Alban Ramaj

Alban Ramaj 2011

Alban Ramaj ( born November 8, 1985 in Peja, SFR Yugoslavia) is an Albanian football player.


Alban Ramaj began in the youth departments of Würzburg FV. He managed the 2002 jump in the U-19 team in 2004 and into the first team from Würzburg FV. For the season 2005/ 06 he moved to TSV 1860 München II, where he remained until the end of the 2007 season and undertook subsequent to Energie Cottbus II to season 2008/ 09 he moved to third division side Kickers Emden to East Friesland. After Emden voluntarily retired after the 2008 /09 season because of license restrictions in the league, he moved to FC Erzgebirge Aue.

In floodplain of the Left Wing was in season 2009/10 starting players up to his red card at 32 matches and contributed with his six goals in 30 inserts for promotion to the 2nd Bundesliga at. After he missed the start of the season due to a thigh problem in the second division the following year, he had difficulty fight their way back into the team. However, starting in the 29th Round, he was back in the starting lineup and was still generally at least 15 season games. However, in the first round in 2011/12 he was only three inserts for Aue. January 31, 2012 Ramaj signed a half year contract with FC Carl Zeiss Jena. Even after half a year gave his club the separation of June 30, 2012.

In January 2013, the club loose Ramaj joined the Kickers Würzburg. After 13 back -rounds for the Kickers in the Regionalliga Bayern in the summer of 2013 he moved to FC 08 Homburg, where he signed a one year contract.


  • Promotion to the 2nd Bundesliga 2010 with Erzgebirge Aue