Your Kilmarnock v Rangers matchday guide

We bring down the curtain on the 2018/19 season with Sunday’s finale against Rangers at Rugby Park.

Here’s what you need to know ahead of the game: Kilmarnock v Rangers, Sunday May 19, 3pm

Admission Information

This is an all-ticket match and tickets must be bought in advance from The Killie Shop.

Killie fans can buy a Moffat Stand Ticket, priced Adults £27, Concession (Over 65s, U21s and Students) £19 and U16s £10.

Existing Moffat Stand Season Ticket holders able to take advantage of reduced rates Adult £15, Concession (Over 65s, U21s and Students) £10 and U16 £5.

Matchday Entertainment

Our KCST team have increased activity inside and outside the Moffat Stand to keep you entertained before the match.

We’ll have face painters, balloon artists and Keepie Uppy King Graeme Lightbody outside the Moffat Stand for all supporters while fans with Moffat Stand ticket holders can enjoy extra activities inside the Moffat Stand area.

Our KCST team will give you the chance to play on one of our two Street Soccer pitches, our Hexagol facility as well as inflatable Pool and Darts and an inflatable Speed Cage.

Entry to this area starts at 1.45pm to coincide with turnstiles opening so get along early and join in the fun.

After The Game

We want you to stay in the stands after the final whistle to see our players and management take part in the traditional end of season Lap of Honour before a few words from manager Steve Clarke.

We pride ourselves on the good behaviour of Kilmarnock fans both at home and at away grounds and we are urging supporters to maintain those high standards before, during and after Sunday’s game.

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.

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.

Innes Cameron is Sunday’s Feature Interview as he looks ahead to his future with Killie while we have a range of features, quizzes and news inside your 52-page matchday read.

You can order your copy of the programme online thanks to our friends at Curtis Sport.