2018-19 KillieFC.com Home Page Archive ...
August 1st 2018: Killie squished the Spiders to top our League Cup group, Ross Mac’s images have now been added to the match recap
July 31st 2018: Like their 300 namesakes the home side put on a brave show but could not cope with the firepower in the end. Unlike days of yore, we had Ross Mackenzie on the sidelines taking pics. This Is Sparta!
Join the Trust or sign up to the 'Trust In Killie' initiative before the Killie v Hearts match (25th August) and win a Jamie MacDonald signed top! HERE
The Killie Trust updated the register after another wee boost in numbers at the Open Day. They now have 1,422 shareholders and 533 fully paid up active members, that's good going and getting better!
July 30th 2018: Here we go again! Season Dairy Week 1 for 2018/19
July 29th 2018: Killie are drawn against Rangers at home in the BetFred League Cup. Fixtures updated - HERE
July 26th 2018: Steve Clarke's comments caught up.
July 24th 2018: The Killie Trust Shareholder’s Register has been updated HERE
Win a place in the Legends Match at the Open Day this Sunday! HERE
The Match Recap of our cup win at Dumbarton has now been populated with Ross’s images.
July 18th 2018: Ross Mackenzie's images of Friday's League Cup tie against St Mirren have been added to the Match Recap
July 14th 2018: Steve Clarke's comments updated.
July 13th 2018: Match template for Killie 0-0 Buddies created (Killie lose 2-3 on pens for extra point).
July 5th 2018: An update from the Trust’s Director on the Club Board, Cathy Jamieson
June 27th 2018: Confidemus93 Blog: One to Eleven with Borja Pérez - HERE
June 16th 2018: You can now find Killie's 2018-19 fixtures - HERE
June 6th 2018: The Supporters’ Association give notice of this year’s AGM
May 31st 2018: Kilmarnock Football Club and The Killie Trust announce their new Director HERE
May 25th 2018: Killie's Betfred League Cup opponents (in Group H) will be: St Mirren, Dumbarton, Queen's Park & Spartans.
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