FANS of St Mirren football club are being asked to share their experiences of the Paisley club.

This summer, Paisley Museum will be hosting an exhibition about the premier football club and fans are being asked to share their tales and experiences.

The exhibition, titled Back of the Net, will take a fans view of the club, bringing together stories, photographs and even memorabilia, to illustrate the bonds that tie a diverse group of people together through their collective experience of supporting St Mirren.

John Pressly, science curator at Paisley Museum and lead officer for Back of the Net said: "We aim to record a spectrum of fans' experiences: the highs, the lows, the memorable days, even the days you would rather forget.

"Back of the Net will bring these tales together and, coupled with photographs of the team and fans throughout the years, will create an exhibition which tells the history of St Mirren as seen through the eyes of their supporters."

Exhibition organisers want to know what supporting the Saints mean to fans and what memories they have of going to Love Street on match day.

They also want to hear from people who witnessed the Anglo-Scottish cup win or followed the open top bus as the team paraded the Scottish Cup trophy in 1987.

And they are keen to see photographs of fans who had their picture taken with former players or the Buddies' mascot Paisley Panda.

Anyone with any stories, pictures or objects who is willing to share these as part of the forthcoming exhibition, should get in touch with John Pressly at Paisley Museum or Carol Craig at Paisley Central Library.

Items can be sent in by email, post or you can call and make an appointment to go in for a chat.