Albanians in Sweden

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Albania Albanians in Sweden Sweden
Shqiptarët në Suedi
Total population

50.000

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Regions with significant populations
Malmö · Landskrona · Göteborg
Languages
Swedish, Albanian language
Religion
Islam, Christianity, Irreligious

Albanians number up to 50,000 people in Sweden. The vast majority has immigrated from Kosovo and Albania.

Organisations[edit]

"Albanska Riksförbundet Iliria"(Lidhja e Shoqatave Shqiptare në Suedi) is an Albanian organisation in the Swedish town Borlänge. This organisation is democratic and non-religious. The goals for this organisation is to work for the ethnic Albanian people in Sweden, to integrate them into the Swedish society etc.[1]

Sport[edit]

Albanska Fotbolls Föreningen "Albanska FF" is an Albanian football team in Sweden.[2]

Media[edit]

Radio Dituria is an Albanian radiostation located in Borås.[3] This radiostation represent Albanian culture and traditions.

Notable Albanians from Sweden[edit]

Academia[edit]

Entertainment[edit]

Sports[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ STADGAR FÖR ALBANSKA RIKSFÖRBUNDET ILIRIA (in Swedish)
  2. ^ "Albanska Fotbolls Föreningen — Herrlaget". Svenskalag.se. Retrieved 2010-07-26. 
  3. ^ "Radio Dituria". Radiotorget.net. Retrieved 2010-08-01. 
  4. ^ "Rizah Sheqiri, Invandrade författare". Immi.se. Retrieved 2010-07-26. 

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