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History

The club was established in 1895. They joined the East Bristol & District League, winning Division Three in 1898–99 to earn promotion to Division Two. After bring promoted to Division One around the turn of the century, the club were relegated to Division Two during the 1930s, before winning the Division Two title in 1949–50 and earning promotion back to Division One. They won the Somerset Senior Cup in 1951–52, and again in 1957–58. In the late 1950s the club joined the Bristol Premier Combination, before moving up to the Somerset County League in 1967.

In 1973 Keynsham joined the Western League. They finished second-from-bottom of the league in 1975–76 and were relegated to the newly-formed Division One.  However, the club were Division One champions in 1977–78 and were promoted to the Premier Division. They were relegated back to Division One at the end of the 1982–83 season. The club remained in Division One until the end of the 1996–97 season when they were promoted to the Premier Division as Division One runners-up. However, they were relegated back to Division One two seasons later.

In 2000–01 Keynsham were Division One runners-up, earning promotion to the Premier Division. The club won the Somerset Senior Cup again in 2002–03,but were relegated back to Division One in 2006–07 after finishing bottom of the Premier Division.

Ground / Stadium

The club played at “The Hams” until 1910, when they moved to the Gaston ground. In 1925 they relocated to Park Road, where they remained until a move to Charlton Road in 1930.  The club moved to their current AJN Stadium in 1945.  A new clubhouse was built in the 1970s, followed by new dressing rooms in 1984; floodlights were erected in 1989.

Full name Keynsham Town Football Club
Nickname K’s
Founded 1895
Ground AJN Stadium
Chairman Malcolm Trainer
League Western League Division One
2017–18 Western League Division One, 3rd of 22