|Full name||Kevin Damien Keelan|
|Date of birth||5 January 1941|
|Place of birth||Calcutta, Bengal Province, British India|
|1978–1979||→ New England Tea Men (loan)||54||(0)|
|1980||New England Tea Men||29||(0)|
|1980–81||Jacksonville Tea Men (indoor)||13||(0)|
|1981||Tampa Bay Rowdies||18||(0)|
|1981–1982||Tampa Bay Rowdies (assistant)|
|1982||Tampa Bay Rowdies (interim)|
|1991–||University of Tampa (assistant)|
|1997||Tampa Bay Mutiny (assistant)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Kevin Damien Keelan MBE (born 5 January 1941) is an English former professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper. He spent the majority of his career with Norwich City, though he also played for Aston Villa, Stockport County, Wrexham, New England Tea Men and Tampa Bay Rowdies.
Keelan was born in British India where his father was serving in the Army.
After beginning his career with Kidderminster Harriers, he had spells with Aston Villa, Stockport County, Kidderminster Harriers again and Wrexham before signing for Norwich City in the summer of 1963. Between then and 1980 he would make 673 first-team appearances for City, a club record.
He was twice City Player of the Year and played for the City side which lost the 1973 League Cup Final to Tottenham Hotspur.
While playing for the Tampa Bay Rowdies in 1981, Keelan also served as an assistant manager, a position he retained in 1982. In July 1982, he also served as the interim manager when Gordon Jago resigned. In June 1991, the University of Tampa hired Keelan as the goalkeeper coach for the men's soccer team. In February 1997, he replaced Peter Mellor as the goalkeeper coach for the Tampa Bay Mutiny of Major League Soccer.
In an interview for the Norwich City matchday programme on 30 April 2006, Keelan confirmed that he runs goalkeeping schools in Cape Coral and Tampa Florida and coaches "pretty much every night". He also stated that for 20 years he has worked for a company that manufactures contact lenses and distributes them all over the world, but plans to retire at the end of 2006 to concentrate on his coaching. He is also a staff coach with the Florida Soccer Club.
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