|Full name||Stadiumi Tofik Jashari|
|Location|| Rruga E Stadiumit,|
Shijak, Durrës County,
|Owner||Municipality of Shijak|
|Operator||Municipality of Shijak|
|Field size||100 by 74 metres (109 yd × 81 yd)|
The Tofik Jashari Stadium (Albanian : Stadiumi Tofik Jashari), is a stadium in Shijak, Albania. It is primarily used for football matches and it is the home ground of Albanian First Division club KF Erzeni.
Albanian is an Indo-European language spoken by the Albanians in the Balkans and the Albanian diaspora in the Americas, Europe and Oceania. It comprises an independent branch within the Indo-European languages and is not closely related to any other language in Europe.
A stadium is a place or venue for (mostly) outdoor sports, concerts, or other events and consists of a field or stage either partly or completely surrounded by a tiered structure designed to allow spectators to stand or sit and view the event.
Shijak is a town and a municipality in Durrës County, west-central Albania. The municipality was formed at the 2015 local government reform by the merger of the former municipalities Gjepalaj, Maminas, Shijak and Xhafzotaj, that became municipal units. The seat of the municipality is the town Shijak. The total population is 34,513, in a total area of 92.19 km2. The population of the former municipality at the 2011 census was 7,568.
Adem Jashari was one of the founders of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), a Kosovo Albanian separatist organization which fought for the secession of Kosovo from the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia during the 1990s and the eventual creation of a Greater Albania.
Hamëz Jashari was a Kosovar Albanian combatant and brother of Adem Jashari. He was also a commander of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA). He accompanied his brother Adem during the Kosovo War, in 1998.
Lipkovo is a municipality in northern Republic of North Macedonia. Lipkovo is also the name of the village where the municipal seat is found. Lipkovo Municipality is part of the Northeastern Statistical Region.
Drenica, also known as the Drenica Valley, is a hilly region in central Kosovo, covering roughly around 700 square kilometres (270 sq mi) of Kosovo's total area (6%). It consists of two municipalities, Glogovac and Skenderaj, and several villages in Klina, Kërligatë village in Zubin Potok, Mitrovica and the area of Vučitrn. It is located west of the capital, Pristina.
KF Trepça is a football club based in the southern part of Mitrovica, Kosovo. The club was founded in 1932. The club is not to be confused with FK Trepča K. Mitrovica, which plays in Serbian football league system.
Klubi Futbollit Erzeni Shijak is an Albanian football club based in Shijak. They currently compete in the Albanian First Division, which is the second tier of Albanian football, and they play their home games at the Tefik Jashari Stadium.
Skenderaj, is a town and municipality located in the Mitrovica District of Kosovo. According to the 2011 census, the town of Skenderaj has 9,372 inhabitants, while the municipality has 50,858 inhabitants.
Fudbalski klub Trepča is a Serbian football club based in North Mitrovica, in North Kosovo. Despite being located in the Kosovo, the club plays in the Serbian football league system, currently in the Morava Zone League, Serbia's fourth football league. The club was founded in 1932.
The teams competing in Group 1 of the 2009 UEFA European Under-21 Championships qualifying competition are Albania, Azerbaijan, Croatia, Faroe Islands, Greece and Italy.
The Adem Jashari Olympic Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Mitrovica, Kosovo, which is used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of KF Trepça. The stadium has a capacity of around 35,000 people or 18,500 seated. After the Kosovo War, the stadium was renamed in honour of Adem Jashari, one of the founders of the Kosovo Liberation Army.
Kaqusha Jashari is a Kosovo Albanian politician and engineer by profession. She is a member of the Assembly of Kosovo on the Democratic Party of Kosovo list since 2007.
Ismet Jashari, also known as Komandant Kumanova was an Albanian member of the UCK movement who was killed on 25 August 1998 in Klecke Kosovo. The Ismet Jashari-Kumanova Brigade of the KLA is named in his memory.
The Attack on Prekaz, also known as the Prekaz massacre, was an operation led by the Special Anti-Terrorism Unit of Serbia on 5 March 1998, to capture Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) fighters deemed terrorists by Serbia. During the operation, KLA leader Adem Jashari and his brother Hamëz were killed, along with nearly 60 other family members. The attack was criticized by Amnesty International, which wrote in its report that: "all evidence suggests that the attack was not intended to apprehend armed Albanians, but 'to eliminate the suspects and their families.'" Serbia, on the other hand, claimed the raid was due to KLA attacks on police outposts.
The teams competing in Group 10 of the 2011 UEFA European Under-21 Championships qualifying competition were Albania, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus and Scotland.
Jashari, meaning of Jashar, is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
The Albania women's national football team represents the country of Albania in international football and is controlled by the Albanian Football Association which is headquartered in the city of Tirana. The team is affiliated with UEFA and competes in the two major professional tournaments, the FIFA World Cup and the UEFA European Championship.
Insurgency in Kosovo emerged in 1995, following the Dayton Agreement. In 1996, the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) took responsibility for attacks, targeting ethnic Serb villages and Serbian governmental buildings and police stations. The insurgency led to the Kosovo War in March 1998.
Adnan Jashari. Minister of Justice, Associate Professor in Law, member of the Democratic Union for Integration (DUI), the party of the Albanian ethnic community in Macedonia.
Robert Jashari is a former Albanian football who played for Partizani Tirana and the Albania national team. He won the National Championship six times between 1957 and 1964 with Partizani Tirana and he was the top goalscorer in the National Championship in three consecutive seasons between 1962 and 1965, with 18, 9 and 14 goals respectively.
In the 2008–09 season, Partizani Tirana was again relegated from the Albanian Superliga after eight seasons playing in that competition, after a loss in the relegation play-out against Kastrioti Krujë, in a game that was marred by poor refereeing decisions as well as violence..
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