Your key Aberdeen v Kilmarnock information
It’s the second Super Killie Away game of the week as we make the trip to the Granite City.
It has been a big week for the Dons as they opened their new Cormack Park training centre and Killie fans can take advantage of special offers for kids tickets as part of Junior Dons Day.
Aberdeen v Kilmarnock: Saturday, November 2, 2019. Kick off 3pm
Aberdeen have confirmed that there will be pay at the gate facilities in operation at the stadium.
U12s – £1 (Ticket comes with a voucher for a complimentary chocolate bar and juice)
U18s – £5
Other Ticketing Categories are as follows;
Adult – £26
Over 65 – £19
Over 75 – £15
18-21 – £15
Follow the match with Killie TV
Unable to make your way north? We’ve got you covered with Killie TV live from Pittodrie with our coverage starting at 2.45pm.
Subscribers outside the UK and Ireland can watch the match with pictures and commentary from Red TV.
UK fans will receive dedicated Killie commentary from Scott McClymont and Alan Cochrane.
Subscribers may notice the Killie TV website looks slightly different to normal due to the application of a new platform for this match. This means anyone signing up to the service for the first time will have to do so before 2.15pm GMT.
Subscribers will then see a countdown clock on the site to the event, this informs them when the video will go live. Once this reaches zero, refresh the page and click “Watch Now”.
We will have pictures and sound live ahead of the match so subscribers can login ahead of the game and if they have any issues, this gives ample time to contact email@example.com for help.
Once the match is finished, the platform will end and the usual site will be back in place.
Killie TV Tips
You will need to switch off or disable your VPN or Proxy if you want to watch the live match. If you have logged on to Kilmarnock TV with it on please switch it off and click retry in the pop-up box.
If you are only getting an audio only video player please try the VPN/Proxy solution.
Modern Android devices and Smart TVs using a full browser should work with KilmarnockTV. If it does not it could be the following,
- Incompatible hardware
- Incompatible browser – modified by the manufacturer or provider
We have tested Chrome cast (versions 2 &3) and if your device can receive the video signal you should be able to chrome cast the browser but not within the video player.
For iOS devices the iOS needs to be 11 or higher please check your device compatibility here, https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT209574
The best way to resolve this is to clear your browser cookies and cache. This is usually within the settings. All passwords will be lost and you will need to type it in again.
Alternatively if you are using a PC or Mac please try a different browser,
For Mac use,
- Safari, Chrome or Firefox
For Windows 7 and above use,
- Microsoft Edge, Chrome or Firefox