Tirana AS

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Tirana AS
Tirana AS Club Logo.svg
Full name Tirana A.S. Femra
Founded 2007
Ground Selman Stërmasi stadium, Tirana, Albania
Ground Capacity 12,600
Chairman Genc Ymeraj
Manager Oltijon Kernaja
League Top League
2009 1st (champions)
Active branches of KF Tirana
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Football (Men's) Football (Women's) Football (B team)
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Football (Youth) Futsal Basketball (Men's)
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Basketball (Women's) Volleyball (Men's) Volleyball (Women's)

Tirana AS are one of the first women football clubs in Albania. The club was formed in 2007 and competed in Albania's first ever competitive tournament which was run by the Football Association of Albania, along with Jubani Shkodër, Tropoje, Olimpik, Rubiku, Memaliaj, The Door Albania. They are managed by former Albanian national team legend Altin Rraklli who has guided the team to success.

Tirana AS were crowned champions of the first ever championship on January 28, 2009 after a 4–0 thrashing of Jubani Shkodër. Tirana AS are also the first Cup Winners of the recent 2009–10 season, winning against The Door Albania by scoreline 6–0. Being therefore winners of the first two official events organised in Albania for women's football[1]

Honours[edit]

Runners-up: 2010–2011, 2011–2012, 2012–2013.

Current squad[edit]

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 Elsa Deda
16 Albania MF Daniela Kodra
99 Albania MF Anisa Kotarja
4 Republic of Macedonia DF Daniela Ristevska
17 Albania FW Valbona Popa
5 Republic of Macedonia DF Dragana Saltirova
3 Albania MF Riselda Leba
6 Kosovo DF Lavdie Begolli
7 Albania MF Anela Vishkulli
2 Albania FW Advije Veliu
19 Albania DF Irisa Beqiraga (captain)
10 Albania FW Desantila Koldashi
No. Position Player
9 Albania MF Ersi Kryemadhi
18 Albania MF Ana Baro (vice-captain)
11 Albania MF Aurora Seranaj (captain)
12 Albania GK Kristina Dinellari
12 Albania GK Luljeta Plaka
13 Albania DF Angjelina Ndoci
14 Albania DF Esmeralda Kolgjini
15 Albania MF Gloria Manushi
16 Albania MF Daniela Kodra
5 Albania MF Orgesa Rriçku
22 Albania DF Dorjana Kolgjini
99 Albania MF Anisa Kotarja
25 Kosovo GK Rifadije Shala
8 Kosovo MF Sara Merovci
20 Albania FW Megi Koceku
18 Albania GK Anjeza Popa

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tirana AS win the first official women football tournament in Albania!
  2. ^ "Albania (Women) 2009". RSSSF. 6 October 2011. Retrieved 6 April 2013. 
  3. ^ "2nd season nears" (in Albanian). albaniansport.net. 13 December 2011. Retrieved 18 June 2011. 
  4. ^ "2nd cup final nears" (in Albanian). albaniansport.net. 19 March 2011. Retrieved 22 July 2011. 
  5. ^ "KF Tirana Info – Women" (in Albanian). kftirana.info. Retrieved 16 December 2011.