All new members are given a club vest.

In addition to this, certain items can be purchased from the club shop at certain windows as communicated by the clubs kit manager.

Items bought via the club shop are delivered centrally and distributed by the kit manager (and helpers).

Available Items


  • Regular and lightweight vests
  • Ladies Crop Tops
  • Hoodies
  • Short Sleeved T-Shirts
  • Long Sleeved Tops
  • Coaches wet Jackets and Bottoms


  • Hoodies
  • Regular Vests
  • Short Sleeved T-Shirts

How To Buy

  • For information about shop windows, contact Alan Robertson, Kit Manager.

Easy Fundraising

You can raise money for Motherwell AC as you shop online by registering with

easyfundraising is a shopping directory that features many top names, including Amazon, NEXT, Debenhams, John Lewis, HMV and more than 400 others.

All you need to do is visit Easy Fundraising and when you register, select Motherwell Athletics Club as the organisation you wish to support.

All you have to do is use the links on the easyfundraising site whenever you shop online and, at no extra cost to you, Motherwell AC will receive a donation of up to 15% from every purchase you make.

Discounts available to members

In addition to the above, membership of Motherwell AC gives members access to discounts at sport shops, physios and more.

Some of the places you can obtain a discount are

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    8 Mar (TBC) Jack Crawford 10K
    5 April Tom Scott 10 Miles
    1/8 May (TBC) Scottish National 5K
    17 May Monklands 5K
    19 June Brian Goodwin 10K
    1 Aug Drumpellier parkrun 5K
    16/23 Aug (TBC) Paisley 10K
    End Sept (TBC) Cumbernauld 10K
    4 October Great Scottish Run Half Marathon

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