|Date of birth||October 19, 1972|
|Place of birth||Syria|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Ramadan started his career at a young age with Saraqib and Al-Hurriya, then he transferred to Jableh where his first tournament was the 1988 Arab Club Champions Cup scoring his first goals against Al-Shabab, Al-Wehdat and Al-Rasheed.
Ramadan won the Syrian Premier League twice with Jableh in 1988 and 1989. Afterwards, he went to play in Kuwait for Al-Yarmouk and Al-Jahra. According to Ramadan, he had the opportunity to transfer to Anorthosis to participate in the 1995–96 UEFA Champions League qualifications, but a problem with his contract in Kuwait prevented him from making the move.
Ramadan was called to play for Syria in 1988 AFC Asian Cup, and Syria U20 in 1989 FIFA World Youth Championship and 1991 FIFA World Youth Championship in which he scored against Uruguay U20 and England U20, only losing on penalties to Australia U20 in the Quarter-finals.
- "مناف رمضان".. "مارادونا العرب". esyria (in Arabic). Retrieved 4 December 2017.
- "Who is Ammar Ramadan the Syrian wonderkid who snubbed AC Milan in favour of Juve". Calciomercato.com | Tutte le news sul calcio in tempo reale.