Matchday Guide: Dunfermline (A)
We’re back to business in the cinch Championship, as we make the trip to Fife to face Peter Grant’s Dunfermline at East End Park.
Here’s all the details you need to know ahead of the game.
If you can’t make it to the stadium, Dunfermline are offering a live stream through ParsTV for £12
Killie TV subscribers will receive live commentary with former Killie and Dunfermline marksman Craig Dargo joining Kieran Calderwood for this match.
The Manager’s Preview
Kilmarnock supporters will be housed in the North East Stand for the match, which can be accessed via turnstiles 16-18. Fans are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance, and to arrive early on matchday to avoid queues. Information on how to purchase tickets can be found here.
Dunfermline will be operating a cash gate for Killie fans. This will be in the South Stand East Wing, at turnstiles J+K.
The following pricing applies:
- Adult – £20
- Concessions (Over 60/Student/Under 18) – £14
- Under 12 – £6
We also have a limited number of tickets remaining in the Killie Superstore, available from 10am tomorrow. The shop will only be able to accept cash.
Car Parking & Travel
Supporters buses can park in the North Stand Car Park which is accessed from Halbeath Road, the entrance can be found between the stadium and Macklin Motors. There are disabled parking facilities available in the car park for away supporters. There will be no public car parking available in the North Stand Car Park due to current Covid 19 measures.
There are several council car parks in the town centre, with the closest car park being Leys Park Road, KY12 0AB, which is a free car park.
There is ample on street parking available close to the ground, but we’d ask to be respectful of residents when using street parking, and particularly to avoid parking you car in the Dunfermline Cemetery next to the ground.
There are street lighting replacement works taking place to the east of the stadium on Halbeath Road, so any supporters travelling in the direction should leave extra time for their journey as delays are likely. There are also works taking place at Kincardine which may cause a slight delay with increased weekend traffic.
Hot and cold food and light refreshments are available to purchase from food kiosks located within all stands. (no bottles may be brought into the stadium). Card payments are now accepted at all outlets.