Your Aberdeen (A) Matchday Guide

Kilmarnock will make the trip North to face Aberdeen under the Pittodrie floodlights on Wednesday 6th December.

Derek McInnes returns to challenge former club Aberdeen with 700 matches now under his belt, having past a major milestone at the weekend.

Tickets for the 7.45pm kick-off are available from the Killie Ticket Office, with a total attendance of around 9000 supporters expected.

Take a look at key matchday details below.

Entry information

Tickets are available to purchase from the Killie Ticket Office. Supporters unable to attend the ticket office in person should contact the ticketing team via phone or email.

You can find full ticket information – HERE.

Supporters buses

Supporters buses should utilise the Golf Road car park.


5 °: 10% chance of showers. Approx. winds: 15-28 mph.

Match officials

Referee: Matthew MacDermid

Assistant Referees: Alan Mulvanny & David Dunne

Fourth Official: Iain Snedden

VAR: Don Robertson

AVAR: David Roome

Comments from the camp

Speaking ahead of the match, Brad Lyons stated that the full squad is desperate to play their part in quickly bouncing back from the disappointment of last weekend’s result.

“The games come thick and fast: you’ve not got long to wait to make up for it. I think the turnover is brilliant, actually.

“Yes, we’re disappointed about Saturday but we don’t have to let it linger all week. We pick ourselves up, come back in, recover, train right and then look forward to Aberdeen.

“We’ll debrief and look at the positives, look at the negatives, but all focus is on Aberdeen and hopefully we can correct a lot of things from Saturday.

You can read more – HERE.

Killie Magazine

The final Killie Magazine edition of 2023 is guaranteed to keep you entertained on the road up North.

The latest cover star is Lewis Mayo who discusses his life away from the pitch, which has included a recent venture into the kitchen to sharpen his cooking skills.

You can also catch up with Clyde loanee Kian Leslie about a landmark Man of the Match performance in front of the BBC cameras, while on-form Lauryn Reside discusses a transition to the wing which saw her become a regular on the scoresheet for Kilmarnock WFC.

Priced at £4, you can grab a copy from the Killie Superstore.

Killie Superstore

The Killie Superstore is your first stop for festive shopping in December, with extended opening hours ensuring that your family celebrate a blue and white Christmas this year.

From Christmas jumpers to calendars and gnomes, there’s something to suit every taste. You can find the Superstore’s festive opening hours – 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.

Audio coverage will be brought to you courtesy of RedTV, with John Barnes returning to the commentary box on Sunday.

Should you experience any issues, please get in touch with

You can subscribe to Killie TV – HERE.


Supporters based in the UK & Ireland can also watch the action live by purchasing a pay-per-view pass via RedTV. More information can be found – HERE.