|Date of birth||14 September 1978|
|Place of birth||Skien, Norway|
|Height||1.84 m (6 ft 1⁄2 in)|
1 Senior club appearances and goals
Alexander Aas (born 14 September 1978) is a Norwegian football defender currently playing for Strømsgodset. Aas spent most of his career playing for Odd Grenland, before moving to Denmark for a two-year spell with Odense. In 2007 he was brought back to Norwegian football by Strømsgodset, where he is currently club captain.
Aas has been capped by Norway 8 times, scoring 1 goal.
Alexander Aas came to Odd Grenland from Grane as a junior player. He got called up to the main squad in 1996 and made his debut against Hamarkameratene. He played 3 games during his first season with Odd Grenland (2 league and 1 cup match). At the end of August 1996 he broke his ankle during a training session.
In April 1997 he broke his leg.
In 1998 he had his breakthrough in Odd Grenland and played all 26 league matches and scored 2 goals and helped Odd Grenland secure a spot in Tippeligaen 1999. He also got a spot on the Norway national under-21 football team. 
Alexander won the 2000 Norwegian Football Cup Final with Odd Grenland. The teams first cup championship in 39 years.
On September 20, 2001 he was in the starting line-up for Odd Grenland when they played their first match in the UEFA Cup against Helsingborg. The match ended 2-2 on Odd stadion and they played 1-1 in Helsingborg. Odd Grenland lost on away goals. 
In January 2005 he signed a two year contract with Odense.
In the summer of 2006, Alexander signed a two year extension.
In December 2006, Odense BK sold Alexander Aas to Strømsgodset IF. 
Norwegian Football Cup: 2000
Danish cup: 2007