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Re: Stadiums

by Aurora Bulkualis » Thu Nov 14, 2019 3:06 am

andi2410 wrote:
Tue Nov 12, 2019 5:04 pm
Lol, to be fair it is being backed by Turkish Airlines who obviously have a much bigger budget. They are obviously trying to market the new airline, and this is where some of their marketing dollars are going. Either way, I don't really see a huge problem with it. The arena here in Toronto was named Air Canada Centre for 20 years, so whatever. Can someone explain what the fuss is about? Did they release the financial details of this deal (i.e. how much money they are paying for the name and where the money is going)?
Air Canada is a legitimate airline, that's the difference. They don't own 2 planes and only survive because of shady/illegal backing.

Re: Stadiums

by andi2410 » Tue Nov 12, 2019 5:04 pm

Lol, to be fair it is being backed by Turkish Airlines who obviously have a much bigger budget. They are obviously trying to market the new airline, and this is where some of their marketing dollars are going. Either way, I don't really see a huge problem with it. The arena here in Toronto was named Air Canada Centre for 20 years, so whatever. Can someone explain what the fuss is about? Did they release the financial details of this deal (i.e. how much money they are paying for the name and where the money is going)?

Re: Stadiums

by Aurora Bulkualis » Sun Nov 10, 2019 2:01 am

Ah yes, Air Albania an "airline" with 2 planes, now has enough money to spend millions of dollars sponsoring a stadium.

Re: Stadiums

by Papagalli » Sat Nov 09, 2019 2:40 pm



Well there you have it, Air Albania will be the sponsor of our new stadium officially dubbing it Air Albania Stadium. The plot thickens, as the majority shareholder are Turkish Airlines by a staggering 49%. One step forward, three steps back. Personally, would've preferred DigitAlb but that's nitpicking at this point.

Re: Stadiums

by ZenMaster » Fri Nov 08, 2019 6:41 pm

Sa shumë gëzim që disa oligarké do të bëhën më të pasur se sa janë. A osht pozitiv ndërtimi i stadiumit të ri? Patjetër për oligarkët por mënyra se si është bërë është kriminale dhe asnjë përfitim si sjell sportit por vetëm pronarëve.
Më kujtohet si ish-anëtar i TKZ-së ka pas debat të madh për hyrjën në stadium, shumica absolute e anëtarëve fajësonin infrastrukturën e Qemal Stafés për sjelljen rrugaqérore té policisë, e pér tollovinë që krijohej para stadiumit, duheshin orë që të futeshe në edhe kur stadiumi nuk ishte plot. U ri-ndërtua stadiumi i Elbasanit dhe i Shkodrës dhe u kuptua që problem nuk ishte insfrastruktura por policat nuk paguhen për orët ekstra por dërgohen "dhunshëm" në stadium.

Impakti i stadiumit në zhvillimin e futbollit në Shqipëri do të jetë ZERO. Do të rritet akoma çmimi i biletave në ndeshjet e kombëtarës sepse me 25 mijë euro qira për ndeshje dyshoj qé përveq derbit që di zhvillohet ndonjë ndeshje tjetër kampionale.

Re: Stadiums

by plisi » Fri Nov 08, 2019 10:45 am

Can't believe this got done. Absolutely fantastic to see these kind of projects not drag on forever. Let's hope now the NT raises it's level of football.

Re: Stadiums

by Princ » Fri Nov 08, 2019 12:30 am

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=StKN3cIE2PM

This stadium had potential, if the vip side was the same with the rest and without the tower/marriot hotel it would have been super

Re: Stadiums

by Aurora Bulkualis » Fri Nov 01, 2019 3:22 am

AK is really a beauty. We finally have a proper stadium. Let's hope they get it ready for France like they promised. Nothing less than beating the reigning world champs would suffice for a debut :zgerdhimje:

Re: Stadiums

by Papagalli » Thu Oct 31, 2019 8:31 pm

Simboli i Diellit wrote:
Sat Oct 26, 2019 3:40 am
Kukesi stadium is almost completed and will be ready max by febbruary while at the new Partizani stadium they restarted working these days . The only project left as project is the Flamurtari one of building the stadium outside the city area. It seems it will remain on paper because the government didn’t concede the New airport of Vlore to the Turks. So they’ll renew the old one with government and FA money.



https://youtu.be/PmZFUmDNzdI
Kukesi:


Arena Kombetare:


Apollonia:


Bylis Training Ground:


Partizani: (Last I read a few days ago) According to the owner Demi, Partizani Stadium (Name TBA) will be ready to host matches by phase three of the current season. http://www.partizani.al/sq/shtepia-e-kampioneve/



Flamurtari: No chance of a new stadium in Vlore anytime soon. The owner is dead broke/unwilling to invest, and in a constant legal battle against the City Hall regarding custody of Flamurtari and it's assets. His official title is that of "Sponsor", logically he's not content with that, and we're definitely dropping to D2 by the end of this season. Next session we'll have the pleasure to look forward to the heated southwestern derby of the decade between Flamurtari vs Oriku.

Re: Stadiums

by Simboli i Diellit » Sat Oct 26, 2019 3:40 am

Kukesi stadium is almost completed and will be ready max by febbruary while at the new Partizani stadium they restarted working these days . The only project left as project is the Flamurtari one of building the stadium outside the city area. It seems it will remain on paper because the government didn’t concede the New airport of Vlore to the Turks. So they’ll renew the old one with government and FA money.



https://youtu.be/PmZFUmDNzdI

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