Kilmarnock game info

Ticket Prices for Betfred Cup
Ayr United v Kilmarnock, Friday 14th July, 7.45 p.m. kick off

Prices for Admission
Adults: £12
Concessions £6 (over 65s, under 18s and students)
Students must show a valid matriculation card or proof of acceptance to a course.

Ticket Purchase
Due to a problem with ticket printing, for these tickets to Ayr fans, these tickets have been slightly delayed. They will be on sale during the week commencing June 26th and we will confirm immediately we know the exact date.

Due to the delay there will be no priority sale for season ticket holders as we expect season tickets and tickets for that match to be on sale at roughly the same time however we expect to be able to accomodate all our supporters who would like a ticket for this match

Season Tickets

Season tickets for 2017/18 season will go on sale from 12 noon on Monday 26th June from the club shop.

Season tickets come under four different price categories this season.

Adults which are £220.

Concession which are £120 and covers OAPs (over 65s), full time students and 18-21 year olds.

Junior which are £50 and covers 12-18 year olds.

Panda pals which are £15 and covers under 12s

We would ask that you bring ID when purchasing a season ticket.

Last season we reduced the prices for 2 home league matches and the season ticket still proved fantastic value. We will always ensure this is the case as we greatly value our season ticket holders. This season, for the first time, season ticket holders will receive £10 off when purchasing match day hospitality. We will also run a couple of prize draws at games during the season for our season ticket holders.

We are also continuing our discount for season ticket holders meaning that they will be able to purchase a season long access to AUmedia internet radio match commentary for only £20 ( a 50% reduction)

We apologise for the slight delay this season in having these on sale however your support as always will be hugely appreciated as we aim to bounce straight back to the Championship.

Due to the club shop changeover season tickets will not initially be available to purchase online however phone orders can be taken and the season ticket picked up in the shop with the relevant ID

Gate prices for next season will be confirmed prior to the tickets going on sale.

Season tickets cover league matches only.

Jamie signs new deal

Jamie Adams has penned a new deal for the 2017/18 season.

Manager Ian McCall said :” Jamie has been different class for me and you can always trust him when he plays. I hear people mention about his injuries and of course he has had some horrific luck with injuries in his career however he has played 50 games for us in the last two seasons.

There are certain types of games Jamie will be absolutely crucial for us. When you think back to the second leg of the play off final it was Jamie and Peter Murphy that carried us through that match with their mentality and strength of will.

Jamie is fantastic in the dressing room, respected by all his fellow team mates and is a hugely important member of the squad.”

Robbie signs new deal

Robbie Crawford today penned a full time deal for the 2017/18 season.

Robbie said :”I am pleased that it’s all sorted now. I have to thank the gaffer for giving me some time to think as I had a few other options however he made it clear to me how much he wanted to me to stay and with the club going full time it was an easy decision to make.

I was impressed with the signings that we have made as well. Obviously I know Moff and Geggsy as I have played with them here before and I have played against Chris Higgins so I know how difficult he is to play against.”

Manager Ian McCall said :”I am delighted that Robbie has decided to stay as there was interest at a higher level from 2 or 3 different clubs, which was no surprise to me. He has shown his commitment and we are thrilled with that. I felt Robbie was one of the best midfielders in the Championship at times last season and if it wasn’t for the horrendous tackle at Easter Road I think we would have found it extremely difficult to hold onto him.

Craig McGuffie has made the decision to take a year out of university and go full time so he has been given a full time contract on improved terms. We have very high hopes for Craig and full time training will only improve him.

We are very close to finalising the contracts for Greg Fleming and Paddy Boyle. Greg is extremely important to us and although he wont be able to commit to every training session he is going to be able to do a more than adequate amount.

Paddy is absolutely proven in this league, the last twice he has been in it he has been in the team of the year. He is experienced, great in the dressing room and would be a big player for us. Paddy would be on a completely full time basis.

We are still working on getting another couple in, finances will dictate whether that’s possible but I would certainly like to add a couple more to the squad.”