camp in Belfast
    Wednesday 26 June v Crusaders (A)
    Saturday 29 June v Linfield (A)
    Tuesday 2 July v Gretna (A)
    Saturday 6 July v Darlington (A)

  • First team

    Motherwell to start season at Queen of the South

    Motherwell to start season at Queen of the South

    The 2019/20 starts for Motherwell away to Queen of the South on Saturday, 13 July.

    Our first Betfred Cup group stage game comes at Palmerston Park, with a 3pm kick off.

    Next, Greenock Morton will be the visitors to Fir Park in a televised match on BT Sport on Friday, 19 July. Kick off is at 7.45pm.

    An away match with Dumbarton follows on Tuesday, 23 July at 7.45pm, before Annan Athletic are the visitors in the final game at Fir Park on Saturday, 27 July at 3pm.

    Ticket information will be announced in due course.

    2019/20 Betfred Cup Group E fixtures

    Saturday, 13 July: Queen of the South (A), 3pm

    Friday, 19 July: Greenock Morton (H), 7.45pm

    Tuesday, 23 July: Dumbarton (A), 7.45pm

    Saturday, 27 July: Annan Athletic (H), 3pm