Albanian Second Division

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Albanian Second Division
Logo of the Albanian Second Division
Founded1930
CountryAlbania Albania
ConfederationUEFA
Number of teams27 (13 Group A, 14 Group B)
Level on pyramid3
Promotion toAlbanian First Division
Relegation toAlbanian Third Division
Domestic cup(s)Albanian Cup
Current championsTërbuni (4th title)
(2018–19)
Most championshipsTërbuni (4) titles
WebsiteOfficial
2018–19 Albanian Second Division

Kategoria e Dytë is the third level of football in Albania. It was called the Second Division until 2003. Kategoria e Dytë has two groups, A and B. which are divided geographically. Both groups have 14 teams each. The winners of each group earn the right to be promoted to the Albanian First Division and they also play a single final for seasonal champions. Teams which finish last in each group are relegated to the Albanian Third Division.

All-time champions, second placed and leading goalscorers[edit]

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Year Champions Runners-up Leading goalscorer (Club) Goals
1960 Ylli i Kuq Pogradec N/A N/A
1961 Butrinti Sarandë N/A N/A
1962 Erzeni Shijak N/A N/A
1962–63 Punëtori Patos N/A N/A
1963–64 Tërbuni Pukë N/A N/A
1964–65 Punëtori Patos N/A N/A
1965–66 Tërbuni Pukë N/A N/A
1966–67 Përparimi Kukës N/A N/A
1968 22 Tetori Poliçan N/A N/A
1969–74 (not held) N/A N/A N/A
1974–75 Vetëtima Himarë N/A N/A
1975–76 Minatori Rrëshen N/A N/A
1976–77 Korabi Peshkopi N/A N/A
1977–78 Korabi Peshkopi N/A N/A
1978–79 Shkumbini Peqin N/A N/A
1979–80 Butrinti Sarandë N/A N/A
1980–81 Erzeni Shijak N/A N/A
1981–82 Përparimi Kukës N/A N/A
1982–83 Korabi Peshkopi N/A N/A
1983–84 Sopoti Librazhd N/A N/A
1984–85 Ylli i Kuq Pogradec N/A N/A
1985–86 Ballsh i Ri N/A N/A
1986–87 Veleçiku Koplik
Dajti Kamëz
Bistrica Delvinë
N/A N/A
1987–88 Turbina Cërrik N/A N/A
1988–89 21 Shkurti Selenicë N/A N/A
1989–91 (not held) N/A N/A N/A
1991–92 KF Rubiku N/A N/A
1992–95 (not held) N/A N/A N/A
1995–96 Porto Shëngjin N/A N/A
1996–97 (not held) N/A N/A N/A
1997–98 Everest Kamza N/A N/A
1998–99 Ilir Viking Tiranë N/A N/A
1999–00 KF Këlcyra N/A N/A
2000–01 Veleçiku Koplik N/A N/A
2001–02 Albania Fushë Kuqe N/A N/A
2002–03 Partizani Tirana Academy N/A N/A
2003–04 Kastrioti Krujë KS Pogradeci N/A N/A
2004–05 Turbina Cërrik Minatori Tepelena N/A N/A
2005–06 KS Burreli Bilisht Sport N/A N/A
2006–07 Bylis Ballsh Dajti Kamëz N/A N/A
2007–08 Gramozi Ersekë Tërbuni Pukë N/A N/A
2008–09 KF Memaliaj KF Gramshi N/A N/A
2009–10 KF Vlora Adriatiku Mamurras N/A N/A
2010–11 FK Kukësi KF Himara N/A N/A
2011–12 Tërbuni Pukë Partizani Tirana N/A N/A
2012–13 Albpetrol Patos Veleçiku Koplik N/A N/A
2013–14 Iliria Fushë-Krujë Sopoti Librazhd N/A N/A
2014–15 KF Gramshi Korabi Peshkopi N/A N/A
2015–16 Tomori Berat KF Shënkolli N/A N/A
2016–17 FK Egnatia Naftëtari N/A N/A
2017–18 FK Vora Elbasani N/A N/A
2018–19 Tërbuni Devolli N/A N/A

Participating teams of season 2019-20[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Location Stadium Capacity
Ada Velipojë Adriatik Velipojë 1,200
Internacional Tirana Tirana Internacional Complex 1,000
Kamza Kamëz Kamëz Stadium 5,500
Mirdita Rrëshen
Klosi Klos
Kukësi B Kukës
Luzi 2008 Luz i Vogël Luz i Vogël Stadium 600
Partizani B Tirana National Sports Centre 50
Sopoti Librazhd Sopoti Stadium 3,000
Spartaku Tiranë Tirana Stadiumi Marko Boçari 2,500
Tirana B Tirana Skënder Halili Complex 200
Vora Vorë Fusha Sportive Marikaj 1,000
Vllaznia B Shkodër Reshit Rusi Stadium 1,200

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Group B[edit]

Team Location Stadium Capacity
Albpetrol Patos Alush Noga Stadium 2,150
Butrinti Sarandë Butrinti Stadium 5,000
Delvina Delvinë Panajot Pano Stadium 2,500
Gramozi Ersekë Ersekë Stadium 2,000
Gramshi Gramsh Mislim Koçi Stadium 1,500
Këlcyra Këlcyrë Fusha Sportive Këlcyrë 1,000
Maliqi Maliq Jovan Asko Stadium 1,500
Memaliaj Memaliaj Karafil Caushi Stadium 1,500
Naftëtari Kuçovë Bashkim Sulejmani Stadium 5,000
Përmeti Përmet Durim Qypi Stadium 4,000
Selenica Selenicë Selenicë Stadium 4,000
Skrapari Çorovodë Skrapar Sports Field 1,500
Tepelena Tepelenë Sabaudin Shehu Stadium 2,000
Tomori Berat Tomori Stadium 14,450

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