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K.F. Vushtrria (Albanian Klubi Futbollistik Vushtrria) is a football club based in Vushtrri, Kosovo.[a] The club was founded in 1922, and currently play their home games at the Ferki Aliu Stadium in the city of Vushtrri
Vushtrri
which has a capacity of 6,000 supporters. The most notable players to have played for the club have been former Albania internationals Armend Dallku, Ahmed Januzi
Ahmed Januzi
and Milot Rashica. History[edit] K.F. Vushtrria, founded in 1922 is the oldest football club in Kosovo, ever since then the club has been competing domestically in Kosovo. Throughout the years after World War II, Vushtrria became one of the most popular clubs in Kosovo
Kosovo
due to producing many of Kosovo’s most promising Albanian players. Many of these players were transferred to other Albanian clubs such as K.F. Prishtina and K.F. Trepça due to the latter playing in Former-Yugoslavia’s 1st Division. Vushtrria suffered a difficult era during the 80s which also carried on into the 90s due to aggression from the Serbian occupiants in and around the city of Vushtrri. Because of this, football became a politicalized sport in and around Kosovo, many other teams supporters of Albanian nationality boycotted their clubs matches altogether. However that was not the case in Vushtrri, this served as an opportunity to vocally and physically support their country and club at the same time. This often led to many arrests and police brutality against the supporters of Vushtrri. After the Kosovo
Kosovo
War, the citizens & supporters returned to its famous terraces. Although numerously battling relegation throughout the seasons during the 2000s one thing was for sure, the Ferki Aliu stadium in Vushtrri
Vushtrri
would always be packed during every home game. Vushtrria and its ultras group “Forca” gained a rather harsh generalisation during that period as a club that would rather die than lose at home. Many opposing teams supporters were the subject of vocal and physical abuse when they would travel and watch their team play in Vushtrri. Due to this the club was continuously fined & deducted points and became one of Kosovos most feared football clubs to play away at. In 2012 the club was purchased by local steel galvanising plant, Llamkos GalvaSteel.[1] When the club was taken over by Llamkos GalvaSteel and the Core Group, there was immediate investments made which resulted in the club winning they 2013–14 league title, which was the first in its history. Llamkos GalvaSteel then distanced itself from the club as did the club's owner Jeton Sadiku, leaving the financing and management in the hands of the Vushtrri
Vushtrri
municipality. [2][3][4] Notes[edit]

a. ^ Kosovo
Kosovo
is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Kosovo
Kosovo
and the Republic of Serbia. The Republic of Kosovo unilaterally declared independence on 17 February 2008, but Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory. The two governments began to normalise relations in 2013, as part of the Brussels Agreement. Kosovo
Kosovo
has received formal recognition as an independent state from 113 out of 193 United Nations
United Nations
member states.

References[edit]

^ Kosova Football Club is officially owned by Llamkos GalvaSteel ^ Kthehet Kosova e Vushtrrisë! ^ Riformohet Kosova e Vushtrrisë, s’ka më 'Llamkos Kosova' ^ Pantina, kryetar i Kosovës Vushtrrisë, Komuna distancohet

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