Matchday Guide | Aberdeen (H)

Derek McInnes is preparing to welcome his former side, Aberdeen, to The BBSP Stadium, Rugby Park for Kilmarnock’s final cinch Premiership fixture of 2022. Tickets for the 7.45pm kick-off are still on sale, with pay-per-view match passes also available to supporters.

Comments from the camp

Alan Power misses out through suspension, while Innes Cameron and Jeriel Dorsett remain on the sidelines with significant injuries.

Speaking on Tuesday, Derek McInnes commented: “Last time out here we beat Hibs and we had to do a lot right to get the result: it seems like an eternity since we played at home. We enjoy playing here and it’s important that we utilise the opportunity in front of us with two home games ahead. Our home form has given us the chance to look up the table and we want to try and maintain a strong home win ratio.”

“It’s important that we deliver a 90-minute performance. When you come up against teams of Aberdeen’s quality, that’s normally what it takes to give yourself a chance.”

Entry Information

Admission is by eTicket only. QR codes providing a link to online sales are overtly displayed around the stadium to assist those who wish to purchase tickets upon arrival. Please note that turnstiles NE1 and NE2 will be closed to the home support.


  • Adult: £25
  • Concessions (Over65/Student/Under21): £20
  • Under 18: £15
  • Under 16: £8
  • Under 5: Free with any full paying Over 18 – (MUST contact the ticket office to arrange)
  • Ambulant & Carer tickets: £15 (Carer – FOC)

*To purchase ambulant & carer tickets, please contact the ticketing team on: or 01563 545311


Killie TV (UK)

Supporters have the chance to watch the match via live stream, with Killie TV pay-per-view game passes available for £12.99. Streaming details can be found HERE.

Killie TV (international)

The match will also be broadcast to international subscribers who will be able to view coverage as part of their package by logging into Killie TV as normal. John Barnes will be joined by Robert Connor on commentary for this fixture.

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December Magazine (Tommy Burns era)

It’s your final chance to pick up this month’s special edition of the Killie Magazine which is dedicated to the man who revolutionised Kilmarnock FC, with insights from Davie MacKinnon, Bobby Williamson, Tom Black and many more. Grab a copy from the superstore before kick-off.


7°: A high chance of precipitation and a moderate breeze from the South West.

Match Officials

Referee: Don Robertson

Assistant Referees: David McGeachie & Paul McAvinue

Fourth Official: Scott Lambie

VAR: David Munro & Sean Carr