Matchday Guide | Kilmarnock v Partick Thistle
It’s the first home game of the 2022/23 season and we can’t wait to have you back at the BBSP Stadium, Rugby Park as we face Partick Thistle.
After starting our Premier Sports Cup campaign with a 3-1 win over Fraserburgh, we’re looking to build on those three points with another positive result back at our home.
Here’s the key information ahead of the game (Wednesday, July 13: kick off 7.45pm).
Stadium and Admission Information
We’ve got QR codes located around the stadium, which will take you straight our ticketing site so it couldn’t be easier to get to the game.
Our Ticket Office at Rugby Park is open 12 noon – 6.45pm (For match ticket sales & collections) 6.45pm – 7.45pm (Collections Only).
A reminder to supporters that season tickets are not valid for cup matches. Home end tickets will only be available for the Frank Beattie and East Stand with work ongoing on the Moffat Stand ahead of our return to the Premiership on July 30.
Tickets are priced:
- Adult: £15
- Concessions (Over 65/Student/Under 21): £10
- Under 16: £5
- Under 5: £1
Tickets are non-refundable, non-transferable and T&C’s apply.
If you require assistance, please contact our ticketing team at email@example.com or call 01563 545311.
Supporter Transport Update
We’ve listened to concerns over traffic management on matchdays, especially around the roadway at Dundonald Place onto Dundonald Road. This section is subject to No Waiting on a match day and vehicles may be given a Parking Ticket (Penalty Charge Notices) if they fail to comply.
At the end of the match, please note the carparks (including The Park Hotel) will reopen when Pedestrian traffic is at a minimum and vehicular traffic is safe to move. With a larger crowd anticipated, this could take longer after the conclusion of the match and such vehicular movement would only be on the instruction of a safety steward.
These restrictions also apply to anyone who is dropping off or picking up from the stadium.
All disabled space passes should be requested via Kilmarnock Football Club Disabled Supporters Association (KFCDSA). On matchday, KFCDSA members will have to display their pass in order to get parking.
The Manager’s View
How to Watch
Paul Di Giacomo will join John Barnes on commentary duty for this one and International Killie TV subscribers will be able to watch the match as part of their package and log in as normal on Killie TV.
Should you experience any issues then please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org
The match is being shown live on Premier Sports for viewers inside the UK.