St Mirren part with manager Alan Stubbs
St Mirren have parted company with manager Alan Stubbs after less than three months in the job. Read more
Book your tickets for Alan Stubbs question and answer night
The St Mirren Independent Supporters Association (SMISA) has announced a question and answer night with new manager Alan Stubbs on Tuesday 31st July. Read more
St Mirren fans reach a major milestone in bid to take over club
The St Mirren Independent Supporters Association (SMISA) has taken a massive step closer to achieving its goal of making St Mirren majority owned by its fans after making the final payment on their 29% shareholding in the club to its former owners. Read more
Thousands turn out to Paisley to see St Mirren league trophy parade
Thousands of people have lined the streets of Paisley tonight to see St Mirren’s league-winning team parade the SPFL Championship trophy. Read more
St Mirren stars immortalised at former Love Street stadium
The names have been revealed of the former St Mirren stars to have a street named in their honour in new housing on the site of the club’s old Love Street ground. Read more
Shortlist of names revealed for Paisley’s five new streets: Vote now – top five will win
St Mirren fans can now cast their votes on which club legends they want to name a street after when new housing is built on the site of the club’s old Love Street ground. Read more
It was an unbelievable fourth round match in the Scottish Cup, as the buddies turned on the pressure in the first half with a shower of goals.  No less than seven goals were scored in the first half.  Read more
Saints defeated by Dundee United, but remain on top
A late Adam Eckersley goal could not prevent the third league defeat of the Season.  Saints concede a 2-1 loss to Dundee United, but remain on top of the league.  6836 was today’s attendance. Read more
Four second half goals sees Buddies and Morten part in a draw
Buddies fought hard in the first 45 minutes, but were unable to score for a halftime lead.  Morton didn’t fare much better.  Four second half goals decided the match, at times a nail biter for the home side, but the match ended 2-2.  The total attendance was 5,496.  Read more
St Mirren V Morton: Police ask fans to ‘enjoy themselves and to do so responsibly’
Police Scotland are encouraging supporters attending the St Mirren v Morton game on Saturday at St Mirren’s Paisley 2021 Stadium to enjoy themselves and to do so responsibly. Read more