Kilmarnock F.C.


Stadium Information


Kilmarnock F.C.


Rugby Park




Club / Stadium Contact for Disabled Supporters


Telephone number

+44 (0)1563 537522

Email address

Website address

Disabled Supporters Group

Contact Name

Telephone number

Email address

Website address

Access Information for Disabled Supporters

Getting there and Parking


The closest international airport is Glasgow. Stagecoach Group is the main transport provider in the town; it operates bus services to most major towns in the west of Scotland. Kilmarnock also has its own railway station which operates services from the town to all major locations in Scotland and as far as Carlisle and Newcastle in England.


There are 19 accessible parking spaces at the stadium, close to the entrance. Parking permits need to be obtained from the DSA. These parking spaces are stewarded on match days.

Getting a Ticket


Tickets can be obtained from the KFCDSA, contact

Spectator Viewing areas


Wheelchair userThere are 21 spaces available for home-supporting wheelchair users located in the Moffat & Frank Beattie Stands. Seats are at pitch side and views can be obstructed. Personal Assistants can be seated adjacent.

There are an additional 7 seats for away-supporting wheelchair users located in the Chadwick Stand. These are also at pitch side and views can be obstructed. Personal Assistants can sit adjacent.


Blind and aprtially sightedThere are 10 spaces for blind and partially sighted supporters located in the Frank Beattie Stand. Seats are sheltered and sightlines are good. Guide dogs are permitted in the stadium.



Ambualnt disabledThere are 128 seats for ambulant disabled supporters located in the Frank Beattie Stand. Sightlines are good, there are no obstructed views and Personal Assistants can be seated adjacent.



There are accessible refreshment kiosks available with lowered counters.


There are 5 toilets in the home section, 2 in the Moffat Stand and 1 Frank Beattie Stand. There is level access to all the toilets, with grab rails and sufficient space for a wheelchair user and Personal Assistant.


There are an additional 2 toilets in the home section behind the Chadwick Stand. A key is required to get into the toilets, they are stewarded.



There is an audio descriptive commentary service available in the stadium, and there are 5 headsets to loan. These can be obtained from the KFCDSA.

Useful Publications and Policies


For further guidance, please refer to 'Access for All' - the UEFA and CAFE Good Practice Guide to Creating an Accessible Stadium and Matchday Experience, available in 13 different languages here.


For the detailed CAFE stadia report please click here.

Wheelchair user seating area

Wheelchair user seating area

Accessible seating areas should be inclusive with fellow supporters

More Stadium Photos

Sightlines from wheelchair user seating area

Sightlines from wheelchair user seating area

Sightlines from wheelchair user seating area



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William Paterson

Match: Kilmarnock v Rangers 20/11/2010

Published: 3/6/2013


A visit to Kilmarnock is normally the longest distance I have to travel for a domestic game, a round trip of over 460 miles but nevertheless it''s probably it one of my favourite away games. I''m normally located in the Chadwick Stand though I was once in the Moffat Stand end but the facilities are identical. An postive aspect about the disabled facilities is that they are sheltered from the elements not always in place at Scottish football grounds. I think both sections each hold about 15 wheelchairs and carers.


Of course no trip to Kilmarnock is complete without a Kille pie, the food kiosks are to the rear of the stand at ground level and therefore are very accessible though there is no dedicated wheelchair counter.The queues can be quite long in length however there are ample staff at the kiosks and the queues move pretty fast so the wait isn''t too long. The toilets are just along from the food kiosks though it would be preferable if they could place a steward beside them as more often than not they are being used by those who don''t really need them. There are a limited amount of disabled parking spaces in the away area of the ground and they should be pre-booked at the time of booking your tickets.

All in all a visit to Kilmarnock is by far one of more enjoyable away day experiences in the SPL.


16/03/2011 17:02:29

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