Your Ross County (H) matchday guide
Kilmarnock return to Fortress Rugby Park with the aim of extending this season’s unbeaten home record against Ross County on Saturday 2nd September.
The Blue and White Army are set to turn out in force following a record-breaking week which saw supporters smash through the 5,000 Season Ticket holder mark.
Tickets for the clash will remain on sale right up until kick-off, with John Barnes and Gerry McCabe also getting warmed up to present coverage to international viewers.
Take a look at the key matchday information below.
Tickets are available online right up until kick-off and can also be purchased from the Killie Ticket Office before 2.30pm on matchday. QR codes providing a link to online sales are overtly displayed around the stadium to assist those who wish to purchase tickets upon arrival.
Referee: Kevin Clancy
Assistant Referees: Sean Carr & Colin Drummond
Fourth Official: Colin Drummond
VAR: Greg Aitken
Remembering one of our own
Kilmarnock FC were devastated to learn that dedicated supporter Gordon Stirling had tragically passed away last month at the young age of 23. Following a moving tribute to Gordon at Fir Park last week, the club is once again encouraging supporters to join a 60-second applause on the 23rd minute of Saturday’s match at Rugby Park – somewhere that held a special place in Gordon’s heart.
The Moffat Stand fanzone returns for the new season, opening at 2pm on Saturday. Bring the kids along early to try out the street pitch, inflatable dartboard, Hexagol arena and more!
The Killie Foodbanks team will also be back in position at the rear of the Moffat Stand from 1:30pm to kick-off. The most required items are dried pasta, beans, fruit, soup, custard, rice, veg, spaghetti, cold meat, stew, jam, crisps and pot noodles.
What to wear
The Mighty Ayrshire Killie will be kitted out in their traditional blue and white stripes on Saturday, so make sure you come dressed for the occasion. The Killie Superstore will be open from 10am. You can also shop online – HERE.
Brad Lyons is the cover star of the latest issue of Killie Magazine, as our ‘sudden superstar’ reflects on putting in the hard yards which led him from Coleraine to Killie.
In the week that he secured his first call up to represent the Northern Ireland National team, Brad speaks exclusively about impressing Derek McInnes, solidarity of the squad, and the honour of wearing our captain’s armband.
You can read more about this month’s 66-page special – HERE.
John Barnes is back in the hot seat and will be joined by Scottish Cup winning Assistant Manager, Gerry McCabe. The match will be broadcast to international subscribers who can view coverage as part of their package by logging into Killie TV as normal, while UK subscribers can tune-in for live audio.
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You can subscribe to Killie TV – HERE.
More than 5,112 supporters have secured Season Tickets for the 2023/24 campaign – the highest figure since the early 90s. Join the Blue & White Army – HERE.