Season ticket holders who have renewed their tickets, registered on Future Ticketing or been in contact, by any means, with the club regarding their renewal will be automatically entered into the ballot for our match against Partick Thistle on Sunday 25th July. Working with the Scottish Government, Renfrewshire Council and the Joint Response Group, we are awaiting final confirmation for numbers allowed into the stadium for the game. We will provide you with this information in due course.
Those who have been successful in the ballot will be contacted by the end of the day on Thursday 22nd July with their entry instructions.
The present match day experience is different from usual, so it is vitally important that supporters take the time to read and follow all the instructions that are sent to ensure successful entry into the SMiSA Stadium.
Entry to the stadium
Entry to the South and West Stands will be via the Drums Avenue gate, while those in the North Stand should enter via the Ferguslie Park gate. Car parking is available on a first come first served basis and limited due to COVID restrictions. Those arriving in cars should do so only via the Ferguslie Park gate.
The club is grateful for feedback from supporters who attended on Tuesday night regarding entry times to the stadium. Time-slots will still be necessary to ensure safe entry of supporters, however, the first time-slots for entry will begin 75 minutes before kick-off, rather than 90 minutes.
Cost of entry
Tickets will once again be priced at £12 for adults and £6 for concessions. They must be purchased prior to the match either online, by phone or at the St Mirren Ticket Office. Instructions will be provided on how to select your seats and pay for those who are successful in the ballot. The ticket office will be open from 10am to 2pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday to provide assistance with sales. The ticket office will not open on Sunday 25th due to COVID restrictions but you can still purchase your ticket online, if applicable.
Please help us keep fans and all staff members as safe as possible by following our COVID-19 guidance. Face coverings will be required as part of the Joint Response Group’s guidance on return to matches. We must follow all compliance to ensure safety of supporters.
Supporters should limit their movements to and from their seat as much as possible and use our one-way system when using the toilet facilities. No refreshments will be sold but those attending will be able to bring in a snack as well as water and soft drinks in plastic bottles only. Strictly no alcohol is permitted.
Details about our ballot
With the ever-changing nature of COVID restrictions, the club has decided that the match ballots will be treated as stand-alone events. We are hopeful that restrictions will ease further and allow higher numbers to attend soon and will keep you informed accordingly.
We cannot wait to welcome as many fans as possible back with us next Sunday as we look to progress to the next round of the Premier Sports Cup #InYouWeTrust.