Added: Ondrea Salmeron - Date: 21.09.2021 18:59 - Views: 44264 - Clicks: 1507
For the season are playing their home matches at the Excelsior Stadium in Airdrie, North Lanarkshire. ly a separate entity known as Motherwell Ladies Football Club when the team was reformed in , they became an integral part of the professional Motherwell F. Reformed in , Motherwell Ladies had a fairly steady first season in the Scottish Woman's Football League 2nd Division, finishing third, but missed out on promotion as Mill United ran away with the title.
The Cups were a disappointment, going out at the first stage of both competitions. The team made an outstanding start, winning every single match during the first half of the season, scoring goals in 18 matches. In the same week, the Ladies won their first piece of silverware, beating Rangers Development side 2—6 at Spartan's Ainslie Park.
Returning from the summer break, the team picked up where they left off, beating Edinburgh South L. A host of ings were announced soon afterwards, with a of players with international experience ing the club including Emma Black , Suzanne Mulvey , Megan Burns and current Northern Ireland International Kerry Montgomery. Kilmarnock Ladies away from home Kilmarnock were subsequently rewarded with a win over Motherwell.
Motherwell would secure the SWPL 2 title with five games of the season remaining, having embarked on a run of 14 wins and a draw following their opening day result being overturned. The title win was the last act of the Wolecki Black regime, the Head Coach having left to take over the vacant managerial role at Celtic Ladies. Eddie would be replaced by Donald Jennow, who stepped up from his role as assistant to manage the team.
In addition to their excellent league form, 'Well have also progressed to the final of the Scottish Women's Cup. Goals from Burns, Montgomery and Russell handed the women of steel a famous win and secured a Scottish Cup Final appearance for the first time in 37 years, where they will take on Hibernian at Firhill on Sunday 4 November. For the season, Motherwell Ladies ed an agreement to play at the John Cumming Stadium in Carluke , but just before the season was about to begin, the Astro pitch was damaged by vandals.
For the —21 season, they are groundsharing at the Excelsior Stadium stadium in Airdrie, North Lanarkshire. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Football club. Home colours. Away colours. Scottish FA. Retrieved 24 June Sky Sports. Retrieved 3 August She Kicks. Retrieved 10 August Retrieved 1 November Retrieved 21 November Retrieved 23 June Motherwell FC.
Retrieved 29 August Retrieved 16 October Retrieved 4 November Carluke and Lanark Gazette. Retrieved 25 March The Herald. Retrieved 24 April Motherwell Football Club. Retrieved 19 July Motherwell F. Retrieved 12 July Motherwell fc. Retrieved 26 August Retrieved 16 July BBC Sport. Dalziel Park Fir Park. Dalziel Park. Lanarkshire derby Lanarkshire Cup. Records and statistics Head-to-head record.
Viking Thunder Clap All articles. Scottish Women's Premier League. Scottish Women's Premier League Cup. Managers Players Venues. : Motherwell L. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes file. Download as PDF Printable version. Excelsior Stadium , Airdrie. Stewart Hall and Willie Kinniburgh interim.
SWPL 1. SWPL 1 , 6th of 8. Club website. Nation Player 1. Eilidh Martin on loan from Rangers W. Laura McCartney on loan from Rangers W. Gillian Inglis Captain. Nation Player Olivia Potter on loan from Celtic Women.
Leanne Crichton. Paul Brownlie. Craig Slater. Conor O'Boyle.Ladies in Motherwell
email: [email protected] - phone:(496) 171-2408 x 1823
Motherwell FC Women