Shqipëria

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Albania was created as league in October 2004. The league is known to the community by its local name Shqiperia.

Shqiperia
Flag of Albania Coat of Arms of Albania
Location of Albania
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Zone: Eastern Europe
Continent: Europe
Season: 9
Number of teams (approx): 680 (active ~230)
Level of series: 9
Number of regions: 12
Top series name: Superliga
National cup name: Shqiperia Cup
National coach: BLEDIDR
U-20 Coach: BLEDIDR
Currency lek
20,000 lek = 100 US$
Time zone Hattrick Time+1


History

The Albanian league was started in October 2004. The league is known to the community by its local name Shqiperia.


Trophies

None yet.


Albanian staff

Former staff:


League champions

Season Team Name Manager Name
9 TEUTA MILAN BLEDIDR
8 TEUTA MILAN BLEDIDR
7 Jakova FC Jakovari
6 Jakova FC Jakovari
5 Jakova FC Jakovari
4 FC Atletika Genti
3 Jakova FC Jakovari
2 Jakova FC Jakovari
1 F.K Tiranes (Bot) Unknown
0 F.K Tiranes (Bot) Unknown


Shqiperia Cup champions

Season Team Name Manager Name
9 TEUTA MILAN BLEDIDR
8 TEUTA MILAN BLEDIDR
7 Illyrian[1] Genti
6 DARDANIJA tedi1
5 FC Atletika Genti
4 Jakova FC Jakovari
3 Jakova FC Jakovari
2 FC Atletika Genti
1 kf.Liria[2] badis


National Teams

National Team Coaches

World Cup Manager
World Cup X BLEDIDR
World Cup IX Former user, then: Ballist
World Cup VIII Former user
World Cup VII Former user
World Cup VI Kkvvvh


U-20 Team Coaches

World Cup Manager
U-20 World Cup IX BLEDIDR
U-20 World Cup VIII BLEDIDR
U-20 World Cup VII Jakovari
U-20 World Cup VI Jakovari
U-20 World Cup V Leitchy


Footnotes

  1. ^  Changed name, Illyrian was previously named FC Atletika and later left Hattrick.
  2. ^  Changed name, kf.Liria renamed to KF Liria Prizren and later left Hattrick.


Regions of Shqipëria Shqipëria

Berat | Dibër | Durrës | Elbasan | Fier | Gjirokastër | Korçë | Kukës | Lezhë | Shkodër | Tiranë | Vlorë


Eastern Europe

Belarus | Bosna i Hercegovina | Bulgaria | Crna Gora | Cyprus | Hellas | Hrvatska | Makedonija | Moldova | România | Rossiya | Shqipëria | Srbija | Türkiye | Ukraina