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League Cup Disgrace 2 Years on the Trot

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1 minute ago, Isle Of Bute Saint said:

Thistle is perfect big crowd . Is it just one team that go through ? 

Think it's top teams plus a couple of 'best runners up'.


ETA - Actually, it could be the 8 group winners plus 4 best runners up plus the four European teams = last 16!

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Like last Season, hopefully there will be special ticket deals for our 2 home matches. 

A total of 15 pounds should get an adult admission to both if purchased as a package. 

For an individual match, a Tenner maximum. 

Makes sense to me. 

Although Season Tickets being valid for both would be orgasmic. 

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General Admission Prices 

For 2 Home League Cup Ties 

Adults 25 quid for each match 

Concessions 15 quid for each match. 


Season Ticket Holders will get in for free for both and will also get handed £50 vouchers on entry which can be spent at the Catering.Outlets, Saints Shop or in the Bevvy Lounge. 


What an all inclusive Club 


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05 July 2017

Tickets on sale for Betfred Cup home matches

 SMFC Webteam
 Saints News

Tickets for the Betfred Cup Group Stage matches against Livingston and Airdrieonians at the Paisley 2021 Stadium are now on sale.

Tickets are priced at £12 for adults and £6 for concessions. 

Season ticket holders have until Midnight on Sunday 16th July to reserve their own seat for the Livingston match and until Wednesday 25th July to reserve their seat for the Airdrieonians match. After this time all seats will be sold on a first come first served basis. 

Livingston supporters will be placed in the Family Stand creating a mixed family zone as we have done previously against Partick Thistle in the Scottish Cup in January 2016.

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As it tends to be the most diehard fans of teams that attend the away games (generally speaking), is there any evidence of increased steward interventions with regard to foul language when opposing fans are mixed in family stands  ?

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