The latest on KillieFC.com...
May 22nd 2018: KFCSA’s Iain Sherry talks to the man who had the hardest shot in Scottish football…George Maxwell
Last call for the Killie Masters tomorrow. We have space left for one three person team and several individual spaces to make up team numbers, so if you have the day off and fancy a fun day out at Ballochmyle, call Jim Thomson and let him know. MORE DETAILS
Watch the one and only David Sneddon interviewed at the Killie Ball 2005 by Gordon Smith. The volume is not great so apologies for that HERE
May 14th 2018: Now we have a leader... His name is Stevie Clarke
Added Ross Mackenzies match images for the draw at Celtic Park and the home win over Hearts. Massive thanks to Ross for supplying us with his impressive photo catalogue of the games this season, much appreciated by Killie fans the world over who are members of the site.
May 13th 2018: Everyone @ KillieFC.com would like to congratulate Kilmarnock Football Club for achieving their best point total for the Scottish Premiership era. Killie's previous best was 57 points (season 2002-03) compared to this seasons 59 points.
Template for Killie 1-0 Hearts created. Killie Hotshots updated.
May 12th 2018: Stevie Clarke's comments updated.
May 10th 2018: Confidemus93 Blog: The Best Defender We Never Had…Neill Collins
May 9th 2018: Template for Tic 0-0 Killie created.
May 8th 2018: Together we are Stronger...Together #WeAreKillie
Ross’s images added to Saturday’s match recap from Snake Mountain.
The Killie Trust release the latest financial update (#8) for their Trust In Killie initiative.
May 5th 2018: Match template for Rangers 1-0 Killie created.
May 4th 2018: Stevie Clarke's comments updated.
May 2nd 2018... Remember that time the Open Day Legends game was serious? Well, when we say serious… HERE
April 22nd 2018: Stevie Clarke's comments updated.
April 21st2018: Match template for Killie 0-2 Dons created.
April 17th 2018: Remember that time we took around 700 more fans to another Premier League ground than the home team had? See Ross’s images from last Saturday, has to be said, some of them are fantastic - HERE
The KFCSA Player of the Year 2018 Awards and Dinner Dance, including a photo gallery with some of your snaps from the night. Massive thanks to Precision Tooling for their sponsorship, to all the players and staff, and especially the fans who made it the night it was - HERE
April 16th 2018: Now we have a leader, his name is Stevie Clarke. You'll never take the Killie, the boys from Rugby Park Season Diary
April 10th 2018: The latest TIK funding update has now been added to the Totaliser page.
HOMEPAGE ARCHIVE - HERE