|Full name||Klubi Sportiv Pogradeci|
|Nickname(s)||Liqenorët (The Lakes) Verdheblutë (The Yellow and Blues)|
|Ground||Gjorgji Kyçyku Stadium|
|Owner||Municipality of Pogradec|
|League||Albanian First Division, Group B|
|Saturday, February 29, 2020|
|Pogradeci||5 - 1||Turbina Cërrik|
|Sunday, February 23, 2020|
|Besa Kavajë||0 - 2||Pogradeci|
The club was founded in 1932 with name Klubi Sportiv Dragoj Pog radeci. In the 1936 season, the club played for the first time in the highest league in Albania. During the largest part of the communist era, the club was known as KS Ylli i Kuq Pogra deci. The greatest success of club history is the achievement of the semi-finals of the Albanian Cup in the 1992–93 season.
1932-1947: KS Dragoj Pogr adeci
1947-1949: KS Spartak Pogradeci
1949-1950: KS Pogradecifc
1950-1958: KS Spartak Pogradecifc
1958-1992: KS Ylli i Kuq Pogradeci
1992: KS Pogradecifc
This city is surrounded by hills on the southern and western side. The lake is in the eastern and northern side of the city. The highway linking to Tirana, Elbasan and Korçë passes through the city. It is located southeast of Elbasan, southwest of Ohrid in North Macedonia, north of Korçë and northwest of Florina in Greece.
It was formed at the 2015 local government reform by the merger of the former municipalities Buçimas, Çërravë, Dardhas, Pogradec, Proptisht, Trebinjë, Udenisht and Velçan, that became municipal units. The seat of the municipality is the town Pogradec. The total population is 61,530 (2011 census), in a total area of 703.37 km2. The population of the former municipality at the 2011 census was 20,848. Pogradec alone occupies about 15 km².
The earliest human traces in Pogradec area belong to the Early Neolithic period, 8600 cal. B.P, when a small settlement was formed by the shore of the lake in the eastern part of the modern city.
“In the Balkan Eneolithic period there were settlements on piles at the north end of Lake Ohrid by the outflow; at the east end of Lake Malik by the outflow; on one side of Lake Prespa; on the east side of Lake Kastoria; and on one side of Lake Rudnik (Khimadhitis). The later settlements at Malik were not on piles; the level of that Lake was lower throughout the Bronze Age. When Polybius wrote of the account which was used by Strabo, there were two lakes near Lychnidus with their own self-supporting factories for pickling fish. The two lakes which satisfy this description are Lake Ohrid and Lake Prespa.