|Full name||Agustin Kola|
|Date of birth||10 May 1959|
|Place of birth||Albania|
|2010–2011||KF Tirana U-17|
|2011–||KF Tirana U-19|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Agustin Kola (born 10 May 1959) is a former Albanian footballer. His former teams are SK Tirana, where he played all but one season of his career, as he has one season in Greece with Egaleo F.C. in the 1991-1992 season. He was also a member of the Albania from 1980 to 1994, in total he earned 21 caps and scored one goal against Poland in 1984.
Kola is sixth ranked in the all-time Superliga goal scorers with 140 goals.
He was the manager of SK Tirana during the 2008-2009 season, but resigned just two matches before the end of the season, however SK Tirana won the championship, mainly because of his presence as a coach during that season.
After spending some of his teen years at the Tirana Circus, as an acrobat, and also excelling in swimming, Kola was seen playing football by then middle school teacher Aurel Verria, who referred him to Kola's first coach at KF Tirana's youth, Enver Rada. Kola was then 13 years old. At 14, he excelled at the youth Spartakiad and, given his acrobatic mastery, his role was goallie. However, after his team was losing 0-1, he told one of the defenders to go and become goallie and went himself to attack. Coach Rada didn't have time to recall his undisciplined player because Kola scored the drawing goal, and soon after helped one of his teammates score the winner. From that game on, Kola never played as a goallie anymore, but became an forward.
Kola will be remembered by the KF Tirana fans as one of its greatest players for the spirit of sacrifice that he would put into the game. Several times Kola played even injured for his team and managed to overturn the fate of the game into a Tirana win. His partnership in attack with Arben Minga made the attacking power of KF Tirana one of the most memorable of the Albanian football.
Goals in Albanian Championship
- Agustin Kola at National-Football-Teams.com