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Rivelate le nuove mascotte del Motherwell FC scelte a seguito di un contest(qui dettagli) che ha coinvolto oltre 1000 giovani tifosi delle scuole locali che hanno presentato proposte e votato il design finale ''Steelman'', realizzato da Freddie Hughes di 10 anni, e ''Raven Steel'', di Abbi Kilgour 7 anni,  che saranno presenti al Fir Park dal prossimo match di Domenica contro i Rangers.

L'iniziativa per sostituire le storiche mascotte, Claret & Amber, è stata lanciata lo scorso Dicembre(qui dettagli), a poche settimane dal passaggio ufficiale del club sotto il controllo dell'associazione di tifosi The Well Society(qui dettagli), ed ha coinvolto ragazzi e ragazze fino ai 16 anni nel realizzare i nuovi beniamini dei giovani tifosi.
Introducing the new mascot

Motherwell Football Club is delighted to announce our new mascot, “Steelman” after a club and MFC Community Trust competition that saw 1000’s of entries from the children of Lanarkshire and beyond.

Steelman will make his debut with his miniature assistant “Raven Steel” when we face Rangers here at Fir Park on Sunday (1.30pm Kick off). The children that designed each of our mascots were the first ever supporters to meet the new Motherwell heroes earlier today and were very excited about it. Abbi Kilgour (7) from Newmains designedRaven Steel Whilst Freddie Hughes (10) of Wishaw was the brains behind Steelman .

The winners will each receive a bundle of prizes including a kit and meeting the players for their efforts, whilst the schools of all those that entered the competition will be invited to a game this season as the guests of the Community Trust. Other runners up and winners of the age group categories will be announced shortly.

Marketing and Fan Engagement Manager Ryan Murrant said “This competition reached out to 1000’s of children across Lanarkshire and got them involved with the club. That was our aim alongside the community trust. It really did capture the imagination of the children and we are so pleased with the relevance of the winning designs, the back stories to them and we thank both Abbi and Freddie for what they have helped create for our supporters. There is a lot planned that we can do with these mascots on matchdays and beyond and we can’t wait to see them out and about on in the wider community promoting the club, the community trust and the Well Society”.

The new mascots can be seen around the ground on Sunday for the first time and will be at the club shop from 12.30pm-1pm to meet with supporters and to pose for pictures. Next week they will both be visiting the MFC Community Trust football camps to join in with the fun and games.

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