|Full name||AleÅ¡ Chvalovsk×½|
|Date of birth||29 May 1979|
|Place of birth||Czechoslovakia|
|Height||1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)|
|2000-2001||VfB Stuttgart II||13||(0)|
|1999-2000||Czech Republic U-21||13||(0)|
|2000||Czech Republic U-23||1||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.|
Aleš Chvalovský (given birth to 29 Might 1979) is a Czech previous goalkeeper who played a lot more than 150 fits in the Czech Initial League.
Aleš Chvalovský played in his youth for Chmel Blšany, Dukla Prague, SK Rakovník, Slavia Praha, Liverpool F.C., Sea F.C. and once again for Chmel Blšany. He produced his Czech Initial Group debut in the 1998–99 period for Chmel Blšany. Following the 1999–2000 period, he was agreed upon by German aspect VfB Stuttgart but performed limited to the B group. After only half of a year Chvalovský came back in January 2001 to Blšany, where he once again became the first-choice goalkeeper.In 2005, Chvalovský was agreed upon with the Cypriot club Apollon Limassol. During his initial season in Cyprus he previously a great period; his team gained the tournament unbeaten in Cyprus and he was voted participant of the entire year in Cyprus for the 2005–06 period.
Chvalovský may be the son from the president of several many years of the Soccer Association from the Czech Republic František Chvalovský, who likewise performed being a goalkeeper in Blšany.
Chvalovský in 2000 became Euro runner-up using the Czech Republic U-21 country wide football group in Slovakia and in addition played on the 2000 Olympic Video games in Sydney. He was area of the Czech U-21 squad which gained the 2002 UEFA Western european Under-21 Tournament, although he was reserve goalkeeper in the competition.