Kilmarnock v Raith Rovers: Matchday Guide

It’s a home semi-final in the SPFL Trust Trophy for Killie as we welcome Raith Rovers to the BBSP Stadium, Rugby Park with a place in the final up for grabs.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the game, which kicks off at the slightly earlier time of 7.30pm.

Stadium Information

Please bring a face covering with you as while we are encouraging fans to wear these in the stands, they are mandatory in enclosed areas including the toilets.

Please remember that Season Tickets are not valid for this match. Tickets can be bought online right up until kick off or in person at our Ticket Office up until 6.45pm on matchday. The Ticket Office will accept cash or card payment.

Ticket Prices

  • Adult: £20
  • Concessions: (O65 / U21 and Students): £15
  • U18: £10
  • U16: £5
  • U5: £1

If you would like to book an under 5 ticket and are unable to attend at the ticket office please email and the ticketing team will assist you.

Entry to the stadium will begin at 6.30pm.

Should the scores be level upon the end of 90 minutes plus any additional time then the contest will go to extra time and should the score remain level then the match will be decided by a penalty shoot out.

Ticket Office Hours

  • Wed 2nd March: 12 noon – 6.45pm (Ticket Sales and Collections) 6.45pm – 7.30pm (Collections Only)

Supporter Transport Update

We’ve listened to concerns over traffic management on matchdays, especially around the roadway at Dundonald Place onto Dundonald Road. This section is subject to No Waiting on a match day and vehicles may be given a Parking Ticket (Penalty Charge Notices) if they fail to comply.

At the end of the match, please note the carparks (including The Park Hotel) will reopen when Pedestrian traffic is at a minimum and vehicular traffic is safe to move. This usually takes 10/15 minutes after full time and such vehicular movement would only be on the instruction of a safety steward.

These restrictions also apply to anyone who is dropping off or picking up from the stadium.

All disabled space passes should be requested via Kilmarnock Football Club Disabled Supporters Association (KFCDSA). On matchday, KFCDSA members will have to display their pass in order to get parking.

View from the Manager

Killie will be without the services of striker Kyle Lafferty, attacker Scott Robinson and defender Ash Taylor due to injuries.

Dylan Tait is ineligible having played for Raith in this competition earlier this season while Dean Campbell is also out having featured and been sent off for Aberdeen U20s against Hamilton in an earlier round.

Killie Superstore

Our Killie Superstore will be open right up until kick off. You’ll be able to buy all your Killie goodies as well as a copy of March’s Killie Magazine.

How to Watch

If you can’t make it to the stadium, the match is being shown live on BBC Alba for viewers inside the UK. For this reason, we are unable to sell PPV for this match.

International Killie TV subscribers will be able to watch the match as part of their package and log in as normal on Killie TV.

Should you experience any issues then please get in touch with