Football Superleague of Kosovo

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Football Superleague of Kosovo
Country Kosovo [a]
Founded 1945
Number of teams 12
Levels on pyramid 1
Relegation to Liga e Parë
Domestic cup(s) Kupa e Kosoves
Superkupa e Kosoves
Current champions KF Prishtina
Most championships KF Prishtina 10 (17)
Website www.ffk-kosova.com
2013–14 Football Superleague of Kosovo

Raiffeisen Superliga e Futbollit të Kosovës (English: Raiffeisen Football Superleague of Kosovo, Serbian: Рајфајсен Суперлига, Rajfajsen Superliga) is the top division of football in Kosovo[a]. The division was set up in 1945 and its official name has changed a number of times. Raiffeisen Superliga is organized by the Football Federation of Kosovo and the division currently has a 12-team format. The clubs play each other three times during the season for a 33-match schedule. At the end of the season, the bottom three teams in the division are relegated to the second tier, Liga e Parë.[1] Kosovo is not a member of FIFA or UEFA.

Clubs (2013–14)[edit]

Location of teams of the 2013–14 Football Superleague of Kosovo
Club Town Stadium
KF Besa Pejë Shahin Haxhiislami Stadium
KF Drenica Drenica Bajram Aliu Stadium
KF Drita Gjilan City Stadium (Gnjilane)
KF Ferizaj Ferizaj Ismet Shabani Stadium
KF Feronikeli Gllogovc Rexhep Rexhepi Stadium
KF Fushë Kosova Fushë Kosovë City Stadium (Kosovo Polje)
KF Hajvalia Prishtinë Hajvalia Stadium
KF Hysi Podujevë Merdare Stadium
KF Kosova Vushtrri Vushtrri City Stadium (Vučitrn)
FC Prishtina Prishtinë City Stadium (Pristina)
KF Trepça Mitrovicë Olympic Stadium Adem Jashari
KF Trepça'89 Mitrovicë Riza Lushta Stadium

Source for teams competing:[2]

Previous winners[edit]

This is a list of winners since 1945.[3]

As a subdivision of the Yugoslav league[edit]

Independent League of Kosovo[edit]

Reestablished after establishment of UNMIK[edit]

After Kosovo's declaration of independence[edit]

Notes[edit]

a.   ^ Kosovo is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Serbia and the Republic of Kosovo. The latter declared independence on 17 February 2008, but Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory. Kosovo's independence has been recognised by 107 out of 193 United Nations member states.

References[edit]

  1. ^ A brief history of football in Kosova[dead link]
  2. ^ "Rezultatet - Java 5 (15/09/2012 - 16/09/2012)". Soccerway. Football Federation of Kosova. Retrieved 16 September 2012. 
  3. ^ Kosovo - List of champions at RSSSF

External links[edit]