Our Community Department works to deliver programmes for people of all ages across Ayrshire, currently our programmes reach approximately 3,000 people each year.


The aim of our department is to improve the health and well-being of our community members and deliver something back to the people of Ayrshire who have supported this club so well.

From Birthday Parties for Children to Walking Football and Football Memories projects, we’ve got programmes to suit all sections of our diverse and wonderful community.

Football Memories


Kilmarnock FC’s Football Memories sessions are a partnership between the club, Alzheimer Scotland and the SFA museum – the group is open to anyone to come along and is dementia friendly.

With the aid of football cards, presentations, quizzes and guest speakers, the group shares memories from the club’s history, talks about the beautiful game through the ages and share many laughs. For more information call Paul Di Giacomo on 07525 100606.

Walking Football


Over 20 playing twice a week and hosted an eight-team central Scotland tournament at Rugby Park.

Weigh To Go


Overall three stone lost by participants, introduced people to new skills and sports, lost 23″ in waist size of all participants.

Match Day Activity


Provided free tickets to community groups across East Ayrshire (2,000 across 2018), Introduction of Fan Zone and Hexagol, Powershot facility, provided Ball Boy and Ball Girl opportunities.