FK Partizani is an Albanian professional football club based in Tirana, that competes in the Superliga. Founded in 1946, the club was historically affiliated to the Albanian army. Partizani's home ground is Qemal Stafa.
The club first competed in an official competition in 1947 where they won the Albania National Championship, thus being crowned the champions of Albania in their debut season as well as the following two seasons. In total the club have been national champions on 16 occasions between 1947 and 2019, which is the last time the club won the Albanian Superliga. They have won 18 other officially recognised domestic honours, including 15 Albanian Cups as well as Second Division. They are also the only Albanian club side to have won an international football competition through their 1970 Balkans Cup campaign in which they beat Bulgarian side Beroe Stara Zagora in the final.