Monday, May 25th, 2015

The KFCSA AGM will take place in the Park Suite at 1pm on Saturday 6th June.
There will be an opportunity to meet the board of Kilmarnock Football Club after the AGM.  Everyone attending the AGM will be entered in to a raffle to win hospitality for two at a home game next season (not including […]

We’ve got some pictures and a match report from KFCSA chairman James Morrison from Saturday’s game at Firhill.

Oh ’Well – Firhill for Thrills!
As Killie fans made their way to Firhill for the penultimate league game of a roller-coaster season the words “play-off” and “relegation” may not have been openly discussed and but were clearly on their […]

As we approach the last couple of games of the season, our club are, once again, in need of favourable results to ensure our continued presence in the SPFL.
This is not the time for criticism of either the players or the management – it is the time to get behind the team and show them […]

KFCSA managed to catch a quick chat with goalkeeper Bobby Ferguson in the days after the 50th anniversary celebrations.  Have a look at the video below to hear some of Bobby’s memories from his time at Kilmarnock and his career since.  Apologies for the background noise, the interview took place in the hotel shortly before […]

This week’s post marks the final instalment of David Sneddon’s weekly blog while he takes part in the Football Fans In Training program.

Week 12

That’s us all completed the programme. It has been 12 weeks of laughs and camaraderie and sometimes losing weight and sometimes not.
We all had our final weigh in on Monday and the […]

As Chairman of KFCSA I am privileged and honoured, on behalf of supporters, to congratulate Kilmarnock Football Club and the legendary players and staff on the 50th anniversary of the magnificent achievement of winning the First Division Championship when the title was secured on that memorable day at Tynecastle on 24th April 1965.
As a young […]

As the anniversary of the championship win approaches David Sneddon sat down with his son and KFCSA committee member David Sneddon Jnr. to have a chat about that famous day in April 1965.

As the anniversary of our famous league win approaches KFCSA took the time to catch up with some of the players who were involved legendary squad.  First up is defender Stuart Layburn.