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Liri Ballabani Stadium
Liri Ballabani Stadium (a.k.a. Burreli Stadium, Albanian: Stadiumi Liri Ballabani or Stadiumi i Burrelit) is a multi-purpose stadium in Burrel, Albania. The stadium is the home ground of KS Burreli and has a capacity of 3,000.[1] Coordinates: 41°36′32.26″N 20°00′25.11″E / 41.6089611°N 20.0069750°E / 41.6089611; 20.0069750

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Shkodër
Shkodër or Shkodra (UK: /ˈʃkəʊdər/ SHKO-der,[3] Albanian pronunciation: [ˈʃkɔdəɾ] or [ˈʃkɔdɾa]), historically known as Scodra or Scutari, is the fifth most populous city of the Republic of Albania and the capital of the eponymous municipality and county. It is one of the most ancient cities in the Balkans and exerts strong cultural, economic and religious influences in Northern Albania. Its location has been of strategic importance throughout its history. It has often helped the city to its wealth or made it the subject of conflicts between foreign powers. Geographically, Shkodër sprawls across the Plain of Mbishkodra between the freshwater marshlands of Lake Shkodër and the foothills of the Albanian Alps.[4] As most of the Dinaric Alps, the mountains are dominated by limestone and dolomite rocks
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Loro Boriçi Stadium
The Loro Boriçi Stadium (
Albanian: Stadiumi "Loro Boriçi"), previously known as Vojo Kushi Stadium (Albanian: Stadiumi Vojo Kushi) is a multi-purpose stadium in Shkodër, Albania, which is used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of KF Vllaznia Shkodër. The stadium has a capacity of around 16,000 seated. On 17 May 1950, the stadium started the construction and on 1 May 1952, the stadium was inaugurated and was named with name Vojo Kushi, who was an Albanian partisan, hero of Albania.[1] In 1990, during the fall of communism in Albania, the stadium was renamed in honour of football coach and former player Loro Boriçi
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Lezhë
Lezhë (
Albanian: Lezha or Lezhë Albanian pronunciation: [ˈlɛʒə]; Latin: Lissus) is a town and municipality in northwest Albania, in the county with the same name. One of the main strongholds of the Labeatai,[1] the earliest of the fortification walls of the city are of typical Illyrian construction and are dated to the late 4th century BC.[2] The city was one of the main centres of the Illyrian kingdom.[3] During the conflicts with Macedon it was captured by Philip V becoming the Macedonian outlet to the Adriatic Sea.[4] The town was later recovered by the Illyrians
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Burrel, Albania
Burrel (alternate forms Burrel, Mat) is a town in northern Albania, 91 km from Tirana. At the 2015 local government reform it became a subdivision and the seat of the municipality Mat.[1] It was the seat of the former District of Mat. The population at the 2011 census was 10,862.[2] The last archaeological researches has explored different trails which demonstrate the population of the area till al the paleolithic and after. The valley of Mati, has been populated during all the historic periods. The main inhabitant were the Illrian Tribe Pirustae. They resisted the Roman invasion until the second century BC.[3] Burrel is one of the largest districts in Albania. It is also known among Albanians as the "Land of Kings", as Gjon Kastrioti, the father of Gjergj Kastrioti, better known as Skanderbeg, was born there. He was a hereditary prince of a large district of Epirus that included Mat
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Internacional Complex

Internacional Complex (Albanian: Kompleksi Internacional) is a football training facility located in Pezë Helmës, Tiranë, Albania. The complex consists of two football stadiums, the 1,000 seater Pezë Helmës Stadium and the 500 seater Pezë Helmës Stadium II. It is opened and operated by Internacional Tirana, and some Albanian football clubs use the facility for training such as Kukësi and Partizani. Many lower league sides use the facility to host games, as both stadiums meet the licensing requirements to host games up to the Albanian First Division.



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Selman Stërmasi Stadium
The Selman Stërmasi Stadium (Albanian: Stadiumi Selman Stërmasi) is a multi-purpose stadium in Tirana, Albania. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of KF Tirana. The stadium holds 9,500 people (all seated).[2] It is named after Selman Stërmasi, one of KF Tirana's best players of all time. The stadium was also used by Dinamo and Partizani until 2010, however, due to failure to cooperate on the admittance fees, these teams were not allowed to use the stadium any further.[
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Shijak
Shijak (
definite Albanian form: Shijaku) is a town and a municipality in Durrës County, west-central Albania. The municipality was formed at the 2015 local government reform by the merger of the former municipalities Gjepalaj, Maminas, Shijak and Xhafzotaj, that became municipal units. The seat of the municipality is the town Shijak.[1] The total population is 27,861 (2011 census),[2] in a total area of 92.24 km2.[3] The population of the former municipality at the 2011 census was 7,568.[2] Shijak is located 11 km away from the city of Durrës, and 31 km from the city of Tirana. The former municipality had a surface area of about 5 km2, and a reported population of around 12,853 people as of 2007. In reality the population is smaller as many people who claim residency in Shijak actually reside permanently elsewhere
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