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  • First team

    Next up: Aberdeen

  • First team

    Duo feature for Scotland Under 21s

  • Club

    2019/20 Flexi Tickets on sale now

  • First team

    Internationals in action on Sunday and Monday

  • Women

    Scottish Cup semi-final defeat for Motherwell

  • Women

    Abby Callaghan relishing semi-final test

  • Club

    Hospitality packages for Aberdeen and Kilmarnock

  • Women

    Semi-final action on Sunday

  • Club

    Get tickets for our Business Show event

  • First team

    Busy week for ‘Well internationals

  • First team

    Next up: Aberdeen

    Next up: Aberdeen

    Motherwell are back at home in the first game after the international break, with Aberdeen the visitors to Fir Park on Saturday.

    Five wins in six games have the Steelmen sitting third in the table, as they take on difficult opponents in Derek McInnes’ side.

    Kick off at Fir Park on Saturday is at 3pm.

    Tale of the tape

    With 15 points taken from the last 18 available, Motherwell are in form going up against the team sitting one place below them in the league.

    Stephen Robinson’s men have also picked up three clean sheets in that time, conceding four.

    Aberdeen have won two in the same period in the Premiership, drawing three and losing one.

    Wins over Ross County and Livingston went alongside draws with Hibernian, St Johnstone and Kilmarnock, and a heavy away loss at Rangers.

    Head to head

    Victories have swung back and forth between the two sides over their last five encounters.

    Both have won their last two at home, with Aberdeen breaking the trend five games ago with a victory at Fir Park.

    There have been no draws in the last 13 games between the two sides, with the last one coming in October 2015 in a 1-1 draw at Pittodrie.

    Ticket information

    Tickets are available online now or from the Fir Park ticket office. You can also pay at the gate.

    Adult£24 / £20
    Over 60s / 16-18s / Students£17 / £16
    Under 16s£3
    Ticket for one adult plus two under 16s£28 / £24

    The cheaper price is for our John Hunter stand only.

    Away supporters can pay at the gate.

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

    Can’t make it? Watch or listen live

    If you’re outside the UK/Ireland, you can watch Motherwell v Aberdeen and the majority of our Ladbrokes Premiership games this season on our live streaming service.

    Priced at £12 a month, just head to tv.motherwellfc.co.uk to subscribe.

    Wherever you are, there’s also live audio commentary available on our streaming service for £5.99 a month.

  • First team

    Duo feature for Scotland Under 21s

    Duo feature for Scotland Under 21s

    Allan Campbell and Barry Maguire both featured as Scotland Under 21s racked up their second successive 0-0 draw on Monday.

    The Motherwell midfield pair played in the European Under 21 Championship qualifier in Czech Republic, with Campbell starting and Maguire a substitute early in the second half.

    Team-mate James Scott was an unused substitute as Scot Gemmill’s side held onto top spot in the group with four matches played.

    Trevor Carson and Liam Donnelly watched on as Northern Ireland also played in the Czech Republic, defeating the full squad 3-2 in a friendly in Prague.

    The pair were unused subs as the side returned to form, rushing into a 3-0 first half lead and holding on in the face of a late salvo from the team that defeated England at the weekend.

    The games rounded off the international break, which also saw Bevis Mugabi feature in Uganda’s 1-0 win over Ethiopia, and Declan Gallagher an unused substitute for Scotland in their matches with Russia and San Marino.

  • Club

    2019/20 Flexi Tickets on sale now

    2019/20 Flexi Tickets on sale now

    Want to pick and choose your Motherwell matches this season and enjoy big discounts in the process?

    Our Flexi Tickets are back for another season, giving you the chance to buy five or 10-game packages, rather than paying for games individually.

    The biggest saving comes in our Davie Cooper Stand, where you can save up to £72 on gate prices if you buy a 10-game adult package.

    You can buy your Flexi Ticket online right now. Just pick your seat, and then choose a five-game or 10-game package. You can choose to have your card delivered to you, or collect it at Fir Park.

    If you’d rather, you can pop in to the ticket office at Fir Park during office hours or give us a call on 01698 333333. We are open Monday to Thursday, 9am to 5pm and Friday 9am to 4pm.

    How does it work?

    When you purchase, you will be given a Flexi Ticket card. You then just decide which games you want to attend by turning up on the day. Your card will expire once you have used your five or 10-game allowance and will be available to renew.

    Tickets are valid for Ladbrokes Premiership matches only.

    Flexi Ticket prices

    JOHN HUNTER STAND10-game packagePotential saving Five-game package Potential saving
    Over 60s / 16-18s / Full-time students£98£65£49£34
    Juvenile (15 and under)£10£20£5£10


    PHIL O’DONNELL STAND10-game packagePotential saving Five-game packagePotential saving 
    Over 60s / 16-18s / Full-time students£129£53£65£32
    Juvenile (15 and under)£10£20£5£10


    DAVIE COOPER STAND10-game packagePotential saving Five-game packagePotential saving 
    Over 60s / 16-18s / Full-time students£112£70£55£42
    Juvenile (15 and under)£10£20£5£10


  • First team

    Internationals in action on Sunday and Monday

    Internationals in action on Sunday and Monday

    Motherwell will have more players in international contention on Monday, with Scotland Under 21s and the Northern Ireland first team in action.

    Allan Campbell, James Scott and Barry Maguire are all in contention to pull on dark blue, as they take on Czech Republic away in UEFA Under 21 qualifying at 5pm.

    The game in Uherske Hradiste comes after a 0-0 draw with Lithuania at home last Friday.

    An hour later and 185 miles across the country in Prague, Trevor Carson and Liam Donnelly are in contention to feature for Northern Ireland’s A squad in their friendly with the Czechs.

    Bevis Mugabi was in Uganda’s starting team for their 1-0 friendly win in Ethiopia on Sunday.

    Declan Gallagher meanwhile was an unused substitute for Scotland in their 6-0 win over San Marino in Euro 2020 qualifying.

  • Women

    Scottish Cup semi-final defeat for Motherwell

    Scottish Cup semi-final defeat for Motherwell

    Motherwell exited the SSE Scottish Women’s Cup at the semi-final stage, as they were defeated 4-1 by an impressive Hibernian.

    The re-run of last year’s final, which was won by the Edinburgh side, saw the two go head-to-head for the chance to face Glasgow City.

    It started heavily in the opponents’ favour. Motherwell nearly fell behind inside the second minute, with Cavanagh’s volley crashing against the crossbar.

    Napier then had the ball in the net moments later for Hibs, only to be correctly ruled offside.

    The women of steel could not find a way out of their own half – pinned back by an impressive opposition.

    Muir then scored for Hibernian on 21 minutes, when her header flew past Anna Vincenti into the roof of the net.

    It was quickly two, with Cavanagh’s driven shot sneaking in at the near post after going past Rolph.

    Vincenti made two superb diving saves to deny long-range efforts from Cornet and Boyle, pushing both onto the post.

    But Hunter completed the scoring in the first half, she rose highest in the box to make it 3-0 to Hibernian.

    The second half started with a speculative effort from Chelsea McEachran. Doing well to find space outside the area, her shot was straight at the keeper.

    Hibs added a fourth on 56 minutes in unfortunate circumstances. A Hibs penalty was saved by Vincenti from the spot, only to be left helpless as the follow-up found its way into the net.

    Motherwell went close when Lori Gardner turned the defender and blasted the ball past onto the crossbar.

    Abby Callaghan then reduced the deficit with a wonderful finish, when her effort went right into the corner on 62 minutes. Gardner’s low drive into the box to find her was inch-perfect.

    The match finished with a more advanced and confident Motherwell, who pushed for another goal, but were left to rue a poor start.

    Motherwell: Vincenti, Callaghan, Rolph, Rafferty, Doran-Barr, Cairney, Roberts, Adams, Munro, McEachran, Gardner.

    Subs: Hunter, Cullan, Crooks, Arbuckle, Fyfe, Otto.

  • Women

    Abby Callaghan relishing semi-final test

    Abby Callaghan relishing semi-final test

    Abby Callaghan looks forward to Sunday’s SSE Scottish Women’s Cup semi-final, buoyed by her role in Scotland Under 19s qualification to the UEFA Elite Round midweek in Poland.


    “It was an incredible experience. We went with the goal of qualifying and we did that and topped the group.

    “Playing for Scotland is a massive honour and that feeling never goes away, this summer was the highlight for me being in the squad for the tournament that was held here.

    “The experience is like nothing else, you learn so much playing against different players and cultures. I feel like I acquitted myself well while on the pitch.”


    “Hibernian are a brilliant side, we can’t deny that fact. As a squad, we have to believe we can match them.

    “Last time against them we gave them a tough test, we were really disciplined in our play and a wee bit unlucky.

    “We have nothing to lose, as a young player, matches like this only make you better and you learn so much.

    “Sunday is our focus, we can’t think about another final yet.”


    “I’ve really been enjoying my time at Motherwell since moving in the summer. All the girls have been extremely welcoming.

    “It’s been brilliant for me as it has created an environment where I’m pushed and challenged by my teammates which has made me a better player.

    “Donald is a great coach who is always willing to push players in order to reach their full potential.

    “We are a close group and I think this is starting to benefit us on the pitch. We know each other’s strengths and weaknesses.”

  • Club

    Hospitality packages for Aberdeen and Kilmarnock

    Hospitality packages for Aberdeen and Kilmarnock

    There’s still time to secure one of our great hospitality deals for our forthcoming Ladbrokes Premiership fixtures with Aberdeen and Kilmarnock.

    You can buy online right now for Aberdeen on Saturday, 19 October or Kilmarnock on Wednesday, 30 October, or phone our hospitality team on 01698 338012.

    Centenary Suite

    A two-course meal with half-time refreshments served within our Centenary Suite with main stand seating and a pay bar for £80 per person, or £45 per person for season ticket holders. A fully-inclusive bar is also available for £120 per person.

    South Stand Boxes

    Inclusive bar with two-course meal and half-time snacks with indoor seating for £70 per person for our beer and wine package, or £90 for our spirits, beer and wine package.

    Davie Cooper Boxes

    View the match from the comfort of one of our boxes at the top of the Davie Cooper Stand. With access to the Cooper Bar before and after the match, and half-time refreshments, tea, coffee, pies and cakes, our deal is available for £50 per person.

    If you’re a season ticket holder, you can upgrade for £40 per person.

    Millennium Suite

    Enjoy hot snacks with half-time refreshments with main stand seating for £75 per person, with an inclusive bar one hour before and one hour following the match. We also have an offer for Under 18s priced at £30.

    The dress code for all areas is smart, with no jeans, trainers or colours. To book, please phone our hospitality team on 01698 338012 or book online at tickets.motherwellfc.co.uk.

  • Women

    Semi-final action on Sunday

    Semi-final action on Sunday

    Motherwell take on Hibernian in the semi-final of the SSE Scottish Women’s Cup on Sunday.


    The two teams met just over a week ago and although Donald Jennow’s side lost 2-0, he will take encouragement from their disciplined performance.

    Motherwell have had a positive first season in the Scottish top flight. The women of steel have have already secured their place in the league next season with six games to play and have a fight on with Rangers and Spartans to try and finish fourth behind Glasgow City, Hibs and Celtic.

    Despite that, ‘Well will go into the match as underdogs, considering Hibernian’s impressive form this season.

    The Edinburgh outfit last tasted defeat five games ago and that was at league leaders Glasgow City. Since that loss, Grant Scott’s side have scored 24 goals and have yet to concede.


    Both sides entered the competition in third round and have convincingly won the three games to get them to this stage.

    Motherwell have yet to concede a goal, seeing off Partick Thistle 2-0, Inverness CT 5-0, and then beating Queen’s Park 5-0 in the quarter-final.

    Current holders Hibs have been in formidable cup form too. They started the defence of their trophy with a 5-0 win over Stirling University, followed by a 7-1 win over Edinburgh rivals Hearts and a 3-0 win over Hamilton Accies in the quarters.


    “It’s an opportunity. The girls have worked incredibly hard to get themselves the opportunity of a semi-final and I want them to go out and approach it as an opportunity – nothing more than that.

    “It’s a chance to go out and show what they are capable of and hopefully reap the rewards of that.”, said head coach Donald Jennow.

    Defender Georgie Rafferty added “As a player, these are the games you want to be playing in.  There’s no denying Hibs are a fantastic side but you’re getting the opportunity to test yourself against some of the best in the country so we are looking forward to it.”


    Forthbank Stadium in Stirling is the venue for the match on Sunday. Kick off is at 3.30pm. Entry is £5 for adults, £2 for concessions and U12’s go free.

  • Club

    Get tickets for our Business Show event

    Get tickets for our Business Show event

    Come and get connected with businesses from all over North Lanarkshire at our business show this Thursday, 10 October.

    It’s free to come along to Fir Park and meet other companies, as well as take part in seminars and workshop sessions.

    We’ve already had a lot of interest in this year’s event, so make sure you don’t miss out by getting your free tickets online now. Pre-registration is required.

    Taking place from 10am to 1pm, you can also exhibit and have a stall at the event for your business to fill up your notepad with leads, contacts and opportunities.

    We have very limited availability, so get in touch with the team today by emailing grace.peacock@motherwellfc.co.uk or calling 01698 333333.

  • First team

    Busy week for ‘Well internationals

    Busy week for ‘Well internationals

    Several Motherwell players have joined with their respective nations ahead of a week of international football.

    Declan Gallagher was named in Steve Clarke’s Scotland squad for the first time as they face UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying fixtures against Russia in Moscow on Thursday (10 October) and San Marino at Hampden on Sunday (13 October).

    Liam Donnelly and Trevor Carson were both included in the Northern Ireland squad for a qualification match in Belfast against the Netherlands on Thursday (10 October) before a trip to Prague to take on the Czech Republic in a friendly match on Monday (14 October).

    Bevis Mugabi is in the Uganda squad looking to win his eighth cap with the Cranes square up against Ethiopia in a friendly match in Addis Adaba on Sunday (13 October).

    Allan Campbell, Barry Maguire and James Scott were again picked by Scott Gemmill for the Scotland U21 squad. The young Scots sit joint top of their 2021 UEFA European Under 21 qualifying group, having won their opening two matches against San Marino and Croatia. They host Lithuania at Tynecastle Park on Thursday (10 October), before travelling to Uherske Hradiste to take on Czech Republic four days later.