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    Important season card information

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    Season ticket sales up year-on-year

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    Remembering Paul McGrillen

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    Motherwell partner with British Heart Foundation

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    Motherwell partner with First Vehicle Leasing

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    Alan Burrows reappointed to SPFL board

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    Sponsorless shirts as Paddy Power become main sponsor

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    Robinson and Lasley sign new contracts

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    Seasonal hospitality on sale

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    Paycare extend partnership

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    Important season card information

    Important season card information

    If you’ve renewed your season ticket for the 2019/20 season, the majority of supporters should retain their cards from last year to use again this campaign.

    When you renewed, you will have been informed whether a new card was required. If you weren’t, then your season ticket for 2019/20 will have been loaded on to your existing card.

    If your status changed – for example you moved to an under 16s ticket to an adult one, or from an adult ticket to an over 60s ticket – you should have been issued a new card.

    Please also note that all kids aged 15 and under with season tickets were reissued with new cards.

    If you have not been issued a new card when you believe you should, please email tickets@motherwellfc.co.uk immediately, or call 01698 333333 between 9am and 5pm Monday to Thursday, and 9am and 4pm on Fridays.

    You can also get in touch with us by direct message on Facebook or Twitter.

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    Season ticket sales up year-on-year

    Season ticket sales up year-on-year

    With just two days to go until our league home opener, we’re delighted to announce our season ticket numbers have increased year-on-year.

    Compared to the same day in 2018, the number of fans who have committed for the campaign is now higher today by a comfortable margin.

    We are now very close to breaking through the 4,000 season ticket holder mark. It would be incredible if you got your ticket now to swell our numbers ahead of the visit of Celtic on Saturday lunchtime.

    Remember, every adult and concession season ticket purchased means you can bring up to two children aged 15 or under for free all season long. They’ll get their own season card and designated seat, as they join you in supporting the ‘Well.

    If you’ve yet to renew your seat from last year, we’re holding your seat for you. Just head to tickets.motherwellfc.co.uk, login to your account and you will see an offer to renew your seat displayed. From there, just check everything is correct and then go through the process to secure your ticket.

    If you’re thinking of buying new, that’s great to hear. It’s really easy to get yours. Just head to tickets.motherwellfc.co.uk, click season tickets and then choose your seat(s).

    If you would rather, you can visit the ticket office between 9am and 5pm Monday to Thursday, 9am until 4pm on Fridays and from 10am on Saturday. You can also call us on 01698 333333 during those hours to speak to one of our staff.

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    Remembering Paul McGrillen

    Ten years ago, Paul McGrillen took his own life.

    The former Motherwell player left behind wife Michelle, children Joshua and Chloe, and a devastated wider family.

    To mark the anniversary of his death, the family are walking Tinto Hill on Saturday, 3 August. As well as remembering Paul, they also aim to raise money for SAMH, Scotland’s mental health charity.

    You can donate to the family’s fundraising efforts for SAMH here. There is also further information on the walk available here.

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    Motherwell partner with British Heart Foundation

    Motherwell partner with British Heart Foundation

    Motherwell Football Club are delighted to announce British Heart Foundation (BHF) Scotland as our official shorts sponsor for the first team.

    The BHF was set up in 1961 and is the biggest independent funder of research into heart and circulatory diseases.

    Heart and circulatory diseases cause around three in 10 (30 per cent) of all deaths in Scotland. That’s nearly 50 people per day, or 1,440 per month.

    Their cause is hugely important to our football club. We lost our captain, Phil O’Donnell, to heart failure in 2007. Heart diseases also affect many in our community.

    Since the BHF was established, the annual number of heart and circulatory deaths in Scotland has fallen by half. Advances in research have saved and improved millions of lives.

    But heart diseases, strokes, vascular dementia and their risk factors, such as diabetes, still cause heartbreak on every street. BHF’s vision is a world free from the fear of heart and circulatory diseases.

    BHF Scotland is currently funding £66m of research into heart and circulatory disease across Scotland, including at its Centres of Research Excellence in Glasgow and Edinburgh. They also fund research at universities in St Andrews, Dundee and Aberdeen.

    “We are absolutely delighted to be working alongside Motherwell Football Club,” James Cant, BHF Scotland director, said.

    “The club has a fantastic fan base and plays a hugely positive role in the local community. This partnership will help us raise awareness of the importance of tackling heart and circulatory diseases.

    “Every year in Scotland around 17,000 lives are lost to these conditions. That’s more than the capacity of Fir Park.

    “We want this to change. We have made phenomenal progress over the years but we’re determined to do more.

    “Here in Scotland, we are currently funding £66m of research spearheaded by our pioneering scientists, including at our Centres of Research Excellence in Glasgow and Edinburgh. That’s made possible thanks to the generous support of the public.

    “It’s a wonderful opportunity to be able to link up with Motherwell FC and we look forward to working together to help beat heartbreak forever.“

    Suzanne Reid, head of commercial and marketing at Motherwell FC, added: “We are absolutely thrilled to be partnering with BHF Scotland, a cause very close to our club.

    “We are looking forward to promoting their cause, and making sure we can work together to help towards their goal of eradicating heart diseases.”

    The BHF’s goal is to beat heart and circulatory diseases forever. Text GOAL to 70123 to donate £3 to help fund life saving research.

    *You will be charged £3. British Heart Foundation will receive 100% of this charge. You will also be charged one message at your standard network rate by your network provider.

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    Motherwell partner with First Vehicle Leasing

    Motherwell partner with First Vehicle Leasing

    We’re delighted to extend our partnership with First Vehicle Leasing (FVL) for the next two seasons.

    FVL’s aim is to provide the best car leasing solutions and unbeatable service for customers across the UK. From Fiats to Ferraris, they can supply any make or model, with affordable monthly rental agreements to suit every budget.

    With almost 20 years’ experience, FVL are industry experts and work with leading finance companies to offer low prices and flexible mileage options to suit.

    You can choose from their wide range of in-stock vehicles, or have yours made to order and delivered to your door.

    To find your perfect car, visit FVL today at firstvehicleleasing.co.uk/car-leasing.

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    Alan Burrows reappointed to SPFL board

    Alan Burrows reappointed to SPFL board

    Motherwell chief executive Alan Burrows has been reappointed to the board of the Scottish Professional Football League.

    Alan is the only club representative who will remain on the board. Peter Lawwell (Celtic), John Nelms (Dundee), Warren Hawke (Morton), Martin Ritchie (Falkirk) and Iain Dougan (Stranraer) have been replaced by Stewart Robertson (Rangers), Les Gray (Hamilton), Ross McArthur (Dunfermline), Graham Peterkin (Ayr) and Ken Ferguson (Brechin).

    “I’m honoured to be once again voted on by our fellow Premiership clubs to the SPFL board,” Burrows said.

    “Last year was a real learning curve for me and I hope my experience over the last 12 months can help me better serve the clubs and the game in Scotland.

    “I am passionate about Scottish football and even more so about improving it and look forward to working with my colleagues at other clubs, together with the SPFL executive, in doing that.”

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    Sponsorless shirts as Paddy Power become main sponsor

    Sponsorless shirts as Paddy Power become main sponsor

    Motherwell Football Club will wear sponsorless jerseys in the 2019/20 season, thanks to Paddy Power coming on board as our main sponsor.

    We’re now part of the betting firm’s Save Our Shirt campaign, dedicated to removing sponsor logos from the front of jerseys.

    Having launched the campaign with Huddersfield Town last week, our club is the next to benefit from the initiative. The front of both our home and away jerseys will be sponsor-free for the duration of the season.

    The deal with Paddy Power is the largest in Motherwell FC’s history, and it is a massive boost to the club to be linking up with such a prominent and innovative brand.

    Our 2019/20 home kit is now available to buy online or in store.

    “We’re delighted to be associated with Paddy Power’s Save Our Shirt campaign,” Motherwell chairman Jim McMahon said.

    “This partnership represents our biggest shirt sponsorship in history, and the chance to team up with a renowned brand. It’s a fantastic achievement by our commercial team to get them on board.

    “Paddy Power are forward thinking and innovative, and it is a mark of how our fan-owned club is perceived in the world that we were able to attract such a high-calibre partner.

    “We thank them for their support and look forward to working with them over the course of the season.”

    Paddy Power will also be our official gaming partner for the 2019/20 season.

    Spokesman Paddy Power said: “Motherwell are the second club to join the Save Our Shirt campaign, which sees us give something back to the fans – namely, their shirt.

    “We’re delighted that The Well are joining in the fun for the upcoming campaign and we’ve been impressed with their ability to keep their involvement top secret, despite all the noise of the past week.

    “We’ve been planning this with them for months, and it feels great to finally unveil their involvement and their beautiful home and away kits for next season.”

    “We know our place, and it’s not on your shirt.”

    For more information on the Save Our Shirt campaign, go to saveourshirt.co.uk.

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    Robinson and Lasley sign new contracts

    Robinson and Lasley sign new contracts

    Stephen Robinson and Keith Lasley have agreed new contracts with Motherwell Football Club.

    The management team have signed until 2022, adding two years to their respective deals, which were due to expire at the conclusion of the 2019/20 season.

    Under their guidance, the club has reached both the Scottish and Betfred Cup finals, as well as narrowly missing out on the top-six in each of the last two seasons.

    The club has also generated significant revenue in player sales through players developed through their coaching, as well as progressing a significant number of players from the youth academy to regular first team football.

    “The board is delighted both Stephen and Keith have extended their contracts at the club,” Motherwell FC chairman Jim McMahon said.

    “We set clear targets for the management of our football club. Firstly, we ask them to put out a competitive team on the park every weekend.

    “We also ask that the to recruit and improve players, and marry that with developing and progressing our own young talent from the academy into the first team.

    “Effective player trading is also a big part of any football club. But for our fan-owned and fan-funded club, it is vital.

    “Both of them have pushed tirelessly to achieve those goals and we are delighted with what they have accomplished so far.

    “They have created a true culture at our club of hard work and continual improvement, an ethic that is evident in everyone they come into contact with.

    “We are excited to work closely with them as they continue their efforts for the betterment of Motherwell Football Club going forward.”

    Since his appointment in March 2017, Robinson has taken charge of over 100 games as Motherwell boss. He was joined in the dugout by Lasley in the summer of 2017, with the former ‘Well player retiring after 481 matches as a player.

    In the 2018/19 season, 8,181 minutes were given to players aged under 21 produced by the club’s academy, more than any other club in the Ladbrokes Premiership.

    “I’m delighted to have committed my future to the club,” said Robinson.

    “The club have been very good with me and we all feel we can keep pushing the club forward.

    “We work within certain parameters, but we feel we have had relative success in achieving our goals. I’m delighted to be staying.”

    Assistant manager Lasley added: “I’m obviously very happy to be continuing with the club. I’ve had a long association with Motherwell and I’m delighted to be able to continue working here.

    “I’ve learned a lot with the manager as I continue my development as a coach, and I’m grateful for the opportunity.”

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    Seasonal hospitality on sale

    Seasonal hospitality on sale

    How about a season ticket watching Motherwell and enjoying our great hospitality lounges as part of the deal?

    Our seasonal hospitality packages are available for the 2019/20 Ladbrokes Premiership campaign, with a host of different packages on offer.

    The Centenary Suite

    Our premium lounge, the Centenary Suite provides you with a three-course meal before every match at Fir Park, your own padded seat in our Phil O’Donnell Stand to watch the game, and half-time refreshments with tea and coffee.

    What’s more, you can have your drinks paid for in advance with our inclusive bar package for £2,190 per person for the season, or choose to pay for your drinks on the day at the price of £1,420 per person for the season.

    For more information, head to our hospitality page, call us on 01698 333333 or email hospitality@motherwellfc.co.uk.

    The Millennium Suite

    Our other hospitality offering in our Phil O’Donnell Stand is our Millennium Suite, offering you snacks on arrival and prior to kick-off, as well as a free bar one hour before and after the game.

    With half-time refreshments also on offer, as well as your own designated comfortable seat in the Director’s Box, it’s another great way to see the ‘Well.

    Priced at £1,350 per person for the season, or £1,060 for concessions, it’s another popular option.

    For more information, head to our hospitality page, call us on 01698 333333 or email hospitality@motherwellfc.co.uk.

    South Stand boxes

    Want to watch the games from the comfort of your own glass-fronted box for the campaign? Our South Stand Boxes provide our top experience for doing just that, giving you the opportunity to bring along clients and employees to games at your choice, or however you see fit.

    With fully inclusive drinks from two hours before the game, a three-course meal from the comfort of your box, armchair seating and half-time refreshments, it’s a luxury way to see our Ladbrokes Premiership games for just £2,300 per person for the season.

    For more information, head to our hospitality page, call us on 01698 333333 or email hospitality@motherwellfc.co.uk.

    Bois Club

    Our glass-fronted boxes in our South Stand also offer the comfort of watching the game from a great indoor vantage point with our Bois Club package.

    Priced at £1,615 per person for the season, you’ll arrive 90 minutes before kick off to be greeted with a hot, one-course buffet served with free drinks.

    You’ll then see the game from your own padded seat in the box, followed by half-time pies and then free drinks for one hour after the game.

    For more information, head to our hospitality page, call us on 01698 333333 or email hospitality@motherwellfc.co.uk.

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    Paycare extend partnership

    Paycare extend partnership

    Motherwell Football Club is delighted to announce the extension of its partnership with English-based health cash plan provider Paycare.

    Paycare are a leading not-for-profit organisation which provides cashback on everyday healthcare costs, as well as wider mental, financial and physical support.

    Having been the club’s shorts sponsor last campaign, they have now signed up to become a back of shirt partner for 2019/20 and 2020/21, as well as continuing as our health and wellbeing partner.

    “We are really delighted to be able to not only extend our sponsorship of the ‘Well but enhance it to become a back of shirt partner,” Kevin Rogers, chief executive of Paycare, said.

    “We always enter into partnerships with a long-term view and our first year with this amazing club has been an absolute pleasure.

    “We have met some fantastic people, both fans and staff, within the club. I am really pleased that we have managed to encourage an ever-growing number of Steelmen fans south of the border.

    “As the Scottish Premiership’s only fully fan-owned club, paired with its community ethos, works perfectly with our drive to make a positive difference to the communities that we serve. Our ongoing partnership was an easy decision to make.”

    Suzanne Reid, head of commercial and marketing at Motherwell FC, added: “We’re delighted to be expanding our partnership with Paycare to see them become a back of shirt partner.

    “Paycare share our ambitions and values, and we’ve already enjoyed a lot of success since our partnership began in 2018.

    “We look forward to building on our special relationship and thank them very much for their continued support.”

    Paycare dates back to 1874 in Wolverhampton and was set up by the foremen of some of the city’s largest factories in a bid to protect their employees from crippling medical bills, and growing to become a leading provider in the UK.

    It works with families, businesses and individuals to provide cashback on services from physiotherapy, reflexology and chiropody, to optical, dental, and vaccinations.

    Also available is wider inclusive support such as a confidential counselling and support service, GP 24/7 app, Paycare Perks – an exclusive online discount platform – and Paycare Partners, which is a dedicated signposting service.

    As a not-for-profit, Paycare has shared over £2.2m to-date with charities, causes and initiatives UK-wide by donating every spare penny not spent on enhancing its services to policyholders – seeing its stakeholders making a positive difference to their local communities.