Sat 18 September, 2021. Kick Off: - 15:00
Partick Thistle season ticket holders
With the easing of restrictions, season ticket holders can now sit on their purchased season ticket seat with no social distancing or social bubbles required. There will be no time slots provided for entry although we encourage Jags fans to arrive at Firhill a little earlier than normal to prevent crowds congregating outside the turnstiles.
Season tickets will only grant access to the stand where the season ticket has been purchased for. Supporters will not be able to swap between the John Lambie and Jackie Husband stands throughout the season.
Updated 21/22 season ticket prices
Renewal New Purchase
Adult £258 £276
Concession £188 £196
Under 18 £90 £90
Partick Thistle non-season ticket holders
Any Jags fan who doesn’t have a 21/22 season ticket can purchase tickets for cinch Championship matches on a game by game basis.
Ticket prices for this match are priced at:
Adults – £20
Concessions (Over 65s, students, disabled supporter including carer, 16-18 year olds) £15
Under 16 – £5
Purchasing before matchday
Ticket purchases before matchday (18th September) are available to buy through one of the three methods below:
Matchday purchase processes will be confirmed in due course.
Ticket sales for Kilmarnock will be handled directly by Kilmarnock. An allocation of tickets for the Colin Weir stand have been sent to Kilmarnock to sell.
There will be no cash gates available on matchday for away supporters.
Socially distanced section
Our socially distanced section proved popular for our last home cinch Championship fixture and we are pleased to continue it once more for our upcoming tie against Kilmarnock.
This socially distanced section will continue to be located within sections 8 and 9 of the Jackie Husband Stand. In this space, social distancing of 2 metres will be observed and the wearing of face masks will be required. This area will be stewarded to ensure fans are kept safe.
Any season ticket holders who wish to utilise this section are requested to contact the ticket office in advance – this will allow us to ensure all season ticket holders who wish to be situated in this area will be accommodated.
There are two ways to enter Saturday’s 50/50 draw with entries from both methods going into the draw for the cash prize jackpot.
Tickets can be purchased online through our ticketing platform until 2pm on Saturday.
Purchasing at Firhill
Tickets will also be available to buy in-person at Firhill from our sellers who will be located around the ground. As Firhill moves towards becoming a cashless stadium, we encourage fans who can to use contactless payment when entering the draw. Supporters will be issued with a physical ticket upon their purchase.
The winner of the 50/50 draw will be announced at half time and will be contacted by the club next week.
Online entries will close at 2pm on Saturday 18th September 2021
We’ll be providing a livestream of the game which can be watched with a PPV pass, priced at £12. You can buy yours HERE.
Our coverage will begin at 2:30pm and will take you through the full 90 minutes of action from Maryhill.
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Our JagZone audio commentary service will be back this weekend with audio coverage of our cinch Championship match against Kilmarnock.
Join Michael Max and Christopher Dobie on Saturday afternoon as they bring you comprehensive coverage of the match. The show gets underway at 2:30pm.
Thistle are undone by one freak goal, a minute after Jamie Sneddon had saved a Shaw penalty, when a clearance hit off the unfortunate Kevin Holt and flew into the net, and one quality finish from Shaw.
Thistle put a lot into this game but after falling behind rarely looked like finding a way back into the match.
Neither Gordon nor MacIver can direct a McKenna cross goalwards. Thistle have never given up but they have lacked today the quality needed in the final third.
Smith his able to get his head to a lofted McKenna cross from the right but he can't get any power in his header and it is an easy save from Hemming.
Bannigan loses the ball deep inside his own half putting Thistle under pressure but Mayo is on hand to clear McKenzie's cross.
Smith does well to switch the ball to the left but there is just a shade too much pace on his pass to allow Foster to collect and Hemming gathers before going down injured.
Tiffoney's corner goes deep to the back post. Mayo manages to head the ball back towards goal but Hemming is there to collect.
A Foster cross is cleared only as far as Docherty. The Thistle captain has time and space but can do no more than send a tame effort over the crossbar.
Foster crosses from the left and Graham twists his head to reach but his header goes just over the bar. Thistle need a goal and soon.
Tiffoney's corner is delivered to a good area but nobody is able to get on the end of it.
Tiffonery can have no complaints as he goes to ground inside the box looking for a penalty.
If the first Killie goal was a freak then there is no denying the quality of the second as Shaw shoots powerfully and high past Sneddon from the edge of the box.
Shea Gordon replaces Zak Rudden.
It looks as if Thistle are set to make a double change.
Tiffoney pushes a pass to Turner to his right and Turner's powerful drive thumps off a defender and goes clear.
Hemming makes a good catch from McKenna's cross.
Thistle are close to an equaliser as Graham lifts a cross to the back post where Rudden heads wide.
It's a freak goal as a clearance thumps off Kevin Holt and flies past Sneddon and into the corner of the net. So harsh on Sneddon after his penalty save just a minute earlier.
Sneddon goes to his left and saves Shaw's penalty. The ball runs loose at for a second it looks as if the rebound will produce a goal but the ball is sent high over the bar.
McKenzie works the ball to the feet of Robinson who is adjudged to be fouled just at the edge of the box.
Foster misjudges a high ball but Kilmarnock can't take advantage with Alston shooting wide from a tight angle.
Hemming gets a strong fist to Turner's free kick to get the ball clear.
Thistle win a free kick wide on the left after a foul on Tiffoney.
We're back underway.
It's been a good, exciting game of football but it remains goalless at half-time.
To my biased eyes Thistle have had the better of things with Hemming making a good stop near his front post to deny Tiffoney.
Kilmarnock though had the game's best chance so far with Sneddon making an excellent save to deny Shaw.
Indeed the visitors definitely finished the half on top and at that point Thistle would probably not have been unhappy to hear the half-time whistle.
All to play for though in the second 45 minutes.
It's Kilmarnock that are finishing the half the stronger and it takes a well judged challenge from Mayo to nudge the ball to safety after Docherty concedes possession cheaply in midfield.
And from the corner that follows Kilmarnock are a whisker away from taking the lead. Thistle don't deal with the corner effectively and from close range a header just clears the bar and lands on top of the Thistle net.
Holt almost slices a clearance into his own net.
Graham has the ball outside the Kilmarnock box. There are no options either in front or to either side of him so he shoots for goal himself and his effort is too far wide.
The corner has Thistle under a bit of pressure before McKenna is able to clear an awkward bouncing ball.
Holt gets across quickly to make an important clearance.
The corner is well defended. Killie do pick the ball up again but when a cross comes over Sneddon is there to claim the ball.
Sneddon makes a great save with his legs to deny Shaw as the Thistle defence is opened up for the first time.
Bannigan touches the free kick to Tiffoney to his right and his shot is quickly blocked.
Turner is tripped as he cut across the pitch near the edge of the Killie box.
Hemming gets his fingertips to a fierce Tiffoney cross. Thistle pressing hard at the moment.
Hemming makes a good stop low at his right hand post to keep out Tiffoney's shot and then makes a good, confident catch from the Turner corner that follows.
Turner is a little late with a challenge near the edge of the Killie box. There is an angry reaction from a Kilmarnock player but no yellow card for Turner.
Kilmarnock manager Tommy Wright is clearly unhappy about something and play is stopped as he is booked.
Turner's free kick though is a poor one and is comfortably cleared.
Killie can't clear the second of Turner's two corners. Tiffoney picks up the ball on the right and he is fouled as he tries to force his way into the box.
After a fairly frantic opening the game is starting to settle down.
Thistle easily deal with a poor corner kick.
It's a great challenge from Mayo on Robinson as Thistle looked for an offside flag as Killie break.
Hemming is in action again as he whips the ball off the feet of an advancing Rudden.
Turner's corner goes deep. Mayo keeps things alive by heading the ball on but Hemming takes charge and collects the ball.
First threat from Kilmarnock as Murray finds space as Killie break. He gets into the Thistle box where his curling shot is headed clear. All the early signs are that this is going to be a good, open game of football.
Thistle have been on the front foot in the early stages and a Turner ball into the box is just a shade too far ahead of Rudden.
And attack they do forcing an early corner when Docherty's drive is touched wide of goal.
Kilmarnock kick the game off and Thistle will attack the John Lambie end in the first half.
Thistle welcome Kilmarnock to Firhill with the old stadium celebrating its 112th birthday today.
The team that Ian McCall has selected that will hopefully mark the occasion with a win shows two changes from the side that started at Inverness last weekend.
In come Ciaran McKenna, fully recovered from what had looked a nasty injury at Arbroath last month, and Zak Rudden.
Olatunji Akinola and Cammy Smith are the two players that make way for McKenna and Rudden's return.