St. Mirren are a Scottish football club who play their home matches wearing black and white stripes which is supplied by Italian brand Diadora. The club have won the Scottish First Division on four occasions and the Scottish Cup on three occasions. The last time the club played in Europe was for the 1987-88 season where they played in the UEFA Cup Winner's Cup.
Saint Mirren Football Club normally known as St. Mirren were formed in 1877 in the town of Paisley in Scotland. They play their home games in the 10,800 capacity St. Mirren Park on Love Street, Paisley in Renfrewshire, Scotland.
The St Mirren shirt has been pulled on by some famous players in the game such as Archie Gemmill best known for scoring against Holland in the 1978 World Cup and Gordon McQueen who joined the club as an 18 year old and then went on to win honours with Leeds and Manchester United.
In the past decade the club have had several managers including Danny Lennon, Hus MacPherson, John Coughlin, Tom Hendrie, Tony Fitzpatrick, Iain Munro and Jimmy Bone.