New training scheme will help Paisley welcome the world

A new customer service excellence training scheme has been launched to ensure Paisley is primed to welcome visitors to its events and attractions in the coming years.
Paisley Welcomes Event 23.5.18
Customer experience is a key part of any visitor’s impressions of a place and the new Paisley Welcomes programme will provide enhanced training to those coming into contact with visitors covering everyone from volunteers and hospitality and leisure workers to retail staff and taxi drivers.
The Paisley Welcomes project is a key pillar of the Renfrewshire Visitor Plan 2018-2021. The programme is an online module which covers both customer service training and information about Paisley and Renfrewshire. The training is open to individuals as well as businesses.
Interested parties can register for the online module. The first 2,000 people to sign up will be able to complete it free of charge as Renfrewshire Council and Scottish Enterprise are helping to fund the scheme. A wide range of users can benefit from taking part – from school leavers wishing to develop their skills through to front of house staff who are often the first point of contact for visitor questions.
The overall aim is to create a consistent customer experience, but it will also encourage cross-selling leading to visitors staying longer and spending more, and create repeat visitation.
Leader of Renfrewshire Council, Councillor Iain Nicolson, said: “The Paisley Welcomes skills development project offers a great opportunity for individuals and businesses to showcase the very best of Paisley and Renfrewshire and is one of the pillars of the Visitor Plan. The project will also support the delivery of a number of key strategic priorities over the next three years – including the Paisley 2021 Legacy Plan and the Renfrewshire Events Strategy.
“It is a great opportunity for businesses to enhance their customer offer and I would encourage all interested parties to register for the project and take advantage of the first 2,000 free training places subsidised by the council and Scottish Enterprise.”
Renfrewshire Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive, Bob Grant, said: “This is a great opportunity for businesses in Renfrewshire to get involved to provide the best experience possible for visitors while helping upskill staff in the area. We know that businesses want help to improve their services and customer offer and this is a fantastic opportunity to put our best foot forward.”
The programme is based on the well-established Glasgow Welcomes best practice, which all of the Commonwealth Games volunteers went through. It supports the drive for destination development but also supports the new focus on the wider Glasgow City Region development.
A number of local businesses have already voiced their support for the project and have pledged to sign up for the module.
The Glynhill Hotel and Leisure Club General Manager, Graeme Gibson, said “We will be putting our staff through the Paisley Welcomes training. The more economically vibrant the area is the greater the opportunities are for us as a business. It will enable us to engage with other businesses as well as upskill our team which will in turn help grow the local economy and we will benefit as a natural result of that.”
Local restauranteur, Colette Cardosi, said: “Our staff are passionate about Paisley and about their service. Paisley Welcomes will help enhance the skills our staff already have and enable them to provide an enhanced level of excellent service so that customers feel welcome and well looked-after whenever they come into any of our establishments.
“Another major benefit of Paisley Welcomes is that is enhances consistency and excellence across the board and encourages a more collaborative, partnership approach to local businesses working together.”
There is consistency and passion across the board. Working in partnership with other local businesses – joining businesses up collaborative approach with other business owners all about community and reaching out Welcomes enhances that consistency with other local businesses.
The town’s UK City of Culture 2021 bid generated profile and positivity and established the idea that Paisley can harness the power of our culture and heritage assets to transform the area’s future.
The new Paisley.is destination brand will continue the work to transform place perceptions by signposting residents and visitors to everything Paisley and Renfrewshire has to offer. This can only work if the whole area works together to do so.
To find out more or to sign up please visit:https://paisley.is/paisley-welcomes/.
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St Mirren in the Community Summer Camps

Bookings arestill being taken for the action-packed St Mirren in the Community Summer Football Camps, that will run throughout the summer school holidays until Friday 10th August at the club’s exclusive airdome atThe Simple Digital Arenaand Lochbarr Services, Lochwinnoch.
Players aged 3-12 years old will be put through their paces by experienced and qualified community and academy coaches. Daily themes will cover all skills and attributes of the modern-day footballer (dribbling, passing and control, heading, finishing and flicks and tricks), all within a safe and fun, learning environment.
Participants are required to bring with them suitable indoor clothing and footwear (no metal studs or blades), shin guards and goalkeeper gloves (if appropriate) in addition to a light healthy snack and plenty of water/non-fizzy drinks.
Places are limited, and bookings can be made by downloading and completing the application formand returning to Ross Paterson at The Simple Digital Arena.
Please note that payment must be made in full at the time of booking to confirm places.
For further information about the Summer Football Programme and St Mirren in the Community, please contact Ross Paterson at ross.paterson@stmirren.com
To download the application form please clickHEREBookings arestill being taken for the action-packed St Mirren in the Community Summer Football Camps, that will run throughout the summer school holidays until Friday 10th August at the club’s exclusive airdome atThe Simple Digital Arenaand Lochbarr Services, Lochwinnoch.
Players aged 3-12 years old will be put through their paces by experienced and qualified community and academy coaches. Daily themes will cover all skills and attributes of the modern-day footballer (dribbling, passing and control, heading, finishing and flicks and tricks), all within a safe and fun, learning environment.
Participants are required to bring with them suitable indoor clothing and footwear (no metal studs or blades), shin guards and goalkeeper gloves (if appropriate) in addition to a light healthy snack and plenty of water/non-fizzy drinks.
Places are limited, and bookings can be made by downloading and completing the application formand returning to Ross Paterson at The Simple Digital Arena.
Please note that payment must be made in full at the time of booking to confirm places.
For further information about the Summer Football Programme and St Mirren in the Community, please contact Ross Paterson at ross.paterson@stmirren.com
To download the application form please clickHERE

St Mirren to face Aberdeen in Betfred Cup

St Mirren have been drawn to face Aberdeen in the last 16 of the Betfred Cup.
The Buddiesended up as one of the four best runners up after finishing second in Group H.
The match will take place at Pittodrie on the weekend of 18/19th August2018.
Ticketing arrangements will be announced in due course.St Mirren have been drawn to face Aberdeen in the last 16 of the Betfred Cup.
The Buddiesended up as one of the four best runners up after finishing second in Group H.
The match will take place at Pittodrie on the weekend of 18/19th August2018.
Ticketing arrangements will be announced in due course.

Reaction: Alan Stubbs Post Dumbarton

Alan Stubbs gives his thoughts as he picks up his first win as St Mirren manager with an emphatic 6-0 win over Dumbarton that sees Saints qualify for the next round of the Betfred Cup.
Alan Stubbs gives his thoughts as he picks up his first win as St Mirren manager with an emphatic 6-0 win over Dumbarton that sees Saints qualify for the next round of the Betfred Cup.

Match Report: St Mirren 6-0 Dumbarton

A second half goal spree saw Saints through to the next phase of the Betfred Cup as they thumped Dumbarton.
The scoring started after less than 60 seconds as Hayden Coulson shot past Grant Adam with Cammy Smith nodding in the second 10 minutes before the break. When Ross Stewart headed in the third just after half-time it was game over but a further three goals followed to ensure the Buddies finished as one of the best second placed teams.
Skipper Stephen McGinn scored a spectacular fourth with a fantastic shot from 25 yards and late on Jim Kellerman came off the bench to force home his first goal for the club. Moments later Smith rounded things off with a sensational strike from 35 yards to cap a tremendous afternoon for Alan Stubbs’ side.
The Buddies have struggled in front of goal in their League Cup campaign but you wouldn’t have known it as they took the lead inside the first minute. Stephen McGinn released Coulson down the left and the fullback charged into the box before smashing past Adam for his first senior goal. Having made such an early breakthrough, Saints were keen to extend their advantage quickly as Adam saved Smith’s long range effort before Willie Dyer hacked the ball off the line as Danny Mullen tried to divert a Josh Maggenis corner home.
New boy Matty Willock gave a glimpse of what he is capable of as he beat one man before he surged forward and attempted to chip Adam, who plucked the ball out of the air. The Sons keeper was in action again moments later as he denied Smith, the visitors then being forced into a change as they lost Ross Perry to injury, Andy Little taking his place.
The stoppage seemed to disrupt Saints’ flow a little bit and it took them a wee while to get it back, a Magennis drive flashing past Adam’s far post. Coulson went even closer to getting Saints’ second soon after, exchanging passes with Smith as he burst forward again before rattling a shot off the post. The lead was finally doubled 10 minutes before the break, Mullen finding Paul McGinn down the right and his tremendous cross was head in by Smith.
Any doubts that Saints were heading for their first win of the season were wiped out early in second half as a cross from the byline was deflected up in the air and Stewart outjumped everyone to head past Adam. It could have been four soon after, Willock going on another run only to drag his shot wide of the far post before Mullen curled an effort wide.
It was merely delaying the inevitable and when the fourth arrived it was a screamer. Coulson found McGinn around 25 yards out and the skipper composed himself before launching a shot that flew into the top corner despite Adam getting something on it. There was little to get excited about after that, Saints having plenty of the ball but creating nothing of note with Craig Samson a virtual spectator at the other end.
Late on there were two more things to cheer. First Jim Kellermann, who had replaced Magennis, bagged his first Saints goal when he scrambled the ball home from a corner. A couple of minutes later Smith got his second and the Buddies’ sixth as the ball broke to him midway inside the Dumbarton half and he sent it sailing over Adam’s head from 35 yards to finish the scoring in spectacular style.
The two late goals meant Saints had secured one of the last 16 spots on offer to the best performing second placed sides – the first time the Buddies have made it that far since the group stage was introduced in 2016.
Full Time: St Mirren 6-0 Dumbarton
St Mirren: Samson, P.McGinn, Kpekawa, Baird, Coulson, S.McGinn, Magennis (Kellermann 62), Willock (Flynn 56) Smith, Stewart, Mullen (King 70)Subs Not Used: Rogers, Heaton, Erhahon, King, Cooke
Dumbarton: Adam, Dyer, Dowie, Perry (Little 15), C.Barr, Carswell (Russell 75), Hutton, Forbes, Barr, Paton, Loy (Gallagher 68)Subs Not Used: McGowan, Ballantyne
Referee: Euan AndersonAssistant Referee: Ralph GordonAssistant Referee: Ivan Stankovic
Attendance: 1,610A second half goal spree saw Saints through to the next phase of the Betfred Cup as they thumped Dumbarton.
The scoring started after less than 60 seconds as Hayden Coulson shot past Grant Adam with Cammy Smith nodding in the second 10 minutes before the break. When Ross Stewart headed in the third just after half-time it was game over but a further three goals followed to ensure the Buddies finished as one of the best second placed teams.
Skipper Stephen McGinn scored a spectacular fourth with a fantastic shot from 25 yards and late on Jim Kellerman came off the bench to force home his first goal for the club. Moments later Smith rounded things off with a sensational strike from 35 yards to cap a tremendous afternoon for Alan Stubbs’ side.
The Buddies have struggled in front of goal in their League Cup campaign but you wouldn’t have known it as they took the lead inside the first minute. Stephen McGinn released Coulson down the left and the fullback charged into the box before smashing past Adam for his first senior goal. Having made such an early breakthrough, Saints were keen to extend their advantage quickly as Adam saved Smith’s long range effort before Willie Dyer hacked the ball off the line as Danny Mullen tried to divert a Josh Maggenis corner home.
New boy Matty Willock gave a glimpse of what he is capable of as he beat one man before he surged forward and attempted to chip Adam, who plucked the ball out of the air. The Sons keeper was in action again moments later as he denied Smith, the visitors then being forced into a change as they lost Ross Perry to injury, Andy Little taking his place.
The stoppage seemed to disrupt Saints’ flow a little bit and it took them a wee while to get it back, a Magennis drive flashing past Adam’s far post. Coulson went even closer to getting Saints’ second soon after, exchanging passes with Smith as he burst forward again before rattling a shot off the post. The lead was finally doubled 10 minutes before the break, Mullen finding Paul McGinn down the right and his tremendous cross was head in by Smith.
Any doubts that Saints were heading for their first win of the season were wiped out early in second half as a cross from the byline was deflected up in the air and Stewart outjumped everyone to head past Adam. It could have been four soon after, Willock going on another run only to drag his shot wide of the far post before Mullen curled an effort wide.
It was merely delaying the inevitable and when the fourth arrived it was a screamer. Coulson found McGinn around 25 yards out and the skipper composed himself before launching a shot that flew into the top corner despite Adam getting something on it. There was little to get excited about after that, Saints having plenty of the ball but creating nothing of note with Craig Samson a virtual spectator at the other end.
Late on there were two more things to cheer. First Jim Kellermann, who had replaced Magennis, bagged his first Saints goal when he scrambled the ball home from a corner. A couple of minutes later Smith got his second and the Buddies’ sixth as the ball broke to him midway inside the Dumbarton half and he sent it sailing over Adam’s head from 35 yards to finish the scoring in spectacular style.
The two late goals meant Saints had secured one of the last 16 spots on offer to the best performing second placed sides – the first time the Buddies have made it that far since the group stage was introduced in 2016.
Full Time: St Mirren 6-0 Dumbarton
St Mirren: Samson, P.McGinn, Kpekawa, Baird, Coulson, S.McGinn, Magennis (Kellermann 62), Willock (Flynn 56) Smith, Stewart, Mullen (King 70)Subs Not Used: Rogers, Heaton, Erhahon, King, Cooke
Dumbarton: Adam, Dyer, Dowie, Perry (Little 15), C.Barr, Carswell (Russell 75), Hutton, Forbes, Barr, Paton, Loy (Gallagher 68)Subs Not Used: McGowan, Ballantyne
Referee: Euan AndersonAssistant Referee: Ralph GordonAssistant Referee: Ivan Stankovic
Attendance: 1,610

Match Preview: St Mirren v Dumbarton

St Mirren take on Dumbarton in the final match of Group H in the Betfred Cup this afternoon.
Both sides are looking to keep their qualification hopes alive and only a win will do that for either side.
PERMUTATIONS
The Buddies are currently unbeaten in the group having drawn with Kilmarnock, Spartans and Queen’s Park. Three penalty shoot-out wins in these matches has given Saints a total of six points heading in to today’s match with the Sons. A win would see St Mirren finish on nine points which could be enough for Alan Stubbs’ side to qualify.
Saints could top the group ifwe beat Dumbarton and Kilmarnock lose to Queen’s Park at Rugby Park or draw and fail to pick up the bonus point.
However, if Kilmarnock win itwill take a big effort for Saints to finish as one of the four best runners up and there are a number of different permutations that could see the Buddies qualify.
Nine points would be enough for Saints to go through IF Motherwell and Hearts lose their matches to Clyde and Inverness respectively. Saints could, however, still qualify if Motherwell and Hearts were to win. For that to happen Airdrieonians and Dundee would need to lose to Hamilton and Brechin City respectively.
Dumbarton will be looking for three points that could also see them qualify. A win for Sons and defeat for Kilmarnock would see them top Group H and qualify for the last 16. The chances of Dumbarton qualifying as runners-up should they beat Saints and Killie top the group would be slim at best.
PREVIOUS
There were drastically different fortunes for both of today’s sides last season. Both were in the Championship with the Buddies ending as the season as champions and Dumbarton relegated to League One through the play-offs.
In our four meetings with Dumbarton last season, Saints came out on top in three of them winning 2-0 twice at the Your Radio 103FM stadium and defeating Sons 5-0 at the Simple Digital Arena in March.
Dumbarton were one of only two sides to beat Saints in league action at Paisley last season when Tom Walsh’s 80th minute strike gave Stevie Aitken’s side a 1-0 win in December.
FAMILIAR FACES
Saints could come up against a number of former players this afternoon with no fewer than four ex-Buddies in the Sons squad.
Stuart Carswell, Kyle Hutton and Calum Gallagher have all spent the last year or so with Dumbarton, while Rory Loy joined up with Aitken’s men in the summer.
All four have spent varying periods of time, along with varying success, at Saints over the last three years.
SQUAD NEWS
The Buddies are still without Jordan Kirkpatrick, Gary MacKenzie and Adam Eckersley due to injury. New signing Matty Willock could feature if international clearance is received.
Kyle Magennis made his return to the first team as a second half substitute in Tuesday’s draw with Queen’s Park at Hampden. The midfielder could make his first start of the season this afternoon.
ENTRY INFO
Tickets for today’s match will be on-sale right until kick-off priced at just £12 for adults and £6 for concessions.
The Main Stand and West Stand will be open to St Mirren fans for this match with the Dumbartonfans getting access to sections M8 and M9 in the Main Stand.
If you are thinking about coming to The Simple Digital Arenafor the first time on Saturdaypleaseclick HERE for all the info you will needto make sure your match day experience runs as smoothly as possible.St Mirren take on Dumbarton in the final match of Group H in the Betfred Cup this afternoon.
Both sides are looking to keep their qualification hopes alive and only a win will do that for either side.
PERMUTATIONS
The Buddies are currently unbeaten in the group having drawn with Kilmarnock, Spartans and Queen’s Park. Three penalty shoot-out wins in these matches has given Saints a total of six points heading in to today’s match with the Sons. A win would see St Mirren finish on nine points which could be enough for Alan Stubbs’ side to qualify.
Saints could top the group ifwe beat Dumbarton and Kilmarnock lose to Queen’s Park at Rugby Park or draw and fail to pick up the bonus point.
However, if Kilmarnock win itwill take a big effort for Saints to finish as one of the four best runners up and there are a number of different permutations that could see the Buddies qualify.
Nine points would be enough for Saints to go through IF Motherwell and Hearts lose their matches to Clyde and Inverness respectively. Saints could, however, still qualify if Motherwell and Hearts were to win. For that to happen Airdrieonians and Dundee would need to lose to Hamilton and Brechin City respectively.
Dumbarton will be looking for three points that could also see them qualify. A win for Sons and defeat for Kilmarnock would see them top Group H and qualify for the last 16. The chances of Dumbarton qualifying as runners-up should they beat Saints and Killie top the group would be slim at best.
PREVIOUS
There were drastically different fortunes for both of today’s sides last season. Both were in the Championship with the Buddies ending as the season as champions and Dumbarton relegated to League One through the play-offs.
In our four meetings with Dumbarton last season, Saints came out on top in three of them winning 2-0 twice at the Your Radio 103FM stadium and defeating Sons 5-0 at the Simple Digital Arena in March.
Dumbarton were one of only two sides to beat Saints in league action at Paisley last season when Tom Walsh’s 80th minute strike gave Stevie Aitken’s side a 1-0 win in December.
FAMILIAR FACES
Saints could come up against a number of former players this afternoon with no fewer than four ex-Buddies in the Sons squad.
Stuart Carswell, Kyle Hutton and Calum Gallagher have all spent the last year or so with Dumbarton, while Rory Loy joined up with Aitken’s men in the summer.
All four have spent varying periods of time, along with varying success, at Saints over the last three years.
SQUAD NEWS
The Buddies are still without Jordan Kirkpatrick, Gary MacKenzie and Adam Eckersley due to injury. New signing Matty Willock could feature if international clearance is received.
Kyle Magennis made his return to the first team as a second half substitute in Tuesday’s draw with Queen’s Park at Hampden. The midfielder could make his first start of the season this afternoon.
ENTRY INFO
Tickets for today’s match will be on-sale right until kick-off priced at just £12 for adults and £6 for concessions.
The Main Stand and West Stand will be open to St Mirren fans for this match with the Dumbartonfans getting access to sections M8 and M9 in the Main Stand.
If you are thinking about coming to The Simple Digital Arenafor the first time on Saturdaypleaseclick HERE for all the info you will needto make sure your match day experience runs as smoothly as possible.

Willock joins Saints on loan

St Mirren Football Club is delighted toannounce that Matty Willock has joined St Mirren on a season-long loan from Manchester United subject to international clearance.
The 21 year-old midfielderhas experience of SPFL Premiership football having spent the second half of last season on loan at St Johnstone.
He now joins Alan Stubbs’ side ahead of our Premiership campaign kicking off next week.
Speaking on the move, Matty told stmirren.com: “I’m really delighted. I spoke to the gaffer and he really sold me on the way he wants the team to progress this season.
"I know what I am coming into. I know the tempo of the game is really quick so hopefully my experience last season stands me in good stead.
"I’m a midfielder, I work hard, I try and drive forward with the ball and will hopefully chip in with some goals and assists."
Manager, Alan Stubbs, said:"He certainly brings a physicality to the midfield. Most importantly, he brings competition for places.
"He is a big lad, six foot one or two, powerful, aggressive, he will get around the pitch.
"He is a threat in terms of scoring, which is what I want to add to the midfield area, and he certainly gives us a lot of options in there."
St Mirren Football Club is delighted toannounce that Matty Willock has joined St Mirren on a season-long loan from Manchester United subject to international clearance.
The 21 year-old midfielderhas experience of SPFL Premiership football having spent the second half of last season on loan at St Johnstone.
He now joins Alan Stubbs’ side ahead of our Premiership campaign kicking off next week.
Speaking on the move, Matty told stmirren.com: “I’m really delighted. I spoke to the gaffer and he really sold me on the way he wants the team to progress this season.
"I know what I am coming into. I know the tempo of the game is really quick so hopefully my experience last season stands me in good stead.
"I’m a midfielder, I work hard, I try and drive forward with the ball and will hopefully chip in with some goals and assists."
Manager, Alan Stubbs, said:"He certainly brings a physicality to the midfield. Most importantly, he brings competition for places.
"He is a big lad, six foot one or two, powerful, aggressive, he will get around the pitch.
"He is a threat in terms of scoring, which is what I want to add to the midfield area, and he certainly gives us a lot of options in there."

Beach party fun for Love Island finale

FANS of the ITV2 Love Island show can watch the series finale on Monday night on a big screen at their very own beach party.

The event is being hosted at the indoor beach that’s been created in Soar at intu Braehead this summer.
Everyone is invited to come along and have some fun as they watch the finale of the hugely-popular TV show.
There will be music, beach games and giveaways, food and drink sampling, sofas and pink flamingo pool floaties to sit on, as well as a photo booth.
The Summer Beach Party, on Monday, July 30, begins at 6pm with loads of fun activities until the show starts at 9pm.
Kellie Lauder, intu Braehead’s assistant marketing manager said: “Love Island is probably one of the most talked-about TV shows just now.
“And what better way to watch the series finale that to get some of your friends together and have a beach party, as we eagerly await to find out who this year’s winners are.”
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Match Day Programme: St Mirren vs Dumbarton (28th Jul)

Our match day programme, published in partnership with Curtis Sport, will be available from the Club Shop ahead of Saturday’s game.This issue, for the BetFred Cup, Group H fixtureagainst Dumbarton, is a 24 pager with a £2 cover price.This latest edition includes the following:Front Cover – Ryan Flynn.The Boss- St Mirren manager Alan Stubbs looks ahead to the match against The Sons and and delivers his pre-match message for the fans.Last Time Out– A gallery of pictures from the recent BetFred Cup match against Spartans.The Opposition – Brian Corry runs the rule over Stephen Aitken’s Dumbarton side.Paisley Panda’s Fun Corner– Some puzzles to keep the youngsters entertained during the half-time break.Street Stuff – A look at the ever-popular summer programme of community events.Action Shot & Q&A(Centre Pages) – ForwardCammy Smith. Cammy also shoots back answers for our quick-fire questionnaire.St Mirren Greats– David Cochran looks back on the St Mirren career of Cammy Murray.Football, Bloody Hell – Alan Gallacher asks why some Scotland fans didn’twant to see England fare well in the World Cup.Kit Sponsors 2018/19– Check in to see who is sponsoring your favourite player’s shirt for the season.St Mirren Fixtures & Results 2018/19– A handy reference page of all the fixtures and results for this season.Team Lines – The two squads and match officials for Tuesday’s match.To buy this issue or to place your programme subscription for the 2018/19 season click HERE.Our match day programme, published in partnership with Curtis Sport, will be available from the Club Shop ahead of Saturday’s game.This issue, for the BetFred Cup, Group H fixtureagainst Dumbarton, is a 24 pager with a £2 cover price.This latest edition includes the following:Front Cover – Ryan Flynn.The Boss- St Mirren manager Alan Stubbs looks ahead to the match against The Sons and and delivers his pre-match message for the fans.Last Time Out– A gallery of pictures from the recent BetFred Cup match against Spartans.The Opposition – Brian Corry runs the rule over Stephen Aitken’s Dumbarton side.Paisley Panda’s Fun Corner– Some puzzles to keep the youngsters entertained during the half-time break.Street Stuff – A look at the ever-popular summer programme of community events.Action Shot & Q&A(Centre Pages) – ForwardCammy Smith. Cammy also shoots back answers for our quick-fire questionnaire.St Mirren Greats– David Cochran looks back on the St Mirren career of Cammy Murray.Football, Bloody Hell – Alan Gallacher asks why some Scotland fans didn’twant to see England fare well in the World Cup.Kit Sponsors 2018/19– Check in to see who is sponsoring your favourite player’s shirt for the season.St Mirren Fixtures & Results 2018/19– A handy reference page of all the fixtures and results for this season.Team Lines – The two squads and match officials for Tuesday’s match.To buy this issue or to place your programme subscription for the 2018/19 season click HERE.

St Mirren TV: Saints vs Dumbarton (28th Jul)

If you live outside the UK & Ireland, St Mirren TV is your way to watch Paisley’s Premiership club live in action each and every home match day.This service, which is delivered by media students from the University of the West of Scotland, will cover all of St Mirren’s home games.As usual the St Mirren TV team will be presenting all the action from The Simple Digital Arena when League One side Dumbarton are the visitors for Saturday afternoon’s BetFred Cup, Group H fixture.If you want to tune in here is the info you will need:St Mirren vs DumbartonBetFred Cup, Group HVenue: The Simple Digital Arena, PaisleyDate: Saturday 28th July 2018Kick-off: 3:00pm BSTTo access this match day service:1 Day Pass – €6.99 EURSeason Pass – €69.99 EURTo view Terms & Conditions and get started with St Mirren TV please click HERE.For technical support with St Mirren TV please e-mail tvsupport@stmirren.comIf you live outside the UK & Ireland, St Mirren TV is your way to watch Paisley’s Premiership club live in action each and every home match day.This service, which is delivered by media students from the University of the West of Scotland, will cover all of St Mirren’s home games.As usual the St Mirren TV team will be presenting all the action from The Simple Digital Arena when League One side Dumbarton are the visitors for Saturday afternoon’s BetFred Cup, Group H fixture.If you want to tune in here is the info you will need:St Mirren vs DumbartonBetFred Cup, Group HVenue: The Simple Digital Arena, PaisleyDate: Saturday 28th July 2018Kick-off: 3:00pm BSTTo access this match day service:1 Day Pass – €6.99 EURSeason Pass – €69.99 EURTo view Terms & Conditions and get started with St Mirren TV please click HERE.For technical support with St Mirren TV please e-mail tvsupport@stmirren.com