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Albanian Superliga
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Country  Albania
Confederation UEFA
Founded 6 June 1930
Number of teams 12
Levels on pyramid 1
Relegation to First Division
Domestic cup(s) Albanian Cup
International cup(s) Champions League
Europa League
Current champions Skënderbeu
(2012–13)
Most championships KF Tirana (24 titles)
TV partners TVSH
SuperSport
Website Official
2013–14 Albanian Superliga

The Albanian Superliga (Albanian: Kategoria Superiore), the highest level of association football in Albania, was founded in 1930 under the name Kategoria e Parë (First Division). KF Tirana are the most successful team with 24 titles won.

At its inception, six teams competed for the league title. In the 1998–1999 season it became the 'Kategoria superiore' with sixteen teams participating; in 1999–2000 that number was reduced to 14. Since the 2006–2007 season, 12 teams played in the Superliga, then it converted back to 14 teams last season and the recent 2012-13 season.

Current competition format

There are 14 clubs in the Superior League. During the course of the season (from August to May) each club plays the others twice (a double round robin system), once at their home stadium and once at that of their opponents, for a total of 26 games. Teams receive three points for a win and one point for a draw. No points are awarded for a loss. Teams are ranked by total points, then head-to-head record, then goal difference, and then goals scored. At the end of each season, the club with the most points are crowned champions. If points are equal, the head-to head record and then goal difference determine the winner. The two lowest placed teams are relegated to the Albanian First Division and the top two teams from the Albanian First Division, together with the winner of play-offs involving the third and fourth Albanian First Division clubs, are promoted in their place.

History

The First Division in Albanian football was founded in 1930. Like many countries though, a Premier Division (Superliga) has been founded since then and First Division is now the second level in Albanian football. This became the case in 1998. The league has been dominated by clubs from Albania's capital city, Tirana, with only sixteen titles going elsewhere in the country. Nine of those sixteen titles have gone to Vllaznia Shkodër.

Albania 1st Football Tournament of 1911

Main article: 1911 Albanian Superliga

This football event was only revealed by historians in 2012 and is supposed to be the very first championship ever played in Albania, but is still not recognized by AFA, founded 19 years later. All matches, including the final, were played in Fier. It was contested by 8 teams and KF Tirana won the championship.[1]

Championships of World War II

Main articles: 1939 Albanian Superliga, 1940 Albanian Superliga and 1942 Albanian Superliga

During period 1939-1945, even though World War II caused significant disruptions of played football, in many countries such as France, Germany, Belgium, Denmark, Croatia, Austria, Finland, etc. football was played and championships and trophies have been historically recognized. There are many example clubs, such as Girondins Bordeaux, Olympique Marseille, KR Reykjavik, Antwerp FC, Rapid Wien, TPS Turku, etc.

Albania was among countries that played football during that period, even though in a limited way. Along this period, AFA organized three championships, 1939, 1940 and 1942.[2][3][4][5][6][7][8]

According to all information gathered in years from Albanian and foreign historians, players and veterans who lived these events, clear evidence proves the existence of these championships at that time, as well as the existence of three trophies given from AFA officials themselves. Particularly the 1942 Albanian Superliga had a nationwide participation - the first and the only one so far involving teams from both countries, Albania and Kosovo. KF Tirana have won two of these championships, 1939 Albanian Superliga & 1942 Albanian Superliga and KS Vllaznia have won 1940 Albanian Superliga. This would update the championship trophies won by these clubs to respectively 26 and 10 to present time.

After years of silence, AFA appointed a dedicated commission with 5 members, which has been involved in gathering enough evidence in this regard. However, AFA finally made a decision in February 2013 that, according to them, although AFA admits the WWII Championships have indeed been played correctly and rightfully, are not legitimate and won't be recognized since they weren't organized by the AFA, but by the Fascist regime.[9]

The Golden Star

In 1958, based on an idea of Umberto Agnelli, the honor of Golden Star for Sports Excellence ("Stella d’Oro al Merito Sportivo" in Italian) was introduced to recognize sides that have won multiple championships or other honours by the display of gold stars on their team badges and jerseys. However, the Golden Star is not officially awarded by the FSHF and is voluntarily added to team jerseys by the respective team. In Albania, the practice is to award one star for ten titles. The first team to adopt a star was Partizani Tirana in Albania,[10] who added a star above their badge in 1958 to represent their tenth Kategoria Superiore title. In 2000, KF Tirana received their second golden star for having won their 20th league title.

The current officially-sanctioned Serie A stars are:

  • KF Tirana, received in 1968 and 2000.
  • Partizani Tirana, received in 1963.
  • Dinamo Tirana, received in 1973.

Creation of the Pan-Albanian league

On 4 January 2013 the Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha has called on the creation of a study group to create a Pan-Albanian football league, as well as pan-Albanian leagues in all sports, where teams from both Albania and Kosovo would participate.[11] However Armand Duka, president of the FSHF, thinks that the idea cannot be realized given that the statutes of UEFA and FIFA would not allow such league.[12]

Qualification for European competitions

As of the start of the 2013–14 Albanian Superliga season, qualification for European competitions is as follows: champions qualify for the 2nd qualifying round of the Champions League, second and third place qualifies for the 1st qualifying round of the Europa League. The Albanian Cup winners qualify for the 1st qualifying round of the Europa League.

  • 41 Montenegrin First League (5.250)
  • 42 First Macedonian Football League (5.250)
  • 43 Albanian Superliga (4.166)
  • 44 Maltese Premier League (3.958)
  • 45

All-time champions, second placed and leading goalscorers

Year Champions Runners-up Leading goalscorer (Club) Goals
1911 SK Tirana (not recognized officially) KS Shkumbini N/A N/A
1930 SK Tirana Skënderbeu Emil Hajnali (SK Tirana)
Rexhep Maçi (SK Tirana)
3
1931 SK Tirana Teuta Aristotel Samsuri (Skënderbeu) 7
1932 SK Tirana Vllaznia Haki Korça (SK Tirana) 4
1933 Skënderbeu Vllaznia Servet Tefik Agai (Skënderbeu) 7
1934 SK Tirana Skënderbeu Mark Gurashi (SK Tirana) 12
1935 (not held) N/A N/A N/A
1936 SK Tirana Vllaznia Riza Lushta (SK Tirana) 11
1937 SK Tirana Vllaznia Riza Lushta (SK Tirana) 25
1938 (not held) N/A N/A N/A
1939 SK Tirana (not recognized officially) Vllaznia N/A N/A
1940 Vllaznia (not recognized officially) Skënderbeu N/A N/A
1941 (not held) N/A N/A N/A
1942 SK Tirana (not recognized officially) Vllaznia N/A N/A
1943 (not held) N/A N/A N/A
1944 (not held) N/A N/A N/A
1945 Vllaznia SK Tirana Loro Boriçi (Vllaznia) 11
1946 Vllaznia Flamurtari Xhevdet Shaqiri (Vllaznia) 10
1947 Partizani Vllaznia Hamdi Bakalli (Partizani) 7
1948 Partizani Flamurtari Tish Daija (Flamurtari)
Zihni Gjinali (Partizani)
11
1949 Partizani Vllaznia Zihni Gjinali (Partizani) 13
1950 Dinamo Partizani Loro Boriçi (Partizani) 9
1951 Dinamo Partizani Refik Resmja (Partizani) 59
1952 Dinamo Partizani Refik Resmja (Partizani) 17
1953 Dinamo Partizani Refik Resmja (Partizani) 9
1954 Partizani Dinamo Refik Resmja (Partizani) 13
1955 Dinamo Partizani Refik Resmja (Partizani)
Skënder Jareci (Dinamo)
23
1956 Dinamo Partizani Refik Resmja (Partizani) 17
1957 Partizani Dinamo Niko Bespalla (Teuta) 15
1958 Partizani Besa Skënder Jareci (Dinamo) 14
1959 Partizani SK Tirana Refik Resmja (Partizani)
Gani Merja (SK Tirana)
Enver Shehu (SK Tirana)
Panajot Pano (Partizani
6
1960 Dinamo Partizani Skënder Jareci (Dinamo) 13
1961 Partizani Dinamo Panajot Pano (Partizani) 14
1962–63 Partizani Dinamo Panajot Pano (Partizani) 17
1963–64 Partizani Dinamo Robert Jashari (Partizani) 17
1964–65 KF Tirana Partizani Selami Dani (Vllaznia) 10
1965–66 KF Tirana Partizani Robert Jashari (Partizani) 14
1966–67 Dinamo (not recognized officially by UEFA) KF Tirana Josif Kazanxhi (KF Tirana) 14
1968 KF Tirana Partizani Medin Zhega (Dinamo) 19
1969–70 KF Tirana Partizani Skënder Hyka (KF Tirana) 19
1970–71 Partizani Dinamo Panajot Pano (Partizani) 17
1971–72 Vllaznia KF Tirana Ilir Përnaska (Dinamo) 19
1972–73 Dinamo Partizani Ilir Përnaska (Dinamo) 17
1973–74 Vllaznia Partizani Ilir Përnaska (Dinamo) 12
1974–75 Dinamo Vllaznia Ilir Përnaska (Dinamo) 19
1975–76 Dinamo KF Tirana Ilir Përnaska (Dinamo) 17
1976–77 Dinamo Skënderbeu Ilir Përnaska (Dinamo) 18
1977–78 Vllaznia Luftëtari Agim Murati (Partizani) 13
1978–79 Partizani KF Tirana Agim Murati (Partizani)
Petrit Dibra (KF Tirana)
14
1979–80 Dinamo KF Tirana Përparim Kovaçi (Tomori) 18
1980–81 Partizani Dinamo Dashamir Bajaziti (Besa) 14
1981–82 KF Tirana Flamurtari Vasil Ruci (Flamurtari) 12
1982–83 Vllaznia Partizani Dashamir Bajaziti (Besa) 16
1983–84 KS Elbasani KF Tirana Vasil Ruci (Flamurtari) 12
1984–85 KF Tirana Dinamo Faslli Fakja (Vllaznia)
Arben Minga (KF Tirana)
13
1985–86 Dinamo Flamurtari Kujtim Majaci (Apolonia) 20
1986–87 Partizani Flamurtari Arben Arbri (Tomori) 14
1987–88 KF Tirana Flamurtari Agustin Kola (KF Tirana) 18
1988–89 KF Tirana Partizani Agustin Kola (KF Tirana) 19
1989–90 Dinamo Partizani Kujtim Majaci (Apolonia) 19
1990–91 Flamurtari Partizani Kliton Bozgo (Tomori) 29
1991–92 Vllaznia Partizani Edmir Bilali (Vllaznia) 20
1992–93 Partizani Teuta Edmond Dosti (Partizani) 21
1993–94 Teuta KF Tirana Edi Martini (Vllaznia) 14
1994–95 KF Tirana Teuta Arben Shehu (Luftëtari) 21
1995–96 KF Tirana Teuta Altin Çuko (Tomori) & (Laçi) 21
1996–97 KF Tirana Vllaznia Viktor Paço (Flamurtari) 14
1997–98 Vllaznia KF Tirana Dorian Bubeqi (Shkumbini) 26
1998–99 KF Tirana Vllaznia Artan Bano (KS Lushnja) 23
1999–00 KF Tirana Tomori Klodian Arbëri (Tomori) 18
2000–01 Vllaznia KF Tirana Indrit Fortuzi (KF Tirana) 30
2001–02 Dinamo KF Tirana Indrit Fortuzi (KF Tirana) 24
2002–03 KF Tirana Vllaznia Mahir Halili (KF Tirana) 20
2003–04 KF Tirana Dinamo Vioresin Sinani (Vllaznia) 36
2004–05 KF Tirana KS Elbasani Dorian Bylykbashi (Partizani) 24
2005–06 KS Elbasani KF Tirana Hamdi Salihi (KF Tirana) 29
2006–07 KF Tirana Teuta Vioresin Sinani (KF Tirana) 22
2007–08 Dinamo Partizani Vioresin Sinani (Vllaznia) 20
2008–09 KF Tirana Vllaznia Migen Memelli (KF Tirana) 22
2009–10 Dinamo Besa Daniel Xhafa (Besa) 18
2010–11 Skenderbeu Flamurtari Daniel Xhafa (Flamurtari) 19
2011–12 Skenderbeu Teuta Roland Dervishi (Shkumbini) 20
2012–13 Skenderbeu FK Kukesi Migen Memelli (Flamurtari) 19

Note: from 1958 to 1991, KF Tirana and KS Elbasani were named respectively 17 Nëntori and Labinoti

Performance by club

Club Winners Runners-up Championship seasons
KF Tirana
27*[14][15]
13
1930, 1931, 1932, 1934, 1936, 1937, 1939 (not yet recognized by AFA), 1942 (not yet recognized by AFA), 1964-1965, 1966-67, 1968, 1969-1970, 1981-1982, 1984-1985, 1987-1988, 1988-1989, 1994-1995, 1995-1996, 1996-1997, 1998-1999, 1999-2000, 2002-2003, 2003-2004, 2004-2005, 2006-2007, 2008-2009
Dinamo Tirana
17
10
1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1955, 1956, 1960, 1972–1973, 1974–1975, 1975–1976, 1976–1977, 1979–1980, 1985–1986, 1989–1990, 2001–2002, 2007–2008, 2009–2010
Partizani Tirana
15
19
1947, 1948, 1949, 1954, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1961, 1962–1963, 1963–1964, 1970–1971, 1978–1979, 1980–1981, 1986–1987, 1992-1993
Vllaznia Shkodër
10*[16]
10
1940 (not yet recognized by AFA), 1945, 1946, 1971-1972, 1973-1974, 1977-1978, 1982-1983, 1991-1992, 1997-1998, 2000-2001
Skenderbeu Korce
4
3
1933, 2010–2011, 2011–2012, 2012–2013
KS Elbasani
2
1
1983–1984, 2005–2006
Flamurtari Vlore
1
7
1990–1991
Teuta Durrës
1
6
1993–1994
  • KF Tirana and KS Vllaznia would have respectively won 27 and 10 titles, should the 1911 Albanian Superliga and World War 2 championships played during years 1939-1942 be officially recognized from AFA. Read above for further information, details or references.

All time clubs ranking

Table

Pos Team Seasons Matches Wins Draws Defeats GF GA GD Points
1 KF Tirana 74 1796 943 457 396 3042 1624 1418 2653
2 KS Vllaznia 73 1774 840 414 520 2739 1831 908 2361
3 Dinamo Tirana 61 1624 808 438 378 2630 1451 1179 2266
4 Partizani Tirana 60 1538 823 404 311 2748 1276 1472 2224
5 KS Teuta 72 1745 621 491 633 1862 1952 - 90 1972
6 KS Flamurtari 69 1675 601 452 622 1954 2038 - 90 1817
7 KS Besa 63 1529 529 429 571 1754 1862 - 108 1623
8 KS Elbasani 64 1544 519 418 607 1646 1925 - 279 1594
9 KS Skenderbeu Korce 60 1373 454 369 550 1489 1712 - 223 1419
10 KS Lushnja 41 1082 292 317 473 1016 1450 - 434 1011
11 KS Tomori 45 1102 310 290 502 1115 1635 - 520 992
12 KS Apolonia 35 943 270 225 448 984 1470 - 486 867
13 KS Luftëtari Gjirokastër 39 988 279 232 477 907 1423 - 516 848
14 KS Shkumbini 21 592 221 117 254 697 766 - 69 757
15 Besëlidhja Lezhë 23 608 154 169 285 500 802 - 302 502
16 KF Laçi 15 403 140 80 183 426 594 - 168 436
17 KS Bylis 13 320 114 77 126 390 407 - 17 421
18 KS Kastrioti 12 330 114 71 146 352 440 - 88 370
19 Naftëtari 16 384 90 109 185 322 635 - 313 289
20 KS Shkëndija 10 258 67 88 103 215 284 - 69 222
21 KS Albpetrol 7 201 54 37 110 182 362 - 180 155
22 Sopoti 5 146 46 30 70 146 217 - 71 145
23 KS Pogradeci 11 236 44 95 149 186 512 - 326 137
24 KF Erzeni Shijak 7 124 28 27 69 120 245 - 125 98
25 Luftetari Shk.Bashkuar 4 80 30 16 34 99 110 - 11 76
26 KS Burreli 4 108 23 23 62 96 186 - 90 77
27 Spartaku Shkodër 3 68 25 17 26 91 123 - 32 67
28 Dinamo Durrës 3 70 18 24 28 63 98 - 35 60
29 FK Kukësi 1 26 15 7 4 49 25 24 52
30 Dinamo Shkodër 2 56 10 19 27 52 83 - 31 39
31 Spartak Tiranë 3 66 10 17 39 68 132 - 64 37
32 KS Egnatia 1 36 7 7 22 26 48 - 22 28
33 KS Kamza 1 26 7 6 13 22 32 - 10 27
34 Selenica 1 30 10 7 13 33 54 - 21 27
35 KS Gramozi Ersekë 1 33 6 8 19 25 43 - 18 26
36 Dinamo Vlorë 1 20 6 4 10 19 48 - 29 16
37 KS Iliria 1 30 7 2 21 22 64 - 42 16
38 SK Përmeti 1 26 4 5 17 9 44 - 35 13
39 Ylli Shkodër 1 10 5 1 4 29 15 14 11
40 Liria Korçë 1 10 3 2 5 16 15 1 8
41 Korabi 1 22 1 6 15 8 48 - 40 8
42 Studenti 1 26 1 6 19 9 43 - 34 8
43 Spartaku Korçë 1 12 2 1 9 10 45 - 35 5
  • Points for each club are totalled up from previously 2 points valued per win, bonus points for away wins, bonus points for 3 goals and over wins, deducted points for 3 goals or over defeats, current 3 points per win rule and other points deducted as result of various punishments.

Last updated: End of 2012-13 season

All-time top scorers

All-time top-scorers of the Albanian Superliga.

# Scorer Goals Teams Seasons
1 Albania Vioresin Sinani 209 Vllaznia (176), KF Tirana (23), Besa (5) 1997–2012
2 Albania Daniel Xhafa 207 Bylis (12), Flamurtari (32), Dinamo (23), Teuta (82), KF Tirana (18), Besa (18) 1997–Present
3 Albania Refik Resmja 184 KF Tirana (4), Partizani (180) 1948–1964
4 Albania Indrit Fortuzi 167 Dinamo (15), KF Tirana (152) 1992–2008
5 Albania Panajot Pano 144 KF Tirana (8), Partizani (136) 1958–1974
6 Albania Agustin Kola 140 Shkëndija (7), KF Tirana (133) 1978–1997
7 Albania Ilir Përnaska 136 Dinamo (136) 1968–1981
8 Albania Skënder Jareci 122 Teuta (3), Dinamo (119) 1949–1965
9 Albania Arben Minga 105 KF Tirana (105) 1977–1996
10 Albania Migen Memelli 103 Skënderbeu (17), Teuta (13), KS Elbasani (16), Laçi (1), KF Tirana (23), Flamurtari (33) 2000–Present
11 Albania Loro Boriçi 101 Vllaznia (23), Partizani (77), Spartak Tirana (1) 1937–1957
12 Albania Medin Zhega 101 Vllaznia (66), Dinamo (35) 1964–1978
13 Albania Dorian Bubeqi 95 Albpetrol (4), Shkumbini (48), Besa (19), Luftëtari (3), Apolonia (6) Bylis (9) Lushnja (6) 1997–2009
14 Albania Vasil Ruci 94 Flamurtari (94) 1977–1993
15 Albania Gjergji Muzaka 92 Partizani Tirana (44), KF Tirana (17), Dinamo Tirana (4), Skenderbeu Korce (16), Flamurtari Vlore (11) 2001–Present
16 Albania Enver Ibërshimi 92 Elbasani (92) 1960–1973
17 Albania Fjodor Xhafa 90 Flamurtari (22), Dinamo (20), Bylis (7), KF Tirana (30), Elbasani (8) 1994–Present
18 Albania Mexhit Haxhiu 87 Flamurtari (77), Partizani (10) 1963–1976
19 Albania Andrea Marko 86 Dinamo 1975-1986
20 Albania Sokol Kushta 86 Flamurtari (55), Partizani (31) 1980-1991

Seasons top scorers

The following is the list of the Albanian Superliga top scorers by season.[17]

Season Top-scorer Team Goals
1930 Albania Emil Hajnali
Albania Rexhep Maçi
SK Tirana 3*
1931 Albania Teli Samsuri Skënderbeu 7
1932 Albania Haki Korça SK Tirana 4*
1933 Albania Servet Teufik Agaj Skënderbeu 7
1934 Albania Mark Gurashi SK Tirana 12*
1936 Albania Riza Lushta SK Tirana 11
1937 Albania Riza Lushta SK Tirana 25
1945 Albania Loro Boriçi Vllaznia 11*
1946 Albania Xhevdet Shaqiri Vllaznia 10
1947 Albania Hamdi Bakalli Partizani 7*
1948 Albania Tish Daija
Albania Zihni Gjinali
Flamurtari
Partizani
11
1949 Albania Zihni Gjinali Partizani 13*
1950 Albania Loro Boriçi Partizani 9*
1951 Albania Refik Resmja Partizani 59
1952 Albania Refik Resmja Partizani 17*
1953 Albania Refik Resmja Partizani 9*
1954 Albania Refik Resmja Partizani 13*
1955 Albania Refik Resmja
Albania Skënder Jareci
Partizani
Dinamo
23
1956 Albania Refik Resmja Partizani 17
1957 Albania Niko Bespalla Teuta 15
1958 Albania Skënder Jareci Dinamo 14
1959 Albania Refik Resmja
Albania Gani Merja
Albania Enver Shehu
Albania Panajot Pano
Partizani
Partizani
SK Tirana
SK Tirana
6
1960 Albania Panajot Pano Dinamo 13
1961 Albania Panajot Pano Partizani 14
1962–63 Albania Robert Jashari Partizani 18
1963–64 Albania Robert Jashari Partizani 9
1964–65 Albania Robert Jashari Partizani 14
1965–66 Albania Josif Kazanxhi SK Tirana 13
1966–67 Albania Medin Zhega Dinamo 19
1968 Albania Skënder Hyka SK Tirana 19
1969–70 Albania Panajot Pano Partizani 19
1970–71 Albania Ilir Përnaska Dinamo 19
1971–72 Albania Ilir Përnaska Dinamo 17
1972–73 Albania Ilir Përnaska Dinamo 12
1973–74 Albania Ilir Përnaska Dinamo 19
1974–75 Albania Ilir Përnaska Dinamo 17
1975–76 Albania Ilir Përnaska Dinamo 18
1976–77 Albania Agim Murati Partizani 12
1977–78 Albania Agim Murati Partizani 14
1978–79 Albania Agim Murati
Albania Petrit Dibra
Partizani
SK Tirana
14
1979–80 Albania Përparim Kovaçi Tomori 18
1980–81 Albania Dashnor Bajaziti Besa 14
1981–82 Albania Vasil Ruci Flamurtari 12
1982–83 Albania Dashnor Bajaziti Besa 16
1983–84 Albania Vasil Ruci Flamurtari 12
1984–85 Albania Vaslli Fakja
Albania Arben Minga
Vllaznia
SK Tirana
13
1985–86 Albania Kujtim Majaci Apolonia 20
1986–87 Albania Arben Arbri Tomori 14
1987–88 Albania Agustin Kola SK Tirana 18
1988–89 Albania Agustin Kola SK Tirana 19
1989–90 Albania Kujtim Majaci Apolonia 19
1990–91 Albania Kliton Bozgo Tomori 29
1991–92 Albania Edmir Bilali Vllaznia 20
1992–93 Albania Edmond Dosti Partizani 21
1993–94 Albania Edi Martini Vllaznia 14
1994–95 Albania Arben Shehu Luftëtari 21
1995–96 Albania Altin Çuko Tomori & Laçi 21
1996–97 Albania Viktor Paço Flamurtari 14
1997–98 Albania Dorian Bubeqi Shkumbini 26
1998–99 Albania Artan Bano KS Lushnja 23
1999–00 Albania Klodian Arbëri Tomori 18
2000–01 Albania Indrit Fortuzi SK Tirana 30
2001–02 Albania Indrit Fortuzi SK Tirana 24
2002–03 Albania Mahir Halili SK Tirana 20
2003–04 Albania Vioresin Sinani Vllaznia 36
2004–05 Albania Dorian Bylykbashi Partizani 24
2005–06 Albania Hamdi Salihi SK Tirana 29
2006–07 Albania Vioresin Sinani SK Tirana 23
2007–08 Albania Vioresin Sinani Vllaznia 20
2008–09 Albania Migen Memelli SK Tirana 22
2009–10 Albania Daniel Xhafa Besa 18
2010–11 Albania Daniel Xhafa Flamurtari 19
2011–12 Albania Roland Dervishi Shkumbini 20
2012–13 Albania Migen Memelli Flamurtari 19

Teams for the 2013–14 season

Albanian Superliga
Team City/Area Stadium Capacity
Bylis Ballsh Stadiumi Adush Muça 7,500
Besa Kavajë Stadiumi Besa 9,000
Flamurtari Vlorë Stadiumi Flamurtari 11,000
Kastrioti Krujë Stadiumi Kastrioti 8,000
FK Kukesi Kukës Zeqir Ymeri Stadium 6,500
KF Laçi Laç Stadiumi Laçi 5,500
Lushnja Lushnje Stadiumi Roza Haxhiu 10,000
FK Partizani Tirane Stadiumi Qemal Stafa 19,600
KF Tirana Tirana Stadiumi Qemal Stafa 19,600
Skënderbeu Korçë Stadiumi Skënderbeu 12,000
Teuta Durrës Stadiumi Niko Dovana 13,000
Vllaznia Shkodër Stadiumi Loro-Boriçi 20,600

References

External links

  • FSHF website
  • League at FIFA
  • League at soccerway.com
  • League321.com - Albanian football league tables, records & statistics database.
  • League Contact at Sportlistings.com.
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