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ATTENTION...............CHRISTMAS PARTY ALERT!

Christmas is sneaking up on us really quickly so now is the time to ensure that your name is booked in for our fun-filled parties………and a visit from some very special guests bearing gifts!! 

The 5 and under Christmas party will again be held at the FENWICK HOTEL between 2-4pm on SUNDAY 6 DECEMBER where you can enjoy loads of party games, magic tricks, dancing and some special treats. 

Members aged 6 and above are invited to the ODEON CINEMA; Queens Drive, Kilmarnock at 9.45am on SUNDAY 6 DECEMBER for a special viewing of the latest Christmas film release. 

To ensure your party place, please fill in your name on the slip inserted in with the newsletter which will be coming through ypur letterbox shortly and return the completed form to us at Power League by 18 November.

Liam's Mad Fer TIK!

We are delighted to unveil details of the next reward we have secured for our Standard and +Plus+ Package Trust in Killie subscribers.On December 4th 2017, Liam Gallagher will be performing at the SSE Hydro, all Standard and +Plus+ Package subscribers who sign up by the end of September will be ente...


2017-18 Diary Week 06

To say the natives are getting restless would be an understatement, the old internet is ringing out for Lee McCulloch’s head as the bad results continue.This won’t be popular but I say that it is still too early to press the panic button.Maybe after the Dundee and Ross County games I’ll recons...


The Boy Done Good

  We don't normally cover players signing Pro-Youth contracts (maybe we should?) but in this case the lad is the son of one of our own so we are making an exception.Callum Penman signs from Galston Youth Football Club, who also supplied us with Greg Kiltie, clearly an indication of the quality...


2017-18 Diary Week 05

So, the transfer window has now officially slammed shut, although to be technical for us it is still slightly ajar because we are only in the market for freebies.The midfield maestro we were all hoping for never materialised and surprisingly there were no exits, even loans, despite us having a rathe...


2017-18 Diary Week 04

So close, but yet so far, I honestly don’t think we could buy a win at the moment!All those home games in a row did us no favours and won’t make things easier for us later in the season.One point out of a possible twelve in the league is dreadful form any way you look at it, but it is only one l...


2017-18 Diary Week 03

Well if nothing else we are consistent, that’s another loss under the belt and our woeful home record continues.That said, it wasn’t as bad a defeat as many anticipated and other than the goals we lost at the end of either half, we looked pretty organised and going into the last few minutes coul...


2017-18 Dairy Week 02

I think we can officially say we’ve not had the best start to the season, and we face the strongest team in the league again next week, not one I am looking forward to.The knives are out for the front line, the midfield, the defence, the management, hell even the pitch is getting it, such is the i...


Capital Punishment

Hibs Dev 2-3 KilmarnockIt was a top of the table clash in the SWFL division 1 with the visitors coming away from the capital with 3 points. The game was played at a frantic pace, and the young hibee's took the lead in the opening five minutes. However Killie responded immediately through Colette Fle...


TIK Sponsor Wilson

  We are very pleased to announce another reward (in what will be a series of rewards) for Trust In Killie initiative subscribers, this one is only open to our +Plus+ Package members, but of course there will be more open to all.We have have secured, through donation, the sponsorship of Ia...


2017-18 Diary Week 01

JJ was the manager back in 2008 when we last won our opening fixture (3-0 Hamilton, thanks Dillinger), so we shouldn’t really be surprised that we came away with nothing this time around, even with another JJ in the mix.For me it’s a formation problem, Lee has a vision of what he wants but with...


ACS Cheque Presentation

Ayrshire Cancer Support benefited from the generosity of Kilmarnock FC supporters following the success of the fan's event at the Grand Hall recently to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Killie's 1997 Scottish Cup victory.The dinner dance organised by the Kilmarnock FC Supporters Asso...


Ladies regain top spot

Cumbernauld Colts 2-3 KilmarnockThe ladies got back to winning ways after beating Colts at Broadwood Stadium last night. Off to a flyer getting a penalty in the opening minutes after Linzi Taylor was upended in the box. Chloe Ponton stepped up and shot just over the bar, but she quickly made amends...


Boroughmuir Thistle 0-5 Kilmarnock Ladies

Boroughmuir Thistle 0-5 Kilmarnock Ladies Kilmarnock got off to the best possible start with Clare Docherty putting pressure on the Boroughmuir keeper and forcing her into a mistake then profited by slotting home in the opening minute of the game. An excellent start and Killie never let the home sid...


2016 AGM Minutes

All supporters are invited to attend the KFCSA Annual General Meeting in the Park Suite at Rugby Park on Saturday 24th June starting at 1pm.As well as the normal AGM business, colleagues from the Killie Trust will be in attendance to update everyone on the Trust in Killie initiative, which will resu...


KFCSA AGM Notice

The Annual General Meeting of the Kilmarnock Football Club Supporters' Association will be held in the Park Suite at Rugby Park, starting at 1pm, on Saturday 24th June 2017.Formal notification will be issued shortly.Applications are invited for Committee Members and should have a proposer and be sec...


Season Diary - Week 43

The season is well and truly over for us but the football continues with cup finals at all levels and internationals on the horizon.I may or may not continue the season diary until such times as it is due back in the Scotsman, but if I miss a few here and there I don’t think anyone will mind…be...


KFCSA & Trust Statement

The Committee of KFCSA and the Board of the Killie Trust were surprised to learn of the resignation of former Club Chairman Michael Johnston as both the Company Secretary and a Director of the Club.Whilst many supporters did not agree with some of his actions and statements it is appropriate to ackn...


Season Diary - Week 42

What an end to the season, I don’t know where to start!We lost midweek at Motherwell, we hammered them in the first half despite losing an early goal and the full back up against Jones was subbed before he burst into tears, but they made changes and we failed to react.We lost at home, again, this...


Be The Boss - Calum McGhee

This is one of the quickest appearances as "Boss" ever as we don't normally have time to cover midweek games...so apologies to Calum McGhee for his brief stint in the hot seat! The pressure of securing our place in the top division (again, twenty five times on the trot) is over so will the new Boss...


Season Diary - Week 41

…and relax.It has been a while since we have been able to do that, especially with games still to go at the end of the season.It is probably not a good sign that the only thing we have to celebrate these days are getting meaningless end of season fixtures, which we are repeatedly told we hate!That...


Be The Boss - Ben Grant

This week's "Boss" is Irvine Beat FM's Wednesday Night Sessions presenter Ben Grant. Ben is a life-long Killie fan and long time member of KillieFC.com. Ben and wife Lauren are members of the Killie Trust and he's never been backwards in coming forwards as they say... With a possible play-off place...


Season Dairy - Week 40

If there is a hard way to do anything, Killie will find it! All we needed was one goal on Saturday and that would have given us a point that would see us out of reach from the play-off spot…but no, it wasn’t to be.As it now stands there is a 26% chance that we could still have to go through the...


Cathy Jamieson joins Killie Trust Board

The Kilmarnock Supporters’ Society, The Killie Trust, is delighted to announce that Cathy Jamieson has joined their board of directors.Cathy has served as both the local Member of Parliament at Westminster and Member of Scottish Parliament at Holyrood for 16 years. During that time she held Minist...


Be The Boss - Robert Scott

This week's "Boss" is Robert Scott who was recruited from the ranks of the "killie fc 1869" Facebook group for Killie fans. All we can say is according to young Robert there are a lot of no-brainer selections in the team...that was handy! 😆FORMATION 4-4-1-1GOALKEEPERFreddie Woodman - Speaks for i...


Season Diary - Week 39

I don’t know exactly how often we hear in the media about how ‘bad’ our support is, but it is all too frequent.Hamilton reported that we had just under half of the 2,482 attendance, but in all honesty, when you consider that there were many Killie fans in the main stand as well, there were pro...



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News

ATTENTION...............CHRISTMAS PARTY ALERT!

Christmas is sneaking up on us really quickly so now is the time to ensure that your name is booked in for our fun-filled parties………and a visit from some very special guests bearing gifts!! 

The 5 and under Christmas party will again be held at the FENWICK HOTEL between 2-4pm on SUNDAY 6 DECEMBER where you can enjoy loads of party games, magic tricks, dancing and some special treats. 

Members aged 6 and above are invited to the ODEON CINEMA; Queens Drive, Kilmarnock at 9.45am on SUNDAY 6 DECEMBER for a special viewing of the latest Christmas film release. 

To ensure your party place, please fill in your name on the slip inserted in with the newsletter which will be coming through ypur letterbox shortly and return the completed form to us at Power League by 18 November.

Liam's Mad Fer TIK!

We are delighted to unveil details of the next reward we have secured for our Standard and +Plus+ Package Trust in Killie subscribers.On December 4th 2017, Liam Gallagher will be performing at the SSE Hydro, all Standard and +Plus+ Package subscribers who sign up by the end of September will be ente...


2017-18 Diary Week 06

To say the natives are getting restless would be an understatement, the old internet is ringing out for Lee McCulloch’s head as the bad results continue.This won’t be popular but I say that it is still too early to press the panic button.Maybe after the Dundee and Ross County games I’ll recons...


The Boy Done Good

  We don't normally cover players signing Pro-Youth contracts (maybe we should?) but in this case the lad is the son of one of our own so we are making an exception.Callum Penman signs from Galston Youth Football Club, who also supplied us with Greg Kiltie, clearly an indication of the quality...


2017-18 Diary Week 05

So, the transfer window has now officially slammed shut, although to be technical for us it is still slightly ajar because we are only in the market for freebies.The midfield maestro we were all hoping for never materialised and surprisingly there were no exits, even loans, despite us having a rathe...


2017-18 Diary Week 04

So close, but yet so far, I honestly don’t think we could buy a win at the moment!All those home games in a row did us no favours and won’t make things easier for us later in the season.One point out of a possible twelve in the league is dreadful form any way you look at it, but it is only one l...


2017-18 Diary Week 03

Well if nothing else we are consistent, that’s another loss under the belt and our woeful home record continues.That said, it wasn’t as bad a defeat as many anticipated and other than the goals we lost at the end of either half, we looked pretty organised and going into the last few minutes coul...


2017-18 Dairy Week 02

I think we can officially say we’ve not had the best start to the season, and we face the strongest team in the league again next week, not one I am looking forward to.The knives are out for the front line, the midfield, the defence, the management, hell even the pitch is getting it, such is the i...


Capital Punishment

Hibs Dev 2-3 KilmarnockIt was a top of the table clash in the SWFL division 1 with the visitors coming away from the capital with 3 points. The game was played at a frantic pace, and the young hibee's took the lead in the opening five minutes. However Killie responded immediately through Colette Fle...


TIK Sponsor Wilson

  We are very pleased to announce another reward (in what will be a series of rewards) for Trust In Killie initiative subscribers, this one is only open to our +Plus+ Package members, but of course there will be more open to all.We have have secured, through donation, the sponsorship of Ia...


2017-18 Diary Week 01

JJ was the manager back in 2008 when we last won our opening fixture (3-0 Hamilton, thanks Dillinger), so we shouldn’t really be surprised that we came away with nothing this time around, even with another JJ in the mix.For me it’s a formation problem, Lee has a vision of what he wants but with...


ACS Cheque Presentation

Ayrshire Cancer Support benefited from the generosity of Kilmarnock FC supporters following the success of the fan's event at the Grand Hall recently to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Killie's 1997 Scottish Cup victory.The dinner dance organised by the Kilmarnock FC Supporters Asso...


Ladies regain top spot

Cumbernauld Colts 2-3 KilmarnockThe ladies got back to winning ways after beating Colts at Broadwood Stadium last night. Off to a flyer getting a penalty in the opening minutes after Linzi Taylor was upended in the box. Chloe Ponton stepped up and shot just over the bar, but she quickly made amends...


Boroughmuir Thistle 0-5 Kilmarnock Ladies

Boroughmuir Thistle 0-5 Kilmarnock Ladies Kilmarnock got off to the best possible start with Clare Docherty putting pressure on the Boroughmuir keeper and forcing her into a mistake then profited by slotting home in the opening minute of the game. An excellent start and Killie never let the home sid...


2016 AGM Minutes

All supporters are invited to attend the KFCSA Annual General Meeting in the Park Suite at Rugby Park on Saturday 24th June starting at 1pm.As well as the normal AGM business, colleagues from the Killie Trust will be in attendance to update everyone on the Trust in Killie initiative, which will resu...


KFCSA AGM Notice

The Annual General Meeting of the Kilmarnock Football Club Supporters' Association will be held in the Park Suite at Rugby Park, starting at 1pm, on Saturday 24th June 2017.Formal notification will be issued shortly.Applications are invited for Committee Members and should have a proposer and be sec...


Season Diary - Week 43

The season is well and truly over for us but the football continues with cup finals at all levels and internationals on the horizon.I may or may not continue the season diary until such times as it is due back in the Scotsman, but if I miss a few here and there I don’t think anyone will mind…be...


KFCSA & Trust Statement

The Committee of KFCSA and the Board of the Killie Trust were surprised to learn of the resignation of former Club Chairman Michael Johnston as both the Company Secretary and a Director of the Club.Whilst many supporters did not agree with some of his actions and statements it is appropriate to ackn...


Season Diary - Week 42

What an end to the season, I don’t know where to start!We lost midweek at Motherwell, we hammered them in the first half despite losing an early goal and the full back up against Jones was subbed before he burst into tears, but they made changes and we failed to react.We lost at home, again, this...


Be The Boss - Calum McGhee

This is one of the quickest appearances as "Boss" ever as we don't normally have time to cover midweek games...so apologies to Calum McGhee for his brief stint in the hot seat! The pressure of securing our place in the top division (again, twenty five times on the trot) is over so will the new Boss...


Season Diary - Week 41

…and relax.It has been a while since we have been able to do that, especially with games still to go at the end of the season.It is probably not a good sign that the only thing we have to celebrate these days are getting meaningless end of season fixtures, which we are repeatedly told we hate!That...


Be The Boss - Ben Grant

This week's "Boss" is Irvine Beat FM's Wednesday Night Sessions presenter Ben Grant. Ben is a life-long Killie fan and long time member of KillieFC.com. Ben and wife Lauren are members of the Killie Trust and he's never been backwards in coming forwards as they say... With a possible play-off place...


Season Dairy - Week 40

If there is a hard way to do anything, Killie will find it! All we needed was one goal on Saturday and that would have given us a point that would see us out of reach from the play-off spot…but no, it wasn’t to be.As it now stands there is a 26% chance that we could still have to go through the...


Cathy Jamieson joins Killie Trust Board

The Kilmarnock Supporters’ Society, The Killie Trust, is delighted to announce that Cathy Jamieson has joined their board of directors.Cathy has served as both the local Member of Parliament at Westminster and Member of Scottish Parliament at Holyrood for 16 years. During that time she held Minist...


Be The Boss - Robert Scott

This week's "Boss" is Robert Scott who was recruited from the ranks of the "killie fc 1869" Facebook group for Killie fans. All we can say is according to young Robert there are a lot of no-brainer selections in the team...that was handy! 😆FORMATION 4-4-1-1GOALKEEPERFreddie Woodman - Speaks for i...


Season Diary - Week 39

I don’t know exactly how often we hear in the media about how ‘bad’ our support is, but it is all too frequent.Hamilton reported that we had just under half of the 2,482 attendance, but in all honesty, when you consider that there were many Killie fans in the main stand as well, there were pro...