Your Kilmarnock v Livingston matchday guide

We’re back in Scottish Premiership action after the international break as Gary Holt returns to Rugby Park with his Livingston side.

With a range of activities and elements to enjoy around the stadium, here’s your ultimate matchday guide.

Kilmarnock v Livingston: Saturday, October 19. Kick Off 3pm

Admission Information

Home supporters can buy in advanced online right up until kick off.

Killie fans wishing to purchase tickets on Saturday can also do so at The Killie Shop and from the Ticket Office up until kick-off with cash and card accepted at both these points.

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 Livingston end will be available from the former KFC Fitness Centre on Rugby Road. Please note this is cash only.

Prices – £22 Adult, £17 Concession (Over 65, U21 and Students), £5 U16s

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.

Our Killie Community team will welcome over 200 kids from Dreghorn Primary School as well as a selection of boys football teams too. 

Foodbank Collection Leaflets

Leaflets will also be handed out to raise awareness of next weekend’s Foodbank Collection will be distributed around the ground before kick off.

Find out full information about our partnership with The Killie Trust on this project.

 Pre-match Refreshments

Why not get ready for the afternoon’s main action by taking a trip to the newly revamped Killie Club?

Open from 11am, you can take in the day’s lunchtime matches with Everton facing West Ham United while Blackburn and Huddersfield face off in the Championship.

Pop in with your friends after our match and dissect all the action over a drink of your choice.

Pick Up The Programme

Fresh from his all-action Scotland debut, Saturday’s cover star Stuart Findlay talks to us about fulfilling his childhood dream, his Killie defensive partners and being the man of the moment.

We pay tribute to a much-loved member of our 1965 title-winning squad Joe Mason as well as three club employees who together gave over a century of service to Killie.

We’ve also got all your usual favourite features too so pick up a copy around the ground or order a copy through our friends at Curtis Sport. 

Getting to the Ground

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.    


Supporters should note that there is planned resurfacing work in Kilmarnock over the next few weeks. Fans coming to the game via the Bellfield interchange, should know that Hurlford Road will be affected by these works.

Additionally, Holmquarry Road, a popular spot for away team coaches, will be another road affected. We recommend Burnside and Shaw Street for parking

Follow the match with 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, Andy Bargh and Andrew Gray.

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