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St Mirren FC - the Buddies of Scottish football
Renowned for their black and white striped kit, St Mirren FC have been a pillar of the Scottish Football League since the late 19th Century. Catch the team nicknamed both the Buddies and the Saints by purchasing your St Mirren tickets on StubHub.
Multiple Scottish Cup winners
Named after the Patron Saint of Paisley, St Mirren FC formed in 1877 and became one of 11 founding members of the Scottish Football League 13 years later. In 1908 they reached their first Scottish Cup final, losing to Celtic 5-1, but they eventually managed to get their hands on the trophy in 1926 and then again in 1959 and 1987. Their golden period came in the late 1980s when they finished third in the top flight behind Celtic FC and Aberdeen, beat Bristol City to lift the Anglo-Scottish Cup and qualified for Europe for the first time in their history. In the mid-'00s they were crowned champions of the Scottish First Division and won the Scottish Challenge Cup with victory over Hamilton Academical. They added to their trophy cabinet in 2013 when they defeated Hearts FC 3-2 at Hampden to win the Scottish League Cup and in 2018 when they won the Scottish Championship. Catch the historic Scottish side in action by booking your St Mirren FC tickets on StubHub.
From Love Street to St Mirren Park
After playing at four different grounds in their early years, St Mirren FC eventually settled at Love Street in 1894. The team enjoyed over a century there, attracting over a record-breaking 47,000 fans to their 1949 encounter against Celtic, before leaving for a brand new 8,000 seat stadium named St Mirren Park in 2009. Rechristened The Simple Digital Arena nine years later, the ground is situated on Paisley's Ferguslie Park housing estate just a mile away from the club's previous home and adjacent to the Paisley St. James Railway Station. Since the move the club has been managed by several former players including Gus Macpherson, Gary Teale and Jack Ross, while notable players to have ran out at St Mirren Park include Northern Ireland international Lee Hodson, youth academy graduate-turned-captain Stephen McGinn and Celtic winger Lewis Morgan. If you haven't yet experienced the great atmosphere of St Mirren Park, particularly when longtime rivals Greenock Morton pay a visit, then check out the range of St Mirren tickets on offer at StubHub.Back to Top
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