Campo de Fútbol de Mendizorroza or Estadio Mendizorroza is the home ground of Segunda División staple Deportivo Alavés. Opened way back in 1924, the 19,840 capacity ground is located in the Vitoria-Gasteiz city within the Basque Country.
Alavés Stadium Guide
|Address:||Cervantes Ibilbidea, 20, Gasteiz, Araba, 01007|
|Pitch Size:||105m x 68m|
Estadio de Mendizorroza History
The first iteration of Estadio de Mendizorrotza dates back to 1924 when it was first opened on 27th April, however the most recent version was built during the 1998/1999 season after Deportivo Alavés were promoted to the top flight of Spanish Football after an extended absence of 42 years.
Constructed on a site within Paseo Cervantes, the surrounding area has since been turned into a wider sports complex which contains municipally owned facilities such as swimming pool and basketball courts.
Redesigned as a fully-covered, single-tiered bowl which is capable of seating 19,480 supporters, the roof incorporates a scoreboard into it which is very much reminiscent of Tottenham’s White Hart Lane.
The highest level of football played at Estadio de Mendizorrotza undoubtedly came during the 2000/2001 season when Alavés played Liverpool FC at Dortmund’s Westfalenstadion in the 2001 UEFA Cup Final.
En-route to the final Mendizorrotza hosted a diverse range of European clubs including the likes of Gaziantepspor, Kaiserslautern, the Madrid based Rayo Vallecano and the Norwegian duo of Lillestrøm and Rosenberg. The highest attendance of 17,307 which was recorded during the thrilling 3-3 draw against Internazionale in the first leg of the fourth round.
|Full Name:||Deportivo Alavés|
|Rivals:||Real Sociedad, CA Osasuna, SD Eibar, Athletic Bilbao|
|Team Colours:||Blue and White|
|Club Mascot:||Babazorro The Fox|
|Nicknames:||Babazorros, El Glorioso|
|Training Ground:||Betoño Sports Complex|
|Famous Players:||Abelardo Fernández, Mauricio Pellegrino, Manu García, John Guidetti, Édgar Méndez|
|Famous Managers:||Abelardo Fernández, Mauricio Pellegrino, Pablo Machín|
|Team Owner:||Saski Baskonia & José Antonio Querejeta|
|Team Goalscorer:||Borja Viguera (46)|
|Most Appearances:||Manu García (308)|
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Frequently Asked Questions
Who plays at Estadio de Mendizorroza?
Spanish side Alavés play their home matches at Estadio de Mendizorroza.
What is the capacity of Estadio de Mendizorroza?
As of 2023 Estadio de Mendizorroza has an official seating capacity of 19,840 for Football matches.
When was Estadio de Mendizorroza opened?
Estadio de Mendizorroza officially opened in 1924 and is home to Alavés
What is the postcode for Estadio de Mendizorroza?
The postcode for Estadio de Mendizorroza is 01007 .
Are there any Covid restrictions at the stadium?
Covid Restrictions may be in place when you visit Estadio de Mendizorroza in 2023. Please visit the official website of Alavés for full information on changes due to the Coronavirus.