Alaves Score
Spanish La Liga 2
Alaves 2
Villarreal B 1 6
2
0
W
Eibar
Alaves 1
0
0
D
Spanish Copa Del Rey
Lleida 1
Alaves 1
0
1
W
Spanish La Liga 2
Alaves 1 3
Real Zaragoza 2
1
0
W
Racing Santander 2
Alaves 1 3
1
1
D
Alaves 1
Real Oviedo 4
2
1
W
Alaves 2
Sporting Gijon 3
0
0
D
Andorra CF 1
Alaves 2
0
1
W
Alaves 4
Albacete 4
0
0
D
Burgos CF 3
Alaves 2
3
0
L
Alaves 2
Ponferradina 3
3
1
W
FC Cartagena 3
Alaves 1
1
1
D
Alaves 1
SD Huesca 2
2
1
W
CD Lugo 1 3
Alaves 1 6
1
2
W
Alaves
Las Palmas 2
1
1
D
Ibiza Eivissa 4
Alaves 2
1
1
D
Alaves 2
Mirandes 3
1
0
W
Leganes 3
Alaves 3
1
2
W
International Club Friendly
Athletic Bilbao
Alaves
1
1
D
Alaves 4
Sporting Gijon 1
1
1
D
Alaves
Real Oviedo 1
0
0
D
Alaves Fixtures
Spanish La Liga 2
Alaves
Levante
Tenerife
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Granada CF
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Alaves Player
# Name Position
6
Antonio Moya Vega Central Midfield
8
Salva Sevilla Central Midfield
18
Jon Guridi Central Midfield
29
Abdallahi Mahmoud Central Midfield
1
Antonio Sivera Salva Goalkeeper
31
Jesus Owono Goalkeeper
32
Imanol Baz Defender
38
Adrian Perez Defender
10
David Remeseiro Salgueiro, Jason Right Winger
17
Xeber Alkain Right Winger
20
Rober Gonzalez Right Winger
11
Luis Rioja Left Winger
21
Abde Rebbach Left Winger
23
Carlos Nahuel Benavidez Protesoni Defensive Midfield
14
Nahuel Tenaglia Right Back
3
Ruben Duarte Sanchez Left Back
27
Javier Lopez Left Back
2
Anderson Arroyo Centre Back
4
Aleksandar Sedlar Centre Back
5
Victor Laguardia Cisneros Centre Back
19
Nikola Maras Centre Back
22
Abdel Abqar Centre Back
 
Alberto Rodriguez Centre Back
7
Mamadou Sylla Diallo Centre Forward
9
Miguel De la Fuente Centre Forward
24
Taichi Hara Centre Forward
 
Luis Garcia Plaza Coach
About Alaves
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  • Name: Alaves
  • City: VITORI
  • Home Stadium: Mendizorroza
  • Established Date: 1921-01-23
  • Coach: Luis Garcia Plaza
Deportivo Alaves, usually abbreviated to Alaves, is a Spanish football club based in Vitoria-Gasteiz, álava, in the autonomous community of the Basque Country. Founded on 23 January 1921 as Sport Friends Club, it plays in the highest football category of The Liga Nacional de Fútbol Profesional, La Liga, since the 2016–17 season. Alaves 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 was one of the finalists in the 2001 UEFA Cup Final against Liverpool, being defeated 5–4 by golden goal. In 2017, the club reached the final of the Copa del Rey, losing out 3–1 to Barcelona.