Our final Saturday match of the 2021/22 season takes place as Saints host Dundee in the cinch Premiership.
St Mirren vs Dundee
Venue: The SMiSA Stadium, Paisley
Date: Saturday 7th May 2022
The match day officials for Saturday's match against Dundee are as follows:
Referee: David Dickinson
Assistant Referee: David Roome
Assistant Referee: Craig Ferguson
Fourth Official: Chris Graham
The game kicks-off at 3pm.
The turnstiles will open to supporters from 2pm. The St Mirren Ticket Office is open between 11:00am until just after kick-off, while the club shop opens from 10am until kick-off and re-opens for 30 minutes after full-time.
Season Tickets ARE valid for this game.
Match is all ticket – tickets will be on sale (subject to availability) UNTIL KICK-OFF.
The fastest and easiest way to buy tickets for the home end is online at stmirren.com/matchtickets. This will provide supporters with a QR code directly to their phones that will be scanned at the turnstiles for entry.
On the match day St Mirren fans can also purchase tickets (subject to availability) at the St Mirren Ticket Office from 11:00am until just after kick-off. Tickets will also be available in the West Stand Ticket booth which will be open from 1:30pm.
Dundee fans can purchase e-tickets online at stmirren.com/awaysupporters until kick-off (subject to availability).
Ticket Office Phone No: (0141) 840-6130
St Mirren Ticket Office E-Mail: [email protected]
Half-Time Presentation for Tony Fitzpatrick
A special presentation will be made to Tony Fitzpatrick at half-time of tomorrow’s match against Dundee to thank him for his service to St Mirren following his retirement as Chief Executive.
Tony served St Mirren with distinction during a wonderful career as a player, manager and Chief Executive.
Beginning his Saints journey almost 50 years ago, Tony Fitzpatrick’s name has been synonymous with St Mirren since making his debut way back in 1973.
As a player, Tony made over 450 appearances for the Buddies and remains the second highest appearance maker in club history behind Hugh 'Shuggie' Murray. These two spells as a player saw him captain the club, play in Europe and in our Scottish Cup win in 1987.
He would then hold the position of manager twice as well as five years as Chief Executive before transitioning to his new role as club ambassador.
St Mirren season ticket holders who cannot attend the match can watch live on St Mirren TV. Season ticket holders who wish to access St Mirren TV should click this link and follow the instructions in the article.
The match will also be live on St Mirren PPV at a cost of £14.99. Due to UEFA broadcasting restrictions, PPV will not be available in England.
John Hillcoat joins match day host Ali DeFoy, while Lee Mair is on co-commentary duty. Coverage starts from 2:45pm.
There will also be live match updates on our Twitter account @saintmirrenfc.
Electronic Ticketing System
At the SMiSA Stadium we have an electronic ticketing system in place at the turnstiles.
The process of using the system is fairly straight-forward and easy to use:
- On entering the turnstile you will see the ticket reader.
- Place your match ticket (with the barcode or QR code facing upwards) or smartcard – into the aperture
- Once the ticket/smartcard is accepted into the system the green light will illuminate and an audio alert will sound after which you should hear the turnstile being unlocked
- Push the turnstile gate and enter the stadium as you normally would.
The whole process will only take a few seconds.
Please note that there will be stewards in attendance to help where required.
Street Parking on Matchday
The Club has been made aware of problems occasioned by inconsiderate parking in the area of Tannahill Road.
Seemingly supporters are parking despite the presence of double yellow lines and as a consequence local bus routes are also being blocked because streets in this area are narrow and fans are parking on both sides. People, many of whom are elderly, are having to walk from Greenhill Road to their homes because buses can’t get access.
Residents who have cars parked in driveways are experiencing similar difficulties getting their vehicles in and out. On being approached by local residents some supporters have been somewhat aggressive which could lead to confrontation.
St Mirren Football Club strives to be a good neighbour and we would ask that ALL supporters attending the stadium not only park in accordance with local parking restrictions but also give consideration to the needs of local residents by parking sensibly so as not to occasion an unnecessary obstruction.
Picking Up & Dropping Off by Car on Match Day
We are also aware of problems with patrons parking at the front of the Main Stand to pick up disabled supporters at the end of the game. This area is a 'no parking' zone on match days (with cones on the road) and has to be kept clear for emergency access. It is an inappropriate location for disabled spectator uplifts, as not only does it cause an obstruction on the road, it also causes a danger to pedestrians leaving the stadium.
Please note that the designated pick-up/drop off points are either in Drums Avenue or the two lay-byes on Ferguslie Park Avenue.
Finding the SMiSA Stadium
Getting to the SMiSA Stadium
Follow signs for Paisley & Glasgow Airport. Exit the M8 at Junction 29 (St James’ Interchange) which is just after Glasgow Airport turn off if travelling east to west. Be careful not to exit on to the A737 which is signposted for Irvine. It is best to stay in the middle lane when passing the Airport as this leads naturally to the St James’ Interchange exit.
At the interchange take the first left onto a dual carriageway with some football parks on the left hand side. Follow this road and after a sharp right hand bend you should now be in Greenock Road. Then take your first right on to Clark Street and drive to the end of the street which is the junction with Greenhill Road, turn left and you will see the stadium on the opposite side of the road.
Get train from Paisley Gilmour Street to Paisley St James – exit from the station is straight onto Greenhill Road where the stadium is facing you. To plan your journey by rail with Scotrail please click HERE.
Most buses will stop at Paisley Cross or Mill Street, from both you will see the Paisley Town Hall. From the Town Hall cross the High Street towards the Piazza Shopping Centre, when acoss walk towards the town centre until you come to Gilmour Street. Turn right on to Gilmour Street and walk towards the railway station which is about 150 yards away. From there you can get train to Paisley St James or if you prefer to walk the following routes are advised by the police:
Home fans: cross road to the left on to St James Street – follow through up Underwood Road then turn right at Greenhill Road where stadium is 200 yards further along the road. Access to the Main Stand is from Greenhill Road and the South and West Stands will be accessed from Drums Avenue.
Away fans: cross road to Love Street continue up the street till you come to Albion Street where you will turn left. Follow Albion Street until you come to the junction with Greenock Road where you will turn right. Cross the road then walk about 200 yards before taking your first left on to Clark Street. Walk straight up Clark Street to the end of the street which is the junction with Greenhill Road, turn left and you will see the the stadium on the opposite side of the road. Access to the North Stand will be from Ferguslie Park Avenue.