FK Shkupi

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This article is about the football club established in 2012. For the dissolved club, see FK Sloga Jugomagnat.
KF Shkupi
KF Shkupi Logo.png
Full name Klubi Futbollistik Shkupi
Nickname(s) Pëllumbat (Гулаби, Pigeons)
Founded 2012
Ground Čair Stadium,
Čair, Skopje
Ground Capacity 6,000
Chairman Ejup Ademi
Manager Zekirija Ramadan
League Macedonian First League
2014–15 Macedonian Second League, 1st (promoted)

KF Shkupi (Macedonian: ФК Шкупи, Albanian: KF Shkupi) is a football club, playing in Čair in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. The club will be playing in the Macedonian First League after a promotion from the Macedonian Second League in previous season.


Main article: FK Sloga Jugomagnat

The club was founded in 2012 after the merger of FC Albarsa and FK Sloga Jugomagnat. The club is the successor and phoenix club of FK Sloga Jugomagnat. On the initiative of fans in 2006 and in cooperation with sports workers, former players, local populations, NGOs, and with the help of the Mayor in 2013 the club eventually honors its name to FC Shkupi.


Republic of Macedonia Macedonian Second League:


Current squad[edit]

As of 30 June 2015 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Republic of Macedonia GK Suat Zendeli (captain)
12 Republic of Macedonia GK Jasir Bajrami
30 Republic of Macedonia GK Marjan Madzaroski
Republic of Macedonia GK Krenar Ramadani
6 Republic of Macedonia DF Ersen Asani
15 Republic of Macedonia DF Leonard Kallaba
16 Republic of Macedonia DF Mevlan Murati (on loan from Shkëndija)
21 Republic of Macedonia DF Mevlan Adili
22 Republic of Macedonia DF Flakron Ajdari
23 Republic of Macedonia DF Dimitrija Lazarevski
4 Republic of Macedonia MF Bujamin Asani
5 Republic of Macedonia MF Muharem Bajrami
7 Republic of Macedonia MF Ermedin Adem
No. Position Player
8 Republic of Macedonia MF Fisnik Zuka
10 Republic of Macedonia MF Besar Iseni
11 Republic of Macedonia MF Ardijan Nuhiji
14 Republic of Macedonia MF Filip Janevski
18 Republic of Macedonia MF Florent Osmani
20 Republic of Macedonia MF Edis Malikji
25 Republic of Macedonia MF Fatmir Arif
TBA South Korea MF Bum Geun Bae
TBA Republic of Macedonia MF Emir Shabani
9 Republic of Macedonia FW Husein Demiri
17 Republic of Macedonia FW Miran Maksuti


The team's supporters are the Shvercerat which were officially established in 1989 in Čair in Skopje. Shvercerat is Albanian for "Smugglers".

On February 13, 2011, a large gathering of FK Vardar supporters, congregated at the Skopje Fortress to protect development of the site.[1] [2][1]


Shkupi's biggest rival is FK Vardar. During the 1990s, the city derby was one of the biggest in the league, until financial troubles plagued the club and was relegated to the second league. In the second league, Shkupi developed a rivalry with FK Teteks as Tetek's supporters have a connection with Vardar supporters.



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