Our first four inductees will be announced at a dinner at the Bothwell Bridge Hotel on Saturday, 23 November.
Hosted by Tam Cowan, tickets for the event are now on sale online. Adult tickets are £45, with kids tickets £22.
You’ll soon be able to vote for the first players you want to see inducted into the Hall of Fame. Voting details will be announced shortly.
Linfield test for Steelmen
Friday 28 June 2019
Motherwell end their pre-season trip to Northern Ireland with a friendly against Linfield on Saturday.
Kick off at Windsor Park is at 1.30pm. Tickets are on sale from the office at the stadium from 12pm on the day and cost £10 for adults and £5 for concessions.
The game presents a second opportunity for the travelling squad to get game time under their belts, having fielded two different outfield teams in either half of a 1-0 loss at Crusaders on Wednesday night.
David Turnbull to stay at Motherwell
Thursday 27 June 2019
David Turnbull is to remain a Motherwell player, with a proposed move to Celtic FC no longer taking place.
An agreement was reached with the Glasgow club on 12 June, subject to the player agreeing personal terms, which he did, and undergoing a medical.
During that medical process, an issue was identified that will require David to have immediate preventative surgery and subsequent rehabilitation.
Celtic were still keen to sign the player despite this matter arising. But having presented revised transfer terms to Motherwell, the clubs could not reach an agreement.
David will now remain at Fir Park and will shortly have an operation which will rule him out of any football for an extended period, the exact length to be determined following surgery.
We will give David all the support he needs during this process. We wish him the best with his procedure and rehabilitation, and look forward to watching him play in claret and amber again in the near future.
‘Well lose opening friendly at Crusaders
Wednesday 26 June 2019
Twenty-one players got playing time as Motherwell lost 1-0 to Crusaders in their opening pre-season friendly.
Rory Hale’s first half effort from close range was the difference between the two teams, as manager Stephen Robinson changed his outfield players entirely for both halves.
Motherwell’s first game of the 2019/20 campaign saw plenty of composed play, but scoring chances were at a premium.
Against an opposition preparing for a tilt at UEFA Europa League qualification, the mixed ‘Well teams continued preparation which had included two double training sessions in the two days previous, with more to come before Saturday’s tour closer at Linfield.