Motherwell Football Club are paying homage to the club's original colours when they played their first game in 1886.

Motherwell was formed through the merger of two local clubs, Glencairn and Alpha, on 17 May 1886. Their first match as Motherwell FC came six days later against Hamilton Academical, resulting in a 3-2 victory.

The blue kit was worn that day and the colours would be used predominantly from then until 1913, with some variants along the way, before they adopted their claret and amber.

Manufactured by Macron, this modern take on that kit brings a mainly blue kit, with an added claret, amber and white band across the chest. The shorts are blue with a white trim, with white socks with a blue trim.

Manufactured using M-Performance System fabric for increased comfort, breathability and moisture absorption. Shirts have embroidered "MFC" and Macron logo's across the upper chest area.

View the: Motherwell 2020-21 Macron Home Kit

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Comments (5)

  1. Hugh Dallas

Painfully poor effort

 
  1. MFC

Rip off of the Puma kit a few years ago, the collar is terrible

 
  1. Kitt

Motherwell & Macron have come out with some cracking kits over the last few years, this is another to add to the list.

 
  1. piegrim

More kids should emulate the beautiful simplicity of this shirt.

 
  1. Hearts are going down

Surprised at the negative comments here.. it’s classy looking shirt and a lot better than the Macron-made Hibs kits.

 
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