Al Ajmi's exploits include the Channel 4 2006 TV series The Pepsi Max World Challenge. In November 2005, Pepsi and T4 teamed up to find the best 2 amateur footballers in Bahrain, with AlAjmi and Mohamed Ajaj beating thousands of entries. They went on to compete against the best amateur players from 10 other countries. The series was set around the globe with a $100,000 prize for the winning team performing different football challenges involving David Beckham, Ronaldinho, Thierry Henry and Alessandro Nesta. The two Bahraini footballers got the highest points throughout the tournament to lose in the final.
He was presented to the media on 12 July 2011 along with the other new signings by the club president Refik Halili, where KF Tirana's new kit was unveiled with Al Ajmi chosen to wear the number 10 shirt.