Your guide to our Viaplay Cup last-16 tie

Kilmarnock clash against Celtic in the last-16 of the 2023/24 Viaplay League Cup on Sunday, having previously met at the semi-final stage of the competition last season.

Tickets for the cup tie will be available to home supporters until 12.30pm on matchday. Take a look at the key matchday information below:

Ticket information

Season pass holders have been issued a link via email which can be used to secure tickets for friends and family. Meanwhile, non-season pass holders that have purchased two or more home end tickets from the club in the past four years can secure their seats directly from the ticketing team before 12.30pm on Sunday.

You can find full ticket information – HERE.

Entry information

Please note that turnstiles NE1/NE2 will not be in operation this weekend.

Supporters are encouraged to read a reminder of safety information relating to pyrotechnics – HERE.


19°: light rain showers and a moderate breeze.

Match officials

Referee: Alan Muir

Assistant Referees: Frank Connor & Colin Drummond

Fourth Official: Euan Anderson

VAR: Don Robertson

What to wear

The Mighty Ayrshire Killie will be kitted out in their traditional blue and white stripes on Sunday, so make sure you come dressed for the occasion. Fit for the streets and the stands, the Killie LTD collection is your alternative matchday apparel. You can shop the range – HERE.

Family Fanzone 

The Moffat Stand family fanzone opens at 2pm on matchday. Bring the kids along early to try out the street pitch, inflatable dartboard, Hexagol arena and more!

Foodbank collection

The Killie Foodbanks team will be back in position at the rear of the Moffat Stand from 1.30pm until kick-off. The most in-demand items are dried pasta, beans, fruit, soup, custard, rice, veg, spaghetti, cold meat, stew, jam, crisps and pot noodles.

Live coverage

The match will be streamed live by Viaplay, with coverage starting at 2.30pm. You can subscribe – HERE.

Killie TV

He’s blue, he’s white…Frazer Wright is preparing for his Rugby Park return on Sunday, having enjoyed a six-year spell with the club between 2005-2011.

The match will be broadcast to international subscribers, while UK subscribers can tune-in for live audio. Should you experience any issues, please get in touch with

You can subscribe to Killie TV – HERE.

Killie Magazine

Featuring an unmissable pull-out poster and must-have 2023/24 fixture list, you can grab the official magazine’s League Cup supplement ahead of kick-off. Hurry, only a handful of copies are available – priced at just £3.

Killie Nation

The voice of Rugby Park, Elliot Boyce, will be speaking to the Killie Nation at The Park Hotel ahead of kick-off. Keep an eye out for Elliot or tune-in to the club’s Instagram Story to hear the thoughts of fellow supporters throughout the day.

Comments from the camp

Previewing the tie on Thursday, Derek McInnes said: “We are a team that can win a cup; we’ve got to say that, and we’ve got to feel it. We want to try and leave our mark on the club by being a successful cup team. Somebody has got to win it.”

You can watch the full press conference – HERE.