KS Pogradeci

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KS Pogradeci
Full name Klubi Sportiv Pogradeci
Nickname(s) Liqenorët (The Lakes) Verdheblutë (The Yellow and Blues)
Founded 1932; 86 years ago (1932)
Ground Gjorgji Kyçyku Stadium
Pogradec, Albania
Ground Capacity 10,700
Owner Municipality of Pogradec
Chairman Arian Terolli
Manager Festim Fetollari
League Albanian First Division, Group B
2017–18 Albanian First Division, Group B, 5th

Klubi Sportiv Pogradeci is an Albanian football club based in Pogradec, a city in southeastern Albania. The club's home ground has been the Gjorgji Kyçyku Stadium and currently play in the Albanian First Division.


The club was founded in 1932 with name Klubi Sportiv Dragoj Pogradeci. In the 1936 season, the club played for the first time in the highest league in Albania. The greatest success of club history is the achievement of the semi-finals of the Albanian Cup in the 1992–93 season.[1]

Name History

1932-1947: KS Dragoj Pogradeci

1947-1949: KS Spartak Pogradeci

1949-1950: KS Pogradeci

1950-1958: KS Spartak Pogradeci

1958-1992: KS Ylli i Kuq Pogradeci

1992: KS Pogradeci


Gjorgji Kyçyku Stadium

The club has played its home matches at the Gjorgji Kyçyku Stadium since 1932.


Pogradeci is supported by a group of fans. The group called Ultras Liqenorët, they are present and organized in every match at home.

Honours and achievements[edit]


Current squad[edit]

As of 14 April 2018[2]

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 Hektor Mali
2 Albania MF Emiljano Hidri
4 Albania DF Xhoni Yzellari
5 Albania DF Miklovan Pere
6 Albania DF Armir Pura (vice-captain)
7 Albania DF Kopi Çerepi (captain)
8 Albania MF Ildian Shyti
9 Albania FW Albi Çekiçi
10 Albania MF Sajmir Jahaj (3rd-captain)
11 Albania MF Artion Alillari
12 Albania GK Rigers Mertkola
13 Albania FW Gabriel Terolli
14 Albania MF Xhulio Liçkollari
15 Albania MF Luarts Lame
No. Position Player
16 Albania DF Xhoni Yzellari
17 Albania FW Jurgersi Liçkollari
21 Albania FW Mario Kame
22 Albania FW Eldjon Topllari
23 Albania DF Redi Molla
Albania DF Kreshnik Kllogjri
Albania GK Eni Xhelollari
Albania DF Astrit Hysenllari
Albania GK Patrik Totollaku
Albania DF Arlind Hykellari
Albania MF Andi Çela
Albania FW Armando Mezini
Albania FW Erjon Dragoj


Alma Angjo is the first female doctor in a football club in Albania.

Role Staff
Chairman Albania Arian Terolli
Sporting director Albania Altin Prifti
Manager Albania Festim Fetollari
Doctor Albania Besnik Tira
Physiotherapist Albania Arben Shkëmbi
Physiotherapist Albania Alma Angjo

Recent seasons[edit]

Season League Pos Pld W D L GF GA Pts Cup
2010–11 First Division 1 30 22 2 6 56 27 68 FR
2011–12 Superliga 13 26 6 4 16 25 47 19 SR
2012–13 First Division 5 29 12 3 14 49 44 39 FR
2013–14 First Division 6 30 11 9 10 33 31 42 FR
2014–15 First Division 8 27 8 7 12 21 29 31 SR
2015–16 First Division 2 27 20 3 4 51 24 63 FR
2016–17 First Division 3 26 10 8 8 31 28 29/24 FR

Female team[edit]

KS Pogradeci Female team was created in April 2017, they played the first official match in history on 30 September 2017 against KF Apolonia Fier, the score is 1-12. Girls has played its home matches at the training field in Pogradec, and fight in the Albanian Women's National Championship.

The first Line-Up[edit]

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

No. Position Player
Albania GK Klea Mançellari
Albania DF Ambra Xhango
Albania DF Arxhina Hamzallari
Albania DF Meri Korça
Albania DF Rexhina Hamolli
Albania DF Steisi Topalli
Albania MF Jasmina Çollaku (captain)
Albania MF Kledisa Çela
Albania MF Kristiana Samsuri
Albania FW Ajla Kodra
Albania FW Denada Çela


Arben Demaj & Enkelejda Konopulli


[1] KS Pogradeci Soccerway

[2] KS Pogradeci Matches

[3] KS Pogradeci Squad

[4] KS Pogradeci Statistics

[5] KS Pogradeci Transfers

[6] KS Pogradeci Trophies

[7] KS Pogradeci Venue


  1. ^ Ian King. "Albania 1992/93". RSSSF.com. Retrieved 14 April 2018. 
  2. ^ "Squad" (in Albanian). FSHF.org. Retrieved 14 April 2018. 

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