|Full name||Alicia Fuentes Molina|
|Date of birth||27 May 1978|
|Place of birth||Totalán, Spain|
|Height||1.63 m (5 ft 4 in)|
|Playing position||Defender, Midfielder, Striker|
|2012–2014||Levante Las Planas|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Alicia Fuentes Molina (born 27 May 1978), commonly known as Ali, is a Spanish footballer who plays mainly as a midfielder for Sevilla. She was at her peak between 1997 and 2003, when she won three Spanish leagues and four Spanish cups and she was a member of the Spanish national team, taking part in the 1997 European Championship.
Born in Totalán, Málaga, Fuentes' first team was Atlético Málaga, the main women's club in the province. With Atlético she won both the national championship and the national cup in 1998. In 2000, she signed for Levante UD, taking part in their golden age. In her three seasons there she won two leagues and three cups, and she played the first edition of the UEFA Women's Cup.
In 2003, she returned to Andalusia to play for Estudiantes Huelva. One year later she left Estudiantes for newly promoted Sevilla FC, which was the championship's runner-up in 2006. In 2007, she left Sevilla for Apolo Properties, a second tier team with an ambitious project. However, it wasn't promoted and for the next season Fuentes returned to the top league in newly promoted FC Barcelona.
Fuentes started to play for the Spain in 1997, just in time to be called up for the 1997 European Championship, Spain's first appearance in a final tournament. She played three of Spain's four games, always entering in the second half. She remained in the national team for five more years, making her last appearances in the 2003 World Cup qualifiers, while she played for Levante UD.
- Rosa Castillo retires. Marca
- Group 7: Home confort for Arsenal. UEFA
- Estudiantes: Three signings at once. Recre.org
- Sevilla, close to win the league. El Sur
- Apolo wants to take the leap. La Verdad
- 2008-09 squad in Barcelona's website
- Pamela, Alicia and Isa presented the Women's Tournament trophies. Málaga CF
- Spain begins the World Cup qualification in Gavà. El Mundo Deportivo
- Line-ups of Spain's first match in the competition vs. France in Footofeminin.fr
- The girls that made history (II): Spain's debut in a European Championship. Furia Roja
- Statistics Archived 2013-02-22 at the Wayback Machine. in FIFA's website