Fier County

FierCounty of FierDukasi
Divjakë. Dushk. Fier. Fier-Shegan. Frakull. Fratar. Golem. Grabian. Gradishtë. Greshicë. Hekal. Hysgjokaj. Karbunarë. Kolonjë. Krutje. Kuman. Kurjan. Kutë. Levan. Libofshë. Lushnjë. Mbrostar. Ngraçan. Patos. Portëz. Qendër, Fier. Qendër Dukas. Roskovec. Remas. Ruzhdie. Selitë. Strum. Tërbuf. Topojë. Zharrëz. Albanians = 241,163 (77.71%). Greeks = 332 (0.11%). Macedonians = 18 (0.01%). Montenegrins = 5 (0.00%). Aromanians = 1,553 (0.50%). Romani = 1,640 (0,53%). Egyptians = 75 (0,02%). others = 171 (0.06%). no answer = 65,374 (21.07%).

Albanian Third Division

Third Division
In the 2019 season, Kategoria e Tretë had 6 teams participating. Before the start of 2016-17 season, many teams withdrew, which was mainly due to financial problems. The competition format changed and now has 6 teams playing in a single league structure. The winner is automatically promoted to the Albanian Second Division. * List of football clubs in Albania

2018 Albanian Third Division

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The 2018 Albanian Third Division was the 15th official season of the Albanian football fourth division since its establishment. The season began on 11 February 2018. There were 7 teams competing this season. Term gained promotion to the 2018-19 Albanian Second Division. Rubiku won their first Albanian Third Division title.

Albania

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Divjakë-Karavasta National Park extends along the central Albanian Adriatic Sea Coast and possesses one of the largest lagoons in the Mediterranean Sea, the Lagoon of Karavasta. The Ceraunian Mountains in southern Albania, rising immediately along the Albanian Ionian Sea Coast, characterises the topographical picture of Llogara National Park and continue on the Peninsula of Karaburun within the Karaburun-Sazan Marine Park. Further south sprawls the Butrint National Park on a peninsula that is surrounded by the Lake of Butrint and Channel of Vivari on the eastern half of the Straits of Corfu.

Municipalities of Albania

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Municipalities (bashki) are the second-level administrative divisions of Albania. Prior to 2015, there were two types of municipalities in Albania: municipalities with an urban character called bashki, and municipalities with a rural character called komunë (commune). Municipalities are all divided into at least two "administrative units" (njësi administrative), which are sometimes referred to as "municipal units" or "units of local governance". Administrative units are composed of one or more cities, villages, or neighbourhoods and constitute the third- and final-level administrative divisions of Albania.

Lushnjë District

LushnjëLushnje DistrictDistrict of Lushnjë
The district consisted of the following municipalities: Note: - urban municipalities in bold Divjakë. Grabian. Gradishtë. Rremas. Tërbuf. Allkaj. Ballagat. Bubullimë. Dushk. Fier-Shegan. Golem. Hysgjokaj. Karbunarë. Kolonjë. Krutje. Lushnjë.

Communes of Albania

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Divjakë, with 10 villages. Dushk, with 7 villages. Fier-Shegan, with 13 villages. Fratar, with 6 villages. Golem, with 6 villages. Grabjan, with 3 villages. Gradishtë, with 9 villages. Greshicë, with 2 villages. Hekal, with 4 villages. Hysgjokaj, with 5 villages. Karbunarë, with 10 villages. Kolonjë, with 9 villages. Krutje, with 11 villages. Kuman, with 4 villages. Kurjan, with 4 villages. Kutë, with 4 villages. Levan, with 11 villages. Libofshë, with 11 villages. Mbrostar, with 6 villages. Ngraçan, with 2 villages. Portez, with 6 villages. Qendër, Ballsh, with 12 villages. Qendër, Fier, with 10 villages. Remas, with 8 villages. Ruzhdie, with 5 villages. Selitë, Ballsh, with 4 villages.

2011 Albanian local elections

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The Albanian local elections of 2011 took place on 8 May 2011 in Albania. Electors were asked to elect their municipality's mayor, municipal council members, municipal unit mayor, and municipal unit members. The elections were administrated by the Central Election Commission of Albania. Only 9 of the 384 winning candidates were women.

KF Mirdita

MirditaRubiku
KF Mirdita is an Albanian football club based in the small municipality of Mirditë. They are currently competing in the Albanian Second Division.

KF Selenica

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KF Selenica is an Albanian football club that is based in Selenicë, Vlorë County. Their home ground is the Selenicë Stadium which had a capacity of around 4,000. The club was founded in 1930 as KS 21 Shkurti and they typically competed in the lower divisions of Albanian football, but they did compete in the 1991–92 Albanian National Championship under manager Sotir Seferaj as well reach the quarter-finals of the Albanian Cup in the same season.

Gradishtë

Gradishte
At the 2015 local government reform it became a subdivision of the municipality Divjakë. The population at the 2011 census was 7,521. The municipal unit comprises the following locations: Këmishtaj. Mertish. Goricaj. Sopës. Fier-Seman. Gradishtë. Gungas. Spolet. Babunjë.

Grabian

Grabjan
At the 2015 local government reform it became a subdivision of the municipality Divjakë. The population at the 2011 census was 3,638.

Tërbuf

At the 2015 local government reform it became a subdivision of the municipality Divjakë. The population at the 2011 census was 10,201.

Divjakë-Karavasta National Park

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The Divjakë-Karavasta National Park (Parku Kombëtar Divjakë-Karavasta) is a national park in western Albania, sprawling across the Myzeqe Plain in the direct proximity to the Adriatic Sea. The park spans a territory of 222.3 km² containing remarkable features such as wetlands, salt marshes, coastal meadows, floodplains, woodlands, reed beds, forests and estuaries. Because of the park's important and great availability of bird and plant species, it has been identified as an important Bird and Plant Area of international importance.

Albanian Second Division

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Kategoria e Dytë is the third level of football in Albania. It was called the Second Division until 2003. Kategoria e Dytë has two groups, A and B. which are divided geographically. Both groups have 13 teams each. The winners of each group earn the right to be promoted to the Albanian First Division and they also play a single final for seasonal champions. Teams which finish in the last 2 positions on each group are relegated to the Albanian Third Division.

KF Term

Term
KF Term is a football team that is based in Tirana, Albania. They currently play in the Albanian Third Division.

Rubik, Albania

Rubik
Rubik is a town and a former municipality located in the central-north of Albania along national roadway SH30 which links Tirana/Lezhë County with Rrëshen/Kukës and the new A1/SH5 Albania–Kosovo Highway. At the 2015 local government reform it became a subdivision of the municipality Mirditë. The population at the 2011 census was 4,454. The municipal unit consists of the town of Rubik at its center and eleven peripheral villages: Fang, Katund i Vjeter, Bulshizë, Rasfik, Fierzë, Munaz, Rreja e Velës, Livadhëza, Vau Shkjezë, Rrethi i Eperm, Bulgër, and Rreja e Zezë.

KF Osumi

Osumi
KF Osumi is an Albanian football club based in the small municipal unit of Ura Vajgurore. They are currently competing in the Albanian Third Division.

Ura Vajgurore

Urë Vajgurore
Ura Vajgurore is a municipality in Berat County, central Albania. It was formed at the 2015 local government reform by the merger of the former municipalities Cukalat, Kutalli, Poshnjë and Ura Vajgurore, that became municipal units. The seat of the municipality is the town Ura Vajgurore. The total population is 27,295 (2011 census), in a total area of 156.65 km 2. The population of the former municipality at the 2011 census was 7,232.

Selenicë

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Selenicë is a municipality in Vlorë County, southwestern Albania. It was formed at the 2015 local government reform by the merger of the former municipalities Armen, Brataj, Kotë, Selenicë, Sevaster and Vllahinë, that became municipal units. The seat of the municipality is the town Selenicë. The total population is 16,396 (2011 census), in a total area of 561.52 km 2. The population of the former municipality at the 2011 census was 2,235. The town is well known for its bitumen mines. The football (soccer) club is KS Selenicë. In the 2011 Albanian census, Selenica was the only commune where the number of declared Aromanians outnumbered the number of declared ethnic Albanians.

Association football

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The current champion is the United States, after winning their fourth title in the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup. There has been a football tournament at every Summer Olympic Games since 1900, except at the 1932 games in Los Angeles. Before the inception of the World Cup, the Olympics (especially during the 1920s) were the most prestigious international event. Originally, the tournament was for amateurs only. As professionalism spread around the world, the gap in quality between the World Cup and the Olympics widened. The countries that benefited most were the Soviet Bloc countries of Eastern Europe, where top athletes were state-sponsored while retaining their status as amateurs.

Selenicë Stadium

Selenicë Stadium (Stadiumi i Selenicës) is a multi-use stadium in Selenicë, Albania. It was primarily used by local side KS Selenicë when the club was active, but since the 1990s it has not been used regularly and has it is run down.

KF Shkëndija Tiranë

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*Tirana U17 Championship: 2012–13 National U19 Championship (15):. 1969–70, 1971–72, 1972–73, 1974–75, 1975–76, 1977–78, 1982–83, 1984–85, 1985–86, 1987–88, 1989–90, 2002–2003, 2012–13, 2018-2019.

Tirana

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Effective January 1, 2019, the government has imposed an import ban of used vehicles made prior to 2005 in an effort to curb pollution, encourage the buying of new cars from certified domestic dealerships, and to improve overall road safety. Another source of pollution are PM10 and PM2.5 inhaled particulate matter and NO2 gases resulting from rapid growth in the construction of new buildings and expanding road infrastructure. Untreated solid waste is present in the city and outskirts. Additionally, there have been complaints of excessive noise pollution.