Ticket Ballot for Premiership Play-Off

We will be able to have 500 Killie fans at the BBSP Stadium, Rugby Park for our home Premiership Play-Off against Dundee on Monday, May 24 following discussions with the local Safety Advisory Group.

Season Pass holders for 2020/21 and Privileged Seat Holders will automatically be entered into our ballot, which will take place on Wednesday, May 19.

Those selected from the ballot will be contacted by the club on Wednesday and anyone unable to attend should confirm this by 12pm on Thursday, May 20.

Tickets are non-transferable and supporters will be housed in the East Stand of the stadium.

We thank all our fans for their fantastic support throughout the season and look forward to welcoming you back home.

If you have any questions and queries, remember you can contact our slo@kilmarnockfc.co.uk

How has the capacity been set?

Following today’s meeting with the Safety Advisory Group for the Ayrshire and Arran District (comprised of representatives from East Ayrshire Council, Police Scotland, Scottish Fire Service, Environmental Health and the Kilmarnock FC Safety Team), they have classified Monday’s match as “an educational event”.

The decision to allow 500 fans to attend is based on the risk posed by new variants in surrounding areas.

Why is it only the East Stand that is available?

Due to the capacity set by the authorities, it makes sense from an organizational and financial point of view to operate with one single stand. 

What happens if I’m successful in the ballot?

If you are successful then you will be contacted by our Ticket Office on Wednesday, May 19 using the details we hold for you on our database. Your ticket will be an e-ticket QR code, which can be shown on your smartphone via email or the TicketCo wallet app.

You will then receive detailed admission information about what to expect on matchday. If you do not have a smartphone or printing facilities at home then contact tickets@kilmarnockfc.co.uk

If you cannot attend the match then please let us know on by 12pm on Thursday, May 20 to allow us to reallocate the ticket. Please note that tickets are non-transferable and fans should bring a form of identification along to the match.

I live in a Level 3 area, will I be allowed to attend?

In line with Scottish Government guidelines, supporters living in a Level 3 area should not leave this area and unfortunately you will not be allowed to attend this match.

Will I still have access to watch the game via my virtual season pass?

Yes all Season Pass holders and International Killie TV subscribers will be able to watch the match as normal on Killie TV.

Due to the match being shown live on Sky Sports, we are unable to offer Pay Per View.