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St Mirren

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Head Coach

Oran Kearney

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Established
1877 (142 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
St. Mirren Park
(8,023 Capacity)

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Location
Paisley, Renfrewshire

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League
Scottish Premier League

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smudgie: 14/Feb/19
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Upcoming Events
27 Apr 19 St Mirren   -  St Johnstone
04 May 19 Motherwell   -  St Mirren
13 May 19 St Mirren   -  Hamilton
18 May 19 Dundee FC   -  St Mirren

Latest Results
20 Apr 19 Livingston  1 - 3  St Mirren
06 Apr 19 Hamilton  1 - 1  St Mirren
03 Apr 19 St Mirren  0 - 2  Celtic
30 Mar 19 St Mirren  2 - 1  Dundee FC
27 Mar 19 St Johnstone  1 - 0  St Mirren

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St Mirren Football Club is a Scottish professional football club based in Paisley, Renfrewshire, founded in 1877. They play in the Scottish Premiership after winning the 2017–18 Scottish Championship. The team has two nicknames, the "Buddies" and the "Saints".

St. Mirren have won the Scottish Cup three times – 1926, 1959 and 1987 – the League Cup in 2013 and the Renfrewshire Cup 55 times. 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.

The club's home ground is St. Mirren Park, which since 2009 refers to the club's 8,023 all seater ground on Greenhill Road, Paisley. Between 1894 to 2009, St. Mirren Park was the name given to the club's well known former Love Street stadium.

Team Members



Mihai


Jack
Baird



Anton
Ferdinand



Ryan
Flynn



Václav
Hladký



Lee
Hodson



Simeon
Jackson



James
Kellermann



Gary
MacKenzie



Paul
McGinn



Stephen
McGinn



Daniel
Mullen



Daniel
Rogers



Greg
Tansey


= Contract years remaining

Stadium or Home

St. Mirren Park, also known as "Greenhill Road", is a football stadium in Paisley, Scotland. It is the home of St. Mirren. The stadium is the sixth home of the club and replaces Love Street, the clubs former ground. Love Street was also officially called "St. Mirren Park".

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