Your St Johnstone (A) Matchday Guide

Kilmarnock will travel to Perth for the club’s first midweek fixture of the league campaign, scheduled to kick-off at 7.45pm on Wednesday 1st November.

Tickets for the match are available online, with a cash gate also set to be in operation at McDiarmid Park.

The game will be broadcast live to international Killie TV customers, while UK-based subscribers can tune-in for audio presented by John Barnes and Kevin McGowne.

Take a look at key matchday information below.

Entry information

Ticketing details for the match can be found – HERE.

Away supporters should enter the stadium via turnstiles 5-7, with turnstile 6 operating as a cash gate.

Travel information

Parking will be available at the stadium, subject to a fee of £5 for cars; buses remain free of charge.

Travelling fans will be accommodated to the west side of the all-weather pitch. Please enter via the away support entrance, located behind the North Stand.

Upon your return journey, please be aware that the Kingston Bridge in Glasgow will close to traffic between 10pm and 6am.

Comments from the camp

Ahead of the match, Derek McInnes insisted that, while he’s pleased with the team’s recent form, it’s too early to be taking much notice of league positioning:

“You don’t want to get too obsessed with the league table at this moment in time, but while we’re there let’s hang about as long as possible. I think we’re just looking for a bit more again and we’ll keep pushing the demands on the team. I want them to keep pushing their own individual performances.”

“Right across the board there have been improvements. I think you can see improvements in the squad, and there’s improvements in terms of wins, clean sheets, goals scored and points. There’s a lot we can be pleased about, but I still think there’s a bit more to come.”

You can listen to the full pre-match press conference for free on Kilmarnock FC’s YouTube channel – HERE.


8°: Light rain showers and a moderate breeze.

Match Officials

Referee: Calum Scott

Assistant Referees: Frank Connor & Craig Ferguson

Fourth Official: Alan Muir

VAR: William Collum

AVAR: Andrew McWilliam

Show your colours

Killie are set to wear their red and navy away kit, inspired by Sir Alexander Fleming’s world-changing discovery of Penicillin. Kyle Vassell recently attended Kilmarnock Academy to discuss the chemistry of the kit. You can find out more – HERE.

Killie TV

John Barnes will be partnered by Scottish Cup winner Kevin McGowne in the McDiarmid Park commentary box. The match will be broadcast live to international viewers, while UK subscribers can tune-in for live audio. You can subscribe to Killie TV – HERE.

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Dress for a cold one
Get kitted out for the stands by picking up one of the brand-new hoodies from the OffxSpringz range. The latest collection incorporates iconic club colours, combined to form an exclusive Killie camo palette.

You can shop the range in the Killie Superstore and online – HERE.