The following is a list of football clubs in Israel by their league and division as of the 2015–16 season. The Israeli football league system, which is run by the Israel Football Association (IFA), includes five levels which contain a total of 16 divisions, There are a total of 234 member clubs.

Maccabi Ironi Netivot (Hebrew: מכבי עירוני נתיבות‎‎) is an Israeli football club based in Netivot. The club is currently in Liga Bet South B division.

Maccabi Ironi Sderot played their entire history in the lower divisions of Israeli football.

Maccabi Ironi Netivot won Liga Gimel South division in the 2003–04 season and were promoted to Liga Bet, and in the 2006–07 season, they won Liga Bet South B division, and were promoted to Liga Alef.

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The current club was founded after Hapoel Sderot, which in its prime played in the second tier of Israeli football, dissolved in 1992.[4]

The club was founded in 2002, after the previous football club of the city, Hapoel Netivot, which have played in Liga Gimel South division, up until the 2000–01 season,[1] was dissolved, following eight matches suspension due to crowd trouble.[2]

Maccabi Ironi Sderot (Hebrew: מכבי עירוני שדרות‎‎) is an Israeli football club based in Sderot. The club is currently in Liga Bet South B division.

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Maccabi Sulam (Hebrew: מכבי סולם‎‎) is an Arab-Israeli football club based in Sulam. The club currently plays in Liga Bet North B.

A previous club named Maccabi Sderot, which also played in the lower divisions, was in existence between 1966[2] and 1973.[3]

The club was founded in 2011 and registered to play in Liga Gimel, where it was placed in the Jezreel division. The club played in this division for the following two seasons, until it was promoted at the end of the 2012–13 season, after winning a promotion playoff match against Beitar Kafr Kanna.[1][2]

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