Motherwell F.C.
Scotland Scotland
Next Match
13 Jul Saturday - ROUND 0
Team Overview

Motherwell Football Club, based in North Lanarkshire, Scotland, has a rich history dating back to its formation in 1886. The club's home venue is Fir Park, a stadium with a capacity of around 13,750 spectators. Known as "The Steelmen," Motherwell earned this nickname due to the town's historical association with the steel industry. Over the years, Motherwell has had its fair share of success. The club has won the Scottish Cup twice, in 1952 and 1991, and has been runners-up on four occasions. In the league, Motherwell has finished as high as second place in the Scottish top flight, achieving this feat in the 1932-33 season. The club has also had notable European campaigns, including reaching the UEFA Cup quarter-finals in the 1991-92 season. Motherwell's commitment to developing young talent is worth mentioning. The club has a renowned youth academy that has produced several players who have gone on to have successful careers in Scottish football and beyond.

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Location
Scotland
Stadium
Fir Park
Capacity
13,742
Leagues
Scottish Premiership
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Squad
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Coach
Stuart Kettlewell 
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