|Date of birth||24 February 1985|
|Place of birth||Stirling, Scotland|
|Height||5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)|
|2004–2005||Northern Oklahoma College|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 16:51, 10 August 2014 (UTC).
Kevin Kelbie (born 21 December 1984) is a Scottish footballer who plays for Linlithgow Rose in Scottish Junior Football Association, East Region. He has previously played in the Scottish Football League First Division for Greenock Morton.
Kelbie started his youth career at Celtic, before moving to rivals Rangers in a rare move between the Glasgow rivals. He studied for an HND in Sports Coaching at Falkirk College from 2001 – 2003. In his second year at the college, he was part of the 5-a-side team who won the college championship versus Stevie Grainger's team in the final. He played his first senior games at Clackmannanshire side Alloa Athletic, before heading to the United States for a sporting scholarship at Northern Oklahoma College.
On his return to the United Kingdom, Kelbie signed with Northern Irish side Glentoran on a loan deal after impressing in a trial. He was released by the Glens without making an appearance and manager Tommy Wright moved to sign him for fellow Northern Irish side Ballymena United. Kelbie stayed at Ballymena for five seasons, with the club rejecting a transfer bid from league champions Linfield in 2008.
Back to Scotland with Greenock Morton
From Ballymena, Kelbie returned to Scotland to join Greenock Morton. At Cappielow, he joined up with Allan Moore, who had been training him at Stirling Albion when he was in Scotland and flying over at the weekend for games in Northern Ireland. Kelbie made his début for Morton against nearby Dumbarton in the Scottish Challenge Cup on 24 July 2010, and scored his first goal at Victoria Park, Dingwall in a 1–3 defeat by Ross County, in the following.
Return to Northern Ireland
Back to Scotland
Kelbie joined Stirling Albion after being released from Glenavon. He left the club in May 2012 and signed for Camelon Juniors two months later. A prolific spell saw him top scorer in the 2013–14 Scottish Junior Cup and Kelbie moved on to Linilthgow Rose in the summer of 2014.
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