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Who are we ?

KSQ Football Club was formed in 1991 to foster football within Kirkliston, South Queensferry and neighbouring areas. We are members of the East of Scotland Soccer Development Association. Our coaches are all volunteers who have been through official SFA training at various levels.

Where are we ?

During the summer months all teams train at Allison Park in Kirkliston every Thursday . In the winter months, we train indoors, or on all-weather pitches. The location and time varies depending on the age group but this also takes place on a Thursday evening. Click on the Training links to find out more or Contact the club.

League Games.

Most league games are played on a Sunday morning. Home games for the under 8s, 9s, 10s and 11s are played at Allison park in Kirkliston. Older teams play their home games at Kirklands Park in Kirkliston. Directions to Allison Park can be found here.

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New KSQ Website

A new KSQ Website has now been launched, and can be found here http://www.clubwebsite.co.uk/ksq/ . Please change you bookmarks and favourites to link to this new website. Many thanks.


We are a football development association and therefore we are here to help children learn ball skills, technique and teamwork - NOT to win games, trophies and medals. Please ensure that all coaches and parents are aware of this ethos. The guidelines at this level are in place to allow the players to play without pressure and to allow flexibility within the game. The guidelines must be adhered to, as they are in place to give the players an insight in to the rules of the game. We should not lose sight of the fact that the children in all age groups are very young and need guidance. It is our job as coaches and parents to supply this guidance. This is especially important at the younger age levels where we have the chance to instill a lot of good habits into their game. We must take this chance to develop our players further rather than shouting and screaming at the sidelines, which certainly DOES NOT encourage good habits. The behaviour of both parents and coaches is of the upmost importance, remember the children are always watching. The children's development is in our own hands, let's develop them properly.

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