KF Trepça

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KF Trepça
Full name Klubi Futbollistik Trepça Mitrovicë
Nickname(s) Xehetarët
Founded 1932; 83 years ago (1932)
Ground Olympic Stadium Adem Jashari,
Mitrovica, Kosovo
Ground Capacity 18.200
Chairman Nexhmedin Haxhiu
Manager Fidaim Haxhiu
League Raiffeisen Superliga
2013-14 Superliga, 3th[clarification needed]

Football Club Trepca Mitrovica (Albanian: Klubi Futbollistik Trepça Mitrovicë) is a football club based in Mitrovica, Kosovo. The club was founded in 1932 [1][2]

History[edit]

The football club Trepca was named after the former Trepča MinesThe club colours are black and green. The club was founded in 1932 [3][4] under the name Trepca by Albanian workers of the Trepca Mines in Mitrovica.. From the founding year until 1938, the club did not have an own venue. In 1938, a small field was built where they played until the Second World War. Later they received its own stadium, the Olympic Stadium Adem Jashari, which offered then about 30,000 spectators. At that time, the club consisted mainly of Yugoslav players with Albanian background, but also few Kosovo Serbs played for the club.

Stadium[edit]

Trepça vs. KF Vëllaznimi (2008)

The home ground of the club is the Stadiumi Olimpik Adem Jashari, The stadium is the largest in Kosovo with a capacity of 18,200 [5]

International matches[edit]

The club has played three international matches in 1977/78:

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Kosovo GK Arben Beqiri
2 Kosovo DF Flakron Ibërdemaj
3 Kosovo DF Amir J. Prishtina
4 Kosovo MF Liridon Voca
4 Kosovo DF Hekuran Rama
5 Kosovo DF Kujtim Kutllovci
6 Kosovo DF Arbnor Istrefi
7 Kosovo FW Florent Sejdiu
8 Kosovo FW Veton Shabani
10 South Korea MF Hyunsso Lee
11 Kosovo MF Valmir Aliu
12 Kosovo GK Mehmet Ibrahimi
13 Kosovo MF Agron Shabani
No. Position Player
14 Kosovo DF Hekuran Rama
15 Kosovo DF Kujtim Kutllovci
16 Kosovo FW Argjend Mustafa
17 Kosovo MF Endrit Hajdini
18 Ghana MF Felix Siameh
19 Ukraine FW Andriy Bobrov
20 South Korea MF Won Yeong
22 South Korea DF Ho-jun Cho
23 Kosovo FW Florent Avdyli
24 South Korea DF Min Kyong
25 Kosovo MF Lorik Arifi
26 Kosovo MF Enis Veliaj
30 Albania DF Sindrit Guri

Youth squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Kosovo GK Valent Beqiri
2 Kosovo MF Menduar Hajredini
3 Kosovo DF Enis Beqiri
4 Kosovo DF Hekuran Rama
5 Kosovo DF Mergim Smajli
6 Kosovo MF Arbnor Istrefi (Club captain)
7 Kosovo FW Alban Tahiri
9 Kosovo FW Berat Vinarci
11 Kosovo MF Arlind Rashica
No. Position Player
12 Kosovo GK Flamur Vinarci
13 Kosovo DF Elton Hasani
14 Kosovo MF Diogjen Beqiri
15 Kosovo MF Visar Zeneli
16 Kosovo DF Valon Shkupolli
17 Kosovo FW Milot Sahiti
18 Kosovo DF Faton Durmishi
21 Kosovo MF Visar Ahmeti
25 Kosovo MF Valmir Aliu

For the list of all current and former players with Wikipedia article, please see: Category:KF Trepça players.

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