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The club currently competes in the Liga 2, the second division of Peruvian football. Alianza's home stadium is the Estadio Alejandro Villanueva , named after Alejandro Villanueva , one of the most important players the club had in their history.
The stadium is also popularly known as Matute , name of the neighbourhood in which it is located. Alianza enjoyed success throughout the first decades of their professional era.
In , tragedy struck Alianza when the entire squad and coaching staff died in an airplane crash as the team was returning from an away fixture.
Alianza Lima has had a huge, long-standing rivalry with Universitario de Deportes , another popular team of Lima. The club has a women's volleyball team that participates in the Liga Nacional Superior de Voleibol.
The stud was located in downtown Lima. The club is one of the oldest professional football teams in Peru. It was founded on 15 February , as Sport Alianza, named for the stable that hosted its first games.
It is the only surviving founding member of the Peruvian Football League, created as an amateur level league in The club's first kit was green and white, honoring founding member Eduardo Pedreschi 's Italian heritage.
Beginning in that first season, the colors of the Alianza stables, blue, white and black were used, and by the s the classic vertically-striped jersey had become the definitive kit.
The club changed its name to Alianza Lima in The League turned professional in Alianza participated in the amateur era of the Peruvian football league from that inaugural season, winning its first title in During its first years, it played irregularly against other teams from Lima and the port of Callao.
Sport Alianza had started to become a popular team drawing large support and this was the first derby or "clasico".
The Alianza Stud changed owners and locations continuously and, consequently, the team was forced to relocate in turn, until , when under the new name Alianza Lima, the club settled at the third block of the Manco Capac avenue in the La Victoria District , where it would stay and become the emotional home-base for club and fans alike.
This club which would later be renamed Universitario de Deportes and become Alianza's greatest rivals, in what is today the most important Peruvian derby.
The s brought great joy and frustration to the team. In , , and , Alianza Lima won four championships in a row, for the first and so far only time in Peruvian football.
The championship was awarded to the club's biggest rival, Universitario. The memory of the four-in-a-row was tainted by the club's relegation in , but after one season in the Lima Provincial League, one of the de facto second division leagues, the team returned to the First Division and stayed there until their second relegation in During the s, and start of the professional era in the s, s and s, Alianza would win 10 championships.
The club won two Peruvian titles in a row in and , when its players formed the majority of the Peru national football team. The team had its greatest success at the international level in the and Copa Libertadores , in which managed to reach the semi-finals but lost to Deportivo Cali 1—4.
In the preliminary phase of the Copa Libertadores Alianza Lima came into the tournament as Peru's 3rd place having to face Mexico's Jaguares de Chiapas in a back to back home and away matches for a pass to the Cup's group stage but would lose both games 2—0 and lost a chance to participate.
Arriba Alianza. The s were probably the most bitter years in the club's history. During the first years of the decade, despite having very good players, Alianza could not obtain titles, some which were snatched by Sporting Cristal , which was establishing itself as one of the three big football clubs of Peru.
In , Alianza Lima was first in the standings with a few matches left, and it looked like a new title would be obtained, but tragedy got in the way.
On 7 December of that year, Alianza made a trip to Pucallpa to play against Deportivo Pucallpa for the league. The match was won 2—0, with Carlos Bustamante scoring.
The team took a charter flight for the trip back. Dubois 21 years old 6 0. Ganoza 21 years old 4 0.
Aivar 32 years old 7 0. Canela 22 years old 6 0. Coronado 19 years old 0 0. Correa 25 years old 6 0. Lugo 22 years old 7 0.
Quijano 21 years old 6 1. Reyes 31 years old 3 1. Saffadi 23 years old 7 2. Patriotas 1 2. Santa Fe 3 1.
Bucaramanga 2 0. Alianza Petrolera 0 4. Rionegro Aguilas 2 2. Chico FC 1 1. Envigado 3 0. Once Caldas 0 2. La Equidad 1 2. Cucuta 2 3.
CD Jaguares 0 1. Deportes Quindio 1 0. Deportivo Pereira 1 1. Real Santander 1. Deportivo Pasto 1. Alianza Petrolera 2. Millonarios 2. Cucuta 0. Tolima 3.
Deportivo Pereira 0. Independiente Medellin 2. Santa Fe 0. America de Cali 0. Wikimedia Commons. Nation Player 3.
Narciso Orellana. Oswaldo Blanco. Felipe Ponce. Juan Carlos Portillo. Nation Player Henry Romero captain.
Marvin Monterrosa. Nation Player —. Boris Morales at Chalatenango for the Clausura. Edgar Henriquez. Juan Carlos Serrano.
Felix Zambia. Pablo Quironga. Edwin Abarca. Adolfo Salume. Montoya 18 years old 11 0. Caro 21 years old 5 0.
Aguilar 17 years old 18 2. Ascues 28 years old 24 4. Escate 18 years old 2 0. Ferreyra 21 years old 10 0.