A.E. Ramassà is an amateur football team from Les Franqueses del Vallès, a town about 30 km away from Barcelona. Founded in 1975, the club took its first steps playing in local tournaments. In 2007, the club became professional, rising to the 3rd Territorial League, and joined the Catalan Football Federation (FCF). The team currently plays in the Group 11 of the 4th Catalan Division, in close competition with some of the most important teams of the Vallès Oriental Region.
A.E. Ramassà runs its training sessions and plays its matches in Camp Municipal de Llerona, which offers modern and convenient facilities, with a synthetic grass pitch located in a rural and very welcoming environment.
Highlights of the team’s record include awards, such as the 2017 Joan Creus Sportsmanship prize and the 2015 Barcelona City Council Olímpia award Diputació de Barcelona. In the sporting world, the team has won several renowned tournaments in the town, including the Sergi Barjuan Tournament.
Off the pitch, A.E. Ramassà is above all an example of a humane group. Its passion for sport and its principles have enabled it to carry out solidary activities year after year which have been recognised worldwide.
The team’s official kit consists of a shirt with four red and yellow stripes, yellow shorts and socks. It also has a sponsored kit used for when travelling, consisting of a red polo shirt.
2013 was a key year for A.E. Ramassà. The team made the leap onto the international scene, specifically in Africa. The team embarked on its traditional solidary adventures in Africa, where it played against one of the best teams in the country that it visited, as well as carrying out social work with local NGOs.
This is an experience that is hard to describe, and which attracts an increasing number of followers every year.
Our club is governed by principles and behaviour which make us what we are: the club of principles. Companionship, teamwork, and respect for both the players and the fans of opposing teams are key aspects of our club.
The club’s board of directors has drawn up a code of ethics, taking reference from the general principles that appear in the Code of Ethics of the Catalonian Football Federation (FCF), Federació Catalana de Futbol). Download it below: