Category: Announcements

Life Member 2018

Keilor Park Football Club life member award for 2018 was awarded to Bradley Davies.

Brad has had a life long connection with the club

His father Ray was one of the founding members and a junior coach. Yes the ground is named after him.

Brad played for KP as a Junior and Senior. His passion for coaching has helped win 2 Premierships for the club in 2014 and 2015.

He has been president of the club the last 2 years as well as coaching Under 15.

Congratulations Brad !

Cast Your Vote – A Chance At A New Scoreboard

We’ve been selected for Pick My Project to get our Scoreboard REPLACED !!

Keilor Park Football Club have been lucky enough to be chosen as one of 30 clubs/groups to go into the running for funding through the ‘Pick My Project’ initiative.   Our aim is to get funding to have our scoreboard replaced.

What do we need ? Your help

How ? Simply by voting on the website

Voting opens Monday (13-08-2018) and you need to live within 5 km of the club to vote so put family/friends addresses to vote. (I voted with just using – Stadium Drive, 3042 – Sue – DESC Designs)

Steps –

  1. Go to https://pickmyproject.vic.gov.au
  2. You will need to Register if you don’t already have an account.
  3. In the “Set You Location”  search box enter Keilor Park
  4. Click “Confirm your Location”.   You can only vote for projects within 5km of your location. You will need to add your address in the area. Feel free to use a friends address if you live more than 5km away.
  5. All the projects in the running will be displayed
  6. You must shortlist 3 projects to vote on.
  7. Make sure you choose the one for the new scoreboard as shown in attachment as #1.
  8. Chose any other 2 projects.
  9. Once you have shortlisted you 3 projects. They will all be displayed then choose the VOTE NOW button
  10. You will then receive a SMS verification code which needs to be entered.

AND your DONE.

It’s that simple. Get all your family members and friends to vote.

CAST YOUR VOTE HERE

Electronic scoreboard installation at Recreation Reserve, Stadium Drive, Keilor Park – For the benefit of football|cricket club participants, spectators, etc

We would like to install an electronic scoreboard to replace our old and somewhat unsafe manual one. The project is pretty straightforward, has numerous community benefits and has been implemented by many other local clubs. An electronic scoreboard is basically a large video screen and aside from being able to display the scores and other important match information, it also is able to display videos, replays, live television, logos and sponsorship displays.

The electronic scoreboard will benefit all the thousands of local users of our oval (football and cricket players, official, volunteers and spectators). Aside from the enhanced match day experience for all the oval attendees, it will save the club volunteers a significant amount of time to run it on match day, be safer, save in maintenance as well as being able to be significant revenue generator from sponsorship dollars. Revenue will then be able to be invested back into our non for profit football and cricket clubs to provide further community value and increase participation in active sport.

Kick Starting KPFC 2019+

Background: After the withdrawal of our Men’s Senior Team for 2018, the committee made a commitment to our supporters and players that we would review every aspect of how we run football operations, whilst also developing a sustainable 3 year plan to ensure we never find ourselves in this situation again. So to kick start our return to Senior Football in 2019 and beyond, we will be holding an initial kickoff session to hear from our KP faithful on past issues and future solutions. The session is open to everyone from retired & past players, families, friends and anyone with an interest in seeing the Senior Men’s Devil return in 2019.

What: Kick Start KPFC for 2019 and beyond

When: Monday 28th May 7:00pm

Where: Keilor Park Sports Club

How: Sports Community is a sporting professional consulting group who have been engaged to work with the KP community in developing a 3 year business plan to ensure KPFC initially get their senior team back on the park, but more importantly ensure sustained success and growth for the long term.