Albania National Football Team 2024 Squad, Players, Stadium, Kits

Albania National Football Team Squad, Players, Stadium, Kits

The Albanian Football Association, which runs football in Albania, is in charge of the Albanian national football team. The team plays international football for Albania.

Here in this article, you will get to know about Albania National Football Team 2023/24 Players, Squad, History, Stadium, Nickname, Kits, and more.

Albania National Football Team Profile Summary

Nickname(s)Kuq e Zinjtë (The Red and Blacks)
Shqiponjat (The Eagles)
AssociationFederata Shqiptare e Futbollit (FSHF)
ConfederationUEFA (Europe)
Head coachVacant
CaptainEtrit Berisha
Most capsLorik Cana (93)
Top scorerErjon Bogdani (18)
Home stadiumArena Kombëtare

About Albania National Football Team

The Albania national football team represents Albania in men’s international football and is governed by the Football Association of Albania, the governing body for football in Albania.

Albania competes in all three major international soccer tournaments; the FIFA World Cup, the UEFA European Championship and the UEFA Nations League. Albania was the winner of the 1946 Balkans Cup and the 2000 Malta Rothmans International Tournament. At Euro 2016, Albania made their second appearance in a major men’s football tournament after 50 years.

Albania National Football Team 2023/2024 players Squad?

No.Pos.PlayerDate of birth (age)CapsGoalsClub
1GKEtrit Berisha (captain)10-03-1989 (33)730Torino
12GKGentian Selmani09-03-1998 (24)40Boluspor
23GKElhan Kastrati02-02-1997 (25)20Cittadella
4DFElseid Hysaj (vice-captain)20-02-1994 (28)722Lazio
3DFErmir Lenjani05-08-1989 (33)435Ümraniyespor
18DFArdian Ismajli30-09-1996 (26)291Empoli
15DFMarash Kumbulla08-02-2000 (22)150AS Roma
13DFEnea Mihaj05-07-1998 (24)110Famalicão
2DFErdenis Gurishta24-04-1995 (27)20Vllaznia
6DFEneo Bitri26-08-1996 (26)20Partizani
25DFAndi Hadroj22-02-1999 (23)20Partizani
5DFAdrian Bajrami05-04-2002 (20)10Benfica B
21MFOdise Roshi (4th captain)21-05-1991 (31)705Sakaryaspor
22MFAmir Abrashi (3rd captain)27-03-1990 (32)491Grasshopper
16MFYlber Ramadani12-04-1996 (26)221Aberdeen
7MFKeidi Bare28-08-1997 (25)212Espanyol
14MFQazim Laçi19-01-1996 (26)181AC Ajaccio
10MFNedim Bajrami28-02-1999 (23)90Empoli
8MFKristjan Asllani09-03-2002 (20)50Internazionale
20MFEnis Çokaj23-02-1999 (23)40Panathinaikos
17MFArbnor Muçolli15-09-1999 (23)20Vejle
11FWMyrto Uzuni31-05-1995 (27)275Granada
9FWArmando Broja10-09-2001 (21)164Chelsea
26FWXhuliano Skuka02-08-1998 (24)20Partizani
24FWTedi Cara15-04-2000 (22)10Partizani
19FWErnest Muçi19-03-2001 (21)10Legia Warsaw

Albania National Football Team Home Stadium

Albania’s main stadium for most of history was the Qemal Stafa Stadium located in Tirana. The work began in April 1939 during the Italian regime. Construction lasted three years but stopped briefly in August 1943 after the fall of the Fascist regime.

The stadium was in the shape of an Olympic stadium, envisioned by Gherardo Bosio, a young fascist architect from Florence, Italy. The initial capacity of the stadium was 15,000, this because Tirana at that time had only 60,000 inhabitants. It is named after Qemal Stafa, an Albanian hero in World War II.

Albania National Football Team Home Stadium
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Albania National Football Team Kit

Albania’s colors are red and black, reflecting the nation’s flag. The team usually wears red jerseys, black shorts, and red socks. Away kits are usually all white, with red and black accents.

In the 2000s, Albania signed with the German sportswear company Puma which was Albania’s first kit supplier in the 21st century. On 29 January 2016, Albania signed the Italian sportswear company Macron, which is still Albania’s kit.

Albania National Football Team Kit
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Kit sponsorship

Kit supplierPeriod
Nike, Inc.2005–2010

Albania National Football Team world rankings

Current59 (2 December 2024)
Highest22 (August 2015)
Lowest124 (August 1997)

Albania National Football Team trophies

  • Balkan Cup:
    • Champions (1): 1946
  • Malta International Football Tournament:
    • Champions (1): 2000
  • UEFA Nations League
    • Promotion (1): 2020–21 UEFA Nations League C


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