KF Shkëndija is a football club based in Tetovo, North Macedonia. Their home stadium is Ecolog Arena and they currently play in the Macedonian First League. In the 2010–11 season of the Macedonian First Football League the club won its first major championship.
KF Shkëndija was formed on 27 August 1979 by ethnic Albanians from Tetovo. The purpose of forming the club was so that the Albanians throughout Yugoslavia could unite in supporting a club for Albanians. FK Shkëndija was frowned upon by Yugoslav officials as it was thought the club would awaken nationalist feeling among the Albanians of Yugoslavia. Starting at the lowest division in Yugoslavia, Shkëndija won the division in the 1979–1980 season, resulting in Shkëndija being promoted into the Third division. After claiming the third division title in the 1980–1981 season, Shkëndija was then again promoted into the Second division.
Park City Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Tetovo, North Macedonia. It is currently used for football matches. The stadium holds 15,000 seats.
In March 2015, has been signed agreement between Football Federation of Macedonia and Tetovo Municipality for the renovation of stadium as a part of project of UEFA, „Hat-trick 4". The renovation of stadium began in April 2015. In April 2016, the renovation works on the pitch were finished, and later that year floodlights for playing matches at night were added.
In July 2016, Ecolog International, the owners of KF Shkëndija, took the Tetovo City Stadium under concession from the municipal council, as well as a second ground committing to invest 7.7 million euros in order to make stadium meet the criteria for international matches. The ground has been renamed Ecolog Arena.