Gate M2 which gives access to areas M1 to M4. Gate W1 which gives access to areas W1 to W3. There is a section of the bar that is also dropped to the required height for wheelchair users.

Il évolue actuellement dans le Scottish Championship. The game can be viewed via windows from the Corporate Hospitality suite, alternatively there are two wheelcahir spaces to the back of the Main Stand which can be accessed from the same level as the Corporate Hospitality suite. See below an an image of the stadium access points for disabled fans. SPFL Scottish Premiership Football Team. North Stand Gate M3 which gives access to areas M6 to M9. Saint Mirren Football Club information, including address, telephone, fax, official website, stadium and manager. St Mirren played at four different venues before moving to their ground at St Mirren Park, or Love Street, in 1894. Home of St. Mirren F.C since 2009, the 8,000 capacity stadium was constructed after the club sold the off the site of the previous stadium to supermarket chain Tesco. There is a lift to the left hand side (as you enter) of the main reception area which will give access to the Corporate Hospitality suite. Please click here to review the YouTube Terms of Use and Privacy Policy and here to view the Google Privacy Policy, click here to review the YouTube Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The 'new' St Mirren Park, as it is known was built by Barr Construction at a cost of around £8m. After spending 115 years at Love Street, the club moved half a mile to this purpose built stadium in 2009. Le club fait partie des dix fondateurs de la Scottish Football League et du premier championnat d'Écosse en 1890.Il fait aussi partie des cinq clubs parmi ces dix à encore exister aujourd'hui. It is the home of St Mirren. All stands are accessed from ground level to the seating and wheelchair spaces which are sited at the front row of all four stands. Le Saint Mirren Football Club est un club de football écossais professionnel basé à Paisley, dans le Renfrewshire..

St Mirren Park, also known as The Simple Digital Arena for sponsorship reasons, is a football stadium in Paisley, Scotland. The stadium is the sixth home of the club and replaced Love Street. Gate S1 which gives access to all areas of the stand. All content © 2020 St.Mirren Football Club Ltd.Company Number SC005773 The ground is comprised of four separate stands and although it probably won't win many design awards, it is at least modern and functional. South Stand. West Stand. Disabled fans (wheelchair and ambulant) should enter the stadium via the following turnstiles: Gate M2 which gives access to areas M1 to M4, Gate M3 which gives access to areas M6 to M9, Gate S1 which gives access to all areas of the stand, Gate W1 which gives access to areas W1 to W3, Gate W4 which gives access to areas W4 to W7, Gate N3 which gives access to all areas of the stand.

The catering kiosks and disabled toilets are accessed from ground level at the rear of each stand. Please note that the designated pick-up/drop off points are either in Drums Avenue, or  the two lay-byes on Ferguslie Park Avenue. Disabled fans (wheelchair and ambulant) should enter the stadium via the following turnstiles: Main Stand. Reg Office: St Mirren Park, Greenhill Road, Paisley, Renfrewshire. The record attendance for the ground was 47,438 versus Celtic in 1949. The Official Website of St Mirren Football Club, Paisley. Enquiries // email: [email protected] // tel: 0141 889 2558Tickets // email: [email protected] // tel: 0141 840 6130, Designed & Hosted by Big Front DoorMatch GFX by KP Kreative, This site contains syndicated content served via API from YouTube which may contain advertising content. Love Street saw extensive redevelopment in the late 90s to comply with both the recommendations of the Taylor Reportand SPL regulations and the ground eventually became a 10,866 seater venue. The ground had four stands of which the most recent, the West or Reid Kerr Family Stand, was built in 2000 in order for Love Street to … St. Mirren Park also popularly known by fans as Greenhill Road is a purpose built football stadium locate in the historic Scottish city of Paisley.

All tables in the Corporate Hospitality suite are the required height for wheelchair users. Gate W4 which gives access to areas W4 to W7. PA3 1RU