|Full name||Klubi Sportiv Teuta Durrës|
|Nickname(s)||Djemt e Detit|
|Ground||Stadiumi Niko Dovana, Durrës, Albania
|2012–13||Albanian Superliga, 3rd|
Klubi Sportiv Teuta Durrës or KS Teuta is an Albanian football team, with its base in the city of Durrës. The club was founded in 1925 with the name of "KS Urani". In 1927, the club renamed themselves to "SK Durrës", in 1930, "KS Teuta Durrës", in 1946 "Ylli i Kuq Durrës" (Red Star), in 1950 "SK Durrës", in 1951 "Puna Durrës", and from 1958 to 1990, "KS Lokomotiva Durrës". In 1991, the club went back to being named "KS Teuta". The club plays at the Niko Dovana Stadium (capacity 12,000). In the season 2006/07 they were runners-up both in the league and in the cup.
- 1959, 1961
- Albanian Cup: 3
- 1995, 2000, 2005
In 1994–95, the club participated in a European cup competition for the first time. They were eliminated in the qualifying round for the UEFA Cup by the Cypriotic team, Apollon Limassol (aggregate 3–8).
Teuta's fans are known as Ultras Djemt e Detit (Boys of the Sea).
KS Teuta in Europe 
As of December, 2008.
|1994/95||UEFA Cup||QR||Apollon Limassol||1–4||2–4|
|1995/96||UEFA Cup Winners' Cup||QR||TPS Turku||3–0||0–1|
|1996/97||UEFA Cup||1QR||FC Kosice||1–4||1–2|
|1999||UEFA Intertoto Cup||1R||IA Akranes||2–1||1–5|
|2000/01||UEFA Cup||2QR||SK Rapid Wien||0–4||0–2|
|2002||UEFA Intertoto Cup||1R||Valletta||0–0||2–1|
|2004||UEFA Intertoto Cup||1R||FK ZTS Dubnica||0–0||0–4|
|2005/06||UEFA Cup||1QR||NK Široki Brijeg||3–1||0–3|
|2007/08||UEFA Cup||1QR||NK Slaven Belupo||2–2||2–6|
|2012/13||UEFA Europa League||1QR||FC Metalurgi Rustavi||0–3||1–6|
- QR = Qualifying Round
- 1R = 1st Round
- 2R = 2nd Round
Current squad 
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Hasan Lika (Nov 2002–March 04), (July 2006–June 07)
- Sulejman Starova (Aug 2008–May 09)
- Mirel Josa (July 2009–Jan 10)
- Ylli Shehu (Feb 2010–June 10)
- Edi Martini (June 2010–May 11)
- Hasan Lika (May 2011–Sept 12)
- Gentjan Begeja (Sept 2012–Jan 13)
- Gugash Magani (Jan 2013–)