Futsal Klub Tirana

Futsal Klub Tirana or short FK Tirana (English: Futsal Club Tirana) are the most successful Albanian futsal club. In their short existence they have already won 9 major trophies; 8 championships of the Albanian Futsal Championship, once Cup winners and one trophy of the Nationwide Futsal Cup.[1]

Futsal Klub Tirana
Full nameFutsal Klub Tirana
Nickname(s)Legjenda Bardh e Blu, Tirona, Bardheblutë
Founded2002
GroundTirana, Albania
ChairmanRefik Halili
ManagerArtur Angoni
LeagueAlbanian Futsal Championship
Active branches of KF Tirana
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Football (Men's) Football (Women's) Football (B team)
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Football (Youth) Futsal Basketball (Men's)
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Basketball (Women's) Volleyball (Men's) Volleyball (Women's)

This is the futsal wing of SK Tirana Multisport Club.

FK Tirana have also participated in UEFA Futsal Cup (now UEFA Futsal Champions League) nine times, most of any other Albanian futsal club. Few of these participations have been successful, such those of seasons 2004-05, 2006-07 and 2018-19 when they achieved important victories and were excluded from Main Round only due to a single lost match.[2]

Domestic achievementsEdit

Albanian Futsal Championship Champions - 8 (2003–04, 2005–06, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2015-16, 2017-18, 2018-19)

Albanian Futsal Cup Winners - 1 (2012)

InternationalEdit

Nationwide Futsal Cup Winners - 1 (2010)

European ResultsEdit

Appearances: 9

Season Competition Round Country Opponent Result Venue Qualified
2004–05 UEFA Futsal Cup Preliminary Round   Sheffield Hallam 6–4 EIS, Sheffield  
2nd place
  MAG Varna 3–3
First Qualifying Round   Dinamo Moskva 2–23 AWF, Kraków  
4th place
  Baustal Krakow 3–6
  Iberia Tbilisi 5–7
2006–07 UEFA Futsal Cup Preliminary Round   Skövde AIK 5–8 Arena Mladost, Sofia  
2nd place
  Hibernians FC 7–3
  Mladost Sofia 10–9
2008–09 UEFA Futsal Cup Preliminary Round   Albertslund IF 2–2 S.Darius & S.Girenas Sport Center,
Kaunas
 
3rd place
  Dinamo Chisinau 4–9
  Nautara Kaunas 4–6
2009–10 UEFA Futsal Cup Preliminary Round   White Eagles 4–3 S.Darius & S.Girenas Sport Center,
Kaunas
 
2nd place
  Madriu 4–2
  Nautara Kaunas 3–4
2010-11 UEFA Futsal Cup Preliminary Round   Ilves FS 1–3 Cottonera Sports Complex, Cospicua  
4th place
  Futsal BGA 4–5
  ZC Excess 2–4
2016–17 UEFA Futsal Cup Preliminary Round   Brezje Maribor 2–4 Tabor Hall, Maribor  
4th place
  Zduńska Wola 3–8
  FC Munsbach 1–5
2018–19 UEFA Futsal Champions League Preliminary Round   Hohenstein-Ernstthal 2-4 HOT-Sportzentrum,
Hohenstein-Ernstthal
 
3rd place
  Doukas 1-1
  Belfast United 5-4
2019–20 UEFA Futsal Champions League Preliminary Round   Kampuksen Dynamo 0-1 Kalev Sports Hall, Tallinn  
4th place
  SMS Viimsi 2-7
  Toulon Élite 3-9
2020–21 UEFA Futsal Champions League Preliminary Round   Prishtina 0-3 Palace of Youth and Sports, Pristina  

Overall resultsEdit

Overall PPs GP W D L GF GA GD PTs
Total 9 27 6 3 18 88 148 -60 21

Current squadEdit

Last Update: 25 November 2020[3]

# Position Name Nationality
1 Goalkeeper Alban Shiba  
12 Goalkeeper Klodian Rrapi  
2 Defender Vasil Kica  
3 Defender Miland Prendi  
8 Defender Erion Hoxha  
14 Defender Shyqyri Bylyku  
5 Winger Klevis Malaj  
10 Winger Endrit Kaca  
11 Winger Arben Skanja  
13 Winger Anxhelo Molla  
6 Pivot Elton Mucollari  
7 Pivot Nertil Ferraj  
9 Pivot Mario Mocka  

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Albanian Futsal Championship 2011-12". Archived from the original on 2012-01-08. Retrieved 2011-12-10.
  2. ^ FK Tirana in Europe Archived 2012-03-08 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ "Prishtina-Tirana". UEFA. Retrieved 22 January 2021. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)