Matchday Guide | Hibernian (A)

Kilmarnock will travel to the capital in search of an all-important away win against Hibernian at Easter Road on Saturday 11th November.

Tickets for the clash remain available online, with Killie TV coverage set to be presented by John Barnes and Tom Callaghan.

Take a look at the key matchday details below.

Entry and payment information

Tickets for the 3pm kick-off are available to purchase online – HERE.

Supporters are reminded that Easter Road is a cashless stadium, with card-only payments accepted at kiosks in the ground.

Comments from the camp

Speaking on Wednesday, the manager said: “I’m really looking forward to the game. I thought physically it was a big effort from a lot of players who went through three games in six days last week. What wasn’t in question was the sheer determination of the team to get that win at the weekend. I thought we were terrific in that sense here and thoroughly deserved the three points. Hopefully I’m saying something similar on Saturday after the game.”

You can read more – HERE.

Match Officials

Referee: David Dickinson

Assistant Referees: Jonathan Bell & Alan Mulvanny

Fourth Official: Scott Lambie

VAR: Greg Aitken

AVAR: Duncan Williams

Sat Nav details:

12 Albion Place, Edinburgh, EH7 5QG

Travel information

Please allow extra time to travel as there are temporary traffic lights in place on Abbey Lane. These are causing delays through Montrose Terrace and London Road – adjacent to each other and on route to the stadium.


7°: Precipitation is not expected.

Killie Magazine

The latest edition of Killie Magazine is packed full of content for fans of all ages. Featuring exclusive insight and interviews, the 67-pager is now available from the Killie Superstore.

Hurry, copies of past editions have completely sold out! You can take a peak inside the cover – HERE.

Killie TV

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 delivered by John Barnes and Tom Callaghan. You can subscribe to Killie TV – HERE.

Should you experience any issues, please get in touch with

Dress for the occasion

Get kitted out for the cold months ahead by picking up your Killie essentials. Choose from a brand-new collection of OffxSpringz hoodies, featuring the unique Killie camo colour palette.

You can shop the range online – HERE.

Supporter safety – pyrotechnics

The club firmly reminds home and away supporters that use of pyrotechnics inside stadiums is illegal. If even found carrying pyrotechnics or flares, you may be subject to a Police Scotland investigation.

Pyrotechnics and flares can cause severe burns, damage to hearing, sight loss and breathing difficulties. They can be distressing for some groups, especially those with small children.

If you are found to be in possession or caught on CCTV with such items, you will be excluded from the stadium and potentially, if convicted, excluded from all stadia in Scotland.

Kilmarnock FC may also be subject of a penalty due to your actions.