St. Mirren Park
St. Mirren Park also known as The SMiSA stadium is located in Paisley, Scotland and is since 2009 the home ground of St.Mirren FC. The stadium is the sixth home of the club and replaced Love Street. When St Mirren had gotten into considerable debt in the early 2000s, they found a solution by selling the land of their Love Street Stadium to retail developers, and proposing a new stadium at a less valuable site about a mile away.
Location: Greenhill Road, Paisley
Public Transport: Paisley St James rail station is located almost next to the stadium. It is served by trains from Glasgow Central and Paisley Gilmour Street station (which lies near the town centre). Trains go every half an hour, take 17 minutes to arrive from Glasgow, and only 2 minutes from Gilmour Street.
Love Street Stadium
St Mirren Park, more commonly known as Love Street, was a the home ground of St. Mirren FC from 1894 until 2009. It waslocated on Love Street in Paisley, Scotland. At one time the stadium was capable of accommodating almost 50,000 spectators, however in its final years it had an all-seated capacity of 10,800.
Location: Love Street, Paisley, Scotland
Capacity: 50,000 (highest), 10,800 at closure