Matchday Guide | Ross County (H)
Kilmarnock are back in action on Saturday afternoon, looking to extend their four-match unbeaten run in league and cup competitions. The visitors, Ross County, will make the long trip South for a 3pm kick-off at The BBSP Stadium, Rugby Park.
Video Assistant Referees (VAR)
This weekend, VAR will be used in a Kilmarnock match for the very first time. Dedicated VARs – operating from the centralised Clydesdale House base – will assist on-field referees in the event of a clear and obvious error, or a serious missed incident in relation to goals, mistaken identity, penalty area incidents and straight red cards.
Saturday’s match official is Colin Steven, with Don Robertson leading VAR operations at the Clydesdale House base. You can discover more about how VAR will be utilised below:
Ahead of the first use of VAR in Scottish domestic football this weekend, find out more about how it will be used with our video and Q&A explainers.
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Home fans can buy tickets online, and at the Killie ticket office until 2.45pm on matchday.
- 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)
Supporters should be aware that there will be no cash gates in operation. 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.
UK-based supporters will be able to view the match on a delayed transmission, with the action kicking off at 6pm on BBC ALBA.
International Killie TV subscribers can watch the match live by logging into Killie TV as normal. John Barnes is joined by Robert Reilly on commentary for this one. Please note – Live video coverage of home matches is not available to season ticket holders, only to international KTV subscribers.
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A foodbank collection has been organised by the Killie Trust and Scottish Fans Supporting Foodbanks. 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.
The October edition of the monthly Killie Magazine will be on sale in the Superstore. Pick up a copy to read all about our U18s captain’s ambitions for the future, and discover the inspiration behind this season’s extraordinary third kit, before testing your knowledge on the Killie quiz.
In celebration of our return to Hampden, we’re giving you a glimpse inside this month’s magazine. You can read Kenny Shiels’ in-depth interview about ‘how to compete against the big city clubs’ for free HERE