AddressVitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
Ground Info Mendizorrotza or Mendizorroza is a football stadium in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain. The stadium is the home ground of Deportivo Alavés. Opened on 27 April 1924, it is currently the third oldest football stadium in the Spanish Professional Football, behind El Molinón and Mestalla. During its history, the stadium had several renovations. The most important one was the expansion made in 1999, making new stands in the corners for increasing the capacity of the stadium to the current 19,840 seats. In December 2016, the club president Josean Querejeta announced a plan of modernisation and expansion of the stadium, possibly bringing its capacity to 28,000. Due to the economic problems caused by the COVID-19 pandemic in Spain, in June 2020 the club confirmed the project would be delayed for at least a year.
HonoursDeportivo Alavés, S.A.D.,well known as Alavés, is a football club based in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Álava, in the community of the Basque Country.
Founded on 1 July 1920 as Sport Friends Club, it has played in the highest football category of The Liga Nacional de Fútbol Profesional, La Liga, since the 2016–17 season.

It is recognized as the third most successful team in the Basque Country following Athletic Club of Bilbao and Real Sociedad de Futbol of San Sebastián. Its biggest success was in 2001 when, in the year of its debut in European competition, it reached the final of the 2001 UEFA Cup Final, where it played against Liverpool. It was defeated 5–4 by golden goal. In 2017, the club reached the final of the Copa del Rey, losing out 3–1 to Barcelona.[2]

The team's home kit is blue and white-striped shirt, blue shorts and white socks. It holds home matches at the 19,840-seater Mendizorrotza Stadium and uses other facilities located in Ibaia dedicated to training.
Domestic competitions
Segunda División
Winners (4): 1929–30, 1953–54, 1997–98, 2015–16
Segunda División B
Winners (4): 1992–93, 1993–94, 1994–95, 2012–13
Tercera División
Winners (5): 1940–41, 1960–61, 1964–65, 1967–68, 1973–74
Winners: 1989–90
Regional Championship[20]
Biscay Championship: 1929–30
Gipuzkoa Championship: 1938–39
Copa Federación de España
Winners: 1945–46
Copa del Rey
Runners-up: 2016–17
European competitions
Runners-up: 2000–01
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Alaves Players List

  Name PositionAgeHeight
1 Fernando Pacheco Goalkeeper 30 185cm
2 Tachi Defender 24 184cm
3 Rubén Duarte Defender 26 179cm
4 Rodrigo Ely Defender 28 188cm
5 Víctor Laguardia Defender 32 183cm
6 Rodrigo Battaglia Midfielder 30 187cm
7 Lucas Pérez Forward 33 180cm
8 Tomás Pina Midfielder 34 185cm
9 Joselu Forward 32 192cm
10 John Guidetti Forward 30 185cm
11 Luis Rioja Forward 28 176cm
13 Antonio Sivera Goalkeeper 25 185cm
14 Deyverson Forward 31 187cm
16 Edgar Méndez Forward 32 187cm
17 Iñigo Córdoba Forward 25 180cm
18 Burgui Forward 28 186cm
19 Manu García Midfielder 36 183cm
20 Pere Pons Midfielder 29 177cm
21 Martín Aguirregabiria Defender 26 180cm
22 Florian Lejeune Defender 31 190cm
23 Ximo Navarro Defender 32 176mc
24 Jota Peleteiro Forward 31 178cm
26 Javi López Defender 20 183cm
29 Borja Sainz Forward 21 174cm
37 Facundo Pellistri Forward 20 174cm