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    Scottish Cup ticket details

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    Two fixtures selected for Sky Sports in February

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    December player of the month vote

  • First team

    January loan watch

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Sam Campbell departs

  • Women

    Match Preview – Partick Thistle (A)

  • First team

    Conor Wilkinson departs for Colchester United

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    A win taken away late on // Hibernian 2-2 Motherwell

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    Brodie Spencer returns to Huddersfield Town

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    Hibernian 2-2 Motherwell

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    Scottish Cup ticket details

    Scottish Cup ticket details

    Ticket prices for our Scottish Cup Fourth Round game with Alloa Athletic have been confirmed.

    The match is priced as follows, with tickets available to buy online by clicking here or in the Fir Park ticket office.

    Adults £18
    Concessions £10
    Juveniles £5
    • Concessions are over 65, under 21 and students
    • Juveniles are 11 and under

    SEASON TICKET HOLDERSIf you are a season ticket holder, you can purchase your own seat(s) for the match.

    To get yours, just log in to your account at tickets.motherwellfc.co.uk. Once logged in, your reserved ticket(s) will be in your account menu and will be uploaded to your card. You will not be required to collect a physical ticket if you purchase your season ticket seat(s).

    Your seat will be reserved until Wednesday 17th January at 5pm.

    For help, call 01698 333333 or email tickets@motherwellfc.co.uk.


    There will be no hospitality for this match.

    The Cooper Bar will open as normal from 12 noon serving food and drink with the Centenary Suite opening from 1pm for drinks only.  Home and away fans welcome in both areas.

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    Two fixtures selected for Sky Sports in February

    Two fixtures selected for Sky Sports in February

    Two of our fixtures in February have been selected to be shown live on Sky Sports.

    Motherwell v Celtic, originally scheduled for Saturday 24 February at 3pm, has now been moved to the following day – Sunday 25th February, with a 12 noon kick-off.

    Also selected is Livingston v Motherwell on Wednesday 28 February. The match will take place on the original date but kick-off has been moved back fifteen minutes to 8pm.

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    December player of the month vote

    December player of the month vote

    It’s time to vote for your G4 Claims player of the month for December. 

    Davor Zdravkovksi, Theo Bair, Georgie Gent and Mika Biereth are all up for nomination.

    To vote, head over to the Motherwell Facebook page.

    Games in December
    • Motherwell 3-3 Dundee
    • Ross County 3-0 Motherwell 
    • Motherwell 1-1 St Johnstone 
    • St Mirren 0-0 Motherwell
    • Motherwell 0-2 Rangers
    • Motherwell 3-1 Livingston
  • First team

    January loan watch

    January loan watch

    We have number of players out on loan at the present, in Scotland and England.

    Matty Connelly

    Matty Connelly joined East Kilbride in December. He was named on the bench against Gretna before making his debut for the Lowland League side against Albion Rovers. Rovers came away with a 3-1 win, with East Kilbride remaining top of the league.

    Ricki Lamie

    Ricki Lamie is now up to 11 appearances for the Dee.

    Ineligible for the match against Motherwell, Lamie has made three further appearances since the last loan update at the end of November.

    He was involved in two defeats and a win in that time, with Dundee seeing two matches postponed in December.

    Nathan McGinley

    Nathan McGinley has now returned to the club, following his loan spell at Partick Thistle. He didn’t make an appearance in his time with the Jags and was named on the bench for our match against Hibernian on 2 January.

    Ewan Wilson

    December saw an upturn in results for Stirling Albion and Ewan Wilson, with Albion sitting on 18 points after 20 games.

    It’s a tight league as, although currently eighth in the table, Stirling are only five points off of the playoff spots.

    Ewan Wilson has started three and been a sub in two since our last update, taking his number of Stirling appearances up to ten.

    Sam Campbell

    Sam Campbell played 69 minutes of Scottish Cup action, in a penalty shootout defeat to Dumbarton at the end of November.

    An unused substitute in last three matches, Campbell is now on 11 appearances for Annan Athletic. Campbell has now departed the club.

    Robbie Garcia

    Robbie Garcia played on five occasions for Cowdenbeath.

    He has returned to the club.

    Barry Maguire

    Barry Maguire hasn’t featured for Kidderminster Harriers since the start of November. Maguire is on 15 appearances with his loan spell set to expire this month.

    Ross Tierney

    Ross Tierney has had battles with injury in the last month, featuring only twice for Walsall since our last update.

    The Saddlers sit 13th in the table.

    Adam MacDonald

    Adam MacDonald has been enjoying plenty game time with Cowdenbeath.

    He started three games in December, which resulted in three wins for his side. He was also a second half substitute against Inverness CT in the Scottish Cup.

    Cowdenbeath are 9th in the table as they look to continue their run of form.

    Robbie Mahon

    Despite off the field troubles hitting Edinburgh City, Robbie Mahon has impressed on the field.

    Scoring in the last five consecutive games, netting six goals in total, Mahon is now on seven goals for the season.

    The 20-year-old has now returned to the club.

    Mark Ferrie

    Mark Ferrie joined Stenhousemuir on a loan deal until January and has made seven appearances so far.

    Stenny are 11 points clear of second placed Peterhead as they motor closer to promotion. They face Forfar at the weekend, in what will be Mark Ferrie’s last match before his loan expires.

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Sam Campbell departs

    Sam Campbell departs

    Sam Campbell has left the club following the expiry of his contract. 

    Having suffered a significant knee injury last year, the 19-year-old signed a short term deal in the summer that would last until January.

    The centre-back joined Annan Athletic on loan at the start of the season, where he made 11 appearances.

    We wish Sam the best for the future.

  • Women

    Match Preview – Partick Thistle (A)

    Match Preview – Partick Thistle (A)

    Refreshed and rejuvenated following the festive break, the women of steel will return to competitive action this weekend, with Partick Thistle the hosts in a highly-anticipated Scottish Cup clash at Petershill Park.

    Paul Brownlie’s side will be seeking to replicate the successes of the previous campaign, as Motherwell etched themselves into the history books by becoming the first women’s side to contest a domestic cup Semi-Final at the National Stadium.

    The short journey to Springburn will be the first step on the road to Hampden, as Motherwell prepare to start the 2024 calendar on a high.

    The Tale of the Tape


    A positive display over Dundee United in the City of Discovery ensured the women of steel concluded 2023 on a high after securing three points in a closely-fought one-goal victory.

    Last season’s successful Scottish Cup campaign will remain firmly in the memory – with successive victories over Gartcairn, Montrose and Glasgow Women propelling Motherwell to a maiden appearance at Hampden Park.

    The four-week hiatus from competitive action provided the squad with ample opportunity to continue their promising development from persistent injury woes. Morgan Hay will be doubtful despite returning to full-contact training in the past week following successive injury spells. Eve Donald continued her progression towards a return to action and will be eligible for contention this weekend.

    Partick Thistle

    Brian Graham’s side racked up their fifth successive victory in the last meeting between the sides, with a first-half Imogen Longcake brace complimented with strikes from Rachel Donaldson and Demi Falconer in a prolific 4-2 victory.

    However, two back-to-back defeats to Hearts and Glasgow City left the Jags heading into the New Year on a disappointing note, scoring once and conceding 10.

    Ticket Information

    Supporters can purchase tickets on matchday at the turnstiles, with cash & card payment both available for this fixture on the day.

    • Adult – £7
    • Concession – £5
    • Kids go FREE

    How to follow the action

    Supporters can follow Sunday’s encounter on Twitter @motherwellwomen, with a full report of the action available post-match.

  • First team

    Conor Wilkinson departs for Colchester United

    Conor Wilkinson departs for Colchester United

    Conor Wilkinson has left the club to join Colchester United for an undisclosed fee, subject to international clearance.

    The striker who signed in the summer of 2023, made 19 appearances in all competitions, scoring four goals in the process.

    “Conor has been given the opportunity for more game time and a move closer to home,” manager Stuart Kettlewell said.

    “We had a very good discussion during the negotiations and we both thought it best that this move should go ahead.

    “Although only joining us in the summer, I do believe Conor brought something to the table in his time at Motherwell and wish him the very best for the rest of his career.”

    “Thank you to everyone affiliated with Motherwell football club,” Wilkinson said.

    “From day one you welcomed me with open arms. My decision to move on wasn’t easy but with the last couple of years being injured playing games is the most important thing for me to do.

    “The gaffer and his staff work tirelessly day in day out for the football club and I wish everyone all the best. Thank you for the support this season and good luck.”

    We thank Conor for his efforts at the club and wish him the very best for the future.

  • First team

    A win taken away late on // Hibernian 2-2 Motherwell

    With the festive season almost over, Motherwell had one last game before the winter shutdown, a trip to Easter Road to face Hibernian. 

    With only 12 senior players available, it was a slow start for the Steelmen who after continued pressure from the hosts, eventually went behind thanks to a Ellie Youan goal for Hibernian.

    But Motherwell showed their steel once again. Theo Bair drew the sides level as he made it three goals in two games.

    Bevis Mugabi nodded his side ahead, turning the game on it’s head in the process. The Motherwell backline had to remain robust from 64 minutes on, and looked to have achieved their task of holding on as we entered stoppage time.

    But it was late heartbreak for the ‘Well as Youan made it a double in the 92nd minute of the match, as both teams had to settle for a point.

  • First team

    Brodie Spencer returns to Huddersfield Town

    Brodie Spencer returns to Huddersfield Town

    Brodie Spencer has returned to his parent club Huddersfield Town. 

    Spencer joined on loan in the summer. Although the deal was initially for the full season, Huddersfield have recalled the Northern Irishman.

    “The loan market has been important in our recruitment this season and Brodie’s has been a very successful one for both player and club,” manager Stuart Kettlewell said.

    “We’re, of course, disappointed to lose Brodie earlier than initially anticipated but full understand the decision made by Huddersfield.

    “Brodie made a real impact in his time here and gained valuable game time and experience, which has got him back into the Northern Ireland setup also.

    “I want to thank Huddersfield for their co-operation and sincerely wish Brodie the very best for the rest of the season.”

    The 19-year-old made 18 appearances this campaign and was a regular in Stuart Kettlewell’s starting lineups since his arrival.

    “I want to thank everyone at Motherwell for all the help and support during my time at the club,” Brodie Spencer added.

    “It’s been such a great experience and I believe I’m a better player for my time up in Scotland. I wish the club, the supporters and everyone involved all the best for the future.”

    We thank Brodie for his efforts in his time at Fir Park and wish him well for the future.

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    Hibernian 2-2 Motherwell

    Hibernian 2-2 Motherwell

    Motherwell went into the winter break with a 2-2 draw at Easter Road.

    Goals from Theo Bair and Bevis Mugabi had the Steelmen heading for three points but Elie Youan’s strike in stoppage time saw the game end in a draw.

    Hibs had most of the ball in the opening half-hour and took a deserved lead in the 28th minute.

    Youan and Tavares looked threatening on both wings with the former getting his reward as he cut in past McGinn and fired past Kelly.

    Hibs almost doubled their advantage when Christian Doidge spun inside the box but Liam Kelly was equal to his shot with a strong hand.

    Motherwell had failed to threaten the Hibs goal but a moment of magic from Mika Biereth and Theo Bair created an equaliser.

    A throw-in from the left found Biereth and his clever reverse pass found the onrushing Bair who made it three goals in his last two games.

    Moments later Callum Slattery nearly gave the visitors the lead as Harry Paton’s shot was beaten out by Marshall, straight at the Englishman but the ball rebounded off his knee and safely into the goalkeeper’s hands.

    From there neither goalkeeper was troubled as Motherwell soaked up pressure and looked to break on the counter attack but just lacked the final killer ball into space.

    In the 68th minute the Steelmen went ahead.

    Blair Spittal’s free-kick was headed as far as Stephen O’Donnell who headed the ball back into the danger area. His header found Mika Biereth who claimed his second assist of the game as Bevis Mugabi powered his header into the net.

    Hibs kept looking for a reply and nearly found one as substitute Lewis Stevenson saw his effort comes crashing off the bar.

    At that point it almost looked to be Motherwell’s day but as the game entered stoppage time the home side drew level.

    A harmless ball into the box wasn’t properly cleared and Elie Youan – via a deflection from Bevis Mugabi – fired into the net to claim what was probably a fair result but a frustrating one as Motherwell look to climb the table.

    ‘Well now go into the winter break and prepare to take on Alloa Athletic in the Scottish Cup with the action resumes.