K Sports

Country
Address K Sports Cobdown, Station Road, Aylesford, Kent ME20 6AU
Website www.ksports-fc.co.uk
Founded 1919
Stadium K Sports Cobdown
Phone No. 07725 941711
Affiliated to: Kent FA

Matchday pass numbers: 621-626 + 2x all games
Chairman: Graham Martin
07748104314
vscsnooker@hotmail.co.uk
Secretary & Fixtures Secretary: Tony Highsted
07885 578803
tonyhighsted@yahoo.co.uk
Correspondence Address: 10 The Green, Bexleyheath, Kent DA7 5DW
Program Editor: Graham Martin
07748104314
vscsnooker@hotmail.co.uk
Colours: Shirts: Black/White; Shorts: Black; Socks: Black; Keeper Shirt: Pink
Change strip: Shirts: Shorts: Socks: Yellow; Keeper Shirt: Lime Green
Manager: Kris Browning
07932 971121
kris.vanman@blueyonder.co.uk
Midweek home games Wednesday
Brief Directions: Leave M20 at junction 5. At roundabout turn right onto A20.
Upon entering Ditton turn right into Station Road. Ground is on the left

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K Sports - A History

Established 1919 Honours Senior Div Winners: 1959/60, 1963/64 Premier Div Winner: 1987/88, 1990/91 Challenge Cup Winners: 1986/87 Kent Senior Cup 3 times Kent County Div2 Champs Kent County Div1 Champs TWCC Champions 2013/14 Originally founded in 1919 and established as a senior club in 1946. The club has been a long time force in the Kent league and has a very proud history. The present club reformed in 1974 and as reeds international won the western Premier in 1987/88 and again in 1990/91 after reverting to APM, in 2009 the Contrast name was added as local business man Dave Dadson of Contrast South East put in a big sponsorship deal. The Club plays its football at K Sports Cobdown, where we have a long standing history. The football club has always been a senior section but in 2013-2014 season APM grow with the introduction of a youth section with two teams in the Kent Youth League. The next season saw the club has now grown even further with the amalgamation of Holtwood Rangers and a full youth section was introduced making the club a force in Kent Football. The club then changed their name to K Sports FC and embarked on a new and exciting era. The 2017-18 Season saw Kris Brownings side finish in second place in the First Division, just missing out on the title to Punjab United. It was good enough for promotion though the 2018-19 campaign saw K Sports take their place in the SCEFL Premier Division where they finished in an impressive 12th place.
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