Stadiums

With memories of the golden years (80's) of the albanian football still fresh on her mind, Albania is now attempting to recreate its strong football legacy. As young players start making their names abroad, the future is looking bright for Albanian football!

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andi2410
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Tue Nov 12, 2019 5:04 pm

Lol, to be fair it is being backed by Turkish Airlines who obviously have a much bigger budget. They are obviously trying to market the new airline, and this is where some of their marketing dollars are going. Either way, I don't really see a huge problem with it. The arena here in Toronto was named Air Canada Centre for 20 years, so whatever. Can someone explain what the fuss is about? Did they release the financial details of this deal (i.e. how much money they are paying for the name and where the money is going)?
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Thu Nov 14, 2019 3:06 am

andi2410 wrote:
Tue Nov 12, 2019 5:04 pm
Lol, to be fair it is being backed by Turkish Airlines who obviously have a much bigger budget. They are obviously trying to market the new airline, and this is where some of their marketing dollars are going. Either way, I don't really see a huge problem with it. The arena here in Toronto was named Air Canada Centre for 20 years, so whatever. Can someone explain what the fuss is about? Did they release the financial details of this deal (i.e. how much money they are paying for the name and where the money is going)?
Air Canada is a legitimate airline, that's the difference. They don't own 2 planes and only survive because of shady/illegal backing.
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Sat Dec 28, 2019 5:03 pm

Partizani and Kukesi's stadium both taking shape and should be ready for start of next season.

http://www.panorama.com.al/sport/foto-s ... umin-e-ri/

Interesting both teams seem to be investing in youth set ups. Maybe they distance themselves from the rest of the Superliga in 5 - 10 years.

Few good stadiums in the superliga with Kukesi, Partizani, Vllaznia, Air Albania stadium (cup matches and derbies),
Okay stadiums with KF Tirana (stadium has been worn out, a small investment should work), Teuta
village stadiums with Luftetari (relegated anyway), Laci,
Terrible stadium with Flamurtari (the condition is terrible)

FSHF should focus now on giving small investments to fix the "village" stadiums like Byllis and other teams in the first division so when/if they get promoted they aren't playing in potato fields. Too bad Elbasan arena is rotting...
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Tue Feb 11, 2020 12:42 am

Kukesi's stadium
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAbcjH0 ... =emb_title

Partizani's stadium
https://postimg.cc/PvPPwPxc
https://postimg.cc/QF5Km9bZ
https://postimg.cc/VS8rVfGr

This is good news for the Superliga. I really like Partizani's project because their building a hotel (for the academy) and other training facilities, they should be a model for other Superliga teams. Kukesi, Partizani and KF Tirana are really separating themselves from the other superligas. Partizani and Tirana both have decent youth academies while Kukesi has an ambitious owner who is willing to spend.

Flamurtari and Luftetari both have transfer bans (How is this even possible for Albanian teams lol?)
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Tue Feb 11, 2020 3:09 pm

Is partizani's project a stadium or a training complex?? Because in the project it looks more like a training complex with only 2 stands.

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Tue Feb 11, 2020 3:46 pm

Dallku wrote:
Tue Feb 11, 2020 3:09 pm
Is partizani's project a stadium or a training complex?? Because in the project it looks more like a training complex with only 2 stands.

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Kompleksi multifunksional permban stadiumin me kapacitet 4 mije ulese qe do licensohet edhe nga UEFA per turet paraeliminatore, dy fusha stervitore ndihmese, hotelin, palestrat, ambiente tjera ndihmese,muzeun e klubit. Pritet qe prej prillit Partizani te akomodohet dhe te zhvilloj ndeshjet te kompleksi i ri.
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Tue Feb 11, 2020 7:14 pm

Looks good , it’s really what we need to take the next step . Can’t rely on diaspora forever , in the next few generations they’ll be lost for good
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CanaYouDoIt wrote:
Tue Feb 11, 2020 7:14 pm
Looks good , it’s really what we need to take the next step . Can’t rely on diaspora forever , in the next few generations they’ll be lost for good
Prishtina is trying to implement the same project, ministry of sport gave them land in use for 40 years but i am not sure they have the funds. Gaz Demi pretends it's 10 million euro investment but the sum seems exaggerated to me.
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We’re honestly animals . Stupid people
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