Our Impressions of Kynoch Park
A big wide pitch flanked by the Social Club and Main Stand on one side, and a covered terrace on the other. Behind goals are grass banks, with some paving at the town end.
The tin roofs to the stands give a quaint, almost agricultural feel to the ground. Floodlights aren't the brightest, and it can be chilly and open to the elements. We are reliably informed that the pitch can suffer in the winter, so it may be wise to call ahead.
(H) - Maroon Shirts with sky blue chest panel, sky blue shorts
(A) - White shirts with sky blue trim, maroon shorts
Directions to Kynoch Park
A96 Aberdeen to Inverness Road runs through the village. When you see the sign for ?Fire Station?, turn left (from Inverness) or right (from Aberdeen) and then take 1st left.
Kynoch Park is about halfway down on the right hand side. Parking on street or in small car park at ground. Be aware if coming from Inverness, you are not actually in Keith until you cross the River Isla ? before that is Fife-Keith, although the villages merge. The ground is in Keith itself.
Scotrail services from Aberdeen and Inverness call at Keith, but station is about 20 mins walk from ground
Stagecoach Bluebird from Aberdeen or Inverness