Kilmarnock Football Club Supporters Association (KFCSA) in partnership with the British Heart Foundation have launched the “Have a Killie Heart” initiative aimed at raising awareness among Killie fans around what to do in a life threatening emergency. There have been a number of tragic incidents over the years at Killie games and KFCSA are keen to ensure as many as [...]
Kilmarnock Football Club Supporters Association (KFCSA) were invited to a meeting on Wednesday evening with Billy Bowie, facilitated by Bobby Wallace and John Millar, two well known supporters of the club.
Full and frank discussions took place and the views of KFCSA were well received and noted by Mr Bowie. KFCSA is also encouraged by what [...]
Kilmarnock Football Club Supporters Association (KFCSA) are pleased to announce that, with the help of Heartstart (Ayrshire & Arran), British Heart Foundation and some of the St.Andrews First Aid team (who attend at Rugby Park), a Heartstart training evening will be held in St. Marnock’s Church Hall, St. Marnock Street, Kilmarnock on Tuesday 11th February [...]
It’s the time of year when some people look back and reflect on their year and make resolutions for the coming year.
Most golfers hope to play better, more consistently, and to reduce their handicap but few achieve any of those goals!
Last summer, in the company of KFCSA Vice Chairman James Morrison, two die hard Killie [...]
KFCSA wish all Killie fans, wherever they may in the world, a very Happy Christmas and all the best for 2014.
Here’s hoping Santa brings us lots more points in the next few games!
Happy Holidays everyone
Our friends over at the The Killie Trust are trying to boost membership numbers and need your help in doing so. With Christmas fast approaching, why not gift a membership to your friends and family? In addition, the member who signs up the most new Adult Members will receive a prize of £100 cash – [...]
Many fans will know that Kilmarnock Football Club Supporters Association organised a red card display as part of a protest at the last two home games.
This proved a great method for the majority of fans to show their dissatisfaction of the current club Chairman. The red cards held up at 18 minutes and 69 minutes [...]
KILMARNOCK FANS FORM GROUP UNDER SUPPORTERS DIRECT SCOTLAND
24 October 2013: Kilmarnock fans and community representatives have agreed to form a working group under the auspices of Supporters Direct Scotland, with the aim of exploring community ownership options.
The group will follow the structure and approach undertaken by SDS at several clubs across Scotland in recent [...]