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Keith Football Club history Highlights
- Club Formed in 1910
- Reformed in January 26th 1919
- First pitch was Seafield Park, and they played in the Huntly & District League.
- Sir John W Kynoch donated Kynoch Park in 1922.
- Entered Highland League in 1924.
- Record Home Defeat 1-9 against Elgin City in 1925.
- Played first ever Scottish Cup tie in 1926, losing 7-3 at Peebles Rovers.
- Played first ever Scottish Cup tie at Kynoch Park in 1928 winning 5-2 against Dalbeattie Star. Lost 1-6 in 2nd Round against Scottish Cup Holders Celtic in front of a record crowd of 5,820. This was Celtic's first ever appearance North of Aberdeen, and their side included such all-time greats as tragic keeper John Thomson and goal machine Jimmy McGory.