Your Killie v Hibs matchday guide

Hibernian are next up at Rugby Park tomorrow as Kilmarnock look to secure  their second win of the Scottish Premiership campaign. 

It’s sure to be a tasty clash with the men from Easter Road, and another busy day around the ground.

Here’s all the key information you need to know, from food to tickets, we’ve got you covered:

Kilmarnock v Hibernian, Saturday 14 August, 2019 – Kick Off 3:00pm

Admission Information:

Home supporters can buy in advanced online

Killie fans wishing to purchase tickets on Saturday can also do so at The Killie Shop from 10am and then from the Ticket Office from 12.30pm up until kick-off. Cards are accepted at both the Killie Shop and the Ticket Office.

Additional ticket pods outside the East Stand will also be in operation for fans wishing to sit in this stand. Please note that these ticket pods will be cash only.

Tickets for the Hibs end will be available from the former KFC Fitness Centre on Rugby Road from 2pm. Please note this is cash only.

Prices are as follow:

Adults: £22

Concession: £17 (Over 65s, U21 and students)

U16s: £5

What’s going on around the ground?

Our hugely popular Fan Zone will be running behind the Moffat Stand.

There’s plenty for young Killie fans to enjoy: they can have a kick about on our street soccer pitch or test their footwork with our Hexagol facility.

There’s plenty more to enjoy with our Killie community team; so if you’re wee one is in the Moffat Stand, come and see us!

Pre-match refreshments

The Sports Bar will be open from 11am for fans, and please remember cards can be used for payment in our tea bars.

The programme

Priced at £3, you can pick up the matchday programme from our various vendors around Rugby Park, or you can order online from our friends at Curtis Sport.

Our matchday programme is packed full of exclusive Killie content you won’t find anywhere else. We’ve got an interview with new recruit Dario Del Fabro as he reflects on his superb debut against St. Johnstone and crossing swords with Manuel Pascali in Italy.

We also take a trip back in time, as club historian John Livingstone tells the tale of our legendary Fairs Cup encounter with Eintrach Frankfurt.

We’ll also hear from the manager, and find out who Alex Bruce would invite to his dinner party in our ‘5 Dream Dinner Guests’ feature. It’s not to be missed!

Travel info: 

Supporters can take advantage of 50% off all Stagecoach Dayrider tickets to and from the game. Full information about our partnership can be found here

Killie TV

We’ll be live from Rugby Park with coverage starting at 2.45pm.

International subscribers can watch the match live while fans inside the UK and Ireland can get dedicated Killie commentary from Alan Cochrane and Andy Bargh.

You can sign up to Killie TV now. Anyone experiencing any issues should contact