KF Albpetrol

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KF Albpetrol
Albpetrol Patos Club Logo.svg
Full nameKlubi i Futbollit Albpetrol Patos
Founded1947; 72 years ago (1947)
GroundAlush Noga Stadium, Patos, Albania
ChairmanPetraq Mihali
ManagerAdriatik Kurti
LeagueAlbanian Second Division
2017–18Albanian Second Division, Group B, 3rd

KF Albpetrol Patos is an Albanian football club located in the city of Patos in Fier County. Their home ground is the Alush Noga Stadium and they currently compete in the Albanian Second Division.


The club was founded in 1947 under the name Patosi, which was renamed to Puna Patos between 1951 and 1958, which was again renamed to Punëtori Patos in 1958. They first played in the Albanian First Division in 1974. In 1990, they were finalists in the Albanian National Cup, where they lost to FK Partizani.[1] In 1992 the club was taken over by petrolium company Albpetrol, who changed the name of the club to Albpetrol Patos. The first participation of the club in European football was in the 1993–94 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup where they lost 1–3 on aggregate in the qualifying round against FC Balzers of Liechtenstein.


European games[edit]

  • QR = Qualifying Round
Season Competition Round Country Club Home Away
1993–94 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup QR Liechtenstein FC Balzers 0–0 1–3

Current squad[edit]

As of 22 November 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 Albania GK Marjus Kapaj
2 Albania DF Romeo Derka
3 Albania DF Xhulian Arapi
4 Albania DF Renato Naci
5 Albania DF Ledian Mbyeti (Captain)
7 Albania MF Jurgen Hidersha
8 Albania MF Edison Kapo
9 Albania MF Fabio Dhrami
10 Albania MF Redian Hatia
No. Position Player
13 Albania FW Dalip Cemeri
14 Albania FW Romario Prifti
6 Albania DF Ganiel Liçka
11 Albania FW Medion Dylja
12 Albania GK Renaldo Baba
15 Albania DF Xhuljano Ferko
18 Albania MF Saimir Idrizi
19 Albania MF Aleksandër Dhrami
20 Albania DF Klajdi Rakipaj
23 Albania DF Gerald Dano

Historical list of coaches[edit]