If you are looking to travel away to watch your team play Aberdeen you will thoroughly enjoy the atmosphere at the Kilmarnock Football Club Stadium.

Be sure to check out our in depth guide to Kilmarnock Football Club Stadium away fans to find out all of the essential information regarding the fastest route to and from the stadium, and also if there are any pubs, restaurants and cafés in the local area that are welcoming to visiting fans.

Kilmarnock FC is a professional football club that play in the top flight of Scottish football which is the Scottish Premier League. Managed by Derek McInnes, the side have had a rough season and currently sit in 11th place.

In our Kilmarnock Football Club guide, we showcase all of the important information regarding the squad, upcoming fixtures and results, and also the heritage of Kilmarnock Football Club.

Kilmarnock Registered Squad

Here is a list of the registered squad for Kilmarnock 2024:

Goal Keepers

William Dennis
Laurentiu Branescu
Devlin Mackay
Kieran O’Hara
Jan Koprivec
Aiden Glavin
Mark Birighitti


Lewis Mayo
Corrie Ndaba
Alex Bruce
Clevid Dikamona
Robbie Deas
Stuart Findlay
Joe Wright
Liam Donnelly
Zech Medley
Ryan Alebiousu
Keir Russell


Gary Dicker
Daniel Armstrong
Brandon Pierrick
Mohamed El Makrini
Fraser Murray
Kyle Magennis
Brad Lyons
Joseph Wright
Tom Davies
Youssouf Mulumbu
Marley Watkins
Steven Warnock
Chris Burke
Aaron Brown
Liam Polworth
Charlie McArthur
David Watson
Gary Mackay-Steven
Kenneth Sloan
Fergus Dee
James Balagizi

Attacking Midfielders

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Innes Cameron


Rory McKenzie
Matthew Kennedy
Greg Stewart
Kyle Vassell
Diaguely Dabo
Kyle Lafferty
Kevin van Veen

Kilmarnock Upcoming Fixtures

Upcoming GameCompetionOpponentVenue
Fri 19 19:00BarrowHome
Thu 25 19:30Cercle BruggeHome
Sat 27 15:00Annan AthleticAway
Thu 01 19:00Cercle BruggeAway

Kilmarnock Previous Results

Sat 18-05Scottish PremiershipSPLDundeeAway1‑1D
Wed 15-05Scottish PremiershipSPLCelticHome0‑5L
Sat 11-05Scottish PremiershipSPLSt MirrenAway1‑0W
Sun 05-05Scottish PremiershipSPLRangersAway1‑4L
Sat 27-04Scottish PremiershipSPLHeartsHome0‑0D
Sat 13-04Scottish PremiershipSPLSt JohnstoneAway2‑0W
Sat 06-04Scottish PremiershipSPLRoss CountyHome1‑0W
Sat 30-03Scottish PremiershipSPLHeartsAway1‑1D
Sat 16-03Scottish PremiershipSPLSt MirrenHome5‑2W
Sat 09-03Scottish CupSCAberdeenAway1‑3L
Sat 02-03Scottish PremiershipSPLDundeeAway2‑2D
Wed 28-02Scottish PremiershipSPLRangersHome1‑2L
Sat 24-02Scottish PremiershipSPLAberdeenHome2‑0W
Sat 17-02Scottish PremiershipSPLCelticAway1‑1D
Sat 10-02Scottish CupSCCove RangersHome2‑0W

Popular Questions

When was Kilmarnock FC founded?

Kilmarnock FC was founded on January 5, 1869, making it one of the oldest football clubs in Scotland.

What stadium does Kilmarnock FC play in?

Kilmarnock FC plays its home matches at Rugby Park Stadium in Kilmarnock, Scotland. The stadium has a capacity of just over 17,000 spectators.

What are some of Kilmarnock FC’s most notable achievements?

Kilmarnock FC has won the Scottish Cup once, in 1920, and has also reached the final on several other occasions. The club has also won the Scottish League Cup three times, most recently in 2012. Additionally, Kilmarnock has a fierce rivalry with Ayrshire neighbors Ayr United, and their matches are known as the Ayrshire derby.

Kilmarnock Manager History

01/01/2022 – 30/06/2026Derek McInnesScotland05/07/1971
08/02/2021 – 18/12/2021Tommy WrightNorthern Ireland29/08/1963
05/02/2021 – 13/02/2021Andy MillenScotland10/06/1965
01/02/2021 – 05/02/2021James FowlerScotland26/10/1980
30/12/2019 – 30/01/2021Alex DyerEngland14/11/1965
16/06/2019 – 17/12/2019Angelo AlessioItaly29/04/1965
14/10/2017 – 20/05/2019Steve ClarkeScotland29/08/1963
15/02/2017 – 01/10/2017Lee McCullochScotland14/05/1978
15/02/2016 – 14/02/2017Lee ClarkEngland27/10/1972
31/01/2016 – 15/02/2016Lee McCullochScotland14/05/1978
06/02/2015 – 30/01/2016Gary LockeScotland16/06/1975
01/07/2013 – 05/02/2015Allan JohnstonScotland14/12/1973
31/03/2011 – 30/06/2013Kenny ShielsNorthern Ireland27/04/1956
01/07/2010 – 30/03/2011Mixu PaatelainenFinland03/02/1967
14/01/2010 – 01/06/2010Jimmy CalderwoodScotland28/02/1955
28/02/2002 – 11/01/2010Jim JefferiesScotland22/11/1950
07/12/1996 – 24/02/2002Bobby WilliamsonScotland13/08/1961
01/07/1994 – 30/11/1996Alex TottenScotland12/02/1946
01/07/1992 – 30/06/1994Tommy BurnsScotland16/12/1956
01/07/1985 – 30/06/1989Eddie MorrisonScotland22/02/1948
01/07/1981 – 30/06/1985Jim ClunieScotland04/09/1933
01/07/1968 – 30/06/1973Walter McCraeScotland00/00/1929
01/07/1965 – 30/06/1967Malky MacDonaldScotland26/10/1913
01/07/1957 – 30/06/1965Willie WaddellScotland07/03/1921
01/07/1950 – 30/06/1957Malky MacDonaldScotland26/10/1913
01/07/1948 – 30/06/1950Alex HastingsScotland17/03/1912
01/07/1947 – 30/06/1948Tom MatherEngland00/00/1888
01/07/1937 – 30/06/1945Jimmy McGroryScotland26/04/1904


Kilmarnock Football Club, commonly referred to as Killie, is a professional football club based in Kilmarnock, Scotland. The club was founded in 1869, making it one of the oldest football clubs in Scotland. Kilmarnock FC plays its home matches at Rugby Park Stadium, which has a capacity of just over 17,000 spectators.

Over the years, Kilmarnock FC has enjoyed some success, winning the Scottish Cup once in 1920 and the Scottish League Cup three times, most recently in 2012. The team also has a fierce rivalry with Ayr United, and their matches are known as the Ayrshire derby.

Kilmarnock FC is known for its passionate and loyal fan base, with supporters coming from all over Scotland to watch their team play. The club has a strong youth development program, and many talented players have come through the ranks over the years. The team’s style of play is typically characterized by a disciplined defense and a focus on quick, attacking football. Overall, Kilmarnock FC is a proud and historic club with a dedicated following and a commitment to developing young talent.

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