|Full name||Aidan Keĵinz|
|Year of birth||1989|
|Place of birth||Cherry Trees, Craitland|
|Current club||Jogasim Revolution FC|
|2006–12||Eĵars Town FC|
|2012–||Jogasim Revolution FC|
|* Appearances (Goals) |
Player has received at least one call-up for any emboldened national teams
Keĵinz joined Eĵars Town FC aged 16 ahead of the 2006 season, being handed the 18 shirt. During his time at the club, he was used primarily as a substitute behind first-choice strikers including Jón Steveldtsen and Tim Isrdlvarien. Whilst playing with Eĵars, Keĵinz won three CrFA League 2 titles; in his début season, 2010 and 2011, and also added the 2008 and 2012 Cities' Cups to his honours there.
In the summer of 2012, upon the promotion of Eĵars to the CrFA League 1, Keĵinz was released from the club to be allowed to pursue a career in the newly-founded Senyan Top League, where he was signed by Jogasim Revolution FC. Keĵinz formed a strong partnership with Deryebel Čagelhîmer up front for the Revolution, accompanied by Senyan captain Barnaby Hands, and the pair's goals helped the club to three consecutive league titles in 2012–13, 2013–14 and 2014–15.
While the 2015–16 season saw Keĵinz and the Revolution finish second in the league, the team were successful internationally as they won a first confederational title, with Keĵinz scoring the first goal in the 2–0 final defeat of KP International of Gerenia. The Revolution's tournament win led them to the 2016 FMF Champions' League, where Keĵinz, despite missing his shoot-out kick against Hamland's Morfaga North Rangers in the semi-finals, helped the team to another final victory over KP International to earn them Micras' premier club title for the first time.
Keĵinz was joined by new signing and Senyan international Alesandrœ Danetskë in a strike partnership for the 2016–17 season; a pairing which became a considerable force behind the club's season success. After winning the Top League title following a year's gap; Keĵinz's fourth, the club added a first Kopa Sanya win ahead of a successive Champions' League title, where Keĵinz cored in the final, for an unprecedented treble. Keĵinz and the Revolution continued their record-breaking form with another FMF Champions' League win later in the year.
Keĵinz received his first international call-up for Craitland in 2015, playing the final minutes in a friendly with Talenore. He earned his second cap in 2017 in the 1–1 draw with Elwynn during the inaugural edition of the Treesian Memorial Cup, which Craitland won. Keĵinz's domestic form earned him a place in 2017's World Cup squad, and the forward played in three of Craitland's group matches, where a substitute appearance against New Vaduz saw him score four goals towards a 7–1 win, making him the first Crait to score that many goals in a single tournament game.