Your Hibs (H) Matchday Guide
It’s time to get back down to business after the international break!
Hibernian make the trip over from the capital, led by new manager Nick Montgomery who takes charge of his side for the first time.
The Blue & White Army are once again set to turn out in force, with a total attendance of more than 6,000 expected.
Tickets for the clash will remain on sale right up until kick-off, with John Barnes and Gerry McCabe also getting warmed up to present broadcast coverage to international Killie TV subscribers.
Take a look at the key matchday information below.
Tickets are available online right up until kick-off and can also be purchased from the Killie Ticket Office before 2.30pm on matchday. QR codes providing a link to online sales are overtly displayed around the stadium to assist those who wish to purchase tickets upon arrival.
Please note that turnstiles NE1/NE2 will not be in operation.
Referee: David Dickinson
Assistant Referees: Jonathan Bell & John Stewart
Fourth Official: Alastair Grieve
VAR: Steven McLean
Comments from the camp
Speaking on Friday afternoon, Derek McInnes said: “The aim we’ve set the players going into the next international break is ‘can we be a team in a semi-final of the League Cup, and can we be a team sitting in the top six’. The challenge is there for us in the next few games, and that starts tomorrow.”
You can listen to the full press conference – HERE.
The Moffat Stand fanzone returns this weekend, opening at 2pm on matchday. Bring the kids along early to try out the street pitch, inflatable dartboard, Hexagol arena and more!
The Killie Foodbanks team will also be back in position at the rear of the Moffat Stand from 1:30pm to kick-off. Any donations will be very warmly welcomed.
On a yellow?
Supporters should note that new council parking enforcements are in place around surrounding areas of Rugby Park. Parking on double yellow lines may result in a fixed penalty notice.
What to wear
The Mighty Ayrshire Killie will adorn the traditional blue and white stripes on Saturday, so make sure you come dressed for the occasion. The Killie Superstore will be open from 10am. You can also shop online – HERE.
Brad Lyons is the cover star of the latest issue of Killie Magazine, as our ‘sudden superstar’ reflects on putting in the hard yards which led him from Coleraine to Killie.
You can read more about what’s inside this month’s 66-page special – HERE.
Add a European twist to your pre-match meal by dropping into the new Gyros kiosk located behind the Moffat Stand.
John Barnes is back in the hot seat and will be joined by Scottish Cup winning Assistant Manager, Gerry McCabe. 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.
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You can subscribe to Killie TV – HERE.
More than 5,112 supporters have secured Season Tickets for the 2023/24 campaign – the highest figure since the early 90s. There’s still time to join the Blue & White Army, – HERE.