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Join SMISA...and help take St Mirren forward

SMISA are the proud majority owners of St Mirren FC. Our club and and its place at the heart of the local community are precious...we can safeguard that forever by keeping it the hands of the people who will care for it most, you the fans.

The more members we have, the stronger we and St Mirren are and the more we can do to invest in the club's long-term future. Here's what SMISA members do:

- help safeguard the club for future generations;
- invest in the club for the long-term
- decide how SMISA money is spent and vote on key SMISA issues;
- 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....

News Centre

SMISA Board election and other news

SMISA Board election and other news

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Alan Wardrop to step down as St Mirren director

Alan Wardrop to step down as St Mirren director

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SMISA chair George Adam steps down

SMISA chair George Adam steps down

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September update

September update

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Community Season Tickets - applications open

Community Season Tickets - applications open

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SMISA members quarterly meeting

SMISA members quarterly meeting

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Community Season Tickets

Community Season Tickets

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10 Reasons to Join

St Mirren’s place at the heart of the local community is precious. As a majority owners, we can safeguard it for the future and invest in it for the long term.

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

As majority owner, SMISA can now appoint at least half of the club board. We will make sure our board reps consider our members views in the running of the club.

The more members we have, the stronger and more stable St Mirren will be – 50% of our income goes to a cash reserve to protect the club and for possible future investment.

We are investing in St Mirren’s long-term future - 30% of our income goes to the club’s youth academy, to help bring through the next generation of players.

We are bringing the club closer to the local community – 10% of our income goes to the St Mirren Charitable Foundation to help benefit worthy local causes.

Members get to vote on how they want the other 10% to be spent – by choosing projects which can benefit the club and improve the fan experience.

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 some money-can’t-buy experiences, 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.

Social SMISA

Our members have just been sent a reminder email if you haven’t registered yet for this Thursday’s evening’s member’s meeting at the SMiSA Stadium. Click on the link in the email to confirm your attendance.
We are now looking for two new members to join the SMISA Board. Full details and other news here: smisa.net/news-archive/5…
We have started the process of recruiting for Alan Wardrop's replacement on the St Mirren board. Full details here: smisa.net/news-archive/5…
Alan Wardrop, one of SMISA's four reps on the St Mirren board, is to stand down as a club director. Alan is a dyed-in-the-wool Buddie and we wish him all the best. Full story here: smisa.net/news-archive/5…
SMiSA sponsors the St.Mirren Academy