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|Motto||Perzgjedhja e Miss Universe Albania|
Organizer & CEO
|Revista VIP Club|
Albania debuted at Miss Universe in 2002 with the Miss Albania organization as the official franchise holder. The organization held national pageant yearly up into 2006. Beginning in 2007, the franchise license was given to the then official photographer of Miss Universe, Fadil Berisha who happened to be from Albania. At this point Fadil created the "Miss Universe Albania" organization and would held occasional yearly national pageant or in some cases, designate a participant to represent Albania at Miss Universe. Fadil would continue to be the national director until 2013.
In 2014 Revista VIP Club acquired the Miss Universe franchise license in Albania and consequently also the Miss World franchise license. The company would held yearly national pageants where two winners were crowned to compete at Miss Universe and Miss World. The company would held the license of Miss World until 2017.
In 2018, the Miss World license was given to Vera Grabocka who was previously the national director of Miss World in Albania between 2006-2013, while Revista VIP Club only held the Miss Universe license.
|Year||Miss Universe Albania||Municipality||Placement||Special Awards||Notes|
|2002||Anisa Kospiri||Tirana||Top 10||Miss Albania 2002|
|2003||Denisa Kola||Tirana||Unplaced||Miss Albania 2003|
|2005||Agnesa Vuthaj||Istog***||Unplaced||Miss Albania 2004|
|2006||Eralda Hitaj||Tirana||Unplaced||Miss Universe Albania 2006|
|2007||Sadina Alla||Tirana||Unplaced||Miss Universe Albania 2007|
|2008||Matilda Mecini||Tirana||Unplaced||Best National Costume (Top 10)||Miss Universe Albania 2008|
|2009||Hasna Xhukiçi||Fier||Top 15||River Race (3rd Placed)||Miss Universe Albania 2009|
|2010||Angela Martini||Shkodër||Top 10||Miss Universe Albania 2010|
|2011||Xhesika Berberi||Tirana||Unplaced||Miss Universe Albania 2011|
|2012||Adrola Dushi||Lezhë||Unplaced||Miss Universe Albania 2012|
|2013||Fioralba Dizdari||Tirana||Did not compete||Miss Universe Albania 2013|
|2014||Zhaneta Byberi||Tirana||Unplaced||Miss Universe Albania 2014|
|2015||Megi Luka||Fushë-Krujë||Unplaced||Miss Universe Albania 2015|
|2016||Lindita Idrizi||Elbasan||Unplaced||Miss Photogenic||Miss Universe Albania 2016; previously won Miss Europe Continental 2015 in Italy|
|2017||Blerta Leka||Tirana||Unplaced||Miss Universe Albania 2017|
|2018||Trejsi Sejdini||Elbasan||TBD||TBD||Miss Universe Albania 2018|
Since 2016, the first runner-up in the Miss Universe Albania competition is sent to Miss World. From 2002 to 2012, the representative was either selected from the separate Miss Albania competition or was appointed.
|Year||Miss World Albania||Municipality||Placement||Special Awards||Notes|
|2002||Anjeza Maja||Tirana||Unplaced||Miss Albania 2002|
|2003||Denisa Kola||Tirana||Unplaced||Miss Scholarship||Miss Albania 2003|
|2004||Agnesa Vuthaj||Istog***||Unplaced||Miss Albania 2004|
|2006||Suada Sherifi||Tirana||Unplaced||Miss Albania 2005|
|2007||Elda Dushi||Tirana||Unplaced||Miss World Sport (Top 16)||Appointed|
|2008||Egla Harxhi||Tirana||Unplaced||Miss Albania 2007|
|2009||Armina Mevlani||Tirana||Unplaced||Miss World Talent (Top 22)||Appointed|
|2010||Arnita Beqiraj||Vlorë||Unplaced||Miss Albania 2010|
|2011||Isi Topçiu-Ulaj||Tirana||Unplaced||Miss World Top Model (Top 20)||Miss Albania 2010|
|2013||Ersela Kurti||Tirana||Unplaced||Miss Universe Albania 2012|
|2015||Kristina Bakiu||Kolonjë||Unplaced||Miss World Top Model (Top 15)||Miss Universe Albania 2013|
|2016||Ëndrra Kovaçi||Tirana||Unplaced||Miss Universe Albania 2016|
|2017||Joana Grabolli||Berat||Unplaced||Miss Universe Albania 2017|
|Year||Miss Europe Albania||Municipality||Placement||Special Awards||Notes|
|1995||Monika Zguro||Korçë||2nd Runner-up|
|1996||Hygerta Sako||Durrës||Top 10|
Anisa Kospiri was the first Albanian delegate at the Miss Universe pageant. She went to compete in San Juan, Puerto Rico and in the grand final she was the first girl to be called in the Top 10. She competed in both Swimsuit and Evening Gown competition and scored 8.51 and 8.34 respectively. However, her average score was not high enough for her to advance in the next phase of the competition. Until 2010 she held the record of the highest placing Albanian candidate in the Miss Universe pageant.
On October 2013, Miss Universe Albania, Fioralba Dizdari withdrew from the Miss Universe 2013 pageant out of respect for Miss Universe Kosovo having to withdraw as Russia did not recognize Kosovo as an independent country and thus the contestant would be denied entrance into Russia. But on October 8, 2014, Miss Universe Albania 2014 was back to Miss Universe with Zhaneta Byberi as the crowned beauty pageant titleholder.