in #KillieStories December 13, 2018
Over 1000 tickets have been donated by Kilmarnock FC directors to help young members of Ayrshire community groups attend our home matches in December.
As part of our regular community engagement programme for every home match, the tickets have been donated by the club to the Kilmarnock Community Sports Trust (KCST). These are being used to encourage the next generation of local youngsters to Be Part of the Passion and support their local team.
A total of 523 youngsters packed into the Moffat Stand to see Steve Clarke's side light up Rugby Park with a scintillating display of attacking football while securing a 3-0 victory over Hibernian.
The directors have also joined in to match numerous acts of festive generosity by our supporters in donating tickets for this Saturday's game with Dundee.
Around 540 match tickets have been made available to community groups, children and parents.
We’d like to give a big Rugby Park welcome to Stewarton Annick 2007, Kilwinning Football Academy City 2004s, Tass Girls, Dean Thistle 2008, Crosshouse Boys 2010, Irvine Sea Cadets, Cumnock Juniors Youth 2005s, KFA Spartans 2012s, Dean Thistle 2010 and Cunningham Colts 2007s.Also give a big shout out to Shortlees FC 2008s, Irvine Meadow 2006s, Troon Thistle 2009s and 2011s as well as Girvan Juniors 2005s and Kilwinning Football Academy Lions.
We hope all Kilmarnock supporters attending Saturday's game enjoy a fun day and get right behind the team.