Matchday Guide | Dundee United (A)

An army of more than 1000 Kilmarnock supporters are set to make the 200-mile round trip to Tannadice for the club’s crucial cinch Premiership clash against Dundee United on Wednesday 24th May.

The 7.45pm kick-off will be shown live to international Killie TV customers, while UK-based subscribers can tune-in for audio presented by John Barnes and 1997 Scottish Cup winner Kevin McGowne.

Thoughts from the camp

Derek McInnes has challenged his side to play with courage and confidence in the final two games of the 2022/23 campaign.

Speaking on Tuesday, the manager said: “We want them to concentrate on playing without fear: play with courage and play with confidence. You’ve got to have that element of trust in your performance and it’s important that you reinforce that messaging to the players.

“We can still succeed in what we set out to do this season. There has been a lot of disappointment and a lot of frustration, and I’m not going to try and dress that up, but we can still succeed and it’s important that we work towards that.”

You can listen to the full interview – HERE

Ticket information

Tickets for the 7.45pm kick-off are available to purchase online:



  • Adult: £25
  • Concessions (Over-65s / Under-21s / Students): £16
  • Under-12s: £5
  • *Ambulant: £14

For wheelchair and PA tickets, please contact our disabled supporters’ association representatives:

Food kiosks

Please note that food kiosks at Tannadice Park accept card-only payments.

Killie TV

On the 26th anniversary of our Scottish Cup triumph, John Barnes will be joined on comms by 1997 cup winner Kevin McGowne.

The match will be broadcast to international subscribers who can view coverage as part of their package by logging into Killie TV as normal, while UK subscribers can tune-in for live audio. You can subscribe to Killie TV – HERE

Should you experience any issues, please get in touch with

Sat Nav details:

Tannadice Park, Tannadice Street, Dundee, DD3 7JW


15°: Sunny and a gentle breeze.

Match Officials

Referee: Alan Muir

Assistant Referees: David Roome & Graham McNeillie

Fourth Official: Barry Cook

VAR: Steven McLean