An Israeli football club established in 1923 and one of Israel’s oldest leading football clubs. Since its formation the club has won thirteen championships (eight of them after the establishment of the State of Israel), and sixteen state cups (ten of them after the establishment of the State of Israel), and it is the only Israeli club to win the state cup three times in a row – once before the establishment of the State of Israel (1937-1939) and once after (2010-2012). The club won the Double four times (in 1934, 1938, 2000 and 2010). In addition, the club won the TOTO cup one time (in 2002).
On the international level, the club won the Asia Club Championship (1967). In addition, the club qualified for the UEFA Cup Quarter Finalists (the 2001/2002 season), one of the most outstanding achievements of any Israeli club in a European cup. Hapoel Tel-Aviv is the only Israeli club that came first in the UEFA Europa League’s group stage (in the 2009/2010 season). In the 2010/2011 season, for the first time in the club’s history, it qualified for the group stage of the Championship League.
An Israeli football club, one of Israel’s oldest and most successful football clubs, and which plays in the Premier League. The club was founded in 1906, and since 2009 it has been owned by the Jewish-Canadian billionaire Mitch Goldhar. Maccabi Tel-Aviv F.C. is the most decorated club in Israel. The club leads the table of clubs that won the league championship with 22 championships, and leads the table of clubs that won the state cup with 23 cups, 7 of which were in championship seasons (double), and 1 which was in a championship season and win of the TOTO cup (treble). In addition, the club leads the table of winners of the TOTO cup for the Premier League, together with Maccabi Haifa and Hapoel Petah Tikva, with 4 wins. Maccabi Tel-Aviv also won the Asia Club Championship twice and is the only Israeli club that played in the first league in all of its seasons and that was never relegated.
A football club founded in 1935 in southern Tel-Aviv, located in the Hatikva neighborhood.
During the years Bnei Yehuda achieve impressive results, alongside low moments as relegation league, the group recorded also highlights including two wins in the National Cup first (in 1968 and one in 1981), two Toto Cups (1992 and 1997) and won the championship and only the group’s history in 1990.
On May 2015 the team returned to the League after one season on the national league.