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Internationalists

Over the years St. Mirren have had 28 players capped for the Scottish national team while at the club.

The first Saints players were Andrew Brown and James 'Daddy' Dunlop who were capped against Wales on the 22nd March 1890.
 

Most capped are Billy Thomson and Iain Munro with seven caps each.
The most capped Scottish player to play for the Saints is Roy Aitken who gained 57 caps during his career, although only one of those was whilst at Love Street.

Only one St.Mirren player has had the honour of captaining his country and that was back in 1905 when Thomas Jackson 
skippered the team against Wales in Wrexham.

Two players have scored for Scotland. Bobby Rankine 
with two goals leads the way from Tommy Gemmell with one.

Saints have also had several young players have been picked for the Scotland U-21 teams since they were introduced in 1976 and before that the U-23 side.  

The most capped player ever to wear the stripes is Mo Camara, who won 79 caps for Guinea prior to signing for Saints.