Gordon Strachan targets a big win away from home in World Cup qualifying, and thinks Slovakia could be the one...

The opening game finished as a 1–1 draw with Kilmarnock, with Killie's Kevin Kyle scoring the first goal, and Dennis Wyness equalising. St Mirren's first notable win at the new stadium came on 7 March 2009 in a 1–0 victory over Celtic in the Homecoming Scottish Cup Quarter Final.[citation needed]

As he prepares to retire from playing, St Mirren's Steven Thompson looks back on his career with Jonathan Sutherland.

By James Hunter at East End Park Allan McManus took charge of the side today and while disappointed… [more]

Tommy Craig's career suggests he may be a better coach than manager, argues Richard Wilson.

The club's home ground since 2009 is St Mirren Park, an 8,023[1] capacity all seater ground on Greenhill Road, Paisley. The club's former ground from 1894 until 2009 was also called St Mirren Park, but was more commonly known as Love Street.

The St Mirren Under-20 side will be looking to get back on track this evening as they head north-east to face their counterparts from Dundee United. The SPFL Development League encounter on Monday 19th September between the young Buddies and Terrors will take place at Tannadice Park. The match will kick-off at 6:00pm. The referee for [...]

By James Hunter at East End Park St Mirren were left disappointed after being on the losing end of a… [more]

St Mirren in the Community would like to remind parents of changes to the community football classes timetable due to the upcoming holiday weekend. In addition to the classes at Gryffe High School and Rashielea Primary School on Friday 23rd September and the classes at St Paul’s Primary School on Monday 26th September all being cancelled due to the holiday, [...]

The club originally wore scarlet and blue strips, but after one season changed to the current black and white striped shirts, which have been worn every season bar one in the 1900s, when cream tops were used.

Livingston host Welsh Premier League leaders The New Saints in the last eight of the Irn Bru Cup.

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St Mirren Football Club is a Scottish professional football club based in Paisley, Renfrewshire, founded in 1877. The team plays in the Scottish Championship, having been relegated from the Scottish Premiership in 2014–15. The team has two nicknames, the "Buddies" and the "Saints".

BBC Scotland gives a rundown of the arrivals and departures during summer 2015 in the Scottish Championship.

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Former Aberdeen defender John McMaster gives his take on how Sir Alex Ferguson became a management guru.

Over the upcoming October Week school holiday the Street Stuff team will be running sessions from Monday 17th October to Friday 21st October. The sessions provide young people aged between 10 and 18 with a range of FREE activities including Street Football with coaches from St Mirren Football Club, dance lessons and access to the youth [...]

A semi-final greater than the sum of its parts as Rangers host St Mirren in the Petrofac Training Cup.

The 1890 season was an historic season for St Mirren, as they became founder members of the Scottish Football League along with fellow Paisley club Abercorn. Of the 11[2] founder clubs, only 4 survive[3] in the current league system. It was during the match against Morton at Cappielow in this year, that St Mirren played one of the first night games under light from oil lamps.

St Mirren have won the Scottish Cup three times – 1926, 1959 and 1987 – and the Scottish League Cup in 2013. The club has played in European competition four times: UEFA Cup Winners' Cup in 1987–88 and the UEFA Cup in 1980–81, 1983–84 and 1985–86.

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St Mirren in the Community are now taking bookings for the upcoming October Week Holiday Football Camps. The Camps will run over the school October Week holiday at the club’s exclusive Carbrini@JD Airdome from Monday 17th October to Friday 21st October. There will be camps for 3 to 5 year olds and 6 to 12 [...]

Away tops are traditionally red or all black, but in some cases strips have varied from orange to light blue, as seen on this season's 2010–11 strip. From 2007–2011, the Danish firm, Hummel International, replaced Xara as kit-manufacturers.

The St Mirren Under-20 side headed to Tannadice Park last night where they went down 4-1 to Dundee United in the SPFL Development League. The home side took the lead on the 15 minute mark as Reece Willison saved Jordan Garden’s shot but the ball broke to Matty Smith who forced it home to open [...]

BBC Scotland asks supporters of Scottish Premiership clubs about their hopes for the January transfer window.

It has been confirmed that the kick-off will be moved to later in the day for St Mirren's Ladbrokes Championship… [more]

In 2010, they reached the final of the Scottish League Cup where they were defeated 0–1 by Rangers after having a two-man advantage.[4] However, three days later, they recorded a famous win over Celtic, a match that The Buddies won 4–0 with doubles from Andy Dorman and Steven Thomson.[5] In March 2013, St Mirren won the Scottish League Cup beating Heart of Midlothian 3–2 at Hampden to win their first cup since 1987.[6]

St Mirren moved to Love Street in 1894 and reached their first Scottish Cup final in the 1907–08 season but were defeated 5–1 by Celtic. The Buddies went on to lift the trophy in 1926, 1959 and 1987.

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St Mirren are heading for relegation thanks to their own prudence and a poor appointment, says Richard Wilson.

The club has a fierce rivalry with fellow neighbours Greenock Morton F.C.,[7] a rivalry which sees a large amount of animosity between the two set of fans.[8]

The St Mirren Under-20 side are back in action again next midweek when they play host to their counterparts from Hamilton Academical. The SPFL Development League fixture between the young Buddies and Accies on Tuesday, 27th September will take place at the Paisley 2021 Stadium and it will kick-off at 6:00pm. For more news on the [...]

In recent years, St Mirren have been represented by three mascots, the Pandas. They are Paisley Panda, Junior P and Mrs Panda. The regular mascots are Paisley Panda and Mrs Panda.

BBC Scotland's Tom English pinpoints the failings at St Mirren and lauds retiring jockey Tony McCoy.

BBC Scotland gives a rundown of the arrivals and departures during January in the Scottish Championship.

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The stadium has a total seating capacity of 8,023 which is split up as follows: Main Stand: 2,220 West Stand: 2,516 South Stand: 1,633 North Stand: 1,654.[citation needed]

On Saturday 24th September, St Mirren head to ‘The Kingdom of Fife’ for a Ladbrokes Championship match-up with Dunfermline Athletic at East End Park. We are now looking for information on supporters’ buses which will be going to East End Park for the match. If you wish to have your bus included on the list please [...]

After the updates from today's match against Dunfermline, tonight closes the book on this version of… [more]

BBC Scotland gives a rundown of the arrivals and departures during January in the Scottish Premiership.

St Mirren was formed as a gentlemen's club which included, among other sports, cricket and rugby in the second half of the 19th century. The increasing popularity of football ensured that by 1877 the members had decided to play association football and 1877 is the football club's official foundation date. They are named after Saint Mirin, the founder of a church at the site of Paisley Abbey and Patron Saint of Paisley. There is also a street in Paisley named St Mirren Street.