spanish professional football club

football club
Deportivo Alavés, S.A.D. ( spanish pronunciation : [ depoɾˈtiβo alaˈβes ] ; Sporting Alavés ), normally abbreviated to Alavés, is a spanish football club based in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Álava, in the autonomous 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 temper.

It is recognized as the one-third most successful team in the Basque Country following athletic Club of Bilbao and Real Sociedad de Futbol of San Sebastián. Its biggest achiever was in 2001 when, in the year of its introduction in european contest, it reached the 2001 UEFA Cup Final, where it played against Liverpool. It was defeated 5–4 by fortunate finish. In 2017, the club reached the final examination of the Copa del Rey, losing out 3–1 to Barcelona. [ 2 ] The team ‘s home kit is blue and white-striped shirt, aristocratic shorts and white socks. It holds home matches at the 19,840-seater Mendizorrotza Stadium [ 3 ] and uses other facilities located in Ibaia dedicated to educate .

history [edit ]

Founded in 1920 the initial name of the club was Sport Friends, but on 23 January 1921 the name was changed to the current one, and this is considered the official initiation date. [ 4 ] Alavés was the foremost club to win promotion from the Segunda División to La Liga in 1929–30, a stint which would last three years. In its first temper in Primera División Alavés finished 8th from 10 teams, just 1 bespeak away from being relegated. [ 5 ] In 1953–54 the club would reach the top league again for a biennial spell. With Roman Galarraga as a coach, the club reached long-awaited promotion to Segunda División in the 1973–74 season. [ 4 ] In June 1983, after having avoided the relegation in the former season, Alavés went down to Segunda División B, where remained until the 1985–86 campaign. [ 6 ] After years of badly facing disappearance which lasted well into the 1990s ( playing in the fourthly grade during the late 1980s ), Alavés ultimately achieved a promotion back into the Segunda División in 1994–95 after two back-to-back years of winning their group in Segunda División B – created as the newly third level in 1977 – but failing in the forwarding play-offs. After winning the Segunda División in 1997–98, [ 7 ] Alavés returned to the top level after a 42-year foramen. Following their return key season in which they escaped relegation by a single point, they achieved two wins against Barcelona in the follow campaign and would qualify for the UEFA Cup for the first time upon finishing one-sixth ( to date, their highest-ever place, coming just 12 years after their lowest-ever : eighth in their group in the fourth horizontal surface ) .
deoxyadenosine monophosphate well as concluding the domestic campaign in one-tenth position, in 2000–01 the Basque club reached the concluding of the UEFA Cup after beating Internazionale, [ 8 ] Rayo Vallecano and 1. FC Kaiserslautern, the latter in a suppression 9–2 aggregate victory. [ 9 ] The final ended in a 4–5 loss against Liverpool, Alavés losing to an “ own- aureate goal “ after taking the match to extra time. The match besides featured two red cards and two forbid goals in supernumerary time in addition to the nine goals which did count, and has been described by some observers as one of the greatest collector’s item games in the competition ‘s history. [ 10 ] Alavés ended 2001–02 in seventh military position and qualified for the UEFA Cup for a irregular time, although the European political campaign of 2002–03 was far less successful than two years earlier, with an opening acquire over Ankaragücü followed by a get the better of to another turkish Süper Lig english, Beşiktaş. On 26 January 2003, the club celebrated their hundredth win in La Liga after defeating Real Valladolid 3–1. Although Alavés were relegated after 2002–03, they regained top flight condition two years later. [ 9 ] In this time, Alavés was bought by Ukrainian–American businessman Dmitry Pietrman, and several clashes followed with the club ‘s coaches, players [ 11 ] and fans alike. [ 12 ] The top-division render only lasted one season as the clubhouse went through three drumhead coaches and finished in 18th place, one point from safety. Piterman departed in 2007, leaving the club abstruse in debt after his tenure. After two years of battling against delegating to the third floor, Alavés finally succumbed in 2008–09. A subsequent black time period in Segunda B lasted four years until Alavés was bought by José Antonio Querejeta [ 13 ] and were promoted again to the second base division in 2013 as overall champions of the third gear tier, providing an opportunity to sort out its economic difficulties. Three years belated, on 29 May 2016, Alavés was promoted to La Liga as second tier champions after beating Numancia 2–0 to overtake Leganés on the concluding day .
On 10 September 2016, Alavés got their first winnings of their reappearance temper in La Liga by defeating defending La Liga champions Barcelona 2–1 at the Camp Nou. [ 14 ] On 7 February 2017, Alavés qualified for the 2017 Copa del Rey Final after eliminating Celta de Vigo in the semi-finals of the competition. This was the first meter in their history that the baseball club had qualified for the final examination of the national cup, their previous best being the semi-finals in 1998 and 2004. Their opponents in the final would be Barcelona, and coincidentally the two clubs met in the league immediately after their cup semi-finals ; the Catalans inflicted a 6–0 kill on Alavés in their own Mendizorrotza Stadium, exacting revenge for the result earlier in the season. [ 15 ] Barcelona besides won the final examination, held at the Estadio Vicente Calderón with a 3–1 scoreline, [ 16 ] intend there would be nobelium return key to european competition for Alavés. In the La Liga that temper Alavés finished 9th with 14 wins, 13 draws and 11 losses. [ 17 ]

Seasons [edit ]

Season to temper [edit ]

holocene seasons [edit ]

Players [edit ]

current squad [edit ]

As of 3 January 2022[18]

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Reserve team [edit ]

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Out on loanword [edit ]

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Honours [edit ]

domestic competitions [edit ]

  • Regional Championship[19]

european competitions [edit ]

Notes [edit ]

stadium information [edit ]

Mendizorrotza stadium

celebrated players [edit ]

Coaches [edit ]

Affiliated clubs [edit ]

Alavés B/C [edit ]

The club ‘s elementary reserve team is Deportivo Alavés B, founded in 1960 and presently playing at the amateur Tercera División degree of the senior spanish system. When that team gained promotion to Segunda División B in 2000, a further reserve side Deportivo Alavés C was formed, later partnering with local team Club San Ignacio, but the C-team was discontinued in 2005 ascribable to the poor fiscal site at the baseball club. San Ignacio and most other teams in the vicinity of Vitoria-Gasteiz continue to operate as partner clubs of Alavés. [ 21 ] [ 22 ] [ 23 ] [ 24 ]

California Victory [edit ]

In 2007, Alavés operated a team in the USL First Division in the United States called the California Victory. The team played at Kezar Stadium in San Francisco, California, and wore the Alavés colors. however, Alavés, under newly ownership, pulled its support for the club late that year, after which the Victory folded .

NK Rudeš [edit ]

In May 2017, Alavés signed a ten-year partnership deal with NK Rudeš, newly promoted croatian First Football League club, with Rudeš acting as a self-feeder clubhouse to Alavés. [ 25 ] In June 2018, Deportivo Alavés and NK Rudeš ended its partnership agreement. [ 26 ]

Sochaux [edit ]

In April 2018, Alavés signed an agreement with french club FC Sochaux-Montbéliard ; [ 27 ] however the partnership lasted lone a few months, ending abruptly in December of the same class. [ 28 ]

NK Istra 1961 [edit ]

In June 2018 Alavés took a manipulate interest in another croatian top-tier baseball club, NK Istra 1961, a few weeks after ending their agreement with Rudeš. [ 29 ]

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