Your Kilmarnock v St Johnstone matchday guide

Killie welcome St Johnstone to Rugby Park in our final pre-split Scottish Premiership fixture.

Here’s what you need to know ahead of the game.

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.

Former Killie player Iain Jardine, who played for the club from 1976 until 1980, will help with our Half Time Draw.

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.

Community Hero

Lochlan Murdoch will be presented with tomorrow’s Community Hero trophy. Lochlan will finish his 14-stadium Marathon at Rugby Park on Saturday in a challenge which sees him raise funds for JDRF Scotland, who deal with sufferers of Type 1 Diabetes as well as The Kris Boyd Charity.

You can find out more about his Stadium Marathon Challenge.

Pick Up The Programme

You can buy our new-look matchday programme from your usual sales points around the stadium before Saturday’s match. Our regular sellers will be located across from the Fitness Centre, outside the Sports Bar and around the Dundonald Road end.

Rory McKenzie is Saturday’s Cover Star and you can find out what is packed into your 52-page matchday read.

You can also pre-order a copy of this issue via our partnership with Curtis Sport.