Your Kilmarnock v Aberdeen matchday guide

It’s the start of our Top Six campaign as Aberdeen come to down and here’s your guide to everything going on at Rugby Park this Saturday.

Kilmarnock v Aberdeen: Saturday, April 20, 3pm

Admission Information

Cash turnstiles will be in operation on the day while supporters can also purchase tickets in advance at The Killie Shop or Killie Zone.

As usual the visiting supporters will be located in the Chadwick Stand.

East / Frank Beattie / Chadwick

Adults £22
Concessions (Over 65, Under 21 and Students) £17
Under 16s £5

Moffat – QTS Family Stand
QTS Family Ticket (2 adults and 2 U16s) £48
Adults £20
Concessions (Over 65, Under 21 and Students) £15
Under 16s £5

Matchday Entertainment  

Supporters with tickets for the Moffat Stand can join our KCST Community Team and play on our Street Soccer pitch, try our Hexagol facility as well as other entertainment.

The QTS Family Area and all associated activities will be available from turnstiles opening around 2pm until ten minutes before kick off.

Getting to the Ground

Supporters can get 50% off all Dayrider tickets to, from or within Kilmarnock with Stagecoach West Scotland.

To qualify, supporters simply need to show their Kilmarnock FC season ticket or a valid match ticket to the driver as they board on match day to receive 50% off one of Stagecoach West Scotland’s Dayrider tickets.

Find out more about the partnership and how you can take advantage.

Food And Drink

The Sports Bar will open for pre-match refreshments from 11am while The Park Hotel, located in the stadium grounds, is open for food and drink.

Our tea bars accept card payments so you can reduce the amount of cash you need to carry in your pocket.

Matchday Mascots

We’re delighted to welcome Jack and Ewan McFarland as well as Gordon McGregor as today’s mascots.

Jack and Gregor’s favourite player is Eamonn Brophy while Ewan is a fan of our club captain Kris Boyd.

Pick Up The Programme

You can pick up our matchday programme from our regular sales points around the stadium, including across from the Fitness Centre, outside the Sports Bar and around the Dundonald Road end.

Liam Millar is Saturday’s Cover Star and discusses life at Liverpool FC, what he’s learned during his time at Killie and being at the forefront of Canadian Soccer.