Partizani Tirana (@2.25) vs KS Flamurtari Vlore (@3.0)
01-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Partizani Tirana will win

Partizani Tirana – KS Flamurtari Vlore Match Prediction | 01-09-2019 13:00

The next years were almost same for the team, placed always in mid-table. After 90 minutes played in Kavaje and 135 minutes played in Vlor the two teams were still equal. Ismail Qemali lost 10. SH.S. Flamurtari passed the second round thanks to the corners rule: the team that had more corners would qualify. The first match in Vlor ended in a 30 win for the home side. On 22 June 1946, the club renamed itself Klubi Sportiv Flamurtari Vlor. In 1954 Flamurtari participated in the Spartak Cup and won the competition after beating Vllaznia 60 and KS Teuta and Ylli i Kuq Pogradec 20. The next championship would be better for The Fleet. In Korce, in the 2nd leg match, Sknderbeu Kor were leading 30 in half-time. The 1946 season saw Flamurtari going to the championship final after winning First Division Group B. The 1945 season saw the team end in fourth place in a 6 team league. In 1951 the club changed its name to Puna Vlor, but in 1958 the club used once again the name Flamurtari. In the first round playing against Ylli i Kuq Pogradec and beating them both at home and away matches. In the second round Flamurtari would play against Besa Kavaj. The final was played in two legs, one in Vlor and one in Shkodr. The championship began on 16 September 1945 and the club was playing against Vllaznia. In the final the team played against Dinamo Tirana and they lost 10 after a hard-fought match. The teams drew both matches and had to go on extra time. In the third round Flamurtari played against Sknderbeu Kor. In the second half Flamurtari made one of the greatest comebacks in the history of Albanian football winning 43 in the end of the 90 minutes. Flamurtari lost both matches with an aggregated score of 50. In 1948, Flamurtari played once again in the final, still losing to Partizani Tirana, 62 in Qemal Stafa. These were 8 to 5 for Flamurtari. After reaching twice the championship final, in 1960 made it to the Albanian Cup final. In November 1944, Shoqata Sportive Ismail Qemali was re-opened.

Eight teams were separated in groups of four and played in a knock-out system with two-legged matches to qualify to the semi-finals. Sh.S. This match was one of the earliest football matches to be transmitted on Radio Tirana, by Albanian journalist Anton Mazreku. The first match was played in Kavaj on July 2 and ended in a 11 draw. On 10 September 1939, once again at the Shallvare Ground the two teams tried to eliminate each other but Teuta was superior and won the match by three to one. On 7 April 1939, Albania was invaded by Italy and became an Italian protectorate. Ismail Qemali was drawn to play against Teuta. However, the invaders were careful to keep football going and thus the 1939 championship started on July 1, 1939. The Technical Commission decided that the game would be replayed. This meant Sh.S. After the end of the game, Sh.S. Ismail Qemali was knocked out of the tournament. Ismail Qemali appealed against the result, pretending that the last minutes of the game were played on total darkness and the result was affected by the lack of lighting. The second was played in the Shallvare Ground in Tiran on 6 August 1939 and ended 32 in favour of Teuta.

Flamurtari Vlor

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Founded in 1923, the club is one of the oldest in Albania, and it is also one of the most successful clubs, having won two Albanian Superliga title in 1991, 2011 four Albanian Cups and two Albanian Supercups. Flamurtari is also known for their European runs in the 1980s, where they famously reached the last sixteen in the 198788 UEFA Cup, where they beat Spanish giants Barcelona in Vlor but lost on aggregate.

They played AEK Athens but they lost 32 in the Olympic Stadium of Athens. During the season Flamurtari remained unbeaten in all matches at home in all competitions. Flamurtari finished in 8th place in the 198081 season, but in the following season rose to second, runners-up to SK Tirana. They finished second in their group with two wins and two losses, achieving 78 goals in the process. In 198384 Flamurtari once again reached the Albanian Cup final but lost to Tirana. In the season after, Flamurtari won the Albanian Cup. In 1981 Flamurtari would participate for the first time in an international cup, the Balkans Cup. In the 1980s Flamurtari regained their former status as one of the big names in Albanian football. They defeated KF Partizani and thus claimed their first ever professional trophy.

After a 20 win in Vlor, a result of a great Rrapo Taho and an own goal, Flamurtari were playing at Narodna Armija Stadium on 30 September 1987. Partizan were leading 20 until the 76th minute when Sokol Kushta scored the goal that took Flamurtari in the next round. After a perfect season they gained the right to play for the second consecutive year in the UEFA Cup. In the first round they had to play against Partizan Belgrade.

Following the Second World War the club changed its crest to the shape of a shield, with the initial F in black in the middle of the shield on a red background. The club's traditional colours are red and black, after the Albanian flag which was used by Ismail Qemali to declare Albania's independence in Vlor on 28 November 1912. In the 1980s the club's crest changed once again but the shape and style still remained, but the club still placed the initial F on the football kits rather than the full crest until 2000. When the club was founded, it was agreed that the colours of the club would match those of the flag, as it had a played a significant role in the city's history. Flamurtari's first crest was designed in 1930 ahead of the club's first competitive match in the inaugural Albanian Football Championship, and it was designed to resemble the Vlor Municipality coat of arms. On 3 August 2015 the club announced that the crest would be changed ahead of the 201516 campaign as part of rebranding strategy,[2] but they faced immediate pressure from fans as well as the local municipality who were unhappy at both the decision to change the crest and the new design.[3][4] The shield shape was replaced by a circle with an F and half of a double headed eagle, as found on the Albanian flag.

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Prediction Flamurtari - Partizani Tirana

Flamurtari Vlor fans are considered as the most passionate in Albania. But nowadays, the support for Flamurtari has been going down. The latter usually stay in the East Stand, commonly known as "Tribuna C". They are, also, the vast majority of all Albania, with at least 20% of all Albanians. This is related with the fact that there has not been other football team in Vlor. Even though the ticket sales and the number of season-ticket holders has increased rapidly since 1999 (the lowest average attendance in the entire Flamurtari's history), there are much fewer in comparison with the Communist era. Usually, as mentioned in Petraq Hanxhari's book "Per ty, Flamurtar! On Thursday, after the team's usual test match with any local side, the fans would talk about the next game. The two fan clubs supporting Flamurtari are "Dragonjte Kuqezi (Red and Black Dragons)" and "Flota Kuqezi (The Red and Black Fleet)". (For you, Flamurtar!)" from Monday to Thursday the fans used to talk in every pub about the team's last game and condition of the players.