Following Israeli independence, Hapoel joined the new Israeli League. They won the title in 1956–57 and the State Cup in 1961, beating Hapoel Petah Tikva 2–1.

Since 1995 the club competes in European club competitions, and has the highest rank among all Israeli clubs, with some outstanding achievements, such as wins against Chelsea, Milan, Hamburg, Paris Saint-Germain, Benfica, Rangers, and Celtic. It is also one of the only 3 Israeli teams to have been qualified to the UEFA Champions League group stage.

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Hapoel main fans' gate is gate 5, where Ultras Hapoel leads the chirring, and away crowds sit oppositely, on Gate 11.

Maccabi Tel Aviv is the only Israeli football team that have never been relegated from the Israeli Premier League and one of three only Israeli teams ever to make it to the UEFA Champions League group stage. The club is named after the Maccabees.

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The club was established in 1982. The team won the league championship in 2002. In addition to this, the team won five state cap's. (2002, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2010).

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In the 2011-12 season the club finally Achieved promotion to the First Division, following a playoff win over Maccabi Beér Yaacov, thefore returning to the top tier after six years, and being the first fan-owned club in Israel to participate in a top tier league.

Hapoel two bitters rivals are Maccabi Tel Aviv, whose game against them consist of the Tel Aviv derby, and Beitar Jerusalem, which is considered the team of the Israeli right wing- both Revisionist and Kahanist.

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This season was also finished with a perfect record, 22-0, and the team qualified to the 3rd division. On Thursday, April 30, 2009, the team won the Israeli 4th and 3rd Division Union Cup, winning over Hapoel Keffar-Sabba in the final game.

On 6 March 2012, the Youth Division Complex was officially re-dedicated in the name of the late Avi Cohen.

Ever since 2015, Sammy Ofer Stadium in Haifa is being used as the home stadium of Maccabi Tel Aviv for the UEFA Champions League group stage. It is considered to be a world-class standard stadium. This stadium also hosts matches of the Israel national football team.

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Maccabi Tel Aviv Football Club (Hebrew: מועדון כדורגל מכבי תל אביב‎‎; Moadon Kaduregel Maccabi Tel Aviv) is an Israeli football club and part of the Maccabi Tel Aviv sports club.

ASA Tel Aviv University is women's football club from Tel Aviv. The club is affiliated with the Tel Aviv University and is part of the ASA Tel Aviv Sports Club. The club won 7 local League titles and 3 cups and had participated in the UEFA Women's Champions League.[1]

Bloomfield Stadium in Tel Aviv Yafo is Maccabi Tel Aviv's home ground and seats approximately 14,500 fans. The Stadium has been recently upgraded to allow the spectators to enjoy improved seating and a better game experience.

The HUTA player of the year award is voted for by fans in time for the final home game of the season. Previous winners have been:

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In its 16 seasons in the Israeli women's football league, the club won 7 championships and finished 7 times as runners-up. By winning the league, the club qualified to the UEFA Women's Champions League, first appearing in 2010–11. In six attempts, the club qualified once from the qualifying round, in 2011–12, eventually losing to Torres Calcio Femminile in the Round of 32.

Unbeaten at home all last season, they won their first title since the 1970s, seeing off more established Israeli clubs including Maccabi Tel Aviv and Maccabi Haifa.

Despite the fact that the team has managed to stay in the Israeli first league, it played the 2006–07 season in the second league due to lack of funds. The lack of funds and managerial disorders, as well as a completely new team based on youth players, led to dismay and the team finished last in the second league and was relegated to the third division at the end of that season.

The stadium, located in Jaffa, is an upgraded version of the older stadium called "Basa". The first match at the new Bloomfield was played on 12 December 1962 against FC Twente, the game ending in a 1–1 draw. The stadium is currently shared with city rivals Maccabi (who moved to the ground in 2000) and Bnei Yehuda (since 2004).

Maccabi has one main fan organization, "Maccabi Fanatics" . they are located in Gate 11. Maccabi Fanatics as an organization involves in many ways. Maccabi Fanatics are close friends with VAK410 (Ajax ultras) since the 2000s.

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As of July 20, 2016[22] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Another survey had been conducted in March 2012 by Yedioth showed that Hapoel is the fourth most popular team among Israeli football fans (nineteen percent). Same survey revealed that thirty-two percent of Tel Aviv residents support the team.[9]

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Backed with an astronomical budget in 5th-tier terms of over 300,000 NIS. The team finished its first season with a perfect record of 22-0 and had qualified to the 4th division. The club also managed to win another title by taking the Israeli 5th Division Union Cup, also without losing a single game.

The club was among the first to be established in Israel, as the IFA set up the women's league.[2] and one of the only two clubs (along with Hapoel Petah Tikva) which took part in all league seasons.

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Hapoel Tel Aviv B.C. (Hebrew: הפועל תל אביב‎‎) is an Israeli basketball club. The second most successful side in Israeli basketball, the club is owned by Hapoel Tel Aviv Supporters Trust and is currently in Ligat Winner, the first tier.[1]


Brendan Rodgers men will be at home for the first leg on Wednesday 17 August.

Before the beginning of the 2016-17 season, Maccabi hired Shota Arveladze as their new coach and signed several new players such as Viðar Örn Kjartansson from Malmö FF and Yossi Benayoun from Maccabi Haifa. They started the season well, defeating Hapoel Tel Aviv 5-0 on 25 September 2016, with goals from Nosa Igiebor, Tal Ben Haim, and Viðar Örn Kjartansson for their biggest win in the Tel Aviv derby game since 1970.

Maccabi Tel Aviv Football Club (Hebrew: מועדון כדורגל מכבי תל אביב‎‎; Moadon Kaduregel Maccabi Tel Aviv) is an Israeli football club and part of the Maccabi Tel Aviv sports club.

Before the 2009-2010 season started, it was decided that Hapoel Ussishkin would not play in the same district as Hapoel Tel Aviv, which plays in the 3rd division as well, thus avoiding an intriguing match-up. The team qualified to Liga Leumit with a perfect record and won the Israeli 4th and 3rd Division Union Cup, winning over Elitzur Kohav-Yair/Keffar-Sabba in the final game.

Another title was won in 1985–86, and another in 1987–88. However, the following season Hapoel finished bottom of the league (with a four-point deduction for breaking budget rules) and were relegated to the second tier for the first time in their history.

Hapoel Tel Aviv Football Club (Hebrew: הפועל תל-אביב‎‎, Moadon HaKaduregel Hapoel Tel Aviv, nicknamed "The Reds") is an Israeli football club based in Tel Aviv. The club currently competes in the Israeli Premier League and plays its home matches at the Bloomfield Stadium. To date, the club has won thirteen championships and sixteen State Cups. In 1967 Hapoel Tel Aviv became the first club to win the Asian Club Championships.