Fixtures

Albania First Division 03/02 12:30 23 FK Vora vs Besa Kavaje - View
Albania First Division 03/09 12:30 24 Besa Kavaje vs AF Elbasani - View
Albania First Division 03/16 12:30 25 Bylis Ballsh vs Besa Kavaje - View
Albania First Division 03/30 12:30 26 Besa Kavaje vs Luzi 2008 - View
Albania First Division 04/06 12:30 27 Tomori Berat vs Besa Kavaje - View
Albania First Division 04/13 12:30 28 KS Burreli vs Besa Kavaje - View

Results

Albania First Division 02/25 12:30 22 Kastrioti Krujë v Besa Kavaje L 3-1
Albania First Division 02/17 13:00 21 Besa Kavaje v Bylis Ballsh L 0-2
Albania First Division 02/12 12:30 20 [12] Luzi 2008 v KS Besa Kevaje [10] W 0-2
Albania First Division 02/03 12:30 19 KS Besa Kevaje v Tomori Berat W 2-0
Albania First Division 01/29 12:30 18 KS Flamurtari Vlore v Besa Kavaje D 0-0
Albania First Division 01/21 12:30 17 [11] KS Besa Kevaje v KS Burreli [9] D 0-0
Albania First Division 12/16 16:00 16 AF Elbasani v Besa Kavaje L 2-0
Albania First Division 12/10 12:30 15 Besa Kavaje v KS Korabi Peshkopi L 0-1
Albania Cup 12/06 12:00 5 KS Korabi Peshkopi v Besa Kavaje L 7-6
Albania First Division 12/02 12:30 14 [10] KS Besa Kevaje v Apolonia Fier [3] D 0-0
Albania First Division 11/27 12:30 13 [7] KS Lushnja v KS Besa Kevaje [10] L 2-1
Albania First Division 11/23 12:30 12 [11] KS Besa Kevaje v FK Vora [5] L 0-1

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 34 17 17
Wins 9 7 2
Draws 9 3 6
Losses 16 7 9
Goals for 41 25 16
Goals against 47 19 28
Clean sheets 10 6 4
Failed to score 13 7 6

Wikipedia - KF Besa Kavajë

Klubi i Futbollit Besa is a professional Albanian football club based in Kavajë. It is currently competing in Kategoria e Parë, the 2nd tier of Albanian football. They play their home games at Besa Stadium.

History

Early years (1925–1944)

Klubi Sportiv Besa was founded on 25 October 1925 originally as "Shoqata Kulturore-Sportive Adriatiku" which was a multi-disciplinary sports club based in Kavajë, Albania. In 1930, the club changed its name to "Sport Klub Kavajë". That same year the football team played its first ever friendly at Mali i Robit, Golem against an amateur team formed of students from the Albanian-American Institute of Agriculture. A short time later, SK Kavajë joined the newly formed Albanian Football Association and participated in the 1930 second tier championship where they would repeat their participation for the next two seasons before joining the top tier Kategoria e Parë in 1933. In their first top flight championship SK Kavajë finished last in the 5 team league, losing 7 games and winning just one, a 2–1 victory over local rivals Teuta Durrës.

Club logo in 1930 when it joined the newly formed Albanian Football Association.

In 1935, the club took the shape of an organized one under the leadership of chairman Irfan Berati. The vice-chairman was Fehmi Kazazi, the secretary was Dervish Cara, the committee members were Sulejman Karkini and Reshat Asllani, the cashier was Rasim Sulejmani and Dhori Fora was in charge of the trade of craft. The following year, the club was renamed "Besa Kavajë" also known as "Besa Sport Klub", derived from the name Besa, the Albanian cultural precept meaning "to keep the promise" and "word of honor".

During World War II, many members of the club lost their lives as soldiers, including Mehmet Babamusta, Adil Alushi, Sami Karriqi and Millan Radosalja. The activities of the club became very limited and support came primarily from the local residents of the city. There were no official competitions held in Albania at this time.

Rise (1945–1965)

But between 1945 and 1950, the club experienced a revival which was due to young talented players coming through the ranks of the youth teams, including the likes of Qamil Teliti who went on to receive national success. During the 1945–46 season, the club won the unofficial Sports Federation President's Cup. Many of the club's players during the late 1940s would go on to play for the Albania national team, including Qamil Teliti, who scored the winning goal against Romania that won Albania the 1946 Balkan Cup.

In 1958, the club achieved a second-place finish in the top tier Albanian Championship, narrowly losing out to Partizani Tirana for the title by one point. Also during the 1958 season, they reached the semi-final of the Albanian Cup, again losing out to eventual winners Partizani Tirana. The club would go on to reach the finals of the Albanian Cup in 1961, losing to Partizani Tirana once again and also the following season in 1962–63, where they lost on penalties to KF Tirana. In 1963, Besa won the unofficial cup competition held by the 'Sport' newspaper, and in 1965 it won the 'Bashkimi' newspaper competition.

Golden generation (1965–1975)

The period between 1965 and 1975 has been called the golden generation of football in Kavajë, due to the domestic achievements especially in the Albanian Cup which resulted in the club's first ever European games. In 1971, they finished as runners-up in the Albanian Cup after losing 2–0 in the finals to Dinamo Tirana. They repeated this feat the following year, losing on penalties in the cup final following a 2–2 draw with Vllaznia Shkodër, but as Vllaznia also won the league in that same year, this gave Besa the opportunity to participate in the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup in the 1972–73 season.

Their first European opponents were Danish side, Fremad Amager, who Besa managed to overcome on away goals following a 1–1 draw away in Copenhagen and a goalless draw at home. In the next round however they were beaten by Scottish side Hibernian, whom they lost to on aggregate 8–2, following a 7–1 away loss and a 1–1 draw at home. The end of the golden generation era was marked with the completion of the club's first purpose built stadium, Besa Stadium. Construction was completed in 1974 and the new stadium had a capacity to seat 9,000 spectators.

Recent years

Besa confirmed their place in the 2007–08 UEFA Cup after a 3–2 win against neighbours KS Teuta in the 2006–07 Albanian Cup final. They met Bežanija of Serbia in the first qualifying round, drawing 2–2 away and 0–0 at home to progress on away goals. In the second qualifying round, they fell 3–0 in each leg to Bulgarian side Litex Lovech. In 2008, they qualified for the Intertoto Cup due to their third-place finish in the league, drawing Ethnikos Achna 0–0 at home and 1–1 in Cyprus and continued on away goals. In the 2nd round of the Intertoto cup they were eliminated by Grasshopper Zürich from Switzerland.

KS Besa Kavaje is a professional soccer team based in the city of Kavaje, Albania. The team was founded in 1925 and has a rich history in Albanian soccer. The team plays its home matches at the Loro Boriçi Stadium, which has a capacity of 16,000 spectators.

KS Besa Kavaje has a strong fan base and is known for its passionate supporters who create a lively atmosphere at home matches. The team's colors are blue and white, and its logo features a lion, which is a symbol of strength and courage.

Over the years, KS Besa Kavaje has had many successful seasons, winning several domestic titles and competing in European competitions. The team has a reputation for playing an attacking style of soccer, with a focus on possession and creativity in the final third.

The current squad is made up of talented players from Albania and other countries, including Brazil, Ghana, and Kosovo. The team is led by experienced coach Armando Cungu, who has a track record of success in Albanian soccer.

Overall, KS Besa Kavaje is a respected and competitive team in Albanian soccer, with a proud history and passionate fan base.