With a legacy of over 150 years, Kilmarnock Football Club has been a Scottish institution close to the hearts of our fans for many a generation.


Read on to discover the origins of our club, our story and what we have planned for our future…

History


Founded in 1869, we’re the oldest professional football club in Scotland. Take a look back at our memorable moments over the past 150 years.

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Governance


Having just celebrated our 150th birthday, we’re led by a Board of Directors who are proud to guide us into our next chapter in the story of Scottish football.

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“I just thank God for letting me be part of this great club”

Tommy Burns

Hall of fame


Our Hall of Fame Committee, Chaired by ex-player and club legend, Ross Mathie meet every two years to induct more Killie Heroes into our Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame wall is now on display in the Killie Club for fans to visit and enjoy.

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Supporter Services


From our dedicated Supporter Liaison Officer to our various Supporter Groups, we take time to ensure our fans are truly part of the Killie family.

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Visiting Rugby Park


Plan your visit to Rugby Park!

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STADIUM TOURS


Go behind the scenes at Scotland’s oldest professional football club with a tour of one of the country’s grandest stadiums.

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THE KILMARNOCK SUPPORTERS SOCIETY

(THE KILLIE TRUST)

Directors, managers and players come and go but supporters stay with the club forever. Supporting our club is an emotional thing. You can change many things in your life but once you have selected your club then that’s it, you have to experience the ups and downs that go with your choice. Our Trust gives the rank and file supporter the opportunity to be part of our Club and to have a greater say in how our Club is run.

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Trust in Killie campaign


In April 2017, the Trust launched the ‘Trust In Killie’ initiative.

By taking pledges from Kilmarnock fans from right around the world, our first target was to raise £100,000 to buy unallocated shares in Killie and put a supporter on the board of the club as a full and equal director.

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Former Players Association


Kilmarnock Football Club is one big family and as Ross Mathie once said “Once Killie is in your blood, you’re Killie ‘Till You Die’.

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