|Full name||Albert Stroni|
|Date of birth||18 November 1971|
|Place of birth||Fier, Albania|
|Height||1.84 m (6 ft 1⁄2 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
In 1992, Stroni moved to FR Yugoslavia to play for FK Partizan but, after being vastly overlooked, he returned home to Dinamo Tirana. In the following summer he switched to Spain, where he would spend most of his remaining years as a footballer: he started with SD Compostela but, because of bureaucratic reasons, ended not playing a single league match for the club, after which he joined Galician neighbours CD Ourense also in the second division, where he also did not manage to appear officially.
Subsequently, Stroni signed with amateurs Club Lemos in the same autonomous community, eventually becoming one of the most important players in the club's history, averaging more than one goal every two games and first promoting them to the fourth level. After three seasons, he played one year with another amateur – and Galician – side, Ponte Ourense, and another in Gimnástica Segoviana CF.
Stroni would represent three teams in 2000–01, starting in Portugal with F.C. Maia then returning to Spain to play for Mérida UD and CD Don Benito. In the following campaign he signed with French team Angers SCO but, after a poor year, returned again to Spain and Lemos, for a further four years and another fourth-tier promotion (in his last season he acted as player-coach, and scored a total of 105 competitive goals in his two spells). The 35-year-old retired in 2007, after one season with another team in division four, CD Lalín.
Stroni represented the Albanian national team on 35 occasions, all categories counted. After appearing for the under-21s – during that team's trip to Spain, he fled and requested right of asylum – he went on to gain three caps for the senior side.
- Dinamo Tirana
- Albanian Superliga: MVP 1990–91
- Desde Albania con balón (From Albania with a football); El País, 25 January 2010 (Spanish)