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    Get dad our 1991 special whisky for Father’s Day

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    Suicide Prevention fans survey

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    Business Breakfast returns

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    Ross Tierney named in Republic of Ireland under 21s squad

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    A bike ride in aid of footballer’s mental health charity

  • First team

    Kelly & O’Donnell called up to Scotland squad

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    Donate to our Well In Scheme

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    Well In scheme returns

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    2022/23 Season Tickets now on sale

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    Vote for your 2021/22 goal of the season

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    Get dad our 1991 special whisky for Father’s Day

    Get dad our 1991 special whisky for Father’s Day

    Get the perfect Father’s Day gift with one of our limited edition 1991 Scottish Cup commemorative whisky bottles.

    To mark 30 years since our Hampden success, the 10-year-old single malt has been matured in American oak casks and has a perfect balance of fruit notes with hints of honey and vanilla with a light touch of peat smoke.

    There’s limited numbers left at the reduced price of £45, so get yours by buying online for click and collect from Fir Park.

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    Suicide Prevention fans survey

    Suicide Prevention fans survey

    Calling all supporters. Mental health and suicidal thoughts can affect anyone.

    There can be stigma attached to suicide and that means many people feel uncomfortable talking about it. We need to change that and encourage people to talk more openly about it to help save lives.

    As a community club, we are proud to work with Suicide Prevention North Lanarkshire to help raise awareness and offer our support to those who need it. Through this partnership, we help raise awareness by carrying the message on our strips, in our match programmes, through our social media and using pitch side helpline numbers.

    We need to help the partnership understand the impact that the campaign is having and to see how we can build and improve upon it. We all have a part to play in preventing the tragedy of suicide.

    Please take a couple of minutes to complete our short survey so we can help tackle suicide together. The survey is for people aged over 16 years old.

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    Business Breakfast returns

    Business Breakfast returns

    Our popular Business Breakfast will next take place on Thursday 16th June in the Millennium Suite at Fir Park.

    Hear from club partners G4 Claims, TCL and Suicide Prevention.

    Tickets cost just £10 per person. The price includes a breakfast roll, tea/coffee and orange juice.  The event starts at 8.30am and runs until 10am

    To book your place, email mhairi.daly@motherwellfc.co.ukbook online or call on 01698 338011.

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    Ross Tierney named in Republic of Ireland under 21s squad

    Ross Tierney named in Republic of Ireland under 21s squad

    Ross Tierney has been selected for Republic of Ireland’s under 21s. 

    The young attacking midfielder will once again represent his country as they look to qualify for the UEFA Under 21 Championship.

    Ireland are currently in third place in their group before this round of fixtures and four points behind leaders Italy.

    Ireland face off against Bosnia and Herzegovina on Friday 3 June at the Tallaght Stadium in Dublin.

    They then play Montenegro on Monday 6 June at the Tallaght Stadium before rounding off their qualifying campaign against current group leaders Italy on Tuesday 14 June away from home.

    The group winners will qualify for the Euros and the best runners up also qualify.

    Ireland are currently four points behind Netherlands who are, as it stands, the best runners-up.

    The nations who finish second place will enter a play-off round to determine the last four qualified teams.

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    A bike ride in aid of footballer’s mental health charity

    A bike ride in aid of footballer’s mental health charity

    A message from our main sponsor and health and wellbeing partner, Paycare.

    We’re calling on the community to show its support for a bike ride in aid of a mental health charity.

    Paycare is one of the main sponsors of The Kris Boyd Charity Ride, which will start at the Molineux and end more than 400 miles away four days later in Scotland, with all proceeds going to The Kris Boyd Charity.

    The challenge will begin on Wednesday 1st June, with riders stopping at Kris’ former clubs Nottingham Forest, Middlesbrough and Rangers, with an additional stop at Paycare-sponsored Motherwell FC before arriving at Kilmarnock FC on Saturday 4th June.

    The Kris Boyd Charity was set up by the former footballer to encourage more people to talk openly about their mental health. He was inspired by the tragic loss of his brother Scott, who sadly died by suicide in 2016.

    Event organiser Jim Bertram said:

    “Over lockdown, mental health became an issue for everyone so I wanted to do an event which helped those impacted. The Kris Boyd Charity seemed a natural choice as they support mental health and wellbeing.”

    Sally Bromley, Paycare’s Partnerships Engagement Officer, added:

    “We are delighted to sponsor the shirts and vans for the event and will be cheering on the riders at the start and finish lines.

    “The charity, and Jim’s aims with the bike ride, align perfectly with our mission of making the UK happier and healthier. We hope the community both in Wolverhampton and up in Scotland will wholeheartedly support the ride, donating whatever they’re able to and cheering the riders on, too.”

    To support the ride, simply visit justgiving.com/fundraising/kn2022

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    Kelly & O’Donnell called up to Scotland squad

    Kelly & O’Donnell called up to Scotland squad

    Motherwell pair Liam Kelly and Stephen O’Donnell have been called up by Scotland for the FIFA World Cup play-off match(es) and UEFA Nations League fixtures. 

    Scotland will take on Ukraine in the World Cup semi final play-off on Wednesday 1 June at Hampden.

    Should they progress, Steve Clarke’s side will then face Wales in the play-off final on Sunday 5 June at the Cardiff City Stadium.

    Scotland are also in Nations League action as they kick off their group matches against Armenia on Wednesday 8 June at Hampden.

    They then travel to Dublin on Saturday 11 June to face Republic of Ireland before a trip to Armenia three days later.

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    Donate to our Well In Scheme

    Donate to our Well In Scheme

    The Well In scheme, which was launched last summer to help families from low income and unemployed households watch their team, will continue in 2022/23.

    We are once again asking supporters who feel financially able to donate towards the scheme this year.

    Donations of any value are welcome, with 100% of the money going towards the purchase of season tickets. In return, the club will again match all donations to ensure as many season tickets as possible are made available to our community.

    To donate, please go to donate.motherwellfc.co.uk or alternatively you can call us on 01698 333333.

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    Well In scheme returns

    Well In scheme returns

    The Well In scheme, which was launched last summer to help families from low income and unemployed households continue to watch their team, will return again in 2022/23.

    Beyond the challenges of Covid-19 and the recent energy and cost of living pressures, our area also faces economic issues in normal times. Our unemployment rate is higher than the Scottish and British average, and many other families and individuals are surviving on low incomes.

    In the 1980s and early 1990s, our town was going through another crisis with high unemployment. Then, the club, the fans and local businesses rallied around to help people receive free tickets for matches. We displayed our community spirit and care for each other, ensuring people remained part of our family and stayed in contact with people, while they tried to get back on their feet.

    Last summer, ‘Well fans, known for their generosity in all our charitable collections, got behind the idea and donated around £60,000. After match funding, that led to almost 750 people in the local area being able to watch their team when circumstances may had prevented them.

    We are once asking supporters who feel financially able to donate towards the scheme this year.

    All donations of any value are welcome, with 100% of the money going towards the purchase of season tickets. In return, the club will again match all donations to ensure as many season tickets as possible are made available to our community.

    To donate, please go to donate.motherwellfc.co.uk or alternatively you can call us on 01698 333333.

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    2022/23 Season Tickets now on sale

    Season tickets for the 2022/23 campaign are now on sale.

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

    2021/22 saw a record number of you commit to getting behind the team and committing to a season ticket. The club are, as ever, hugely appreciative of your support.

    Following a top-six finish and confirmation of our first-ever adventure in the UEFA Europa Conference League, a season ticket will not only guarantee you priority tickets, should they be limited, but also a discount on our first European match at Fir Park in a few months.

    Our popular WELLevate scheme for free junior season tickets and our Well In scheme, providing free season tickets for the unemployed, will also be continued in 2022/23.

    Get your 2022/23 season ticket now

    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 2022/23 campaign.

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

    What’s different this year

    We’ve made a few changes to our pricing categories.

    We have switched our Junior ticket so that you qualify if you are 11 and under. At the same time, we are expanding our discount offering on the Young Adult category to now include everyone from ages 12 through 17.

    The other change is that we are increasing our concession ticket age group, bringing us into line with the rest of the Scottish Premiership clubs, to age 65 and over. However, any renewing season ticket holder currently aged 59 to 64 will continue to enjoy a concession discount until they reach the age of 65.

    We are extending the option to pay your season ticket over a maximum of six standing order payments directly to the club, with no interest payments of fees, providing full payment is made by December 2022.

    Prices

    For those renewing their season ticket from 2021/22, concession tickets are for anyone aged 59 and over. For those buying new in 2022/23, it’s 65 and over.

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

    The Early Bird discount will end on Friday 17th June 2022.

    Read our brochure

    Read our 2022/23 season ticket brochure here.

    A message from the Chairman

    First off, I want to thank you for your interest in purchasing a season ticket for the 2022/23 campaign.

    Fir Park has always been a home from home for me, I’ve spent the last sixty years of my life coming to this ground, making memories, enjoying magical moments and, too often, dealing with despair. It makes football what it is.

    This year we again ask you to help underpin the financial health of Motherwell FC by renewing your season ticket for the forthcoming campaign. I very much hope you will continue to do so with the same unwavering loyalty and generosity that Motherwell fans have demonstrated across the decades, but particularly so in the last few challenging years.

    Our aim is to always do the right thing by you, our supporters and that was particularly true during the Covid-19 crisis. We stood by our promise to roll over season tickets from the ‘behind closed doors’ 2020-21 campaign, into the current 2021-2022 season.

    That, together with our Well In scheme, which was backed so fantastically by other ‘Well fans and helped 750 supporters attend matches when they otherwise wouldn’t have been able to follow the team, combined to give us almost 5,700 season ticket holders. Our best total by some distance.

    As we emerge from the pandemic, we do appreciate life is tough and pressures still exist. We’ve tried to make this season ticket easier and more flexible than ever to buy by increasing the option to spread interest free payments. But what is very true is that we need you now more than perhaps any time in our history.

    Motherwell FC is fully fan-owned and therefore, fully fan-funded. Our determination to compete, our attempts to recruit the best players to maintain a challenge for the top-six and European football, our dedication to maintain our academy at elite status our willingness to continue to improve our facilities, depends entirely on your support and backing. We literally couldn’t do any of those things without you.

    Clubs often say that season ticket holders are the lifeblood of the club. As a fan-owned club, that really is true.

    For our part, the club will continue to examine new ways of generating additional revenue streams and look at ways to streamline costs and make the club more efficient. We will roll these out over the coming months.

    But this needs to be done whilst remaining competitive in what is probably the most challenging top league in Scotland for decades.  It is not an easy balance to get right, but it is essential that we do. Our club only works properly and with a chance of success when all the component parts – fans, owners, playing and coaching staff, the management team and the board – work in unison.

    We have done that so well since the transition to fan ownership and I once again ask you to come with us on the journey for 2022/2023.

    Thanks

    Jim McMahon
    Chairman

    WELLevate scheme

    We are delighted to continue our WELLevate offer, which has been running now for a decade.

    Any Adult or Senior Citizen Concession ticket can claim one free Junior ticket in the John Hunter Stand and Phil O’Donnell Stand and up to two in the Davie Cooper Stand.

    We are making one small adjustment to the offering this season. On several occasions during the 2021/22 campaign, we have been unable to sell matchday tickets in the John Hunter Stand, with it being effectively ‘sold out’, despite a significant amount of seats lying empty, the majority of which are non-attending WELLevate tickets.

    In order to try and avoid that, we are asking anyone wishing to take advantage of the scheme to do so at the point of renewing / purchasing and not on an ad-hoc basis during the campaign.

    Pay by Standing Order

    We are offering the option of paying for 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 of fees, providing full payment is made by December 2022.

    To set this standing order up, you must contact us directly.

    We are available on 01698 333333 or email tickets@motherwellfc.co.uk.

    Activating your online account

    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.

    I am renewing

    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 done this, you will be taken back to the main page.

    Select ‘season tickets’ at the top right. You should then have a notification to ‘renew now’.

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

    Due to alterations of prices, there will be a wait before your season ticket card is sent to you directly.

    I didn’t have a 2021/22 season ticket and I want to buy one

    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 tickets@motherwellfc.co.uk.

    The Well In scheme

    The Well In scheme, which was launched last summer to help families from low income and unemployed households continue to watch their team, will return again in 2022.

    After matched funding, that led to almost 750 people in the local area being able to watch their team when circumstances may had prevented them.

    We are once asking supporters who feel financially able to donate towards the scheme this year.

    To donate, please go to donate.motherwellfc.co.uk or alternatively you can call us on 01698 333333.

    Need Help?

    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.

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    Vote for your 2021/22 goal of the season

    It’s time to vote for your Motherwell FC goal of the season for 2021/22.

    The choices are viewable on the video above, and are as follows:

    • A | Callum Slattery v Ross County
    • B | Kevin van Veen v Aberdeen
    • C | Dean Cornelius v St Johnstone
    • D | Kevin van Veen v Livingston
    • E | Jordan Roberts v Ross County
    • F | Liam Donnelly v Morton
    • G| Ross Tierney v St Mirren
    • H | Kevin van Veen v St Johnstone
    • I | Connor Shields v St Mirren
    • J | Callum Slattery v Livingston

    Choose yours by voting in our poll here.