Alexander Aas (born 14 September 1978) is a retired Norwegian football defender. 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.
He is known for his long throw-ins.
Alexander Aas came to Odd Grenland from Skiens 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 team's first cup championship in 39 years. In 2000, he had a trial with Southampton.
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.
He went on a 10-day trial with Wolverhampton Wanderers in 2004 and played one game for their reserve team.
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.
Aalexander Aas took over as captain for Strømsgodset IF in 2008 after Øyvind Leonhardsen retired.Norwegian Football Cup: 2000, 2010
Danish cup: 2007