Extensive research has revealed the pivotal role of kinesin family member 20A (KIF20A) in cancer. However, its latent involvement in renal clear cell carcinoma (ccRCC) still remains unclear. Thus, here we explored the role of KIF20A in ccRCC. For this, a series of software including R (v. 3.6.1), SPSS (v. 23), ImageJ and FlowJo were used for the analyses. Open-access data were obtained from The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA), International Cancer Genome Consortium (ICGC) and Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO) databases. Weighted Gene Co-expression Network Analysis (WGCNA) was used for module gene identification. In vitro results indicated that KIF20A expression is up-regulated in ccRCC tissue. KIF20A knockdown was able to inhibite cell proliferation and invasion of kidney A498 and Caki-1 cells. Meanwhile, KIF20A showed a strong association with immune infiltration. Particularly, KIF20A had a strong positive correlation with Th2 cells, Treg cells and Macrophages, but a negative correlation with Th17 cells, Mast cells and NK cells. These correlations may suggest the use of KIF20A as an underlying immunotherapy target in ccRCC. Our data indicated that KIF20A may promote cell invasion and proliferation in ccRCC, thus serving as an independent tumor marker and a putative therapeutic target.