Please arrive early

We host St Mirren at Cappielow this weekend in the first Renfrewshire derby of the 2017/18 season – and we would like to urge all supporters to please come along to the ground to purchase or collect match tickets as early as possible tomorrow.

Any fixture against our local rivals is guaranteed to be busy, but with a larger than usual crowd anticipated combined with the issues we have experienced with our season cards and fan cards, this advice takes on more significance.

Fans arriving early will reduce queues both at the ticket office and the turnstiles and ensure speedier entry to the ground for everyone ahead of kick off.

To aid in this, our Sinclair Street ticket office will be open from 11am tomorrow. Meanwhile, match tickets are also available from the following outlets today:

Cappielow – Until 5pm today

Smiths of Greenock – Adult tickets only, until 1pm tomorrow

Fans who purchase tickets prior to 1pm on a matchday will enjoy a freeze upon last year’s pay-at-the-gate prices and these will be priced at:

Adults – £18
Concessions – £15
Children aged 12-16 – £5

Adult tickets purchased between 1pm and 3pm on a matchday are subject to an additional £2 charge and this will be invested directly into our own youth development programme.

Adults – £20
Concessions – £15
Children aged 12-16 – £5


Interstadia Website

We are aware that Interstadia’s dedicated club webpage ( is not fully functional at present and that supporters have been unable to register for a fan card, or apply tomorrow’s derby match to their existing card.

This information has been fed back to our supplier and we have been assured their technicians are working to identify and resolve the issue.

In the meantime, we ask supporters to purchase a match ticket in place of uploading the game to their fan card. Anyone who has already purchased the match via their fan card, however, will be able to use it to gain entry.


Can we please reiterate that there is no cash entry for St Mirren supporters on the day. This is an all-ticket match.


Image: Jonathan Mitchell