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  • First team

    Dundee United tickets on sale

  • First team

    Next up: Rangers

  • Women

    Spartans next in SWPL1

  • First team

    Rangers game switched to Saturday

  • Club

    Player of the Year 2021/22 sold out

  • Women

    Derby day defeat in SWPL1

  • Club

    Keith Lasley to depart at the end of the season

  • Club

    Hospitality available to book now

  • Club

    A change of date for Player of the Year 2021/22

  • Club

    Channel Finance take on the Kiltwalk

  • First team

    Dundee United tickets on sale

    Dundee United tickets on sale

    Tickets for Motherwell’s forthcoming match with Dundee United are now available to buy online.

    We go to the Tannadice in the cinch Premiership on Saturday 30 April. Kick off is at 3pm.

    Tickets for Motherwell fans can be purchased online now directly from Dundee United. Fans should purchase tickets in Jim McLean Fair Play Upper (highlighted in black on United’s e-ticketing website).

    Prices are:

    • Adults: £26
    • Over 65s / Under 18s / Full time students: £14
    • Under 12s (Only with Full paying Adult): £5
    • Wheelchair & carer £14

    Wheelchair supporters must contact Dundee United directly. Any supporter with mobility issues and cannot navigate the stairs must contact Dundee United direct and will be issued tickets in the lower Fair Play. To get in touch with the club, it’s 01382 833166 (option 1) or email tickets@dundeeunitedfc.co.uk.

  • First team

    Next up: Rangers

    Next up: Rangers

    Rangers are the visitors in the cinch Premiership on Saturday 23 April.

    Kick-off is at 12pm.

    Ticket information

    There are no online ticket sales. Visit the ticket office at Fir Park or call 01698 333333. The Fir Park ticket office will be open Monday – Thursday 9am – 5pm and Friday 9-4pm.

    Rangers fans are asked to buy directly from their club.

    Pay at the gate is not available.

    Ticket prices are:

    O’Donnell, Cooper & McLean (away) StandPrice
    Adults£30
    Concessions£21
    Juveniles£3
    One adult + two kids£34
    Hunter Stand
    Adults£23
    Concessions£19
    Juveniles£3
    One adult + two kids£27

    – Concessions are listed as Over 60s, 16-18 year olds and full-time students with a valid matriculation card.
    – Juveniles are listed as 15 and under.

    Watch live

    The game will be broadcast live in the UK and Ireland by Sky Sports.

    If you’re a Motherwell season ticket holder who cannot make the match, you can still watch a live stream for free at live.motherwellfc.co.uk.

    International viewers can watch through our subscription service at live.motherwellfc.co.uk. Packages start at as little as £12.50 per month to watch all 38 cinch Premiership fixtures.

    Form guide

    The mood in both camps will be positive ahead of this game.

    Motherwell claimed a top six place with dramatic last minute equaliser from Ricki Lamie against Livingston a fortnight ago.

    Rangers will be buoyed by a Scottish Cup semi-final win over rivals Celtic at the weekend as well as booking their place in the Europa League semi-final.

    Tale of the tape

    The Steelmen have managed two draws against Rangers this season; both of which came at Ibrox.

    They will be looking for an improvement on the last meeting at Fir Park though, with the visitors running out 1-6 winners on Hallowe’en despite ‘Well taking the lead through Bevis Mugabi.

  • Women

    Spartans next in SWPL1

    Spartans next in SWPL1

    Motherwell face off against Spartans in SWPL1 on Sunday 24 April at Ainslie Park. 

    Kick off is 1pm.

    Come and watch

    Tickets cost £7 for Adults, while a Concession ticket will cost £4.

    Under 16s go free.

    Pay at the gate is available for the game but you can buy tickets online here.

    Tale of the Tape

    Spartans are yet to defeat or score against Motherwell this season.

    Last time out, Motherwell ran out 3-0 winners despite going down to 10 players. London Pollard netted a brace in the first half, while Jo Addie also got on the scoresheet.

    In their last encounter at Ainslie Park, it ended all square as neither side were able to break the deadlock. Motherwell also reduced to 1o players when Paige McAllister got sent off.

    Form Guide

    Spartans are searching for their first win in three games.

    Their last win came in the middle of March, when they defeated Hearts 2-0.

    Motherwell will be looking to rectify their 1-0 Lanarkshire derby defeat to Hamilton at Fir Park.

    The women of steel will need to start picking up points if they want to catch Spartans, who are six points ahead of Motherwell.

    They last picked up points when they came back from 2-0 down against Partick Thistle to draw 3-3 in March.

  • First team

    Rangers game switched to Saturday

    Rangers game switched to Saturday

    This weekend’s match with Rangers will now go ahead on Saturday 23 April, with a noon kick off.

    Rangers made a request to the Scottish Professional Football League, Police Scotland and to host broadcasters, Sky Sports, to seek permission to bring the game forward 24 hours.

    Following approval from those bodies, Motherwell FC agreed to the proposal.

    “Based on significant feedback over the years, we believe most of our fans would rather watch a match on a Saturday rather than a Sunday, and with our only other home fixture after the split being a Wednesday night, that was at the forefront of our thinking,” Chief Executive Alan Burrows said.

    “In addition, the club believe it sensible to support all Scottish clubs playing in European matches.

    “That being said, we would like to sincerely apologise for the length of time taken to make this call and the subsequent lack of notice of the change, which has been largely out with our control. We were initially approached on Good Friday, but we were only given confirmation of the change at 3:10pm today (Tuesday 19th).”

  • Club

    Player of the Year 2021/22 sold out

    Player of the Year 2021/22 sold out

    Our 2021/22 Player of the Year event is sold out, but there’s still time to get on our waiting list if extra tickets become available.

    Held at Dalziel Park Hotel on Saturday 14 May and hosted by Tam Cowan, our event will see the top performers from across the campaign recognised.

    To be added to the waiting list, please email events@motherwellfc.co.uk with your ticket requirements and we will be in touch if any tickets become available.

    Date: 14 May 2022

    Location: Dalziel Park Hotel, Motherwell

    Cost: Adult £68, Children £35 (12 and under)

  • Women

    Derby day defeat in SWPL1

    Derby day defeat in SWPL1

    A difficult afternoon for Motherwell as the women of steel struggled to break down an organised Hamilton side, who came away with maximum points in a disappointing but momentous day at Fir Park.

    Chloe Muir’s second half strike proved to be the difference in what was a frustrating afternoon for Motherwell in their first Fir Park appearance in over three years.

    Following last weekend’s narrow 1-0 defeat to league leaders Rangers, Paul Brownlie made one change from the previous outing, with Carla Boyce replacing London Pollard who recently returned from international duty.

    Looking to secure their third successive Lanarkshire derby victory this season, Motherwell started on the front foot and almost found themselves ahead after four minutes.

    Katie Rice cut into the box with a darting run before picking out Lori Gardner with an enticing through ball, but the wingers drilled effort was superbly parried wide of the target by Nicolson.

    Moments later, Carla Boyce brilliantly evaded her opponent with a skilful nutmeg before teeing up Kaela McDonald-Nguah at the edge of the box, but the forwards effort failed to trouble the keeper.

    As the half time whistle loomed, Motherwell continued to flood the Hamilton penalty area in search of the opener.

    Amy Anderson’s volley sailed into the path of Boyce deep into the Hamilton penalty area, but with the goal seemingly at her mercy, Nicolson reacted well to produce a vital last-ditch save.

    With both sides level minutes into the second half, the visitors snatched a lead.

    Lucy Sinclair skilfully worked her way to the edge of the box before curling a threatening delivery across the face of goal, and Muir was on hand to coolly divert her strike past Ramsay at the back post.

    Motherwell toiled in the second half in search of a route back into the game, but despite their tireless efforts, the women of steel were unable to find the late equaliser that they truly deserved.

    Paul Brownlie’s side will now look to rectify this result, as they travel to face sixth placed Spartans in a season-defining encounter at Ainslie Park

  • Club

    Keith Lasley to depart at the end of the season

    Keith Lasley to depart at the end of the season

    Keith Lasley will leave Motherwell this summer to become St Mirren’s new Chief Operating Officer.

    The ‘Well legend has spent more than 20 years at Fir Park as a player, captain, coach and, most recently, assistant manager.

    The 42-year-old is currently enrolled on the Masters of Sport Directorship at Manchester Metropolitan University with a view to taking a new route into the non-playing side of football, and that has been expedited by St Mirren’s vacancy and offer.

    “We were very keen for Keith to stay at Motherwell and have helped him in his development towards a new career path but we also acknowledge this is a very exciting opportunity for him,” chairman Jim McMahon said.

    “Keith has been a fantastic servant to Motherwell, he is a legend in every sense of the word. We thank him for all his hard work, effort and dedication, on and off the field, across two decades and wish him well for the future.”

    Lasley joined the Steelmen in the late 1990s under then boss Billy Davies and finished as one the highest appearance holders in Fir Park history, playing almost 500 games in claret and amber.

    He was rewarded for his impeccable playing service with a testimonial match against Bolton Wanderers in 2015.

    Graham Alexander added: “I am reluctant to lose Keith from our coaching staff as we have a very good relationship, and he plays a significant part in what we do.

    “However, when he set out the direction in which he saw his career going and then with this role presented itself, it was clear it was too good for him to turn down.

    “I want to personally thank him for all his help and support over the last 16 months and wish him every success in his new role.”

    “It has been a pleasure and a privilege to serve Motherwell Football Club for 20 years,” Lasley said.

    “There have been some very special moments along the way. From making my debut at the age of 19 through to captaining the club and ultimately on to my current role as assistant manager, I have enjoyed every single minute.

    “This club means so much to me and my family, and will continue to do so. I will continue to serve the club with great pride and determination until the end of the season and wish Graham, his staff, the players and everyone at the club continued success in the future.”

  • Club

    Hospitality available to book now

    Hospitality available to book now

    Hospitality packages for our final two home games of the season against Rangers and Heart of Midlothian are now on sale.

    The Steelmen take on Rangers (24 April, 12 noon kick-off) and Heart of Midlothian (11 May, 19.45 kick-off) at Fir Park as we look to finish the season on a high.

    Prices start from as little as £30 for adults and £16 for children.  We have hospitality options to suit all needs and budgets.

    Click here to book your hospitality package online or alternatively you can email hospitality@motherwellfc.co.uk or by calling 01698 338003 and our hospitality team will be delighted to assist.

  • Club

    A change of date for Player of the Year 2021/22

    A change of date for Player of the Year 2021/22

    Due to Motherwell’s fixture with Ross County in Dingwall on Saturday 7 May, the 2021/22 Player of the Year event will now take place on Saturday 14 May and will now take place at Dalziel Park Hotel.

    The Player of the Year Awards will return in person for the first time since 2019.

    Held at the Dalziel Park Hotel on Saturday 14 May and hosted by Tam Cowan, our event will see the players from across the campaign recognised (covid restrictions permitting).

    Fans will have the opportunity to select their Player of the Year, Young Player of the Year and Goal of the Season prizes in the upcoming weeks.

    Included in the price of the ticket is a three-course meal, live entertainment and then the awards ceremony itself.

    Date: 14 May 2022

    Location: Dalziel Park Hotel, Motherwell

    Cost: Adult £68, Children £35 (12 and under)

    To book: Phone 01698 333333, email events@motherwellfc.co.uk or book online by clicking here.

  • Club

    Channel Finance take on the Kiltwalk

    Channel Finance take on the Kiltwalk

    The team at club sponsors Channel Finance Group will be participating in this years Kiltwalk from Clydebank to Balloch on April 24th.

    This year, the company will be raising money for it’s Charity of the Year, Brain Tumour Research UK. With just 1% of the national spend on cancer research being allocated to brain cancer but 16,000 people diagnosed with a brain tumour every year, this charity works to support scientists searching for a cure for this highly underfunded area of research.

    CEO of Channel Finance group, Michael Savage, said the following about why we will be sponsoring this charity:

    “Brain Tumour Research is a charity that is personally close to myself and family. By becoming a corporate sponsor of Brain Tumour Research, we aim to raise as much money as possible to help combat this awful disease and the stigmas that are attached to it. We hope that we will be able to make even a small difference in supporting those going through it and their families and look forward to following the amazing advancements being made in this important research.”

    Thanks to Sir Tom Hunter, any donations made to Kiltwalk participants will be doubled! We would very much appreciate any donations people could spare to support our team’s efforts in the Kiltwalk and make a difference to this brilliant charity.

    Thank you for any support you can give and we hope to see lots of you there!

    https://glasgow.thekiltwalk.co.uk/teams/channel-finance-group