Sherif Ekramy (Arabic: شريف إكرامي; born 10 July 1983) is an Egyptian footballer and son of Ekramy. He currently plays as a goalkeeper for Al-Ahly and the Egyptian national team.
He has previously played for Feyenoord, Ankaragücü and most recently, El Gouna FC, with whom he helped win promotion to the top flight for the 2009–10 season.
Ekramy participated in two successive World Youth cups, the 2001 in Argentina, where he was part of the bronze-medal team, and the 2003 installment in the United Arab Emirates.
In the January transfer window season 09/10 Sherif made a move to Al Ahly the club he played for as a youngster and the club his father, Ekramy played for following his father's footsteps and hoping to become a legend like his father. After a serious of disappointing performances some Ahly fans were questioning whether he suited Al Ahly, but he proved them wrong as he played a string of good games insuring that he deserved his place as the starting goalkeeper.
Sherif was one of the most promising youngster in Al Ahly youth department so he was promoted for the first team in 2002 at the age of 19 although he never played for the first team until 2004. His amazing performance as a captain with Egypt U-20 in 2003 African Youth Championship helping The Young Pharaohs to win the title so he received a lot of offers but he decided finally to join Feyenoord to be alongside his former team-mate Hossam Ghaly
His spell in the Netherlands wasn't very successful. Although signed as a great talent, he was usually reserve keeper. On 11 February 2007 he played his first Eredivisie match for Feyenoord against FC Twente.
With the club he only played 7 matches in 3 years helping them to win the cup in his last season 2008/2009