Deportivo Alavés
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Deportivo Alavés, a Spanish football club based in Vitoria-Gasteiz, has a rich history dating back to 1921. The club has experienced both highs and lows throughout its existence. Alavés has primarily competed in the lower divisions of Spanish football, with occasional appearances in La Liga. Their most notable achievement came in the 2000-2001 season when they reached the UEFA Cup final, narrowly losing to Liverpool in a thrilling match. The club's home venue is the Mendizorrotza Stadium, which has a capacity of around 20,000 spectators. Alavés is affectionately known as "Babazorros," which translates to "Bean Growers" in English, a nickname that reflects the region's agricultural heritage. Despite their modest resources, Alavés has consistently shown resilience and determination, making them a respected club in Spanish football.

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Location
Spain
Stadium
Estadio de Mendizorroza
Capacity
19,840
Leagues
Spanish La Liga
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Coach
Luis García 
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