Matchday Guide | Hibernian (H)

Kilmarnock welcome Hibernian to the BBSP Stadium, Rugby Park on Saturday afternoon as Lee Johnson’s side travel from the capital for the final fixture before the World Cup break.

Comments from the camp

Ben Chrisene, Calum Waters and Scott Robinson miss out as they continue their recovery, while Christian Doidge is ineligible to play against his parent club. Ryan Alebiosu is expected to shake off a knock from midweek.

Speaking on Friday afternoon, Derek McInnes said: “Today, we just really focused on Hibs and the importance of us bouncing into Rugby Park tomorrow, making sure that we’re ready to be at our best come three o’clock. If we can be the best version of ourselves, we’ll give ourselves a chance to win the game – there’s no doubt about that.”

You can listen to the manager discuss pre-match preparations, Danny Armstrong’s new contract and the team’s schedule for the World Cup break in the full interview below.

Ticket Information

Tickets for the fixture are available to purchase online and at the Killie ticket office. Admission is by eTicket only and there will be no cash gates. QR codes providing a link to online tickets will be overtly displayed around the stadium to assist those who wish to purchase tickets on arrival.



  • 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 is FOC)

To purchase ambulant and carer tickets, please contact the ticketing team on or 01563 545311

Entry information

Supporters should note that turnstiles NE1 & NE2 on Rugby Road (access to East Stand) will not be in use. Access to the East Stand is via the Dundonald Place entrance only.

It is recommended that supporters arrive in plenty of time to ensure that you are in position for the minute’s silence.

Remembrance weekend

A minute’s silence will be held prior to kick-off to allow teams, match officials and supporters to pay their respects on Remembrance Weekend.

Thanks to the club’s partnership with ‘MatchWornShirt’, supporters will have the opportunity to bid for the jersey’s worn in the match, with all proceeds donated to Poppyscotland. You can place a bid when the auctions begin at kick-off – bid here

The club’s Remembrance Day service will be held on Sunday, 13 November. Commencing at 1pm, Club Chaplain, Reverend James McNay, will lead proceedings at Rugby Park’s Memorial Garden, located between the Moffat and Frank Beattie stands.

Foodbank collection

Organised by the Killie Trust and Scottish Fans Supporting Foodbanks, this weekend will see the final foodbank collection until after the World Cup break, so please donate generously. Your donations are vitally important to ensuring that struggling foodbanks have enough supplies to meet the ever-growing demands during this cost-of-living crisis. The collection point at the rear of the Moffat Stand will open at 1.30pm and every donation is greatly appreciated.

Killie Magazine

Remember to grab a copy of the November edition of the monthly magazine in our superstore before heading into the ground. Take a look back at this month’s ‘classic match’ as we rewind to a 6-2 win over Hibs in April 2003. You can also get to know Kilmarnock Women’s midfielder Abby Robinson through a quickfire Q&A, and challenge yourself with this month’s Killie quiz.

Killie TV

The match will be broadcast to international subscribers who will be able to watch the match as part of their package by logging into Killie TV as normal. John Barnes will be joined by Gerry McCabe on commentary for this match.

Should you experience any issues, then please get in touch with


14°: a slight breeze: cloudy with a 14% chance of rain, decreasing slightly as the game progresses.

Match Officials

Referee: David Dickinson

Assistants: Douglas Ross & Dougie Potter

Fourth Official: Calum Scott

VAR: Mike Roncone & John McCrossan