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Kilmarnock Football Club is a professional Scottish football club based in the town of Kilmarnock. The club currently competes in the Scottish Premiership, which is the top tier of the Scottish football pyramid.
Kilmarnock currently plays their home matches at Rugby Park, which has been the club’s home since 1899 and also is home to the club’s women’s team. The stadium has a maximum capacity of 17,889, making it the seventh-largest football stadium in Scotland.
Kilmarnock’s biggest rivals are Ayr United, against whom they compete in the Ayrshire Derby.
Kilmarnock have won a number of honours throughout their history, including all three of the major trophies in Scottish football. They have won one Scottish League Division One title in their history, with that coming in the 1964/65 season. Kilmarnock finished level on points with Hearts but won the title on goal average after both teams finished with 22 wins, six draws and six losses in 34 league games. The title also came off the back of Kilmarnock finishing as runners-up in four of the five seasons prior. They have also won the second tier league title three times in their history, with the first two coming in back-to-back years in 1897/98 and 1898/99, before their most recent success in the league in 2021/22.
The club have also won the Scottish Cup three times in their history, the first coming in 1920 when they beat Albion Rovers in the final. Their second came nine years later against Rangers, before they were made to wait 68 years for their third. This came after a 1-0 win over Falkirk at Ibrox. Kilmarnock also won the Scottish League Cup for the first time in 2012 after previously losing five times in the final of the competition. They upset favourites Celtic by winning 1-0 at Hampden Park. Killie have also won the Scottish Qualifying Cup in their history.
Kilmarnock Football Club was founded on 5 January 1869, making them the second-oldest football club in Scotland behind only Queen’s Park. They later became founding members of the Scottish Football Association along with Queen’s Park, Clydesdale, Vale of Leven, Dumbreck, Third Lanark, Eastern and Granville. Kilmarnock initially joined the Scottish Football Alliance before finally joining the Scottish Football League in 1895.
Kilmarnock’s most successful period came under the guidance of Willie Waddell, who was in charge of the club between 1957-1965. He turned Kilmarnock into one of the strongest teams in the country between 1960-64, during which they finished as runners-up in the top flight on four occasions, as well as runners-up in the Scottish Cup and twice in the Scottish League Cup. However, their hard work over the era was finally rewarded with a trophy as they won the 1964/65 Scottish title. He left the club at the end of the season, signalling a new period of dominance from Celtic, who had appointed Jock Stein as manager. Two years later, Killie had their best-ever showing in European football too as they reached the reached the semi-finals of the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup but lost against Leeds United 4-2 on aggregate.