Inverness CT v Kilmarnock | Matchday Guide
We’re aiming for a Good Friday in the Highlands in our pemultimate away clash of the cinch Championship season (Friday, April 15, kick off 7.45pm).
Killie supporters can buy tickets online now for the South Stand and will be able to access mobile and print at home options.
Tickets are priced:
- Adult – £20
- Concession (Over65/Student) – £15
- Under 18 – £6
Inverness Caledonian Thistle have informed us that they do not sell under 18 tickets online, these must be purchased directly from their Ticket Office during office hours (10am – 4pm, Mon – Fri) in-store or over the phone on 01463 222880
Inverness CT have advised that due to road congestion supporters should ensure they allow sufficient time to enter the stadium at least 30 minutes before kick-off. If you have not purchased your ticket in advance please be aware that your entry to the stadium will be delayed as you will need to queue to purchase a ticket from the front of the stadium.
Kilmarnock fans will enter via Gate 4 which is in the Southeast corner of the Stadium. There will be three entry points there and turnstiles will be open from 1 hour before kick off.
Inverness CT highly recommend supporters get their tickets in advance and arrive in good time on the night as we expect this to be a busy fixture.
The Caledonian Stadium Sports Bar is open from 6pm and entry is available for Home and Away fans with their match ticket. Last entry/orders will be at 7:15pm with the bar closing at 7:30pm in line with the home club’s license.
Catering for Kilmarnock fans will be mainly available on the West side of the South Stand. There will also be a unit in the East side of the South Stand (Around where fans enter the Stadium) that will be open from halftime.
Those looking to purchase wheelchair and carer or Ambulant and carers tickets please contact our disabled supporters association, contact details below;
MAE ORR – 01563 537522 and PETER ORR – 07759 616945
The Manager’s Preview
How to watch
If you can’t make it to the Highlands, the match is being shown live on the BBC Scotland channel from viewers inside the UK.
International Killie TV subscribers will also be able to watch the game live with commentary from Gavin Wallace and Tom Callaghan.
Killie TV subscribers in the UK will be able to access our dedicated Killie commentary.
Keep across @KilmarnockFC for in game updates as well as post-match reaction from Derek McInnes.