|Full name||Gheorghe Albu|
|Date of birth||12 September 1909|
|Place of birth||Arad, Austria-Hungary (now in Romania)|
|Date of death||26 June 1974(aged 64)|
|Place of death||Făgăraş, Braşov County, Romania|
|1957-1958||Textila Sfântu Gheorghe|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Gheorghe Albu (born 12 September 1909 in Arad, Austria-Hungary, (now in Romania) - died 26 June 1974 in Făgăraş, Braşov County, Romania) was a Romanian football player and manager. He was a part of Romania national football team which played at the 1934 FIFA World Cup.
Albu started his career in 1924, playing as a youth for AMEF Arad until 1928. In 1929, he moves to another Arad-based team, Gloria CFR, and plays the final of the Romanian Championship 1929-30, against Juventus Bucureşti. Gloria CFR Arad lost the final, 0-3.
In 1933, he moved to Venus Bucureşti and in his first season for The Blacks he was crowned Champion of Romania. Until 1940, when he left Venus, he won four championship titles. Between 1940 and 1944, the year of his retirement from professional football, Albu played for FC Craiova.
After a short break, he was called up again at the national team for another three consecutive matches. He was the captain of the national side of Romania nineteen times. He played his last match in December 1938, against Czechoslovakia. In this match, Gheorghe Albu's opponent, the legendary Josef Bican, scored four goals, as Romania lost by 2 goals to 6.
After the World War II, Gheorghe Albu trained a number of teams, including FC Craiova, Textila Sfântu Gheorghe, Foresta Fălticeni, Dermata Cluj or UT Arad, and was also, for a short time, the manager of the national team. In 1959, he returned to Arad, acting as manager of AMEF Arad until 1962 and Vagonul Arad between 1962 and 1964. From 1964 until his death, he worked at Făgăraş, where he trained the youth teams of Nitramonia Făgăraș. 
- Evidence of Gheorghe Albu's appearances for Romania national football team
- Divizia A 1929-30 @ Romaniansoccer.ro
- Evidence of Gheorghe Albu's appearances and goals
- Mihai Ionescu, Mircea Tudoran Fotbal de la A la Z, Bucharest: Editura Sport-Turism, 1984