Friday, April 18th, 2014

KFCSA would like to congratulate Andrew Miller on his appointment as Supporter Liaison Officer at Kilmarnock Football Club. We look forward to working together with Andrew in a way that will benefit both the club and its fans.

KFCSA to all our volunteers who helped hand out cards on Saturday, and to everyone who took part. We hope to continue working with the club on similar ideas in the future.

KFCSA were recently contacted by researchers at University of Strathclyde doing research in the way match tickets are priced.
We are undertaking research as part of our final project, sponsored by the University of Strathclyde. The research questions that we are looking to answer are:
1) Do current football ticket pricing methods meet the needs of fans (in [...]

KFCSA are delighted that the Club has agreed to join with them in organising a blue and white card display for the game against St. Johnstone at Rugby Park this Saturday. Twelve to fifteen volunteers are needed to give out the cards and also help tidy up after the game. The Club has kindly offered [...]

KFCSA were heartened to hear the news on the evening of Friday 14th March that Billy Bowie and three other new directors had acquired shares in KFC resulting in the club becoming “debt free”.
Whilst full details of the debt arrangements are awaited, KFCSA are pleased to see the increase in board members bringing a wider [...]

KFCSA recently helped fund a Young Kilmarnock bus to an away match at St Mirren.  We’ve got a report from Scott Thomson (14) and a few pictures, including the YK secretary publicly thanking the KFCSA Chairman for their sponsorship.
St Mirren Away –  with Young Kilmarnock

A warm Saturday morning and nearly two hundred kids aged between [...]

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 [...]