* Ferizaj is a new town, but its surroundings have been inhabited 6 to 8 thousand years earlier. Archaeological finds in Varos, 3 km south of Ferizaj, show that these areas were inhabited since the early Neolithic times. The first inhabitants did not cultivate the script, so it is not known much about the ancient peoples who replaced each other through the millennia until the last part of the Bronze Age.
* From the 8th century BC until the Roman invasions, Ferizaj and its surroundings were inhabited by the Dardans. Dardanous hills are found in the Ferizaj / Uroševac region, Gurëz and Mollopolc.
* In 96 BC, Dardania was invaded by the Roman Empire, therefore the Ferizaj area falls under Roman rule.
* From the 4th century AD until the 15th century, the region of Ferizaj was dominated by Byzantines, Bulgarians and Serbs. Historians believe that during these centuries, an Illyrian substrate, influenced by the Latin, Greek, Slavic, etc., created an ethnic, which by the 18th century was known as Arbër.
* In the 15th century, the area of Ferizaj was under Turkish rule, which lasted until 1912.
* Ferizaj started in 1873 with the construction of the Mitrovica – Skopje railway. In the second part of the XIX century, the travelers talk about a Feriz Bey Shasivari inn, under which this township was named, which within a few decades became a city, populated mainly by traders and craftsmen. The picture of Ferizaj’s han is part of the emblem of the Municipality of Ferizaj.
*In April 1881, the district of Ferizaj became a fierce fighting arena between Albanian troops led by Sulejman Vokshi, Ali Ibra, Mic Sokoli, Sef Kosharja, Binak Alia and others. and a Turkish expedition, commanded by Dervish Pasha, which was aimed at the suppression of local political and military organization of the league. Serious clashes took place on April 20 and 21 in Slivovo, near Ferizaj. To elevate the morale of his fighters, Mic Sokoli from Malësia e Gjakovës, choked the Turkish ball, perpetuating in history for unprecedented bravery. His figure is placed on the emblem of this municipality.
* In July 1908 in Ferizaj was convened a great assembly of Albanians, who addressed the telegram to the headquarters of the Ottoman Empire, with requests for political, administrative, educational and cultural rights of Albanians. The Assembly initiated significant political changes in the empire.
* On August 14, 1912, forces of the Albanian uprising, led by Boletini Idriz Seferi, went from Ferizaj, attacked Turkish formations and liberated Skopje. The uprising triggered a stir in the Turkish government and the beginning of negotiations with the leaders of the uprising.
* On October 25, 1912, after resistance and rioting with Albanian defenders, Serbian army forces entered Ferizaj. From this day began the 87-year rule of Serbian power in Ferizaj and Kosovo.
* On November 17, 1944, in Ferizaj, the clashes of the partisan brigades with the anti-communist forces ended and the construction of the socialist power began, which lasts until 1990.
* In the last days of November 1968 in Ferizaj, demonstrations of Albanian students, citizens and intellectuals exploded with requests for more freedom and national rights. Tens of citizens and organizers were arrested.
* On April 3, 1981, Ferizaj was involved in the demonstrations of Albanian students, students, workers and intellectuals with requests for the republic of Kosovo. Three people were killed and more were injured and detained by police intervention.
*On June 12, 1999, the forces of the Kosovo Liberation Army and NATO came to Ferizaj, ending the 87-year-old Serbian rule. In the fighting between the KLA and the Serbian forces during 1998-1999, in the suburbs of Ferizaj fell 58 martyrs, dozens of Albanian civilians were killed while thousands of houses were burned. Over half of the Albanian population of Ferizaj was expelled outside Kosovo by the Serbian regime of Milosevic.