KF Shkëndija Tiranë

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KF Shkëndija Tiranë is an Albanian football club based in Tirana, and is the football team of the Sports mastery school Loro Boriçi. The academy is famous for being one of the most successful in the country and has produced 35 Albanian international footballers. The club's glory days were in the 1970s where they were regulars in the Kategoria Superiore and were featured in the Balkan Cup in 1971–72. In 1986, the club was renamed Studenti ILFK Tirana,[1] but was reverted to Shkëndija Tiranë. The club currently competes in the Kategoria e Tretë.

KF Shkëndija Tiranë
Shkëndija Tiranë Club Logo.svg
Full nameShkëndija Tiranë
Founded1968
GroundQendra e Ekipeve Kombëtare, Kamëz, Albania
ChairmanErmal Tahiri
ManagerErvin Bulku
LeagueKategoria e Tretë
2020Kategoria e Tretë, 8th (withdrew)
WebsiteClub website

HistoryEdit

In December 2010, Sulejman Mema took over the club, as principal of the Loro Boriçi School.[2]

The club uses the Albanian national team sport centre in Kamëz, Tiranë for training and matches.

HonoursEdit

Under-17sEdit

  • Tirana U17 Championship: 2012–13[3]

Under-19sEdit

  • National U19 Championship (15):
    • 1969–70, 1971–72, 1972–73, 1974–75, 1975–76, 1977–78, 1982–83, 1984–85, 1985–86, 1987–88, 1989–90, 2002–2003, 2012–13, 2018-2019[4]

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