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Join SMISA...and make St Mirren fan-owned

SMISA are the proud part-owners of St Mirren FC - and will soon take the club into the hands of the people who will safeguard it forever…you, the fans.

We are set to become St Mirren's majority owners in summer 2021 - having delivered our Buy The Buds campaign in just five years, half the time first thought.

That was down to the fantastic commitment of our members, and our unique partnership with children's charity and social enterprise Kibble.

But anyone can still join - the more members we have, the stronger we and St Mirren are. Here's what SMISA members can do:

  • know they are helping keep St Mirren forever at the heart of the Paisley community;
  • invest in their club's future and decide how SMISA money is spent;
  • vote on key SMISA issues and the chance to have their views fed to the club;
  • access exclusive member benefits and events.

Like what you hear? Want to be a part of it? It's quick and easy to sign up online....


July 21, 2021

July member update

in General SMiSA News

by SMiSA Web Team

There’s now just one week to go until we complete our purchase of the majority…
July 15, 2021

Directors' Update

in General SMiSA News

by SMiSA Web Team

OUR two SMISA-appointed St Mirren directors, John Needham and David Riley, provide an update to…
July 03, 2021

SMFC 21/22 strips - voting results

in General SMiSA News

by SMiSA Web Team

Thanks to all members who cast a vote last year to choose the club’s strips…
July 03, 2021

Future finance model

in General SMiSA News

by SMiSA Web Team

SMISA members are being asked to vote on proposals for how our income should be…
May 27, 2021

SMISA club board representatives - update

in General SMiSA News

by SMiSA Web Team

We can now update SMISA members on our plans for who will represent them on…
April 28, 2021

SMISA review of the year 2020/21

in SMiSA News

by Colin Orr

The following annual report is a summary of the updates provided at the AGM of…
April 19, 2021

£2 Spend April vote

in General SMiSA News

by SMiSA Web Team

We recently emailed members with details of the £2 spend ballot for April in which…
March 23, 2021

Q&A update with SMISA's directors on St Mirren board

in General SMiSA News

by SMiSA Web Team

OUR two SMISA-appointed St Mirren directors, David Riley (DR) and John Needham (JN), provide an…


St Mirren’s place at the heart of the local community is precious. By making it majority fan owned we can keep it there and safeguard its future

We can keep St Mirren in the hands of the people who care for it most – you. Unlike other clubs, we can make sure unsuitable owners never get control of St Mirren

SMISA money is already taking St Mirren forward and investing in the assets we will one day own – and as a member you vote on where it goes

We are investing in the next generation of St Mirren players – as sponsors of the club’s youth academy and through our £50k investment in the new 4G pitch

We are proud to have also made possible: improved disabled facilities, community season tickets and pre-match entertainment for young fans, equipment for the first team…and much more

There can never be too many members. The more we have, the more we can do for St Mirren, and the more financially stable SMISA and the club are in the future

SMISA already has a key role in the running of the club through our two seats on the board - and we will be able to appoint the majority of the board in future.

St Mirren is more than just a football club. Our partnership with Kibble will see it build stronger links with the community, and change the lives of young people.

Members get access to benefits including invites to events and the chance to win places at club events and hospitality

St Mirren has been at the heart of Paisley for generations. By signing up, you help secure that legacy for your children and the generations to come


Our two SMISA-appointed club directors @johnneedham1961 and David Riley update the members on recent events at the club and look ahead to the takeover being concluded later this month. smisa.net/news-archive/5…
Great to see the reaction to the reveal of the @saintmirrenfc strips for season 21/22, as voted on by SMISA members. You can see how the voting went on our website here: smisa.net/news-archive/5… (afraid away kit 3 didn't do too well, despite some tremendous memes...)
We emailed members at the weekend asking you to vote on our proposals for how SMISA's future income should be used. If you haven't cast your vote yet, please do via VeryConnect now. You can read the full detail of the proposal here: smisa.net/news-archive/5…
The new kits for next season as chosen by SMISA members. twitter.com/saintmirrenfc/…
SMiSA sponsors the St.Mirren Academy