Pat Bonner, Willie Miller, Michael Stewart and Steven Thompson say how they think this season's Scottish Premiership will go.
The current club badge is a modernised version of previous club badges. It features a ball bearing a hand in a blessing position, flanked by two red squirrels. The club's Latin motto, confidemus (we trust), is written above the badge. The club adopted the current badge in 1993 after The Lord Lyon decreed that the previous badge, based heavily upon the town crest, was in breach of ancient Scottish heraldic rules.
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George Green went from comparisons with Wayne Rooney to English football's eighth tier but says Kilmarnock can help him reach the top.
BBC Scotland's Jonathan Sutherland gets the lowdown on new Kilmarnock boss Lee Clark from former team-mate Alex Rae.
Following the formation of Scotland's earliest football clubs in the 1860s, football experienced a rapid growth but there was no formal structure, and matches were often arranged in a haphazard and irregular fashion.
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Few surprises are expected in Scotland's top flight but intrigue can still be found lurking in its midst, writes Richard Wilson.
Allan Johnston signed a two-year contract and was appointed manager on 24 June 2013, with Sandy Clark as the assistant manager. Sandy Clark left his role in the summer of 2014 with the club looking to go in a new direction, and ex-Killie player and former Hearts manager Gary Locke was appointed as his assistant.
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Scotland's top league offers intrigue, drama and chaos despite all of its flaws, argues BBC Scotland's Tom English.
Between 2008 and 2014, the club manufactured their kits under their own sportswear brand, 1869. The current shirt sponsors are the locally based QTS Group with Italian company Erreà manufacturing the kit.
Kilmarnock Football Club, commonly known as Killie, is a Scottish football team based in the town of Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire. The current manager of the club is Lee Clark. The club has won many honours since its formation in 1869, most recently the 2011–12 Scottish League Cup after a 1–0 win over Celtic at Hampden Park.
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Scotland missed out on the Euro 2016 finals, but some of the nation's clubs will still benefit financially, writes Richard Wilson.
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Kilmarnock's biggest rivalry is with their South Ayrshire neighbours Ayr United and together they contest in the Ayrshire Derby. The fixture has been played 255 times since their first meeting on 14 September 1910. Killie have won on 189 occasions.
That day, these eight clubs formed the Scottish Football Association, and resolved that: The clubs here represented form themselves into an association for the promotion of football according to the rules of The Football Association and that the clubs connected with this association subscribe for a challenge cup to be played for annually, the committee to propose the laws of the competition.
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BBC Scotland gives a rundown of the arrivals and departures during summer 2016 in the Scottish Premiership.
Killie is the oldest football club in the Scottish Premiership, and are also the oldest professional club in the country. Home matches are played at Rugby Park, an 18,128 capacity all seater stadium situated in the town itself. Kilmarnock took part in the first ever official match in the Scottish Cup against the now defunct Renton in 1873.
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BBC Scotland's Rob Maclean picks out five things we have learned from the weekend's Scottish Premiership events.
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During 1994–95 season the stadium capacity was significantly reduced as three new stands were constructed; the Moffat Stand, the Chadwick Stand and the East Stand. Their completion brought the capacity of the stadium to 17,891. The stadium opened on 6 August 1995, in a friendly match against English champions Blackburn Rovers. Alan Shearer hit a hat-trick as the home team lost 5–0.
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Kilmarnock joined the Scottish League in 1895 and after winning consecutive Second Division titles were elected to the top flight for the first time in 1899. In 1920 Kilmarnock won the Scottish Cup for the first time beating Albion Rovers at Hampden. This was followed soon by their second success in 1929 where the beat massive favourites Rangers 2–0 at the national stadium in front of a crowd of 114,708 people.
BBC Scotland gives a rundown of the arrivals and departures this summer in the Scottish Premiership.
After a period of decline in the 1980s which saw the club relegated to the Second Division, Killie have returned to prominence, holding top division status since being promoted in 1993 and lifting the Scottish Cup for the third time in 1997 thanks to a 1–0 victory over Falkirk in the final.
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Rob Maclean highlights the value of Tommy Wright, Mark O'Hara, Jamie MacDonald and Liam Boyce, and the buzz around Alloa.
Michael Johnston stood down as club Chairman in March 2015, with ex-TUI Group (German: TUI (Touristik Union International) Aktiengesellschaft) senior executive Jim Mann taking over.
Adam Rooney scores twice as Aberdeen continue their great record against Kilmarnock to move second in the Premiership.
Queen's Park, a Glasgow club founded in 1867, took the lead, and following an advertisement in a Glasgow newspaper in 1873, representatives from seven clubs – Queen's Park, Clydesdale, Vale of Leven, Dumbreck, Third Lanark, Eastern and Granville – attended a meeting on 13 March 1873. Furthermore, Kilmarnock sent a letter stating their willingness to form the Scottish Football Association.
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The club have qualified for European competitions on nine occasions, their best performance coming in the 1966–67 Fairs Cup when they progressed to the semi-finals, eventually being eliminated by Leeds United. The club is also one of only a few Scottish clubs to have played in all three European competitions (European Cup, Cup Winners' Cup and the UEFA Cup).
Kilmarnock also competed in the inaugural Scottish Cup tournament in 1873–74. Their 2–0 defeat against Renton in the First Round on 18 October 1873 is thought to have been the first match ever played in the competition.