St. Mirren Preview

Dundee finish their season with a Ladbrokes Premiership match against St Mirren and here we round up everything you need to know ahead of the match.

Match Info

FIXTURE: Dundee v St Mirren

COMPETITION: Ladbrokes Premiership

DATE: Saturday 18th May 2019

KICK-OFF: 12.30

VENUE: Kilmac Stadium at Dens Park

Opposition Info

FORMED: 1877

STADIUM: The Simple Digital Arena


PITCH SIZE: 105m x 68m

MANAGER: Oran Kearney

CHAIRMAN: Gordon Scott

NICKNAME: The Buddies or The Saints

MASCOT: The Paisley Panda

CLUB COLOURS: Black and White

HONOURS: Scottish Cup winners: 1926, 1959, 1987

Scottish League Cup winners: 2012/13

Scottish League Second Division (2nd tier) champions: 1967/68

Scottish League First Division (2nd tier) champions: 1976/77,

1999/2000, 2005/2006

SPFL Championship (2nd tier) champions: 2017/18

Scottish League Challenge Cup winners: 2005/06

Victory Cup: 1919

Anglo-Scottish Cup: 1979/60

Summer Cup: 1943

RECORD WIN: 15-0 v Glasgow University, Scottish Cup, 30/1/1960


Ticketing Information

Tickets for the match against St Mirren at the Kilmac Stadium at Dens Park are on sale now online and from the Ticket office within Dundee Direct

This match is a Category B match and prices are as follows:

Family Area Priced tickets available in the Bobby Cox Stand

Rows A – Y, Seats 1 – 47 with prices as follows:

Adult and one child under 12 £26
Two adults and two children under 12 £50
With additional children under 12 at £2
Under 12 and Under 16 tickets can only be bought as part of a family group

Prices for all areas in Dens Park are priced at £24 for Adults, £16 for concessions and £10 for Under 18

The ticket office is often busy on a matchday and fans are encouraged to buy their tickets as early as possible. It is open from 10am on a matchday.

Tickets are available from the ticket office, in person or by phone on 01382 889966 (Option 1) or online

A reminder that season tickets holders can claim two free tickets for any match throughout the season.

Getting to the Ground

The full address of the Kilmac Stadium at Dens Park for Sat-Nav is Dens Park, Sandeman Street, Dundee, DD3 7JY

By bus:
From Dundee City Centre you can use the no. 1A National Express Dundee bus service which can be boarded at Albert Square every 12 minutes and takes you to Dens Road.

By train:
Trains from all over the country pass through the main Dundee station and supporters can then proceed to the ground by the above bus services from stops situated within walking distance of the station

By Car:

Approaching from a westerly direction, (eg Glasgow or Edinburgh)

As you approach at the roundabout, continue on the A90 (Kingsway) for about 2 miles, take the second flyover exit (B960) and follow the signs for ‘Football Traffic until you reach the stadium

Travelling from the south (via Tay Road Bridge)

Exit the Tay Road Bridge in the right hand lane then stay in the left hand lane on the inner ring road. You will approach a set of traffic lights (Arnold Clark Garage on your right) turn left at the lights, straight through the next roundabout. Stay in the left hand lane which will split in two as you approach the next roundabout (Ladywell). Keep in the second lane from the left and you will be directed up Victoria Road. Continue up this road which becomes Dens Road after about 1 mile. Turn right at the second mini roundabout into Arklay Street and take the second street on your left. The stadium is approximately 400 yards on your left.

Travelling from the North (Grampian)

As you approach Dundee on the A90 you will arrive at the Kingway at the Shell garage, continue straight ahead (A929) then turn right at the traffic lights along Clepington Road, follow the signs for ‘Football Traffic’.

Travelling from The North (Inverness-shire)

Follow the A9 South and follow signs for Perth. Once you reach the Broxden Roundabout follow signs for Dundee. As you approach Dundee at the roundabout, continue on the A90 (Kingsway) for about 2 miles, take the second flyover exit (B960) and follow the signs for ‘Football Traffic’ until you reach the stadium.

Parking arrangements for “Blue Badge” holders are as follows:
Home Support – East Side of Provost Road heading from Sandeman Street to Dens Road
Away Support – East side of North Isla Street

For a taxi to the ground, call Tay Taxis on 01382 450450

Match Officials

REFEREE: Andrew Dallas



Head to Head v St Mirren

LEAGUE: Won 85, Drawn 43, Lost 78

SCOTTISH CUP: Won 6, Drawn 1, Lost 3

LEAGUE CUP: Won 5, Drawn 1, Lost 3

TOTALS: Won 96, Drawn 45, Lost 84

Last Five Dundee v St Mirren Matches

  1. 30/3/2019 | Away | Premiership | Lost 2-1 | 6,733 | Robson
  2. 10/11/2018 | Home | Premiership | Drew 1-1 | 5,552 | Miller
  3. 4/4/2018 | Away | Premiership | Lost 2-1 | 5,470
  4. 20/1/2017 | Home | Scottish Cup | Lost 2-0 | 3,622
  5. 24/1/2015 | Away | SPL | Won 2-1 | 4,010 | Irvine, Davidson

Last Meeting

Dundee fans travelled to Paisley in large numbers last month, full of hope and expectation but it turned into a desperately disappointed day for The Dee. After taking the lead in the opening minute, the Dark Blues were pegged back just eleven minutes later before the Saints scored a crucial winner in the second half.

St Mirren: Hladky, P. McGinn, Baird, MacKenzie, Popescu, Muzak, Flynn (S. McGinn 89’), Lyons, Dreyer, Nazon (Jackson 53’), Mullen (Cooke 87’)
Unused subs: Holmes, Corby, Ferdinand, MacPherson
Booked: Lyons (23’)

Dundee FC: Dieng, Ralph, Woods (c) (McGowan 78’), Kusunga, O’Sullivan, Wright (J. Curran 59’), R. McGowan, Robson, Nelson, C. Curran (Miller 73’)
Unused Subs: Parish, O’Dea, Dales, Moore
Booked: Woods (78’)

Referee: William Collum
Assistant Referees: Douglas Ross and Calum Spence
Fourth Official: David Munro

Attendance: 6,733

Top Scorers

DUNDEE: K. Miller 8; Nelson 4; P. McGowan 3; Moussa, Mendy, Madianga, J. Curran Wright 2

ST MIRREN: Jackson, Mullen 6; Hammill 4; S. McGinn 3; P. McGinn, Nazon 2

St Mirren’s Season So Far

St Mirren’s season started in the Betfred Cup away to fellow Premiership side Kilmarnock and after the 0-0 draw at Rugby Park, they won the bonus point by winning the shoot out 3-0.

The Saints had to rely on penalties again in their next match at home to Lowland League side Spartans and won the bonus point after a surprising 2-2 draw.

For the third match in a row The Buddies relied on penalties for a bonus point after a 0-0 draw with Queens Park at Hampden Park.

Saints finally won a game in their last group match with a convincing 6-0 victory at home to Dumbarton which was enough to send them through to the knock out stages as one of the best placed runners-up behind Kilmarnock.

St Mirren started their Premiership campaign with a 2-1 home win over Dundee but after losing their next four games against Rangers, Aberdeen (in the Betfred Cup), Livingston and Hearts, dispensed with the services of manager Alan Stubbs during the international break.

He was replaced by Coleraine manager Oran Kearney and in his first game in charge got a point after a 0-0 draw at home with Celtic.

After that however, Saints lost their next six games to Hamilton, Hibs, Aberdeen, St Johnstone, Motherwell and Rangers but stopped the rot with a 1-1 draw at Dens in November.

They followed that 1-1 draw with a 2-0 home win over Hearts at the end of the month and in December picked up three more with a draw at Easter Road and a 1-0 win at Fir Park.

Oran Kearney overhauled his squad during the transfer window but they returned from the winter break with 4-0 defeats away at both Celtic and Rangers and a 3-1 defeat at home to Hibs.

In the Scottish Cup Saints came back from 2-0 down to knock Alloa out 3-2 in Paisley but in the next round crashed out 2-1 to Championship side Dundee United.

They bounced back however with excellent draws away at Hearts and Aberdeen before a last minute Ryan Flynn goal gave them a 1-0 win over Livingston to haul themselves within touching distance of the sides immediately above and got off the bottom with a 2-1 win over Dundee.

Since the split St Mirren have kept up their momentum with wins against Livingston and Hamilton and draws with Motherwell and St Johnstone and the 2-0 win over Accies last Monday took them win a point of the Lanarkshire side in an effort to avoid the Premiership play off.

Matchday Programme

Dundee’s 2018/19 match programme The Dee will be available to buy at the St Mirren game in and around the ground and in the club shop. It is a full, colour 48 page edition packed with news, views, features and exclusive interviews which this week include:

  • A message from interim manager Jams McPake
  • A message from managing-director John Nelms
  • A look back at the 25 years of the Andrew De Vries Trophy for DFC Player of the Year
  • A look at 2019 Hall of Fame inductee Morten Wieghorst
  • Profile on visitors St Mirren
  • Played for Both featuring Pat Liney
  • Junior Dees News
  • Classic Match
  • Dundee Supporters Association news
  • DFC in the Community update

The Dee, produced by our partners Curtis Sports will be available on Saturday for just £3 and can also be ordered on the Curtis Sport website.

How To Watch

Fans from outside of the UK will be able to watch the St Mirren match live on DeeTV with a virtual season ticket. You can sign up for DeeTV for just £12 a month or an annual fee of £120 on the official website where you will also have access to highlights, interviews and all the Dundee FC goals at the click of the button.

Fans in the UK can sign up to DeeTV for a monthly fee of £5.99 or an annual fee of £59.99 which will give them access to live audio of most Ladbrokes Premiership games, full match replays and highlights, behind the scenes content and exclusive interviews.

The full ninety minutes of the match will be available to every subscriber of DeeTV on Saturday night while a shorter highlights package will be available on Sunday alongside exclusive post match interviews with the manager and players.

The pre-match press conference is also available to view on DEETV from Thursday.

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