The stadium is just off Mother Teresa Square & next to the Sheraton hotel.
Two of Albania's top teams Sk Tirana & KF Partizani play here. It also holds matches for the Albanian national football team.
There is a ticket office next to the main entrance.
Tirana sports a fairly run-down soccer stadium near the downtown (across the street from the Sheraton Hotel). The local and national team play regular games there virtually year round and generally on Sundays. Admission is nominal but be careful, as the crowd can get pretty out of hand.
Albania's national stadium is an unimposing building, but it has a reputation for making opposing teams wilt. It's been the stage of a few famous victories in recent years, not least of which the 2-1 defeat of local rivals Greece in their very first game after winning Euro 2004 in Portugal. I can just imagine how happy that would have made the Albanians.
Results have not been so good for the 2008 qualifiers, with a loss to Romania and a draw against Slovenia. England also won here 3-1 in 2001 in a World Cup qualifier, with Andy Foal getting on the score sheet.
be sure to bring your trainers with you. There is a great lake in Tirana and a beautiful park around it, where you can do jogging in the mornings or afternoons. Of course there are many good gyms as well, most of them located in the center.