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  • First team

    Get down to Fir Park this Saturday

  • Women

    Last chance to vote for the 2023/24 Women’s Player of the Year

  • First team

    Lennon Miller nominated for PFA young player of the year

  • First team

    Appealing red card decision for Jack Vale

  • First team

    Aberdeen 1 – 0 Motherwell

  • First team

    Stuart Kettlewell reacts to Aberdeen defeat

  • First team

    Theo Bair looks ahead to Aberdeen

  • First team

    Stuart Kettlewell previews Aberdeen

  • First team

    2024/25 Season Tickets now on sale

  • First team

    Kicking off the post-split fixtures

  • First team

    Get down to Fir Park this Saturday

    Get down to Fir Park this Saturday

    With four games remaining this season, we want to pick up as many points as possible as we look to finish as strongly as we can.

    We believe we have a better chance of achieving this when there is more fans backing us from the stands. Building strength in numbers.

    So, this Saturday, we’re offering season ticket holders the opportunity to bring a friend for a fiver for our match against Livingston.

    This offer will be in operation in the John Hunter, Davie Cooper and Phil O’Donnell stands.

    To take advantage of this offer, please follow the online steps below:

    • Visit our ticketing platform by clicking here
    • Sign-in
    • Select ‘All Events’ at the top right-hand side of the page and then ‘All Matches’
    • Select your seat.
    • Add ‘Bring a Friend’ ticket to your basket.
    • Complete the checkout process.

    Your additional ticket will be sent via email for you to pass to your chosen friend.  Alternatively, you can print at home.

  • Women

    Last chance to vote for the 2023/24 Women’s Player of the Year

    Last chance to vote for the 2023/24 Women’s Player of the Year

    Final opportunity for supporters to cast their vote for this season’s Women’s player of the year.

    The five nominees are:

    • Louisa Boyes
    • Amy Anderson
    • Jo Addie
    • Chelsie Watson
    • Bailey Collins

    To have your say, vote online now.

    Our end-of-season awards dinner will take place on Saturday 4 May at Dalziel Park Hotel.

    A number of awards will be up for grabs on the night recognising top performers across the first team, women’s team and the academy.

    Hosted by Tam Cowan, the night will consist of live entertainment, 3-course meal and will kick-off at 7pm with first-team players and coaching staff in attendance.

    Individual places are available at £72 per person with tables available in multiples of 10 or 12.

    To book, please call the events team on 01698 338 011 or online.

  • First team

    Lennon Miller nominated for PFA young player of the year

    Lennon Miller nominated for PFA young player of the year

    Lennon Miller has been nominated for the PFA young player of the year award. 

    In his breakthrough season, Miller started the campaign as a 16-year-old before turning 17 in August.

    Motherwell’s youngest ever player has made 27 appearances for the first-team this season, scoring twice and assisting on three occasions.

    Signing a new contract extension has rounded off a successful 12 months for Miller, whilst he has also made his Scotland Under 19 bow.

    The last Motherwell player to win this award was James McFadden back in 2003.

    “It’s a real honour to be nominated for this prestigious award,” Lennon Miller said.

    “I’ve just tried to keep my head down and show people what I can do on the pitch. So, to be recognised by my fellow professionals is a really nice feeling.

    “This has been a season of learning and developing for me. Making the step up to the first-team has been hard but I feel like I’ve coped.

    “I just want to continue producing and improving.”

  • First team

    Appealing red card decision for Jack Vale

    Appealing red card decision for Jack Vale

    We can confirm we have appealed the red card shown to Jack Vale on Saturday against Aberdeen. 

    The outcome of this appeal will be communicated in due course.

  • First team

    Aberdeen 1 – 0 Motherwell

    Aberdeen 1 – 0 Motherwell

    Ten-man Motherwell came away from Pittodrie empty-handed after a 1-0 defeat to Aberdeen.

    A closely-fought encounter in the Granite City ultimately edged in favour of the hosts following a decisive straight red card to Motherwell striker Jack Vale, with Aberdeen netting the opener immediately from the resulting free-kick.

    Keen to mathematically secure their Premiership status, the visitors started firmly on the front-foot and came close to capitalising on their early momentum within the opening phase of play. Dogged wing-play by Jack Vale enticed the overlapping Stephen O’Donnell but his low shot was diverted clear by the feet of Kelle Roos.

    Aberdeen responded with a chance of their own, as Junior Hoilett wrong-footed the Motherwell backline, cutting in off the left-wing, but the forward couldn’t apply the finishing touches from the curling right-footed attempt.

    Neither side could establish a rhythm as the first-half progressed, with both trading possession in either third of the pitch.

    Dons’ American midfielder Dante Polvara nearly gifted his side the opener shortly before the break, but his ambitious strike fizzed narrowly above the crossbar, ensuring both sides went into the half-time break goalless.

    The home side flooded the Motherwell penalty area within the opening minutes of the second-half, as Peter Leven’s side chased the opener and their efforts were almost rewarded, but for some heroics from Lennon Miller.

    Angus MacDonald pushed forward for a corner and executed a perfectly-struck volley which sailed beyond the reach of Kelly but Miller was on hand to head clear on the line.

    Moments later the game turned on its head as the Steelmen were reduced to ten-men. A cross-field ball sailed over Jack Vale’s shoulder and as he went to volley clear, Jack MacKenzie muscled into the close pocket of space catching the studs of Vale who initially made contact with the ball.

    Despite the adamant pleas of the Motherwell players, the referee dismissed the visitors claims, leaving Vale to head back to the dressing room.

    Things went from bad to worse from the resulting free-kick, as Aberdeen’s won a corner and Stefan Gartenmann headed home from a floated delivery across the face of goal.

    10-man Motherwell toiled in the second-half, with chances from Bair, Ebiye and Spittal all coming close, but the demand of playing against 11-men ultimately decided the contest, with Aberdeen retaining the three points.

  • First team

    Stuart Kettlewell reacts to Aberdeen defeat

    Stuart Kettlewell gives his thoughts after his side lost 1-0 at Pittodrie.

    • A game that changed on one decision
    • A harsh red card
    • Livingston next Saturday
  • First team

    Theo Bair looks ahead to Aberdeen

    Theo Bair has thrived for Motherwell this season and after being named in the PFA team of the season, he reckons these rewards are down to his teammates but also to the perfect environment created by manager Stuart Kettlewell. 

    The Canadian forward wants to earn a first win over Aberdeen this season as he feels they have taken too many points off his side in the cinch Premiership.

  • First team

    Stuart Kettlewell previews Aberdeen

    Stuart Kettlewell has made the target for these remaining five games in the cinch Premiership clear. He wants his side to finish 7th and achieve last season’s points total. 

    The season run-in begins this Saturday, against Aberdeen who Motherwell have failed to beat on three occasions. Kettlewell provided a squad update after a weekend with no game.

  • First team

    2024/25 Season Tickets now on sale

    Strength is often defined by a number of things in life.

    It can be how many times someone has got up after being knocked down. It can be continuing their journey, no matter the fear that falls on their shoulders.

    Football can be that escape. That beacon of hope. A time away from your thoughts. But it’s more than just the 90 minutes on a Saturday.

    It’s the build up during the week. The team news coming through. The pints with friends before the game. It’s a part of the community.

    A community of local restaurants. Of people working nine till five six days a week. Local businesses serving the community.

    But at the end of the good weeks. The bad weeks. The indifferent weeks. Is that walk up the Fir Park road.

    And while the world outside of football continues to become an ever growing struggle. The burden lifts when the referee blows that first whistle.

    With you by our side, the sky is the limit. We’re better. We’re harder. We’re stronger.

    And that is the true meaning of strength. Meshed together by emotion and passion. It’s strength in numbers.

    That’s why we have frozen all season ticket prices for the 2024/25 season.

    Season tickets for the 2024/25 season are now on sale. 

    You are able to renew or purchase your season ticket for the upcoming campaign here.

    Our Early Bird discount will end on 31st May 2024.

    Season ticket holders have until the 30th of June to secure their seat.


    If renewing, login to your ticketing account.

    You should then have a notification to ‘renew now’ on your profile.

    Then select ‘add to basket’ and follow the on screen instructions to complete the transaction.

    It’s easy to buy new. Head here to our online ticketing platform and then press ‘season tickets’.

    You’ll then be given the option to choose where in the stadium you would like to sit. From there, you can create yourself an account and then buy your season ticket for the 2024/25 campaign.

    Alternatively, call us on 01698 333333 or email tickets@motherwellfc.co.uk.


    We are introducing a digital Season Ticket for the 24/25 campaign.

    Existing season Ticket holders can continue to use their physical Season Ticket card but if you would like to change to a digital Season Ticket, you will need to select this option when purchasing your Season Ticket(s) and your physical card will become void.

    If you opt for the digital version, you will receive information by email on how to add your Season Ticket to your digital wallet after you have completed your purchase.

    There has been a small change to the age of pricing categories. Young adults will now be ages 14 to 17 and Juvenile will be 13 and under. This is to bring us in line with safeguarding regulations. 13 and under tickets must be purchased with an adult.


    Season ticket prices have been frozen this year, across the board.

    For those renewing their season ticket from 2023/24, concession tickets are for anyone aged 60 and over. For those buying new in 2024/25, it’s 65 and over.

    The over 60 concession is for those who currently have this price class, it won’t be valid for any renewing Adult season ticket holders who are now 60.

    In addition, concession prices also apply to full time students with a valid matriculation card.

    The Early Bird discount will end on Friday 31st May 2024. 


    Upgrade your experience and watch the match in stye with one of our renowned hospitality packages at a discounted price (Cat A – Celtic & Rangers).

    Centenary suite 91 Lounge Cooper box
    Pay bar Comp bar 2 x drinks
    Cat A £75 £105 N/A
    Cat B £49 £79 £49

    Centenary Suite, 91 Lounge and Cooper Box packages remain the same.

    Added Benefits

    • Discounted hospitality
    • Friend for £5 – bring a friend to at least one home match for £5 (decided by the club)
    • A free Junior ticket in the Davie Cooper stand with a full paying adult
    • Priority Cup Ticket Window – secure your seat for all home cup matches
    • Money off at the following outlets:
    Love to Travel Book a holiday in one of the 4 Love to Travel shops and receive free fast-track security through Glasgow Airport and half price lounge or parking at Glasgow Airport
    North Lanarkshire Council NL offers Motherwell Season Ticket holders a corporate rate on memberships for gyms, classes and pools at £29.99 per month. This is a 15% discount

    Corporate members can also choose one other adult to add to their membership at the same discounted price. To join select corporate membership : Join@home with North Lanarkshire Council (leisurecloud.net)

    Inspired Flooring 10% off sofas, furnishing and lighting. 15% off carpets and flooring (material only, not labour) – in store at the Motherwell showroom on Brandon Parade
    Tony Macaroni 25% off a la carte food on match days (Motherwell restaurant only)
    Village Blinds 20% off
    Topps Match Attax 10% discount code for topps.com (includes all cards and stickers to a maximum £15 discount – please phone 01698 333 333 to claim your code)
    Double Tree Hilton Strathclyde 8% discount off Best Available Rate at DoubleTree by Hilton Strathclyde
    Salt 10% off (not for alcohol and only available Sun-Thurs. Not in conjunction with any other offers)
    G&C Leggate Opticians 15% discount on complete spectacles or sunglasses in Motherwell shop
    Carluke Golf Club Visitor four ball for the discounted rate of £80 instead of £120 (Sunday to Friday and subject to tee time availability)
    Aroma Coffee Shop 10% off in Wishaw Coffee Shop
    Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen 20% off food only in the Hamilton restaurant (excludes Saturday)


    Motherwell Football Club Community Trust

    This season we are giving fans the option to donate to the club’s official charity: Motherwell FC Community Trust when they renew their season ticket.

    The Trust has is a registered charity and has no core income. Supporting the Trust in whatever way you can allows you to contribute to causes that resonate with your values and beliefs, while also making a tangible difference in the lives of those in need in our community.

    A recent UEFA Social Return on Investment report showed that the Trust benefits the local community to the sum of £13.64m each year. Your support can help support families who cannot provide for their children, adults experiencing tough times and allowing countless people a match day experience which will live with them for the rest of their lives.

    Additionally the Trust sits at the heart of what our great club is all about: community, empathy and support. If you can support us when you renew your season ticket we would be extremely grateful.

    Donation link.


    For £10 per year, payable alongside your season ticket, disabled supporters, both wheelchair and ambulant, will have access to away match tickets within disabled areas together with car parking, where available.

    Members are also invited to regular DSA meetings where they have the ability to raise any concerns that can be taken directly to the club.

    Money raised over the years from membership fees has gone back to the club to help fund audio equipment for match day commentary for those who are visually impaired, a new disabled toilet block and an extension to the wheelchair shelter.

    If you wish to join the MFCDSA, your £10 can be handed in to the ticket office.


    Read our 2024/25 season ticket brochure here.


    I think we can all say, if we take a moment to reflect on this season, it has seen us all experience a range of emotions.

    But thinking about next season gets me excited. It fills me with hope and a determination to get this club in the best possible shape going into it.

    There is loads to be optimistic about. We are beginning to see some stabilisation off the pitch at the club and that will almost certainly help myself and my staff as we get ready to tackle 2024/25.

    One of the proudest aspects of my job, is that I work for a club that looks after it’s own. The work we do in the community is something we should be very proud of, from mental health to supporting local children.

    But I’m also proud of every supporter. You really are a credit to the club. The colour. The noise. The numbers. Everything about you is and has been exceptional in my time here. There have been plenty moments when the mood has been low and the form has been poor, but that hasn’t detracted any of you from attending and giving us your full support.

    It’s something we talk about in the staff office all the time. It’s easy to pick out the good moments where you have shone brightly, but I remember in particular Ross County away last season where we let you down. Well out the game, three-and-a-half hours from home on a Wednesday night. But that didn’t affect any of you. You stayed, made yourself heard and sang right until the end.

    That support is invaluable, and I really mean that. I honestly believe without that continued backing, last season could have been very different.

    It might sound cliché but we are stronger together.

    So, it’s at this point I wish to thank everyone who has bought a ticket, bought a stream, became a Well Society member or supported us from afar. I really hope you can continue that support next season as we look to push further and seek to continually improve.

    You’re on this journey with us and we are stronger when we are together.

    Stuart Kettlewell



    I write these words having only held the position of Chief Executive for a few weeks, but in that short space of time, I have already been delighted to see the passion and loyalty from our supporters.

    Everyone knows this club is a Community Asset even more so as the majority shareholding is owned by the fans. Hopefully, we can improve the club’s links with our local community in partnership with the Well Society, our Community Trust and the fans…everyone can play a part all pulling in the same direction to grow/improve the Club on and off the pitch.

    My first match at Dundee is a perfect example of the loyalty and passion of our fans. With so much dubiety if the game would go ahead in the days leading up to the game, but that did not stop you travelling,  with 500 behind the goal, singing the team on to a wonderful comeback.

    I would like to thank the Executive Board and club staff for the warm welcome I have received since coming into post and over the coming weeks and months I look forward to meeting you, our fans.

    I understand the need to listen to the fans on so many aspects, especially on match days as you know it better than anyone. My email address is on the website (brian.caldwell@motherwellfc.co.uk) so feel free to drop me a line at any time with ideas, improvements, issues. I am a great believer in ‘if I don’t know I can’t fix it.’

    As I said in my first interview, my initial goal is to bring everyone together. We have a unique club filled with people who care deeply about it. From the Well Society and fanbase to the Executive Board and staff, we all want the same and that is the very best for this Football Club.

    The job excites me, and I can assure everyone, I may only have been here a short time but the planning for the long-term is well under way. Recruitment plans are in place as we look to improve ahead of next season. We want to get as competitive a team as possible on that pitch to fill you in the stands with a sense of pride watching them.

    I want to bring everyone together and as a fan-owned club, it’s vital that this includes you. You get a say in the big decisions, and I want to establish a healthy relationship with you all. Fan culture is so important.

    That is why I really hope that, if you are able to do so, you can support the team in any and every way you can.

    I look forward to seeing and meeting you all soon!

    Brian Caldwell

    Chief Executive


    We are offering the option of paying your season ticket through a standing order payment each month.

    There is the option to pay your season ticket over a maximum of six standing order payments directly to the club, with no interest payments or fees, providing full payment is made by December 2024.

    To set this standing order up, you must contact us directly and complete a form.

    Please call into the Ticket Office to arrange.


    If you haven’t already registered online and are a season ticket holder, you must activate your account.

    If you’re a season ticket holder looking to renew your season tickets and/or buy cup game tickets, you must activate your account before you can buy.

    To activate your account, select ‘sign in’ from the top right corner of the ticket page.

    Look for Have an existing account? Activate it now.

    Input your customer number and surname, then press ‘Find my account’.

    Verify your contact details, including an email you have access to, and create a password. Then, save your details. You’re in.


    If you wish to renew your season ticket, all you have to do is login to your online ticketing profile at the top right-hand side of the page.

    Once you have logged in, you should then have a notification to ‘renew now’.

    Then select ‘add to basket’ and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the transaction.


    It’s easy to do this. Head here and then press the profile icon in the top right.

    From here, select ‘create an account’ and fill out your personal details.

    Once completed, you will be sent an email with your customer number.

    You will be taken back to the homepage of the website where you then select ‘season tickets’.

    You’ll then be given the option to choose where in the stadium you would like to sit.

    Alternatively, call us on 01698 333333 or email .


    Where can I find my customer number?

    – Your customer number is at bottom of your season card on the left-hand side under your seat details.

    I can only see my season ticket renewal, but I have others with me. How do I buy their seat(s)?

    There is a guide here on how to add other season ticket holders to your network.

    What if I would like to move seat or stand?

    – Please renew your current seat and then contact the club on Monday 12th June to be relocated.

    Do I need a new season card? 
    – If your price class and seat details remain the same, you will use the same 22/23 season card. If your price class changes, for example Young Adult to an Adult ticket, or a change of seat, you will be issued with a new season card prior to the new season.

    Can I use both a digital season ticket and a physical card throughout the season?
    – You can only use a digital season card or a physical card. You cannot have both options.

    I have renewed/purchased a season ticket and asked for the digital season ticket, when do I get this?
    – We will email all digital season tickets ahead of the season starting, so please keep an eye on your emails.

    I have purchased more than 1 season ticket and we want them digital, how do we get the digital cards?
    – Each season ticket holder who has selected their digital season ticket will receive an email. If multiple season ticket holders have the same email address on their accounts, each season ticket will be emailed individually to that email.


    If you need assistance with using our online ticketing website, a guide can be found here.

    Alternatively, call us on 01698 333333 or email tickets@motherwellfc.co.uk.

  • First team

    Kicking off the post-split fixtures

    Kicking off the post-split fixtures

    Motherwell begin life post-split with a trip to Aberdeen on Saturday 27 April. 

    Kick off is 3pm at Pittodrie.

    How to follow the game
    Away Stand
    Adults £26
    Over 65s £20
    Over 75s £16
    Youth (18-21) £16
    Under 18 £12
    Under 12 £6

    Tickets are now on sale online.

    Postage will only be up until Tuesday 23 April

    If you are outside the UK, you can watch the game via Motherwell TV.

    Should you be in the UK, it will be commentary only.

    Kit Watch

    We will be wearing our home kit for this match.

    Injury Update

    Adam Devine, Callum Slattery, Harry Paton and Jon Obika will be missing for this match.

    Motherwell’s Fortunes

    Motherwell narrowly missed out on top-six football with a draw at home to Hibernian on match day 33.

    The result meant the Steelmen would finish in the bottom six this season and now look to finish the campaign strongly.

    With nine points separating 7th to 11th, every point is vital. The ‘Well have seen a turnaround in fortunes since the end of December, suffering three defeats in 14 matches, with two of those defeats coming against Hearts and Celtic.

    The other loss was at Fir Park against Aberdeen, in a match littered with controversy.

    Motherwell haven’t beaten Aberdeen in their last five attempts, but will take confidence from their most recent trip to Aberdeen where after being pegged back from three goals ahead, Harry Paton’s late finish was ruled out for a foul to prevent the three points.

    Opposition Report

    Aberdeen were in Scottish Cup semi final action on Saturday against Celtic. In a dramatic 120 minutes of football and a penalty shootout, Celtic advanced to the final after a 3-3 draw.

    Peter Leven has taken control of the last four league matches and the semi final tie at the weekend after Neil Warnock departed the club. In that time, he is unbeaten in the league with two draws and two wins. Wins over Motherwell and Ross County were followed by back-to-back stalemates against Dundee and Livingston.

    Their talisman, Bojan Miovski, continues to be the source of goals for Aberdeen. The North Macedonian netted against Celtic and also found the back of the net against Ross County taking his tally in all competitions this season to 24.