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  • First team

    St Johnstone ticket information

  • First team

    Get your tickets for Partick Thistle

  • First team

    Tickets on sale for trip to Hibernian

  • Club

    Our schedule for the week ahead

  • First team

    Tickets on sale for Hearts clash

  • Club

    Pete’s piano and shirt up for auction

  • First team

    Tickets on sale for Ross County

  • Club

    Player of the Year tickets on sale

  • Club

    Mixed Zone: Players react to Hamilton win

  • Club

    David Clarkson joins ‘Well academy

  • First team

    St Johnstone ticket information

    It’s two games in quick succession for Motherwell as St Johnstone visit Fir Park on Tuesday night.

    After the weekend draw with Partick Thistle, Stephen Robinson’s men are looking to extend their undefeated run at home in 2018.

    Tickets start at £19 for adults, £15 for concessions and £9 for juveniles.

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    Motherwell v St Johnstone

    Tuesday 6th February 2018
    7.45pm
    Fir Park
    Tickets on sale from the Fir Park Ticket Office or pay at the gate.

    Admission prices are as follows:

    ADULTS£23/£19
    CONCESSIONS£16/£15
    JUVENILES£12/£9
    FAMILY (1 ADULT + 1 JUNIOR)£29/£24
    • Cheaper price is for the John Hunter stand.
    • Concessions are applicable to 60 and over and full time students with a valid matriculation card.
    • Juveniles are applicable to aged 15 and under.
    • Away fans will be housed in the Phil O’Donnell main stand. Cash gates are in operation.
  • First team

    Get your tickets for Partick Thistle

    Motherwell are back in Ladbrokes Premiership action at home to Partick Thistle on Saturday.

    Stephen Robinson’s side are two wins from two at Fir Park in 2018, having seen off Hamilton Academical and Ross County earlier in January.

    After two away trips to Edinburgh, it’s back to home turf and a chance to see the team in action as they push for a spot in the top six.

    Adult prices start at just £19 for the big match, and don’t miss out on our family deal, where one adult and one child can go for as little as £23.

    To buy, visit the ticket office at Fir Park or pay at the gate on the day.


    Motherwell v Partick Thistle

    Saturday 3rd February 2018
    3pm
    Fir Park
    Tickets on sale from the Fir Park Ticket Office or pay at the gate

    Admission prices are as follows:

    ADULTS£23/£19
    CONCESSIONS£16/£15
    JUVENILES£12/£9
    FAMILY (1 ADULT + 1 JUNIOR)£29/£24
    • Cheaper price is for the John Hunter stand.
    • Concessions are applicable to 60 and over and full time students with a valid matriculation card.
    • Juveniles are applicable to aged 15 and under.
    • Away fans will be housed in the McEwan Fraser Legal South Stand. Cash gates are in operation.
  • First team

    Tickets on sale for trip to Hibernian

    Motherwell are back in action in the Ladbrokes Premiership on Wednesday as they head to the capital to face Hibernian. 

    Following consecutive 2-0 victories over Hamilton Academical and Ross County respectively, Stephen Robinson’s men headed to Edinburgh at the weekend and extended their unbeaten run with a 1-1 draw at Hearts.

    Travelling fans packed out their section at Tynecastle Park and your continued support at Easter Road is appreciated.

    Adult tickets cost £22 and concessions go for just £12.

    Tickets are available in advance from the ticket office at Fir Park. Tickets can also be bought outside Easter Road on the night of the game.


    Hibernian v Motherwell

    Wednesday 31st January 2018
    7.45pm
    Easter Road
    Tickets on sale from the Fir Park Ticket Office or pay at the ground

    Admission prices are as follows:

    ADULTS£22
    OVER 65s / UNDER 18 £12

  • Club

    Our schedule for the week ahead

    Motherwell Football Club is a busy place all week long, with community activities and great events going on as well as football matches.

    This is our schedule for the week ahead across the departments for the week beginning Monday, January 29. For more information on anything listed, click the relevant links or call the club on 01698 333333.

    Please note that many community-based activities are weather dependent.


    Monday, January 29

    Football

    Our under 20s are back in Development League action against Aberdeen. The game, which will be played at Brechin’s Glebe Park, kicks off at 2pm.

    Community

    Walking Football: Fir Park astro turf, 1-3pm

    Girls Development Centre: Fir Park astro turf, 3-5.30pm


    Tuesday, January 30

    Community

    Football Fans in Training: Fir Park astro turf, 11am-1pm


    Wednesday, January 31

    Football

    Motherwell travel to face Hibernian in the Ladbrokes Premiership. Kick off at Easter Road is at 7.45pm. Tickets can be purchased in cash outside the turnstiles.

    Admission prices are as follows:

    ADULTS£22
    OVER 65s / UNDER 18 £12

     

    Community

    Girls Development Centre: Fir Park astro turf, 3-5.30pm

    Muir Street After School Club: Muir Street Primary School, 3-4pm

    Dalziel After School Club: Dalziel High School, 5-6pm

    Fir Park Mini Steelkids: Fir Park astro turf, 5-6pm

    Lanark Mini SteelkidsLanark Grammar School, 6-7pm

    Fir Park Football Development Centre: Fir Park astro turf, 6-7pm and 7-8pm

    Lanark Football Development Centre: Lanark Grammar School, 7-8pm


    Thursday, February 1

    Community

    Muir Street After School Club: Muir Street Primary School, 3-4pm

    Dalziel After School Club: Dalziel High School, 5-6pm


    FridayFebruary 2

    Community

    Bellshill Mini Steelkids: Sir Matt Busby Centre, 4-5pm

    Bellshill Football Development CentreSir Matt Busby Centre, 5-6pm

    Fir Park Mini Steelkids: Fir Park astro turf, 6-7pm


    SaturdayFebruary 3

    Football

    The first team host Partick Thistle in the Ladbrokes Premiership. Kick off at Fir Park is at 3pm. Supporters can buy tickets in advance or on the gate.

    Admission prices are as follows:

    ADULTS£23/£19
    CONCESSIONS£16/£15
    JUVENILES£12/£9
    FAMILY (1 ADULT + 1 JUNIOR)£29/£24
    • Cheaper price is for the John Hunter stand.
    • Concessions are applicable to 60 and over and full time students with a valid matriculation card.
    • Juveniles are applicable to aged 15 and under.
    • Away fans will be housed in the McEwan Fraser Legal South Stand. Cash gates are in operation.
    • Motherwell fans who require ambulant or wheelchair access should contact Brian Davidson on 07428 225254 or tickets@mfcdsa.com. Fans must contact Brian by Wednesday night before the match.

    Community

    Fir Park Mini Steelkids: Fir Park astro turf, 9-10am and 10-11am

    Saturday Club, Fir Park astro turf, 12-1pm and 1-2pm


    Sunday, February 4

    No events planned.

  • First team

    Tickets on sale for Hearts clash

    Motherwell are back in action in the Ladbrokes Premiership on Saturday as they head to Tynecastle to take on Hearts. 

    Stephen Robinson’s men face their third game in a week, following consecutive 2-0 victories over Hamilton Academical and Ross County respectively.

    Thousands of fans braved the midweek cold to cheer on the Steelmen and we’d love to see you turn out in your numbers again for our trip to the capital.

    Adult tickets start at £19 and student prices start at just £14.

    Tickets are available in advance from the ticket office at Fir Park, or available over the phone. Call 01698 333333, and select option 2.

    Please note, tickets will not be available on the gate.

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    Hearts v Motherwell

    Saturday 27th January 2018
    3.00pm
    Tynecastle Park
    Tickets on sale from the Fir Park Ticket Office or by telephone.

    Admission prices are as follows:

    ADULTS£26/£19
    OVER 65s & STUDENTS£19/£14
    UNDER 18£15/£11
    UNDER 13£5

    Please note, tickets must be purchased in advance and won’t be available on the gate.

    The cheaper priced tickets are for the lower section of the stand. Students purchasing a match ticket must provide a valid matriculation card.

    Motherwell fans who require ambulant or wheelchair access should contact Brian Davidson on 07428 225254 or tickets@mfcdsa.com. Fans must contact Brian by Wednesday night before the match.

  • Club

    Pete’s piano and shirt up for auction

    After clocking up nearly four million views online, Peter Hartley’s signed shirt and piano from the popular #Pete6 social media campaign are being auctioned off for a local charity. 

    Following Hartley’s agreement to pen a permanent contract at Fir Park, the media team took inspiration from Manchester United’s video to announce the signing of Alexis Sanchez by creating a parody. That video has appeared on Sky Sports News, BBC Breakfast and many more.

    You can bid on the piano and shirt on eBay.

    All proceeds from the auction will go towards aiding Reeltime Music, a charity aiming to provide a range of quality services for disenfranchised young people and the local community in North Lanarkshire. They do this through the provision of affordable recording and rehearsal services, workshop and training provision, volunteering and partnership projects.

    By providing an informal service, music is a great way to break down barriers, learn new skills, increase aspirations and develop a more active lifestyle. By promoting an environment where young people can work with friendly, knowledgeable, trained staff to learn about things they want to learn, young people can learn about the value of creativity, growth and participation.

    We want to use the popularity of #Pete6 to do something for our local community. Our special “Pete” shirt used in the video, and the miniature piano used, are being auctioned off for the local North Lanarkshire charity Reeltime Music. The shirt is signed by Peter Hartley.

    All money raised, minus fees, will go to the charity.

    Please note the piano has a small crack down the back but is otherwise in good condition. Well, Peter Hartley did smash it on the ground…

  • First team

    Tickets on sale for Ross County

    Motherwell are back in action in the Ladbrokes Premiership on Wednesday night as Ross County travel to Fir Park.

    Stephen Robinson’s men returned after the winter break with a comprehensive victory over Hamilton Academical in the William Hill Scottish Cup and are looking to make it two wins from two in January.

    Over 4,000 ‘Well fans turned out to cheer the team to their win at the weekend. Your support means a lot to the team. We’d love to see you turn out in your numbers again for the visit of the Staggies.

    Adult tickets start at £19 and don’t forget our family deal, where one adult and one child aged under 15 can go together for just £24.

    Tickets are available in advance from the ticket office at Fir Park. Cash gates will also be in operation on the night.

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    Motherwell v Ross County

    Wednesday 24th January 2018
    7.45pm
    Fir Park
    Tickets on sale from the Fir Park Ticket Office or pay at the gate.

    Admission prices are as follows:

    ADULTS£23/£19
    CONCESSIONS£16/£15
    JUVENILES£12/£9
    FAMILY (1 ADULT + 1 JUNIOR)£29/£24

    The cheaper price is for the John Hunter stand. Concessions are applicable to 60 and over and full time students with a valid matriculation card. Juveniles are applicable to aged 15 and under.

    Away fans will be housed in the McEwan Fraser Legal South Stand. Cash gates are in operation.

    Motherwell fans who require ambulant or wheelchair access should contact Brian Davidson on 07428 225254 or tickets@mfcdsa.com.. Fans must contact Brian by Monday night before the match.

  • Club

    Player of the Year tickets on sale

    Tickets are now on sale for our 2017/18 Player of the Year awards dinner.

    This year’s event will take place on Saturday, April 7 at the Alona Hotel in Strathclyde Park.

    The first team squad and management team will be in attendance as we celebrate the campaign’s top performers and reflect on the memorable moments of the season.

    Included in the price of the ticket is a three-course meal, entertainment from our headline act Weekend Debt, and then the awards ceremony itself.

    Tickets are priced at £50 for adults and £20 for children. To book, buy online from our shop or call 01698 333333.

  • Club

    Mixed Zone: Players react to Hamilton win

    Motherwell got back to winning ways with a comfortable win over Hamilton Academical in the fourth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.

    Nadir Çiftçi, Craig Tanner and Steven Hammell gave their thoughts after the match.

    Craig Tanner: “I feel like we owed that to the fans. We had a little dip before the winter break.

    “The performance, particularly in the opening 10 minutes, showed the intent. We did it for the fans.”

    Nadir Çiftçi: “Hopefully we made them [the fans] proud and made them happy.

    “We are happy to be in the next round. It was a great performance from the boys.”

    Steven Hammell: “I don’t know if that will be my last game here but, if it is, I just want the fans to know ‘thanks’.

    “I just wanted to make sure I let them know what I think of them and the reception they gave me was brilliant.”

  • Club

    David Clarkson joins ‘Well academy

    David Clarkson is returning to Motherwell Football Club as the new head of the intermediate academy.

    The 32-year-old is retiring as a professional footballer to take up the role, having left St Mirren earlier in January.

    Clarkson will report to Stevie Hammell, who took up the post of academy director after the departure of Scott Leitch.

    “I’m really excited,” he said on his return. “I’ve been coaching for the last two years now in the academy with the under 15s.

    “It’s good now to take that wee step up and oversee the 13s to 16s, and work with Stevie Hammell.

    [pullquote]I hope to pass on experiences I’ve had coming through as a young kid, and playing at Motherwell as well.”[/pullquote]

    Clarkson started his football career at Motherwell, breaking into the first team in December 2002. After three substitute appearances, he scored within nine minutes of his first start against Partick Thistle in January 2003.

    After seven years with the club, he moved on to Bristol City, playing with them for three years before a switch to city rivals Bristol Rovers.

    He returned north in 2014 with Dundee, hitting the headlines after scoring eight goals in eight games. A short spell back at Motherwell followed, before his move to St Mirren.

    Clarkson also scored on his Scotland debut while he was a Motherwell player in 2008, netting in the away friendly against Czech Republic.

    “It’s great to have David back at the club,” said academy director Hammell.

    “When the position became available, it was an easy decision to make, especially given his experience with the academy so far.”