|Leagues||Nemzeti Bajnokság I/A, Eurocup|
Alba Regia Építők
Bericap Alba Fehérvár
|Team colors||Blue and white
|Head coach||Carlos Frade|
|Championships||4 Hungarian Championships
3 Hungarian Cups
1 Central European Basketball League
Alba Fehérvár is a Hungarian professional basketball club based in Székesfehérvár, that currently compete Nemzeti Bajnokság I, the premier division of basketball in Hungary. Founded as the successcor of Székesfehérvári MDSE, they took the Hungarian championship title four times and won the Hungarian cup on three occasions. In addition, Albacomp also were crowned as the Central European Basketball League champions in 2009.
- Hungarian Championship (4):
- 1998, 1999, 2000, 2013
- Hungarian Cup (3):
- 1999, 2000, 2013
- Central European Basketball League (1):
- 9 - Dávid Kornél, PF, 1996-2000. The one and only hungarian player who plays in the NBA for the Chicago Bulls, Toronto Raptors, Cleveland Cavaliers and Washington Wizards.
Alba Fehérvár roster
|Pos.||Starting 5||Bench 1||Bench 2||Bench 3|
|C||Somogyi Gergely||Timkó Norbert|
|PF||Juhos Levente||Tóth Norbert|
|SF||Maurice Kemp||Anthony Olah||Blaskovits László|
|SG||Ramone Moore||Zoltán Supola||Madár András||Koncz Péter|
|PG||Szanati Mátyás||Braydon Hobbs||Péter Tóth||Aleksa Brbaklic|
Transfers summer 2013
- Maurice Kemp from East Carolina University, NCAA
- Mátyás Szanati from Falco KC Szombathely, National Championship Hungary
- Braydon Hobbs from Mackay Meteors, Queensland Basketball League, (Australia)
- Anthony Olah from Gold Coast Rollers, Queensland Basketball League, (Australia)
- Ramone Moore from Hapoel Tel Aviv, Israeli Basketball Super League
- Péter Tóth from Győr-Szol SZESE, National Championship Hungary II.
- Gergely Somogyi from CB Coruña, LEB Plata
- Norbert Tóth from PVSK-Pannonpower, National Championship Hungary
- László Blaskovits from Falco KC Szombathely, National Championship Hungary
- Aleksa Brbaklic from KK Spartak Subotica, Basketball League of Serbia B
- Norbert Timkó from MKB Euroleasing Vasas, National Championship Hungary II.
- András Madár from Budafok, National Championship Hungary II.
- Carlos Frade from Cáceres Ciudad del Baloncesto, LEB Oro
- Raúl Rodríguez[disambiguation needed] from CB Gran Canaria, ACB
- Kevin Smith to Richmond Spiders (coach), NCAA
- Keller Ákos to Szolnoki Olaj KK, National Championship Hungary
- Lekli József to Zalakerámia-ZTE KK, National Championship Hungary
- Bódi Ferenc to MTK-Törökbálint, National Championship Hungary II.
- Ronald Moore to Cherkasy Monkeys, Ukrainian Basketball SuperLeague
- Szabó Zsolt to Atomerőmű SE, National Championship Hungary
- Somogyfoki Szabolcs to PVSK-Pannonpower, National Championship Hungary
- Brandon Wood to Enegan Firenze, Legadue Basket (Italy)
- Jarrod Jones to Atomerőmű SE, National Championship Hungary
- Damian Hollis to Angelico Biella, Legadue Basket (Italy)
- Branislav Dzunić to Atomerőmű SE, National Championship Hungary
- Matus Gábor to Sporting director (Alba Fehérvár)
- Played at least one season for the club.
- Set a club record or won an individual award while at the club.
- Played at least one official international match for their national team at any time.
- To perform very successfully during period in the club or at later/previous stages of his career.