Your guide to the first Super Killie Away day of the season

Kilmarnock will travel to challenge Dunfermline Athletic at East End Park in the club’s second Viaplay League Cup group stage match, which will kick-off at 3pm on Saturday 22nd July.

Around 600 travelling supporters are set to make the journey to Fife for the first Super Killie Away day of the season. New signing Lewis Mayo is in line to make his return, while the club’s penicillin inspired away kit is also set to make its debut.

Key matchday details can be found below.

Entry information

Tickets are now available to purchase online, with a cash gate also set to be in operation on matchday. Away fans will be housed in the East Stand, accessible via turnstiles 10-15.


  • Adults: £12
  • Concessions* (Over-65/Under-18/FTE Student/Unemployed/Ambulant): £6
  • Wheelchair disabled: £6

Supporters are encouraged to bring evidence of concession, which may be requested upon entry.

Supporters bus parking

It is recommended that supporters’ busses park in the North Stand car park, which provides easy access to the stadium. Parking costs £7 for busses and £2 for cars.

Pre-match entertainment

Located at East End Park’s main stand, the Legends Bar welcomes both home and away supporters. The bar is set to open at 11.30am on matchday.


For supporters unable to attend, the match will also be available to view on Pars TV. Game passes can be secured for £9 – HERE.

Killie Magazine

Packed full with 66 pages of exclusive interviews and features, Killie Magazine is your perfect reading material for the trip up to Fife. You can read all about the season opening special – HERE.

An away kit debut

The 23/24 away kit is set to make its highly anticipated debut this weekend. The unique design is inspired by the world-changing discovery of penicillin, made by renowned scientist Sir Alexander Fleming who studied in the town. You can read about the chemistry of the kit – HERE.


14°: light rain and a gentle breeze.

Match Officials

Referee: Euan Anderson

Assistant Referees: Douglas Ross & John McCrossan

Comments from the camp

Previewing the match on Friday, Derek McInnes commented: “It will be a tough game for us, there’s no doubt about it. It’s a test for us away from home against a team in the Championship who’ve just won promotion. James and Dave Mackay have done an excellent job. They’ll be setting about the task of making sure Dunfermline are competing again at the top end of the table.

“From our point of view, I think it’s important that we go and attack the fixture as much as we can. It will be a good test for us, but equally I want us to be a test for them. It’s got the feeling of a good cup tie, even at this early stage of the season.”

You can listen to the full interview – HERE.