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Luz I Vogël Stadium
Luz i Vogel Stadium (Albanian: Stadiumi Luz i Vogël
Luz i Vogël
2008) is a purpose-built stadium in Kavajë
Kavajë
Municipality. The stadium was built in 2008 by the Luz i Vogël
Luz i Vogël
council and was paid for by them, with a seated capacity of 600 supporters
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Luz I Vogël
Luz i Vogël
Luz i Vogël
is a village and an administrative unit situated in the central plains of Albania's Western Lowlands region. A former rural municipality, it is now part of Tirana
Tirana
County.[1] At the 2015 local government reform it became a subdivision of the municipality Kavajë.[2] The population at the 2011 census was 4,735.[3] See also[edit]Luzi UnitedReferences[edit]^ "Shoqata e Komunave të Shqipërisë". Archived from the original on 2014-04-14.  ^ Law nr
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Mislim Koçi Stadium
Mislim Koçi Stadium
Stadium
(Albanian: Stadiumi Mislim Koçi) is a multi-use stadium in Gramsh, Albania
Albania
which is used as the home ground of local football club KF Gramshi.[1][2] References[edit]^ Mislim Koçi Stadium
Stadium
at FSHF ^ Korabi “prek” qiellin …Gramshi në festë!This article about an Albanian sports venue is a stub
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Gjorgji Kyçyku Stadium
Gjorgji Kyçyku Stadium
Gjorgji Kyçyku Stadium
is a stadium in Pogradec, Albania. It is the home ground of KS Pogradeci.Contents1 History 2 Matches since 2016-20172.1 2016-2017 Season3 ReferencesHistory[edit] Gjorgji Kyçyku is the stadium where the KS Pogradeci
KS Pogradeci
team plays since 1932
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Ismail Xhemali Stadium
Ismail Xhemali Stadium
Stadium
is a multi-use stadium in Pukë, Albania. The stadium has a seated capacity of 1,950 people and it is mostly used for football matches and it is the home ground of Tërbuni Pukë.[1][2][3][4] Following Tërbuni Pukë's promotion to the Albanian Superliga
Albanian Superliga
for the first time in 2015, the Ismail Xhemali Stadium
Stadium
was inspected by the Albanian Football Association
Albanian Football Association
and it was deemed unfit to host top flight football games,[5] and it required reconstruction to meet the minimum requirements of standards set by the Albanian Football Association ahead of the 2015–16 season
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Kamëz Stadium
The Kamëz
Kamëz
Stadium is a sports stadium in Kamëz, Tirana County, Albania. The ground is owned and managed by the Municipality of Kamëz, and it is the home ground of FC Kamza.[2][1]A panoramic photo of the Kamëz
Kamëz
Stadium taken in 2010.See also[edit]List of Albanian football stadia by capacity List of stadiums in AlbaniaReferences[edit]^ a b "Stadiumi Kamza Soccerway profile". Soccerway. 20 August 2016. Retrieved 20 August 2016.  ^ "Stadiumi i Kamëz
Kamëz
ndërron "look"" (in Albanian). Sportal. 22 August 2015
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Kastrioti Stadium
Kastrioti Stadium
Stadium
(Albanian: Stadiumi Kastrioti) is a multi-use stadium in Krujë, Albania. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Kastrioti Krujë.[1] References[edit]^ FIFA habitet nga pamja e stadiumit KastriotiCoordinates: 41°30′43.60″N 19°47′12.22″E / 41.5121111°N 19.7867278°E / 41.5121111; 19.7867278This article about an Albanian sports venue is a stub
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Korabi Stadium
Korabi Stadium
Stadium
(Albanian: Stadiumi I Korabit is a multi-use stadium in Peshkopi, Albania
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Laçi Stadium
Laçi
Laçi
Stadium
Stadium
(Albanian: Stadiumi Laçi) is a multi-use stadium in Laçi, Albania. It is used mostly for football matches and hosts the home games of KF Laçi
KF Laçi
of the Albanian Superliga. The stadium currently has an official seated capacity of 2,300, but attendances have reached 4,000 in recent years Reconstruction[edit] Following an impressive 2009–10, KF Laçi
KF Laçi
decided to reconstruct the stadium in order to meet the UEFA
UEFA
licensing criteria to host their home Europa League
Europa League
at their own stadium. The three stands surrounding the pitch were renovated and around 2,300 blue plastic seats were installed to turn the stadium into an all seater
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Liri Ballabani Stadium
Liri Ballabani Stadium (a.k.a. Burreli Stadium, Albanian: Stadiumi Liri Ballabani or Stadiumi i Burrelit) is a multi-purpose stadium in Burrel, Albania. The stadium is the home ground of KS Burreli
KS Burreli
and has a capacity of 3,000.[1] References[edit]^ "Liri Ballabani Stadium". CitySeeker. Archived from the original on 23 July 2017
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Loni Papuçiu Stadium
Loni Papuçiu Stadium
Stadium
(Albanian: Stadiumi Loni Papuçiu) is a multi-use stadium in Fier, Albania
Albania
which is used as the home ground of local football club Apolonia Fier. It was built in 1958 and has been the Apolonia's home ground ever since. The stadium has a seated capacity of 6,800.[1] The stadium was reconstructed in 2013, and was completed 7 months later in February 2014 in time for a home fixture against Ada Velipojë on 15 February 2014
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Loro Boriçi Stadium
The Loro Boriçi
Loro Boriçi
Stadium (Albanian: Stadiumi Loro Boriçi) is a multi-purpose stadium in Shkodër, Albania, which is used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Vllaznia. The initial stadium was built in 1952 and named after the communist partisan Vojo Kushi. It was reconstructed during the 1980s bringing its capacity to around 15,000
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Mamurras Stadium
Mamurras
Mamurras
Stadium
Stadium
is a multi-use stadium in Mamurras, Albania
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New Sukth Stadium
New Sukth
Sukth
Stadium
Stadium
(Albanian: Stadiumi Sukthi i Ri) is a multi-use stadium in Sukth, Durrës, Albania
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Flamurtari Stadium
Flamurtari Stadium
Stadium
(Albanian: Stadiumi Flamurtari) is a multi-use stadium in Vlorë, Albania. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of KS Flamurtari Vlorë. The stadium has a capacity of 16,500 people.[1] Before the construction of the stadium, Flamurtari Vlorë
Vlorë
played their home games on a field known as Varri i Halimit, which translates to Halimi's Tomb. The field was located near Uji i Ftohtë, which is where the club's training ground is located. The stadium was built in 1961 with an initial capacity of 6,500, and was expanded to 11,000 in 1975 following a reconstruction. During the club's golden era the stadium would attract crowds of up to 15,000 spectators and in 1987 when the club faced FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona
in the UEFA Cup there was a crowd of 18,500, making it the ground's record attendance
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Nexhip Trungu Stadium
Nexhip Trungu Stadium
Stadium
(Albanian: Stadiumi Nexhip Trungu) is a multi-use stadium in Cërrik, Elbasan County, Albania
Albania
which is used as the home ground of local football club Turbina Cërrik.[1] In 2015 Turbina Cërrik
Cërrik
were promoted to the Albanian First Division, the second tier of Albanian football, and Cërrik
Cërrik
Municipality made minor improvements to the stadium which included the installation of 350 new seats in the main stand as well as a renovation of the changing rooms. References[edit]^ Soccerway profileThis article about an Albanian sports venue is a stub
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