THE Killie Supporters Trust have organised a trip for members and their families to visits the Killie Forever exhibition at Hampden.

The Fans Association of Kilmarnock are running the trip this Sunday (October 20).

The memorial is currently in the Scottish Football Museum, at the national stadium, as part of the club’s 150th anniversary.

With treasured memorabilia and historic artefacts on display from through the Premiership club’s existence, fans will get the chance to watch archive videos, see old programmes and get a picture with special old trophies too.

The Trust have heavily discounted the trip for their members, with tickets for adults priced at £12 and U18s, students and over 80s at £7.

This includes bus travel to and from Hampden – with the coach leaving Rugby Park at 10.30am and departing Glasgow at 3pm.

The price also includes refreshments at 1pm after the general stadium tour which is booked for 11.30am.

The Killie Forever showcase will take place at 1.40pm as fans build up to the main event throughout the day.

The trip has 80 spaces and the closing date for booking is Friday.