St Mirren Park, Greenhill Road, hosted its first international match in April 2009 when England were the visitors
for an U-18 schoolboy challenge. The English won 2-0.
October 2009 it was the turn of the U-21 squad to play a match at the ground as they faced Bulgaria in a Euro 2011 qualifier,
In August 2010 and
again in August 2011, the ground hosted U-21 friendly matches against Sweden (1-1) and Norway (3-0).
Following these matches St Mirren
Park was officially named as the home of the Scotland U-21 team for the upcoming European Championship 2013 qualifying campaign.
This meant that the ground hosted
all four home matches in the competition.
A great honour for the
It would appear that the national U-21 team felt at home at
St Mirren Park, as they remained undefeated throughout the four match campaign.
As a result of the success of the previous campaign, in February 2013, it
was announced that the U-21's 2015 qualifying campaign would also be based around Greenhill Road, meaning a further four
matches being played.
run continued until the final home match of the campaign when the skilful Dutch squad gave the Scots a footballing lesson
with a 6-1 defeat.
At the end of October it was the turn of the U-16 squad to play at Greenhill Road when they
took on Northern Ireland in the annual Victory Shield tie.
In November 2015 it was the turn of the Scottish Ladies
team to play at St Mirren Park.
The first Woman's international
saw the Scots thrash Macedonia 10-0 in a Euro 2017 qualifier.
In March 2017 the Under 17 squad set up home at Greenhill
Road for three matches in the Elite Round of the European Championships.