The cinch Premiership season starts on Sunday, with Hibernian the visitors to Fir Park.
Up to 4,500 Motherwell fans will be in Fir Park for the match, as our capacity continues to increase in time for the beginning of the league campaign.
Kick-off is at 4.30pm.
Coming to Fir Park
Season ticket holders should now have received their match ticket by email.
If yours has not arrived by Thursday evening, please complete this form and we’ll fix it.
Tickets are also available on general sale on a first-come, first-served basis and a maximum of four tickets per purchase.
You can get yours by calling 01698 333333 or by visiting the ticket office at Fir Park.
The ticket office will be open until 5pm on Thursday, from 9am to 4pm on Friday and from 12pm until kick-off on Sunday.
Some fans have had issues adding their ticket to the wallet on their phones.
If this happens to you, please open the Print at Home document attached to your ticket email and have it open on your phone. We will be able to scan the barcode from that.
If you have a ticket and cannot make the match, please let us know ASAP by filling out this form. This will allow us to potentially pass your ticket to a fan who missed out in the ballot.
The Cooper Bar is open for pre-match food and drink from 2pm until one hour after full-time.
If you can’t make the match, there’s three options.
If you’re in the UK/Ireland, the game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports.
If you’re a season ticket holder who cannot make the game, you can watch for free at https://live.motherwellfc.co.uk.
Abroad, you can sign up to our live streaming service and get every game – home and away – from as little as £12.50 a month.
Tale of the tape
The last encounter between the two sides came in the Scottish Cup quarter-finals last season.
Hibernian held a 2-0 lead with eight minutes to go, only for Ricki Lamie and Tony Watt to level the tie and take it to extra-time.
Motherwell had their chances to seal it but it ultimately went all the way to penalties, with the Edinburgh side prevailing.
The Steelmen won the last league encounter between the two sides in February, with goals from Jordan Roberts and Devante Cole sealing a 2-0 away win.
Motherwell made it three competitive wins from four with victory over Annan Athletic at the weekend.
That sent the Steelmen through to the knockout stage of the Premier Sports Cup, where they’ll face Dundee.
Hibs will have had two competitive games under their belt prior to Sunday, with their UEFA Europa Conference League qualifying campaign underway.
A 3-0 home win over Andorran side FC Santa Coloma last week has set up a cushion for their away trip on Thursday.
In pre-season friendlies, Jack Ross’ men defeated Civil Service Strollers before a loss to Accrington Stanley, a draw with Stoke City and then a win over Arsenal at Easter Road, followed by victory over Raith Rovers.