|Founded||10 July 2018|
|Split from||Five Star Movement|
|Political position||Centre to centre-left|
|National affiliation||More Europe|
|European affiliation||Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Party|
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Team K (TK), named Team Köllensperger from its establishment in July 2018 to November 2019, is a regionalist and liberal political party active in South Tyrol, where it seeks to be an inter-ethnic centrist party. TK also advocates direct democracy, social liberalism and environmentalist policies. Its leader is Paul Köllensperger.
The party, which is close to NEOS, a liberal party in Austria, is an observer member of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Party and, more recently, has formed a pact with More Europe for the 2019 European Parliament election.
The party was established on the 10 July 2018 by Paul Köllensperger, a member of the Landtag of South Tyrol. Köllensperger was elected in the Landtag after the 2013 provincial election, within the Five Star Movement (M5S). However, in July 2018, he left the party accusing its leadership of not being interested in promoting enough South Tyrol’s local interests and that it was necessary to establish a new party aimed at representing all the South Tyroleans looking for an inter-ethnic centrist party and aiming at breaking the absolute majority of the South Tyrolean People's Party (SVP). 
In the 2018 provincial election the party obtained a successful 15.2% of the vote, arriving second after the SVP.
In the run-up to the 2019 European Parliament election TK, which affirmed to be taking inspiration from Austria's NEOS party, joined the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Party (ALDE Party). Consequently, it formed a pact with More Europe (+Eu), ALDE's member party in Italy, and proposed Renate Holzeisen as its candidate. The list came third with 11.2% of the vote in South Tyrol and Holzeisen was the second most-voted candidate in the province, gaining nearly 23,000 votes, but she did not succeed in being elected as the list did not pass the 4% country-level electoral threshold.
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