The goals from our 4-0 win against Forfar Athletic in the Viaplay Cup.
Top spot secured and progression to the next round.
The manager gives his reaction following today's 4-0 win against Forfar Athletic as Saints finish top of Group H in the Viaplay Cup.
Highlights from Cowdenbeath's 1-0 defeat to St Mirren in the Viaplay Cup. A 94th minute winner from Toyosi Olusanya gave The ...
Toyosi Olusanya's 95th minute goal gave St Mirren a dramatic late win at Cowdenbeath and kept the Buddies hopes of topping ...
BBTV captured the thoughts of manager Calum Elliot after the narrow 1-0 defeat to St Mirren on Tuesday 25th July 2023.
The manager gives his reaction to tonight's win against Cowdenbeath.
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 2007–08 season was St Mirren's second consecutive season in the Scottish Premier League, and they were looking to improve on last season's 11th placing ahead of Dunfermline. They also competed in the Scottish League Cup and the Scottish Cup, however were the subject of a shock defeat in the League Cup by 3rd Division East Fife.
St Mirren Park, also known as The Simple Digital Arena for sponsorship reasons, is a football stadium in Paisley, Scotland. It is the home of St Mirren.
St Mirren competed in the Scottish Premier League, after finishing in tenth place in 2007–08. The 2008–09 season also saw the club leave Love Street for the new St Mirren Park in Greenhill Road.
St Mirren competed for their fourth successive season in the Scottish Premier League after finishing 11th place for season 2008–09, narrowly avoiding relegation on goal difference. It will also be their first full season in their new home ground, since moving from Love Street in January.
St Mirren are competing in their fifth successive season in the Scottish Premier League after finishing in tenth place for season 2009–10. The most notable change at the club during the close season was the replacement of both manager Gus MacPherson and assistant manager Andy Millen after 7 seasons of managing the club.
St Mirren Football Club is a Scottish association football club based in Paisley. The club first competed in a European competition in 1980–81, entering the UEFA Cup following a third-place finish in the Scottish Premier Division.
St Mirren, currently known as St Mirren West College Scotland for sponsorship reasons, are a basketball team based in the city of Paisley, Scotland.
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The St. Mirren's Football team activities page. Related with social media posts of St. Mirren's games and scheduled events. Match records planned for future dates as well as home and away matches. Plan a trip and experience the excitement of the match on the spot!