|Date of birth||November 22, 1971|
|Place of birth||Tel Aviv, Israel|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|1990-1991||Hapoel Tel Aviv||18||(4)|
|1994||Maccabi Tel Aviv||10||(1)|
|2001-2003||Hapoel Kfar Saba||50||(22)|
|2003-2004||Maccabi Ah"i Nazareth||7||(1)|
|2004||Hapoel Be'er Sheva||27||(12)|
|2005||Hapoel Be'er Sheva||18||(4)|
|2005||Maccabi Amishav Petah Tikva|
|2007||Israel (beach soccer)||1||(1)|
|2012||Hapoel Kfar Saba|
|2013-present||Hapoel Petah Tikva|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
His nickname is The Airplane, referring to the movement he used to do after scoring a goal. His son, Adam, is now a student at the London School of Economics, and is equally known for his excellent form in front of goal.
- Mizrahi was the top scorer of the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1993–94 and the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1998–99.
- As of August, 2004, Alon Mizrahi scored 207 goals in the Israeli premier division. Mizrahi broke the scoring record of the Israeli legendary striker Oded Machnes and became the greatest goal-scorer in Israeli history.
- Mizrahi has maintained an impressive strike rate, of a goal in every two games, throughout his career.
- Mizrahi won four time the "Goal King" title, awarded to the player who scores the most in the premier league season. He won the title twice with Bnei-Yeuda and twice with Maccabi Haifa.
- Mizrahi won 2 championships (1 with Bnei-Yehuda, 1 with Maccabi Haifa), 2 cups (with Maccabi Haifa) and participated twice in the Cup Winners' Cup (with Maccabi Haifa), Peace Cup (with Beitar Jerusalem).
- Mizrahi scored 28 goals in 1993-1994 for Maccabi Haifa. This is an Israeli record (shared) of goals per season.
- Mizrahi has played 37 matches for the Israeli national soccer team and scored 16 goals.
- Mizrahi scored 15 goals in European club competitions.
Mizrahi's quoted statements in the press and his overexertion of clichés have made him a subject for mockery, as it led him to become somewhat of a symbol for stupidity in the eyes of many.
Some selected quotes:
- "Ie field"
- "I want to play for a team in either Europe or Spain"
- "Every two games I have an average of one goal per game"
- "A.S. Roma has an excellent chance to win the Champions League, if they will keep up the current shape of last season"
- "The game was played smart. There was even a strategy!"
- "To stay in the league we need to defeat all the teams, and especially the ones we are going to play against."
- "I'm not hanging my boots, I'm just retiring."
- "It amazes me that all the teams in the last 16 are European." (about Euro 2004)
- "I have nothing to prove and I proved it today on the field."
- "We have to give the minimal maximum."
As a result, Mizrahi was the main "star" in a series of books titled "HuTsa Me'HeKshero" (Hebrew: הוצא מהקשרו, Taken Out of Context), which are collections of such quotes from Israeli sports. The books have become icons of Israeli sports pop culture, further cementing Mizrahi's status of mockery.
Mizrahi is aware that he is joked about because of the things he says, remarking:
- "In the aftermath, people will remember how much I scored, and not what I have said."
The mockery concerning Mizrahi's quotes is similar to the mockery and book concerning Francesco Totti in Italy.
|1.||24 March 1993||Kiryat Eliezer Stadium, Haifa, Israel||Russia||1–2||2–2||friendly|
|2.||24 March 1993||Kiryat Eliezer Stadium, Haifa, Israel||Russia||2–2||2–2||friendly|
|3.||5 August 1997||Dynama Stadium, Minsk, Belarus||Belarus||3–1||3–1||friendly|
|4.||19 February 1998||Ramat Gan Stadium, Ramat Gan, Israel||Turkey||3–0||4–0||friendly|
|5.||19 February 1998||Ramat Gan Stadium, Ramat Gan, Israel||Turkey||4–0||4–0||friendly|
|6.||18 March 1998||Stadionul Steaua, Bucharest, Romania||Romania||1–0||1–0||friendly|
|7.||17 May 1998||Skonto Stadium, Riga, Latvia||Latvia||5–1||5-1||friendly|
|8.||10 October 1998||Stadio Olimpico, Serravalle, San Marino||San Marino||3–0||5–0||UEFA EURO 2000 Qualifying|
|9.||18 January 1999||Ramat Gan Stadium, Ramat Gan, Israel||Estonia||5–0||7–0||friendly|
|10.||23 March 1999||Ramat Gan Stadium, Ramat Gan, Israel||Cyprus||2–0||3–0||UEFA EURO 2000 Qualifying|
|11.||23 March 1999||Ramat Gan Stadium, Ramat Gan, Israel||Cyprus||3–0||3–0||UEFA EURO 2000 Qualifying|
|12.||6 June 1999||Ramat Gan Stadium, Ramat Gan, Israel||Austria||4–0||5–0||UEFA EURO 2000 Qualifying|
|13.||8 September 1999||Ramat Gan Stadium, Ramat Gan, Israel||San Marino||2–0||8–0||UEFA EURO 2000 Qualifying|
|14.||17 January 2001||Municipal Stadium, Beit She'an, Israel||Uzbekistan||2–0||2–0||friendly|
|15.||24 April 2001||Mikheil Meskhi Stadium, Tbilisi, Georgia||Georgia||0–1||3–2||friendly|
|16.||24 April 2001||Mikheil Meskhi Stadium, Tbilisi, Georgia||Georgia||3–2||3–2||friendly|
- http://www.rsssf.com/ec/ec2tops.html Cup Winners Cup Topscorers
- Ynet Report: (Hebrew) http://www.ynet.co.il/articles/1,7340,L-105769,FF.html Alon Mizrahi is mentioned as a scorer of 2 goals.
- Beitar Jerusalem's Report: (Hebrew) http://www.beitar-jerusalem.org.il/news/news0900.htm#i7 Alon Mizrahi is mentioned as a scorer of 2 goals.
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