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[8][24] Upon gaining promotion to the SPFL, Kelty compete in the bigger Fife derbies, with their closest rivals being Cowdenbeath, the two separated by just 2. 7 miles (4. 3 km). Current squad[edit] As of 31 August 2022[25] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. No. Pos. Nation Player 1 GK SCO Darren Jamieson 2 DF Cammy Logan (on loan from Hearts) 3 Reis Peggie 4 Thomas O'Ware 5 Lewis Martin 6 Jordon Forster 7 MF ENG Joe Cardle 8 Nicky Low (on loan from Arbroath) 9 FW Nathan Austin 10 Jamie Barjonas 11 Kallum Higginbotham 12 Michael Tidser (captain) 14 Ross Philp 16 Robbie McNab 18 Steven Bell 19 Scott McGill (on loan from Hearts) 20 Liam Campbell 22 GHA Alfredo Agyeman 25 Kyle Doherty 26 Darren Lyon 28 Jason Thomson On loan[edit] Player} 17 Brodie Strang (on loan at Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts) Staff[edit] Coaching staff[edit] Position Name Sporting Director Andrew Barrowman Manager John Potter Assistant Manager Dougie Hill Goalkeeping Coach David McGurn Coach Jamie McNee Physio Gordon Edwards Kitman John Cantley Managers[edit] Season-by-season record[edit] Season Division Tier Pld.

W D L GD Pts Scottish Amateur Cup Scottish Junior Cup Scottish Cup 1975–76 Kirkcaldy & District Amateur League Amateur 1 1976–77 1977–78 1978–79 1st 1979–80 1980–81 Fife Junior League Junior 1 2nd 30 +30 46 2nd Round 1981–82 3rd +34 39 4th Round 1982–83 32 +45 50 1983–84 34 1984–85 1985–86 1st Round 1986–87 Fife Junior League East Section 24 +27 33 5th Round 1987–88 Fife Junior League Division 1 15 +17 1988–89 13 31 1989–90 4th +32 37 1990–91 Fife Junior League Division A 21 +31 1991–92 +57 45 1992–93 +50 47 3rd Round 1993–94 5th +53 35 1994–95 +47 38 1995–96 +64 43 1996–97 27 0 +84 55 1997–98 +60 69 1998–99 +77 81 Runners-up 1999–2000 +68 66 2000–01 +41 54 2001–02 6th +18 52 2002–03 Fife District League Junior 2 57 2003–04 Junior East Super League 7th 2004–05 3th +38 49 2005–06 2006–07 Junior East Premier League +20 42 2007–08 2008–09 +8 2009–10 9th -6 2010–11 -9 2011–12 -2 2012–13 Quarter-finals 2013–14 14th -18 2014–15 +40 65 2015–16 +29 62 2016–17 +55 78 2017–18 East of Scotland League 23 +131 Preliminary Round 1, losing to Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale 2018–19 Lowland League 2nd Round, losing to Peterhead 2019–20 1st† +78 68 1st Round, losing to Auchinleck Talbot 2020–21 +36 36 2nd Round, losing to Stranraer 2021–22 League Two 5th Round, losing to St Mirren 2022–23 League One † Season curtailed due to COVID-19 pandemic - Kelty were announced as champions for the 2019–20[26] and 2020–21 season.

[4] There is a social club and a sports bar/hospitality lounge within the ground. The pitch at New Central Park has a 3G MX artificial surface, which was installed in 2015 along with floodlights. [19] Dunfermline Athletic Reserves also play their home games at New Central Park. [21] Supporters[edit] The majority of supporters of Kelty Hearts come from the village of Kelty and surrounding areas in Fife. Kelty are also known to attract many groundhoppers due to the club's good reputation as hosts on matchdays.

A points per game basis was used to finalise standings. [27] Honours[edit] Senior[edit] Winners: 2021–22 Winners: 2019–20, [15] 2020–21[28] East of Scotland Football League Winners: 2017–18[29] King Cup Winners: 2017–18 Junior[edit] East Region Super League Winners: 2014–15, 2016–17 Runners-up: 2015–16 Runners-up: 1998–99, 2006–07 SJFA East Region Premier League Runners-up: 2006–07 SJFA Fife District League: 2002–03 Fife Junior League winners: 1990–91, 1991–92, 1992–93, 1996–97, 1998–99 Fife Junior (PSM) Cup: 1982–83, 1983–84, 1984–85, 1986–87, 1992–93, 2007–08, 2008–09 Fife & Tayside (Taycars) Trophy Winners 1997–98 Cowdenbeath (Interbrew) Cup: 1981–82, 1984–85, 1985–86, 1986–87, 1992–93, 1999–00 Fife Drybrough Cup: 1981–82[30] Laidlaw Shield winners: 1984–85, 1986–87 Clark Beckett Cup: 1993–94 ACA Sports Fife League Cup: 2006–07 Maloco Associates (Fife) Cup: 2007–08, 2008–09 Rosslyn Trophy Winners: 1991–92, 1996–97 References[edit] ^ a b "Club info".

Annan Athletic vs Kelty Hearts Head to HeadA complete record of competitive matches played between the two teams, This page lists the head-to-head record of Annan Athletic vs Kelty Hearts including biggest victories and defeats between the two sides, and H2H stats in all competitions. The Teams Annan Athletic and Kelty Hearts played 5 Games up to today. Among them, Annan Athletic won 1 games ( 1 at Galabank, 0 at Away Stadium away), Kelty Hearts won 3 (1 at Away Stadium, 2 at Galabank away), and drew 1 (1 at Galabank, 0 at Away Stadium).

Kelty reached the Scottish Junior Cup final twice but were runners-up both times: in 1999 they lost 1–0 to Kilwinning Rangers, and in 2007 they were defeated 2–1 after extra time by Linlithgow Rose. [8] Kelty looked to move away from being a junior side after winning the East Region Super League for the second time in 2017. [9] The club applied for membership to join the SFA and in December 2017 became a full member, making them eligible to enter the Scottish Cup as well as progress higher up the Scottish football league system. [5] After being accepted into and winning the East of Scotland Football League in 2018, Kelty were promoted to the Lowland League (the fifth tier of the Scottish football league system) for the 2018–19 season after a comprehensive 10–0 aggregate win over Threave Rovers in the promotion play-off. [10][11] The team had been managed since October 2013 by Tam Courts but the club reluctantly accepted his resignation as manager on 11 October 2018.

Kelty Hearts FC. Retrieved 16 February 2017. ^ Hart, Ross (9 December 2016). "Kelty Hearts boss Thomas Courts hails Jordan Moore in Jambos win while Crossgates Primrose hit six". Dunfermline Press. Newsquest. Retrieved 16 February 2017. ^ a b "Kelty Hearts History". Retrieved 16 February 2017. ^ a b c d e f "New Central Park, Kelty, Fife". Retrieved 16 February 2017. ^ a b "Kelty Hearts confirmed as the 89th Scottish FA member club". Scottish Football Association.

Video – Page 2 – Stranraer FCA first half Paul Woods strike saw Stranraer take all three points at Stair Park. Match report, highlights and interviews to follow. Continue Reading Stranraer 1-0 Albion Rovers The Blues suffered a narrow defeat at league leaders Kelty Hearts. Highlights and interviews to follow. Kelty Hearts 1-0 Stranraer Goals from Matty Yates and Broque Watson saw Stranraer record their first home league win of the new season. Highlights and interviews to follow. Stranraer 2-0 Stenhousemuir Ouzy See's 80th minute goal saw Edinburgh City take all three points, despite Stranraer having the lion's share of chances at Stair Park. Match report, interviews and highlights to follow.

[12] Former Rangers and Scotland captain Barry Ferguson was announced as the club's new manager on 18 October 2018. [13] The 2019–20 Lowland League season was ended with immediate effect on 13 April 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic with Kelty Hearts being declared champions on a points per game average based on the current standings. [14][15] For the second consecutive season, Kelty were declared champions of the 2020–21 Lowland Football League on a points per game formula due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The decision was announced by the Lowland Football League on 30 March 2021. [16] Kelty were promoted to the SPFL for the first time on 23 May 2021 after beating Brechin City 3–1 on aggregate in the Pyramid play-off final. [17] Continuing to make history during the 2021–22 season, Kelty, leading Scottish League Two at the time, played in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup for the first time. Facing Scottish Premiership side and cup holders St Johnstone, Kelty won 1–0 after extra time at home in front of a sold-out crowd, thanks to a goal by Kallum Higginbotham.

The club were previously members of the Scottish Junior Football Association, playing in the Fife League followed by the East Region Superleague. In December 2017 the club became a full SFA member, making them eligible to enter the Scottish Cup and move up through the pyramid system. [5] History[edit] In 1975, Kelty Hearts were formed as Kelty Hearts Amateur Football Club and worked their way up from the bottom of the Kirkcaldy & District Amateur Football Association to the top in four seasons. [6] The club turned junior after only a few years to remain competitive with other local sides. [7] They initially played in the Fife League, one of six regions across the country, quickly becoming one of its leading sides, then became members of the East Region in 2002 when the number was reduced to three.

12 December 2017. Retrieved 30 January 2018. ^ "Club History". Retrieved 27 May 2022. ^ "Kelty Hearts - History". Kelty Hearts. Retrieved 17 September 2018. ^ a b "Linlithgow Rose 2-1 Kelty Hearts". 3 June 2007. Retrieved 26 November 2018. ^ "Kelty accepted into East of Scotland League". Retrieved 16 September 2018. ^ "KELTY HEARTS WIN PROMOTION TO LOWLAND LEAGUE". Pars Review. Retrieved 16 September 2018. ^ "The only way is up for Kelty! ".

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