Killie Colours: A Nostalgic Trip through the Club’s Kit Catalogue

Take a journey through the history of Kilmarnock Football Club at the unmissable ‘Killie Colours’ exhibition, which has transformed Rugby Park’s museum into a world of football kit nostalgia.

The brand-new exhibit carries visitors on a trip across the decades, showcasing Killie shirts that became fan favourites, forgotten treasures and everything in between. Featuring more than 100 jerseys from days gone by, the display is headlined by priceless pieces of club history, including:

  • Dieter Van Tornhout’s 2012 League Cup Final shirt
  • The 150th anniversary jersey worn by captain Gary Dicker
  • A shirt signed by Marie Osmond on her visit to Rugby Park in 2013
  • Match jerseys worn by David Sneddon, Tommy Burns, Alan Robertson, Raymond Montgomerie, Paul Wright, Alexei Eremenko, Manuel Pascali…and many more!


Bringing the exhibition to life, a squad of players from the 70s, 80s, 90s, and 2000s reunited at Rugby Park for an unforgettable opening night.

Bobby Geddes, Colin Meldrum, Gary Dicker, Gary Holt, Alan Robertson, Stuart Mclean and Paul Clarke were amongst attendees at the official opening party on Friday 17th November.

Players from past eras participated in panel discussions, providing insight into their experiences wearing the historic kits. You can catch a behind the scenes view of the evening – HERE.


From the clean designs of the 70s to the bold styles of the 90s, the exhibition captures the evolution of Killie kits.

A meticulous curation allows fans to appreciate not only the designs, but the historical context that secured their place in the kit vaults. The exhibition includes sections dedicated to classic away shirts, bold goalkeeper jerseys, Kilmarnock Women FC and even a Scotland internationals corner.


The Killie Colours exhibition is now officially open to supporters, with free entry provided via the Killie Superstore during opening hours.

The exhibition will remain in position for the remainder of 2023.

Own your piece of club history by delving into the club’s growing retro rail – SHOP HERE.