FC Kilmarnock

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FC Kilmarnock
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Basic data
Surname Kilmarnock Football Club
Seat Kilmarnock , Scotland
founding 1869
president Billy Bowie
Website kilmarnockfc.co.uk
First soccer team
Head coach Alex Dyer (interim)
Venue Rugby park
Places 18,128
league Scottish Premiership
2019/20 8th place (quotient regulation)

The FC Kilmarnock (officially: Kilmarnock Football Club ) is a Scottish football club from Kilmarnock .


The club was founded in 1869 as a cricket club . The football department was founded in 1873. After playing in the top division, the "Scottish League Division 1", from 1900 to the war-related break in 1940, Kilmarnock rose in the first post-war season.

This was followed by a longer membership in Division 1 from 1954 to 1977. During this time, the only championship title to date was won in 1965. Then the FC Kilmarnock was an elevator team .

The club has been a member of Scotland's top division, the Scottish Premier League , without interruption since 1993.

In 1997 Kilmarnock Football Club surprisingly won its first title in 32 years and was Scottish Cup winner for the third time.

In 2012 Kilmarnock Football Club won the Scottish League Cup for the first time in the final against the big favorites Celtic with 1-0.

Squad season 2020/21

(As of August 2, 2020)

No. position Surname
1 EnglandEngland TW Jake Eastwood
2 EnglandEngland FROM Aaron McGowan
3 EnglandEngland FROM Brandon Haunstrup
4th Congo RepublicRepublic of the Congo FROM Clévid Dikamona
5 ScotlandScotland FROM Kirk Broadfoot
6th IrelandIreland MF Alan Power
7th ScotlandScotland ST Rory McKenzie
8th IrelandIreland MF Gary Dicker (C)Captain of the crew
9 ScotlandScotland ST Eamonn Brophy
10 ScotlandScotland MF Greg Kiltie
11 EnglandEngland ST Nod Kabamba
12 EnglandEngland ST Danny Whitehall
14th EnglandEngland FROM Zeno Rossi
15th NetherlandsNetherlands MF Mohamed El Makrini
No. position Surname
16 IrelandIreland TW Colin Doyle
17th ScotlandScotland FROM Stuart Findlay
18th ScotlandScotland FROM Calum Waters
19th EnglandEngland MF Mitchell Pinnock
22nd ScotlandScotland FROM Ross Millen
23 IrelandIreland TW Danny Rogers
27 Congo Democratic RepublicDemocratic Republic of Congo MF Aaron Tshibola
29 ScotlandScotland MF Chris Burke
31 ScotlandScotland ST Innes Cameron
32 ScotlandScotland FROM Tomas Brindley
33 ScotlandScotland MF Ally Taylor
34 ScotlandScotland TW Curtis Lyle
52 ScotlandScotland ST Kyle Connell

Sporting successes

Well-known former players

FC Kilmarnock coach

Web links

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