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Maccabi Haifa salvaged a small amount of pride maccabi haifa their unsuccessful Europa League Group L campaign as they claimed their first win in the dead-rubber match against Shakhter Karagandy.

Shoval Gozlan's second-half header and Shimon Abuhatzira's strike denied Shakhter their first Europa League away win while claiming their only success of the group stages, which saw AZ Alkmaar and PAOK Salonika progress to the round of 32.

Roger Canas opened the scoring from the penalty spot for Shakhter in the 43rd minute after Ran Abukarat fouled Gevorg Ghazaryan but it was not enough as Haifa came through to win 2-1.

However, goals from Gozlan and Abuhatzira in the 73rd and 81st minutes left the Kazakhstan Premier League side winless in the competition.

Haifa went close before Canas's goal when Gozlan forced Stas Pokatilov to tip the ball over the bar with a testing header from the middle of the area before the goalkeeper was on form to deny Idan Vered's strike from outside the 18-yard box.

Shakhter also had a chance go begging before the half hour mark when Aldin Dzidic forced a brilliant save from Edri, however the visitors finished the first half on a high thanks to Canas's accuracy from the spot.

Maksat Baizhanov's 20-yard maccabi haifa effort was comfortably saved by Edri after the break before the Haifa keeper denied Ghazaryan from a similar distance.

The game was temporarily suspended in the second half due to a floodlight failure before getting back under way, and Shakhter were made to suffer.

Gozlan netted a 76th-minute header to cancel out Canas's maccabi haifa before Abuhatzira scored the winner maccabi haifa minutes later.

• 8Y • PA Sport AZ Alkmaar continued to trade blows with PAOK Salonika in their Europa League Maccabi haifa L battle for top spot as the ran out comfortable 2-0 winners over Maccabi Haifa at the AFAS Stadion.

PAOK had moved on to 11 points after winning away at Shakhter Karagandy earlier on Thursday evening but Gertjan Verbeek's side moved level with the Greek side as they won courtesy of a first-half Nemanja Gudelj strike and a late second from Johann Berg Gudmundsson.

Both AZ and PAOK have now qualified for the knockout phases with their meeting in Greece next month essentially a play-off to find the winners of the group.

The game started slowly with both sides guilty of giving away a plethora of fouls in the early stages, with AZ's Maarten Martens the first player to really test either goalkeeper mid-way through the first half.

Gudelj then forced another save out of Maccabi's Bojan Saranov with a free-kick on the half-hour mark, with the Serbia Under-21 international going one better seven minutes later.

Martens crossed from the right and Gudelj flashed a left-footed effort high in to Saranov's net to put the hosts ahead.

Gudelj came close to doubling AZ's lead before the interval but fired an effort wide of the target.

The visitors started the second half brightly and, after a string of early corners, Ruben Rayo and Shimon Abuhatzira saw shots land wide of Esteban Alvarado's goal.

Shlomi Azulay was the next to come close to a leveller with just over an hour on the clock but he could not test Alvarado when picked out in the box.

That proved to be Maccabi's last chance of note as AZ came back into the game and looked to add to Gudelj's strike.

Nick Viergever and Gudmundsson both came close to making certain of the three points before the latter struck deep in to injury time to give the hosts a well-deserved win.

• 8Y Hen Ezra came the closest to breaking the deadlock in maccabi haifa bad-tempered Europa League Group L match in Israel which saw six players booked.

German referee Felix Zwayer tried to let a game littered with fouls flow but eventually lost his patience in a 0-0 draw between Maccabi Haifa and PAOK.

Ezra had the best effort but his shot from distance hit the post halfway through the second half.

Maccabi's Dino Ndlovu had the first chance but shot wide of goal after two minutes.

A succession of free-kicks followed as both sides tried to control what was turning out to be a committed game.

But in a first half where opportunities were at a premium, the first real action came in the 25th minute when a succession of fouls finally led to Maccabi's Ezra being booked by Zwayer.

Five minutes later his Maccabi team-mate Ran Abukarat was also booked after maccabi haifa foul on PAOK's Sotiris Ninis.

Two minutes later Shoval Gozlan became the third player to be booked for the Israeli team when he was cautioned for a foul on Giorgos Katsikas.

But Katsikas was also booked only a minute later when he fouled Ndlovu.

In first half stoppage time PAOK finally had an effort on target but a shot from Miroslav Stoch was saved by Bojan Saranov in the home side's goal.

Saranov was called into action eight minutes into the second half when he saved a shot from Costin Lazar.

Eyal Meshumar had a shot blocked as Maccabi also failed to break the deadlock.

Maccabi substitute Shimon Abuhazira had a shot but his effort could not beat PAOK keeper Sanz Jacobo who made a save.

The home side's Ezra went closest to opening the scoring when his shot from 25 yards hit the post after 67 minutes.

PAOK became frustrated in the closing minutes as both Dorvalino Lino and Giannis Skondras were cautioned.

• 9Y PAOK Salonika came from two goals down to claim a 3-2 win over Maccabi Haifa to move clear at the top of Europa League Group L.

Goals from Dino Ndlovu and Eyal Golasa put Haifa in the driving seat but a frenetic period at the end of the first half saw the home side level through Miguel Vitor and Sotiris Ninis, while Miroslav Stoch also had two penalties saved by visiting goalkeeper Bojan Saranov.

Dimitris Salpingidis then completed the turnaround as PAOK maintained their unbeaten record and left Haifa still searching for a first win.

PAOK showed a great deal of promise in the early stages and should have gone in front after 11 minutes but for a brilliant stop from Saranov to keep out Stoch's powerful left-footed drive.

Haifa took full advantage three minutes later with Ndlovu grabbing the opening goal, firing maccabi haifa into the bottom right corner.

And they were even further in front in the 23rd minute as Ruben Rayo pumped in a cross which was stabbed home by Golasa.

However, PAOK got themselves back into the match in a bewildering 10-minute spell before half-time.

Miguel Vitor reduced the deficit with a header from Lino's free-kick and minutes later PAOK were awarded a penalty for Edin Cocalic's trip on Stoch.

The Slovakian saw his spot-kick kept out by another incredible save from Saranov, who then further showcased his talent maccabi haifa deny the follow-up from Ninis.

However, Ninis got his revenge from the subsequent corner, heading in the assist from Stefanos Athanasiadis to bring PAOK level.

The hosts were then awarded their second penalty a minute before the interval, Cocalic again the offender this time with a handball.

Stoch once more stepped up to take responsibility but his way was blocked by Saranov as the striker continued to come up maccabi haifa against his nemesis.

But the visiting defence was breached for a third time after 66 minutes, Lino again providing the ball into the area where Salpingidis was waiting to poke in from close range.

This time, Haifa struggled to recover from the blow and they closest they came to equalising was a header from Shlomi Azulay which was punched away by PAOK goalkeeper Jacobo three minutes from time.

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Maccabi Maccabi haifa Urban Haifa Nickname The Greens, The Green Apes Leagues Liga Leumit Balkan League Founded 1954 ; 68 years ago ( 1954) History Maccabi Haifa 1954–1999, 2009–present B.C.

Haifa 2000-2003 B.C. Haifa/Nesher 2003-2005 Maccabi Haifa/Bat Galim 2005-2006 Maccabi Haifa/Carmel 2006-2007 Maccabi Haifa Heat 2007-2009 Arena Romema Arena Capacity 5,000 Location Haifa, Israel Team colours Green, White, President Ilan Beck Head coach Ofer Rahimi Team captain Daniel Maccabi haifa Ownership Ilan Beck Championships 1 Israeli Championships Website mhbasket .co .il Away Active departments of Maccabi Haifa Football (Men's) Football (Women's) Basketball (Men's) Weightlifting Swimming Handball Tennis Volleyball Judo Chess Water polo Maccabi Haifa Basketball Club ( Hebrew: מועדון הכדורסל מכבי חיפה) known for sponsorship reasons as Maccabi Next Urban Haifa ( מכבי נקסט עירוני חיפה‎) is a professional basketball club based in the city of Haifa in Israel.

It is the basketball section of the Maccabi Haifa association. The team plays in the Liga Leumit (the second tier of Israeli basketball) and internationally in the Balkan International Basketball League.

The team currently plays in the Romema Arena, which is home to 5,000 spectators, the club plays in the arena alongside fellow rivals Hapoel Haifa. Maccabi Haifa would win its first ever Premier League title in 2013 season as they would go on and defeat perennial champions Maccabi Tel Aviv in the Premier League final.

Contents • 1 History • 1.1 1950s • 1.2 1960s • 1.3 1970s • 1.4 1980s • 1.5 1990s • 1.6 2000s • 1.7 2010s • 1.8 2020s • 2 Arena • 3 Honours and records • 4 Roster • 4.1 Current roster • 4.2 Depth chart • 4.3 Squad changes for the 2021–22 season • 4.3.1 In • 4.3.2 Out • 4.4 Notable players • 5 Season by season • 6 Maccabi Haifa in European competitions • 6.1 First Qualified • 6.2 Second Qualified and First Win • 6.3 Korać Cup • 6.4 Group stage • 6.5 EuroChallenge • 6.6 EuroCup • 6.7 Balkan League • 7 Matches against NBA teams • 8 Notes • 9 References • 10 External links History [ edit ] 1950s [ edit ] Maccabi Haifa, known as "The Greens," is one of the oldest basketball teams in Israel, and is one of the original eight teams that formed the top division in 1953.

[1] [2] [3] The club would struggle its first years of existence as they would fail to achieve a winning record in its first five seasons in the league and eventually were relegated in 1960.

1960s [ edit ] Maccabi Haifa would make their return to the Premier League in 1961 as they would stay in the Premier League for the majority of the decade, though the club would undergo many ups and downs through the 1960s.

The team would finish the 1967 season with a winning record, their first in club history. 1970s [ edit ] The 1970s would see Maccabi Haifa struggle again in the Premier League. In 1971, the club would reach the Israeli Basketball State Cup finals were they would lose to champions Maccabi Tel Aviv.

Maccabi Haifa would qualify for international competition for the first time in club history in the form of the 1971–72 FIBA European Cup Winners' Cup, the team would be eliminated in the first round by French side Denain Voltaire.

Maccabi haifa Haifa would once again suffer relegation in 1974, however, this would be short lived as the club would return to the Premier League the following season. Maccabi Haifa wouldn’t escape relegation for long, however, as the club would yet again suffer relegation in 1978.

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{INSERTKEYS} [2] [4] 1980s [ edit ] The 1980s would be a much more stable decade for Maccabi Haifa basketball. After a two year absence, the club made their return to the Premier League in 1980, were they would maintain form and stay altogether in the Premier League for the entire decade. Maccabi Haifa would qualify for the Premier League playoffs for the first time in 1984. In 1985, the club would once again reach the finals of the State Cup, before losing once again to Maccabi Tel Aviv.

Maccabi Haifa made their return back to international competition participating in the 1985–86 FIBA European Cup Winners' Cup, the team would defeat Cypriot side ENAD in the first round before falling to Yugoslav side Jugoplastika. Maccabi Haifa would qualify for the 1987–88 FIBA Korać Cup were the club would defeat Cypriot side Achilleas Kaimakli in the first round before being eliminated by French side ASVEL in the second round. Koren Amisha would be named the winner of the 1990 Israeli League Rising Star.

1990s [ edit ] Despite optimism from the 1980s, the 1990s would prove to be a disastrous era for Maccabi Haifa. The team would qualify for the 1992–93 FIBA Korać Cup were they were eliminated in the second round by French side Gravelines. Maccabi Haifa tenure in the Premier League would come to an end in 1993, as the club would end up facing relegation.

Despite this, Gary Alexander would lead the league in total rebounds per game. The misfortunes kept continuing as the club would last three seasons in the National League before being relegated yet again to the third tier.

The club would be able to achieve back-to-back promotions to the National League and the Premier League. The club returned to international competition in the form of the 1999–2000 FIBA Korać Cup were the club would defeat Cypriot side Keravnos Keo in the first round, the club would also top their group in the second round and advance to the playoffs were they would be eliminated by Italian side Pepsi Rimini.

2000s [ edit ] The 2000s would see drastic changes to Maccabi Haifa. In 2000, Haifa mayor Amram Mitzna merged Maccabi Haifa with Hapoel Haifa to form a new club called B.C. Haifa. {/INSERTKEYS}

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{INSERTKEYS} [1] The 2000–01 Premier League season would see the team finish the season in fourth place in the league table, qualifying for the playoffs where they would be defeated in the semifinals by Maccabi Tel Aviv.

B.C. Haifa’s Stanley Brundy lead the league in rebounds per game and Corey Gaines would lead the league in assists per game. B.C. Haifa were able to maintain the same form for the 2001–02 Premier League season as the team would again finish fourth place and would qualify for the playoffs once more.

Once again, B.C. Haifa weren’t able to overpower Maccabi Tel Aviv as they would suffer elimination once more by the perennial champions in the semifinals. {/INSERTKEYS}

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Stanley Brundy and Corey Gaines would yet again lead the league in their respective rebounds and assists per game categories.

Despite having success the past two seasons, the 2002–03 season would be one that B.C. Haifa would struggle as the club would finish with a disappointing eleventh place in the league, failing to qualify for the playoffs.

Corey Gaines would once again become the few bright spots on the team as he would once again lead the league in assists per game. B.C.

Haifa would undergo a name change from B.C. Haifa to B.C. Haifa/Nesher. While having shown previous success a few seasons ago, the club would begin to experience financial difficulties. [4] The 2003–04 season would be a reflection of this as maccabi haifa club would yet again finish eleventh place, failing to make the playoffs and just avoiding relegation.

The financial difficulties would lead the club to a crashing end as the team would finish the 2004–05 season in twelfth place and ultimately relegation to the National League. The club fate would ultimately see them fold and the last rights of the club would be sold to Bnei HaSharon. The overall merger of Maccabi Haifa and Hapoel Haifa would become a failure that caused a drastic impact of the two clubs as they would later reform into different entities.

In an attempt to salvage the club, former officials decided to change the name of the team's previous second team Maccabi Bat Galim to Maccabi Haifa/Bat Galim officially restoring to Maccabi Haifa name that had been dormant for six years, the main goals was to restore the club's glory days.

[5] Maccabi Haifa would have to restart in the third tier, they would achieve promotion back to the National League in 2007. That same year saw Maccabi Haifa being purchased by American businessman Jeffrey Rosen, who invested heavily in the club.

[2] [4] In 2008, Maccabi Haifa were officially promoted back to the Premier League. Doron Perkins Jeffrey Rosen investment of the club would show in the 2008–09 season as the team would finish second place in the league. Doron Perkins would become a key piece to the team's success as he would take the 2009 League MVP and would be selected into the 2009 All-Premier League First Team. Davon Maccabi haifa would also excel well as he would win the 2009 Premier League 6th Man of the Year award.

Maccabi Haifa coach Avi Ashkenazi would win 2009 Premier League Coach of the Year. The team would reach the Premier League finals before falling once more to champions Maccabi Tel Aviv. The team would also reach the finals of the 2009 State Cup would they would fall to winners Hapoel Holon.

Maccabi Haifa would continue their success as the team would finish third place in the 2009–10 regular season. Despite this, Maccabi Haifa would end up getting upset in the quarterfinals against Elitzur Netanya. 2010s [ edit ] The 2010–11 season would see Maccabi Haifa return to international competition in the form of the 2010–11 FIBA EuroChallenge.

Maccabi Haifa would advance out the qualifying round defeating French side Paris-Levallois, they would finish second place in the group in the regular season and qualify for the Round of 16, however, the team would finish third place in their group and fail to make the quarterfinals.

Maccabi Haifa were unable to continue their success the past two seasons as the maccabi haifa would finish the league season with a disappointing ninth place finish. Maccabi Haifa would end up hitting yet another dead end as the team would yet again have another disappointing season as the team would finish the 2011–12 in eleventh place, the team would just narrowly avoid relegation.

The season would help show glimpses of what would be a memorable next season to come. Gal Mekel The 2012–13 Premier League season would become one of the most memorable seasons in Maccabi Haifa history as the team would finish the regular season in second place.

Gal Mekel would become one of the biggest pieces of Maccabi Haifa’s success as he would become the 2012 League MVP and be elected into the 2012 All-Premier League First Team. His teammate, Pat Calathes would also achieve 2012 All-Premier League First Team recommendation as well. The team's success in 2012 would lead to Brad Greenberg winning the 2012 Premier League Coach of the Year.

The team's success would lead them all the way to the Premier League final we’re they would once again meet maccabi haifa Maccabi Tel Aviv. Maccabi Haifa would win their first-ever championship in franchise history defeating Maccabi Tel Aviv. [2] [4] [6] Pat Calathes would become the hero for Maccabi Haifa as he maccabi haifa win the 2012 Premier League Finals Maccabi haifa.

Donta Smith The expectations were high for the defending champions of the Premier League as the Maccabi Haifa would participate in the 2013–14 EuroCup. Maccabi Haifa would finish second place in their group in the regular season, this would allow them to advance to the Round of 32, were they would end up finishing last place in maccabi haifa group and thus elimination from the EuroCup.

Maccabi Haifa would continue their league success as the team would finish third place in the regular season. Maccabi Haifa would once again have a League MVP as Donta Smith would win the maccabi haifa Premier League MVP and 2014 All-Premier League First Team selection.

Brian Randle would become one of the best defensive players in the league as he would win the 2014 Premier League Defensive Player of the Year. The team would once again make the Premier League finals, we’re they meet once more against Maccabi Tel Aviv, the results, however, we’re different as Maccabi Tel Aviv would come out victorious.

Maccabi Haifa’s Dagan Yivzori would end up winning the 2014 Premier League Finals MVP. Maccabi Haifa would continue their string of playoff appearances as the team would finish the 2014-15 season in fifth place. Ike Ofoegbu would be selected in the 2015 All-Premier League First Team. Maccabi Haifa were unable to reach the finals once more as the team would be eliminated in the quarterfinals against Hapoel Eilat.

Maccabi Haifa showed glimpses of their previous success as the team would finish with a third place finish in 2015-16 the regular season.

Gregory Vargas would be one maccabi haifa the biggest focuses of the team as he would win the 2016 Premier League Defensive Player of the Year. Maccabi Haifa would once more see disappointment in the playoffs as they would be once again eliminated in the quarterfinals, this time against eventual league champions Maccabi Rishon LeZion.

John DiBartolomeo The 2016-17 would be considered as a rollercoaster for Maccabi Haifa. The team finished eighth place in the league, qualifying for the maccabi haifa once more. One of the most important players was John DiBartolomeo who became a star in the league as he would win 2017 Premier League MVP and also selected into the 2017 All-Premier League First Team. Gregory Vargas would also once again win the 2017 Premier League Defensive Player of the Year.

Despite being the eighth seed, Maccabi Haifa managed to make it all the way to the Premier League Finals were they would fall to eventual champions Hapoel Jerusalem. Despite everything going well for Maccabi Haifa in the 2010s, the 2017-18 season would signal the maccabi haifa of the team once more. Maccabi Haifa would have a disappointing season and would end up finishing twelfth place in the league.

The team lost the tie-breaker against Maccabi Rishon LeZion and thus were ultimately relegated to the National League for the first time since 2008.

Maccabi Haifa’s stay in the National League would be short-lived as the team would quickly be promoted back to the Premier League the following season. The 2019-20 saw Maccabi Haifa back in the Premier League, the team would return to the playoffs as they would finish sixth place in the league. James Young helped lead the way as he would lead the league in Points per Game for the campaign.

Maccabi Haifa we’re quickly eliminated in the Round of 16 against Maccabi Rishon LeZion. 2020s [ edit ] Maccabi Haifa were unable to achieve success in the 2020-21 season. Maccabi Haifa made their return to international competition by joining the Balkan International Basketball League the team would end up finishing their regular season group in dead last as the team went winless and eliminated from the maccabi haifa.

The Premier League didn’t go any better as the team would finish the season in twelfth place and ultimately relegation back to the National League once more. Arena [ edit ] Gregory Vargas Israeli Basketball Premier League • Champions (1): 2012–2013 • Runner up (3) : 2008-2009, 2013-14, 2016-17 Israeli Basketball State Cup • Runner up (4) : 1970–1971, 1984–1985, 2008-2009, 2012-2013 Israeli National League (Second Division) • Champions (1): 2018-2019 Roster [ edit ] Current roster [ edit ] Note: Flags indicate national team eligibility at FIBA-sanctioned events.

Players may hold other non-FIBA nationality not displayed. Maccabi Next Urban Haifa roster Players Coaches Pos. No. Nat. Name Ht. Wt. Age G 1 Menachem, Amit 1.84 m (6 ft 0 in) 18 – ( 2004-03-14)14 March 2004 SG 2 Lev, Orel 2.00 m (6 ft 7 in) 28 – ( 1993-06-04)4 June 1993 C 4 Basch, Eitan 1.98 m (6 ft 6 in) 18 – ( 2003-06-28)28 June 2003 G 5 Smith, Chris 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in) 88 kg (194 lb) 34 – ( 1987-10-13)13 October 1987 SF 6 Abboud, Monem 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in) 19 – ( 2003-04-23)23 April 2003 G 7 Hayon, Raziel 1.94 m (6 ft 4 in) 85 kg (187 lb) 20 – ( 2001-07-23)23 July 2001 F/C 8 Koperberg, Daniel (C) 2.08 m (6 ft 10 in) 105 kg (231 lb) 24 – ( 1997-12-08)8 December 1997 F 13 Levitch, Jax 2.01 m (6 ft 7 in) 95 kg (209 lb) 25 – ( 1997-01-01)1 January 1997 PF 14 Mitchell, Tony 2.03 m (6 ft 8 in) 30 – ( 1992-04-07)7 April 1992 PG 17 Vaughn, Kwame 1.90 m (6 ft 3 in) 88 kg (194 lb) 31 – ( 1990-05-31)31 May 1990 F 18 Chen, Ilay 1.98 m (6 ft 6 in) 18 – ( 2003-10-12)12 October 2003 CG 21 Gilder, Admon 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in) 26 – ( 1995-11-14)14 November 1995 F 22 Freund, Josh maccabi haifa m (6 ft 7 in) 111 kg (245 lb) 24 – ( 1997-05-14)14 May 1997 PF 24 Putney, Raphiael 2.08 m (6 ft 10 in) 32 – ( 1990-04-21)21 April 1990 F 25 Taylor Jr., Steve 2.06 m (6 ft 9 in) maccabi haifa kg (238 lb) 29 – ( 1993-02-15)15 February 1993 PG 28 Kozahinof, Danel 1.77 m (5 ft 10 in) 82 kg (181 lb) 20 – ( 2001-10-03)3 October 2001 SG 77 Yacoubou, Achraf 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in) 30 – ( 1992-04-05)5 April 1992 Head coach • Ofer Rahimi Assistant coach(es) • Erez Dagan Legend • Roster Updated: March 18, 2022 Depth chart [ edit ] Pos.

Starting 5 Bench 1 Bench 2 Bench 3 C Daniel Koperberg Eitan Basch Ilay Chen PF Josh Freund Jax Levitch Monem Abboud SF Steve Taylor Jr. Orel Lev Erez Foran SG Chris Smith Micah Elan Raziel Hayon PG Kwame Vaughn Daniel Kozahinof Amit Menachem Ofek Gol In [ edit ] Note: Flags indicate national team, as has been defined under FIBA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non- FIBA nationality. No. Position Player 1 F Angel Nunez (from Mets de Guaynabo) 2 SG Orel Lev (from Ironi Kiryat Ata) maccabi haifa G Chris Smith (from Hapoel Acre) 7 G Raziel Hayun (from Hapoel Eilat) 8 C Daniel Koperberg (from Hapoel Tel Aviv) 10 G Maccabi haifa Elan (from Worcester Wolves) 11 G Omer Harel (to Hapoel Gilboa Galil) 13 F Jax Levitch (from Evansville Purple Aces) 17 PG Kwame Vaughn (from CSU Ploiești) 21 G Jonathan Peleg (from Umeå BSKT) 22 F Josh Freund (from Elitzur Eito Ashkelon) 24 F Raphiael Putney (from Reales de La Vega) 25 F Steve Taylor Jr.

(from South East Melbourne Phoenix) 41 F Glen Rice Jr. (from BC Juventus) Out [ edit ] Note: Flags indicate national team, as has been defined under FIBA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non- FIBA nationality. No. Position Player 0 G/F Chris Dowe (to BC Prometey) 1 G Jordan Cohen (to Maccabi Ashdod) 1 PG Kalin Lucas (to Gigantes de Carolina) 1 F Angel Nunez (to Free agent) 2 PG Rom Geffen (to Hapoel Gilboa Galil) 2 G Omer Harel (to Hapoel Afula) 2 G Rigoberto Mendoza (to Cariduros de Fajardo) 2 G/F Le'Bryan Nash (to Sendai 89ers) 4 SF Devyn Marble (to MKS Dąbrowa Górnicza) 5 SG Michael Brisker (to Hapoel Gilboa Galil) 7 C Alex Chubrevich (to Ironi Nahariya) 9 C Roman Sorkin (to Maccabi Tel Aviv) 11 PG Avi Ben-Chimol (to Free agent) 12 Shaked Biala (to Free agent) 14 G Daniel Najar (to Hapoel Ramat Gan Givatayim) 15 SF Donta Smith (to Cangrejeros de Santurce) 17 PG Naor Sharon (to Grindavík) 19 F Maxim Fuxman (to Maccabi Ashdod) 20 F Michael Cobbins (to Germani Basket Brescia) 21 G Jonathan Peleg (to Umeå BSKT) 21 G/F Roman Rubinshteyn (to Maccabi Ashdod) 24 G/F Taylor Braun (to Maccabi Ashdod) 32 G/F Aaron Valdes (to Plateros de Fresnillo) 41 F Davon Jefferson (to Cangrejeros de Santurce) 41 F Glen Rice Jr.

(to Free agent) Notable players [ edit ] Note: Flags indicate national team eligibility at FIBA-sanctioned events. Players may hold other non-FIBA nationality not displayed. Criteria To appear in this section a player must have either: • Set a club record or won an individual award while at the club.

• Played at least one official international match for their national team at any time.

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• Played at least one official NBA match at any time. • Koren Amisha • Netanel Artzi • Assaf Barnea • Avi Ben-Chimol • Moshe Bitter • Oz Blayzer • Michael Brisker • Chaim Buchbinder • Adi Gordon • Roi Huber • Rani Isaac • Elishay Kadir • Ze'ev Kagan • Itzhak Kisilov • Uri Kokia • Ido Kozikaro • Tom Maayan • Benny Marcus • Gal Mekel • Moshe Mizrahi • Gabi Neumark • Shlomo Peled • Gur Porat • Ari Rosenberg • Moran Roth • Itzhak Rubinstein • Doron Shefa • Maccabi haifa Simhon • Tomer Steinhauer • Meir Tapiro • Dagan Yivzori • Yiftach Ziv • Sylven Landesberg • Roman Rubinshteyn • Roman Sorkin • Chanan Colman • Alexey Chubrevich • Daniel Koperberg • Dror Hajaj • David Blatt • Stanley Brundy • Cory Carr • Glenn Consor • John DiBartolomeo • Ryan Lexer • David Mastbaum • Willie Sims • Chris Smith • James Terry • Willy Workman • Mark Dean • Marko Bulić • Rigoberto Mendoza • Pat Calathes • Andrew Kennedy • Orlando Méndez-Valdez • Alex Pérez-Kaufmann • Paul Stoll • Ike Ofoegbu • Trevor Gaskins • Ángel Rodríguez • Mamadou N'Diaye • Petar Arsić • Mlađan Šilobad • Demetrius Alexander • Gary Alexander • Andrew Andrews • Rashid Atkins • Joe Binion • Brandon Bowman • Michael Cobbins • Greg Cook • Keron DeShields • Chris Dowe • Corey Gaines • Will Graves • Steve Hood • Jermaine Jackson • Davon Jefferson • Kalin Lucas • Devyn Marble • Tony Mitchell • Randy Owens • Doron Perkins • Kevinn Pinkney • Carlos Powell • Brian Randle • Jason Rich • Frank Robinson • René Rougeau • Ben Strong • James Thomas • Bernard Thompson • Tyler Wilkerson • James Young • Néstor Colmenares • Gregory Vargas • Donta Smith Season by season [ edit ] Maccabi haifa view the achievement table, click "Show" Season Maccabi haifa State Cup League Cup Europe Head Coach['s] Division Pld W L PF PA PD Pos Playoff 1953/1954 Liga Artzit 14 1 13 517 666 -149 7 DNP DNP Maccabi haifa DNQ Nethanel Sneh 1955 Liga Artzit 22 8 14 1,211 1,280 -69 9 DNP DNP DNP DNQ Mordechai Mamran 1955/1956 Cancelled due to Suez Crisis FR DNP DNQ 1957 Liga Artzit 18 6 12 929 1,057 -128 9 DNP DNP DNP DNQ Zvi Ornstein 1957/1958 Maccabi haifa Artzit 22 9 13 936 1,079 -128 7 DNP R16 DNP DNQ Peter Benedek 1958/59/60 Liga Artzit 22 4 18 1,087 1,412 -325 12 DNP QF DNP DNQ Peter Benedek, Yousef Abu Rashed 1960/1961 Liga Alef 1 DNP FR DNP DNQ 1961/1962 Liga Leumit 22 7 15 1,324 1,581 -257 10 DNP QF DNP DNQ Abraham Tor 1962/1963 Liga Leumit 22 6 16 1,372 1,509 -137 11 DNP R16 [7] DNP DNQ Abraham Tor 1963/1964 Liga Leumit 24 3 21 1,368 1,730 -362 12 DNP R16 DNP DNQ Haim Chanin 1964/1965 Liga Leumit 26 9 17 1,403 1,656 -253 13 DNP FR DNP DNQ Haim Chanin 1965/1966 Liga Leumit 26 13 13 1,572 1,688 -116 6 DNP SR DNP DNQ Maccabi haifa Yakobson 1966/1967 Liga Leumit 26 14 12 1,690 1,683 7 5 [8] DNP DNP [9] DNP DNQ Shmuel Yakobson 1967/1968 Liga Leumit 26 14 12 1,882 1,786 96 5 DNP DNP [10] DNP DNQ Shlomo Duvdavani 1968/1969 Liga Leumit 24 9 15 1,724 1,832 -108 7 DNP R16 [11] DNP DNQ Yousef Abu Rashed 1969/1970 Liga Leumit 22 9 13 1,627 1,844 -217 9 DNP R16 DNP DNQ Haim Chanin, Aryeh Doidsko, Itzhak Rubinstein 1970/1971 Liga Leumit 22 8 14 1,593 1,818 -225 9 DNP Runner up [12] DNP DNQ Itzhak Rubinsteinm, Shmuel Yakobson 1971/1972 Liga Leumit 22 9 13 1,603 1,703 -100 7 DNP SF DNP Winners' Cup FR Abraham Tor, Haim Buchbinder 1972/1973 Liga Leumit 22 5 17 1,601 1,803 -202 12 DNP R16 DNP DNQ Haim Maccabi haifa, Eli Manana 1974 Liga Artzit 1 DNP DNP [13] DNP DNQ 1974/1975 Liga Leumit 26 7 19 1,847 2,231 -384 11 DNP QF DNP DNQ Haim Buchbinder 1975/1976 Liga Leumit 24 8 16 1,762 1,952 -190 9 DNP QF DNP DNQ Shlomo Duvdavani, Haim Buchbinder 1976/1977 Liga Leumit 20 7 13 1,679 1,825 -146 7 DNP R16 DNP DNQ Haim Buchbinder 1977/1978 Liga Leumit 22 2 20 1,588 2,010 -452 12 DNQ R16 DNP DNQ Rahamim Nakash, Shlomo Duvdavani, Rani Isaac 1978/1979 Liga Artzit DNP FR DNP DNQ 1979/1980 Liga Artzit 1 DNP FR DNP DNQ 1980/1981 Liga Leumit 22 7 15 1,879 2,124 -245 10 DNP R16 DNP DNQ Mordechai Lederman 1981/1982 Liga Leumit 22 8 14 1,972 2,020 -48 7 DNQ R16 DNP DNQ Simi Riger, Kalman Rozenberg 1982/1983 Liga Leumit 22 8 14 1,852 1,948 -96 9 DNQ R16 DNP DNQ Kalman Rozenberg, Micha Rab 1983/1984 Liga Leumit 22 10 12 1,788 1,771 17 8 QF QF DNP DNQ Pini Gershon 1984/1985 Liga Leumit 22 13 9 2,086 2,006 80 5 QF Runner up DNP DNQ Pini Gershon 1985/1986 Liga Leumit 20 8 12 1,835 1,887 -52 7 QF QF DNP Winners' Cup SR Fran O'Hanlon 1986/1987 Liga Leumit 22 12 10 1,938 1,953 -15 7 QF SF DNP DNQ Pini Gershon 1987/1988 Liga Leumit 22 11 11 2,046 2,058 -12 7 QF SF DNP Korać Cup SR Yossi Harari, Haim Buchbinder 1988/1989 Liga Leumit 22 10 12 1,968 2,028 -60 7 DNQ QF DNP DNQ Pini Gershon 1989/1990 Liga Leumit 20 9 11 1,749 1,787 -38 7 DNQ QF DNP DNQ Rani Kahana 1990/1991 Liga Leumit 20 9 11 1,781 1,860 -79 7 DNQ R16 DNP DNQ Rani Kahana 1991/1992 Liga Leumit 22 11 11 1,995 maccabi haifa -7 7 DNQ R16 DNP DNQ Yariv Varshitzki, Roni Barshats 1992/1993 Leumit A 26 6 20 2,070 2,386 -316 13 DNQ FR DNP Korać Cup SR Roni Barshats, Ari Rosenberg 1993/1994 Leumit B DNP R16 DNP DNQ 1994/1995 Leumit B DNP R16 DNP DNQ 1995/1996 Leumit B 12 DNQ FR DNP DNQ 1996/1997 Liga Artzit 1 DNP DNP [n 1] DNP DNQ 1997/1998 Leumit B 1 DNP FR DNP DNQ 1998/1999 Leumit A 22 10 12 1,633 1,627 6 7 QF R16 DNP DNQ Avi Ashkenazi 1999/2000 Leumit A 20 6 14 1,481 1,556 -75 9 DNQ QF Maccabi haifa Korać Cup R16 Avi Ashkenazi, Yariv Varshitzki 2000/2001 Ligat HaAl 28 17 11 2,213 2,187 26 4 SF QF DNP DNQ Effi Birnbaum 2001/2002 Ligat HaAl 27 15 12 2,207 2,224 -17 4 SF QF DNP DNQ Effi Birnbaum 2002/2003 Maccabi haifa HaAl 27 10 17 maccabi haifa 2,380 -88 11 DNQ QF DNP DNQ Meir Kaminski, Yariv Varshitzki 2003/2004 Ligat HaAl 22 7 15 1,721 1,823 -10 11 DNQ R16 DNP DNQ Maccabi haifa Bitman, Zvika Horovitz, Ofer Berkovich 2004/2005 Ligat HaAl 28 7 21 2,164 2,416 -252 12 DNQ FR [14] DNP DNQ Erez Bitman, Yariv Varshitzki 2005/2006 [15] Liga Artzit 22 12 10 1,863 1,755 108 6 Maccabi haifa DNP [n 1] DNP DNQ Toby Salilat 2006/2007 Liga Artzit 22 18 4 2,028 1,763 265 1 DNP DNP [n 1] DNP DNQ Toby Salilat 2007/2008 Liga Leumit 26 15 11 2,143 2,046 97 4 Promoted FR DNQ DNQ Avi Ashkenazi 2008/2009 Ligat HaAl 22 14 8 1,734 1,650 84 3 Runners up Runners up DNQ DNQ Avi Ashkenazi 2009/2010 Ligat HaAl 22 14 8 1,758 1,649 84 4 QF R16 3rd DNQ Avi Ashkenazi 2010/2011 Ligat HaAl 27 8 19 2,212 2,303 -91 9 DNQ QF DNQ EuroChallenge Last16 Elad Hasin, Ami Nawi, Mickey Gorka 2011/2012 Ligat HaAl 29 5 19 1,951 2,085 -134 11 DNQ R16 DNQ DNQ Mickey Gorka, Rami Hadar, Offer Rahimi 2012/2013 Ligat HaAl 27 17 10 2,224 2,150 74 2 Champion Runners up SF DNQ Brad Greenberg 2013/2014 Ligat HaAl 28 18 10 2,290 2,167 123 3 Runners up R16 Withdrew EuroCup Last32 Danny Franco 2014/2015 Ligat Maccabi haifa 33 17 16 2,655 2,668 -13 5 QF SF QF Withdrew Rami Hadar 2015/2016 Ligat HaAl 33 19 maccabi haifa 2,565 2,482 83 3 QF QF QF DNQ Rami Hadar 2016/2017 Ligat HaAl 33 16 17 2,716 2,558 128 8 Runners up QF QF Maccabi haifa Offer Rahimi 2017/2018 Ligat HaAl 33 11 22 2,560 2,699 -139 12 DNQ R16 Withdrew Withdrew Offer Rahimi, Nati Cohen, Barak Peleg 2018/2019 Liga Leumit 26 16 10 2,226 2,110 116 4 Promoted R16 [16] Withdrew [17] DNQ Barak Peleg, Daniel Seoane 2019/2020 Ligat HaAl 29 15 14 2,455 2,431 24 6 QF R16 FR DNQ Daniel Seoane 2020/2021 Ligat HaAl 30 7 maccabi haifa 2,478 2,788 -310 12 DNQ QF QF BIBL League FR Daniel Seoane, Amit Ben David 2021/2022 Liga Leumit 28 14 14 2,308 2,326 -18 8 QF DNP SF BIBL League Avi Suker, Offer Rahimi Total 588 809 107,121 111,848 -4,727 First Tier Second Tier Third Tier • FR = First Round maccabi haifa SR = Second Round • R16 = Round of 16 • QF = Quarter-Final • SF = Semi-Final • DNP = Do not play • DNQ = Do not qualify Maccabi Haifa in European competitions [ edit ] First Qualified [ edit ] In the 1971/1972 season, Maccabi Haifa participated for the first time in European competitions when it qualified for the FIBA European Cup Winners' Cup due to having qualified for the Israeli Final cup 1970/1971.

Maccabi was eliminated after the first round, in which it lost to the French side Denain Voltaire. Round Opponent 1st leg 2nd leg Aggregate First round Denain Voltaire 82-109 (H) 76-91 (A) 158–200 Second Qualified and First Win [ edit ] In the 1985/1986 season, it qualified again for the FIBA European Cup Winners' Cup due to having qualified for the Israeli Final cup 1984/1985 in the first round, and defeated ENAD Ayiou Dometiou from Cyprus after winning in both games, in the first leg 125-58 and in the second leg 94–55.

In the second round it lost to Jugoplastika from the Republic of Yugoslavia Round Opponent 1st leg 2nd leg Aggregate First round ENAD Ayiou Dometiou 125-58(A) 94-55 (H) 219-113 Second round Jugoplastika 78-114 (A) 55-94 (H) 164-201 Korać Cup [ edit ] In the 1987/1986 season, it qualified for the first time for the Korać Cup after defeating Achilleas Kaimakli from Cyprus 217–90 in aggregate (96-49 in the first leg, and 121–41 in the second leg).

In the second round it defeated ASVEL Basket in the first leg, but lost in the second and was eliminated. Round Opponent 1st leg 2nd leg Aggregate First round Achilleas Kaimakli 96-49 (A) 121-41 (H) 217-90 Second round ASVEL Basket 103-89 (H) 75-93 (A) 178-182 In the 1992/1993 season, the team once again participated in the Korać Cup, and qualified directly for the second round, and was eliminated by Gravelines-Dunkerque from France after it lost in both legs (86-90 loss at home, and 60–81 away).

Round Opponent 1st leg 2nd leg Aggregate Second round Gravelines-Dunkerque 86-90 (H) 60-81 (A) 146–171 Group stage [ edit ] In the 1999/2000 season it qualified for the first time for the main tournament after beating the Cypriot team Keravnos (draw 67–67 in the first game away, and a 57–66 win away).

Maccabi was a draw for Group C with Pallacanestro Reggiana from Italy and Nikol Fert from Macedonia ( KK Beopetrol from the Republic of Yugoslavia withdrew from the competition). The team finished in first place with three wins against one loss and qualified for the quarterfinals, where they lost to Italian Pepsi Rimini 127–139 in aggregate. Round Opponent 1st leg 2nd leg Aggregate First round Keravnos 67–67 (A) 66-57 (H) 133-124 Group stage Nikol Fert Gostivar 72-45 (H) 92-86 (A) Bipop Carire Reggiana 80-65 (H) 69-70 (A) Quarter Finals Pepsi Rimini 61-81 (A) 66-58 (H) 127-139 EuroChallenge [ edit ] Brandon Bowman In the 2010/2011 season, the team participated in the EuroChallenge Cup (which was the 3rd-tier level men's professional continental club basketball competition in Europe).

It qualified for the main tournament by beating Paris-Levallois Basket in the qualifying round after it lost 63–75 in the first leg in Paris, and in the second leg won 89-66 (152-141 in aggregate). The team was maccabi haifa in Group B with Skyliners Frankfurt from Germany, BK Ventspils from Latvia, and the Ukraine team Khimik Yuzhne.

The team finished in second place with three wins against three losses and qualified for the last 16 stage where the teams was drawn with the Israeli team Barak Netanya, Academic Sofia from Bulgaria, and Spartak Saint Petersburg from Russia, and was eliminated after it finished in third place with two wins and four losses.

Round Opponent 1st leg 2nd leg Aggregate Qualifying Round Paris Levallois 63-75 (A) 89-66 (H) 152-141 Regular season Skyliners Frankfurt 83-78 (A) 54-53 (H) BK Ventspils 80-86 (H) 62-99 (A) Khimik Yuzhne 81-77 (A) 75-82 (H) Last 16 PBC Academic 78-95 (H) 69-87 (A) Barak Netanya 80-73 (A) 74-77 (H) Saint Petersburg 60-101 (A) 86–92 (H) EuroCup [ edit ] Moran Roth After winning a historic championship the previous season and choosing not to participate in the Euroleague qualifiers in the maccabi haifa season, the team participated maccabi haifa the EuroCup in the regular season and was drawn into Group G with the Russian Unicas Kazan, Banvit Bandırma from Turkey, VEF Rīga ( Latvia), MZT Skopje ( Macedonia), and also Kalev/Vremo ( Estonia).

The team finished in second place with six wins against four losses and qualified for the last 32 stage where the teams was drawn with the Montepaschi Siena from Italy, BC Khimki Moscow Region from Russia, and the Czech team ERA Nymburk. The team won twice (including an 86-66 vs Montepaschi Siena, but was eliminated due to its head-to-head record.

Round Opponent 1st leg 2nd leg Aggregate Regular season BC UNICS 67-75 (H) 58-79 (A) KK MZT Skopje 86-83 (A) 79-60 (H) BK VEF Rīga 94-73 (A) 74-72 (H) Banvit Bandırma 72-69 (H) 76-95 (A) BC Kalev/Cramo 68-64 (A) 70-75 (H) Last 32 ČEZ Nymburk 80-75 (H) 53-68 (A) BC Khimki 48-87 (A) 66-86 (H) Montepaschi Siena 86-66 (H) 73-92 (A) Balkan League [ edit ] 12 teams from Israel joined the league, after suspension of the league due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The team was drawn into Norte Group B with Ironi Nahariya and Hapoel Gilboa Galil; it lost against Ironi Nahariya, and was eliminated. Round Opponent 1st leg 2nd leg Aggregate Regular season Ironi Nahariya 80-86 (H) 81-87 (A) Hapoel Gilboa Galil 81-92 (A) 82-86 (H) Matches against NBA teams [ edit ] • ^ maccabi haifa b "U.S. billionaire aims to turn pet team into a powerhouse", Haaretz, maccabi haifa May 2008 • ^ a b c d "An Inside Look at Maccabi Haifa".

Portland Trail Blazers. • ^ "Maccabi Haifa to play against Golden State Warriors on Oct 11!" • ^ a b c d "Maccabi Haifa Bazan". • ^ Basketball / "American billionaire buys Maccabi Haifa", Haaretz, 21 July 2007 • ^ "Maccabi Haifa BC". • ^ Forfeit defeat at Round of 16 • ^ 2 place in the Norte Division • ^ the cup was canceled due Six-Day War • ^ the cup was canceled due to "Lack of time" • ^ Forfeit won at Second Round • ^ Forfeit won at First Round • ^ the cup was canceled due Yom Kippur War • ^ Forfeit defeat at First Round • ^ Maccabi Haifa/Bat Galim • ^ The Israel Basketball Association disqualified all the teams from the Liga Leumit so First Round was canceled • ^ Withdrew from Liga Leumit League Cup due exhibition games in NBA External links [ edit ] • Official website • Barsy Atyrau • Bashkimi Prizren • Blokotehna Gevgelija • Bnei Herzliya • Cuadripol Brașov • Dinamo București • Đuro Đaković • Euroins Cherno More • Feni Industries • Hapoel Be'er Sheva • Hapoel Eilat • Hapoel Haifa • Hapoel Jerusalem • Hapoel Gilboa Galil • Hapoel Tel Aviv • Ironi Ness Ziona • Karpoš Sokoli • Kavala • Kožuv • Lovćen • Maccabi Haifa • Maccabi Rishon eZion • Mega Hypo Leasing • Metalac Valjevo • Mornar Bar • Mureș • Napredak Kruševac • OKK Beograd • Peja • Rabotnički • Radnički 034 Group maccabi haifa Rilski Sportist • SCM Craiova • Spartak Pleven • Steaua București • Sutjeska Nikšić • Swisslion Takovo • Teodo Tivat • Teuta Durrës maccabi haifa Timișoara • Tirana • Torus • Trepça • Ulcinj • Vllaznia • Zrinjski Mostar Seasons Edit links • This page was last edited on 22 April 2022, at 23:21 (UTC).

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Football club Maccabi Haifa Full name Maccabi Haifa Football Club Nickname(s) The Greens, Maccabi haifa Green Apes Short name MHA Founded 1913 ; 109 years ago ( 1913) [1] Ground Sammy Ofer Stadium, Haifa Capacity 30,780 Owner Ya'akov Shahar Chairman Asaf Ben Dov Manager Barak Bakhar League Israeli Premier League 2020–21 Israeli Premier League, maccabi haifa of 14 (champions) Website Club website Third colours Current season Active departments of Maccabi Haifa Football (Men's) Football (Women's) Basketball (Men's) Weightlifting Swimming Handball Tennis Volleyball Judo Chess Water polo Maccabi Haifa Football Club ( Hebrew: מועדון הכדורגל מכבי חיפה, Moadon HaKaduregel Maccabi Haifa) is an Israeli professional football club, based in the city of Haifa, a maccabi haifa of Maccabi Haifa sports club.

The club plays in the Israeli Premier League. Maccabi Haifa home games are played at Sammy Ofer Stadium. The stadium, which is shared with rivals Hapoel Haifa, is the second largest in Israel football, with a capacity of 30,780.

[2] Maccabi Haifa is one of the "Big Four" clubs in Israeli football. The meaning of the name Maccabi – 'there is no one like you among the gods' – also refers to the Star of David in the team's logo. The side has won thirteen league titles, six State Cups and four Maccabi haifa Cups. Maccabi has won the championship and the cup in the same season (referred to as winning the "double") once, and was the first Israeli club to qualify for the group stage of the UEFA Champions League, in the 2002–03 UEFA Champions League season.

Maccabi Haifa holds the joint record with Maccabi Tel Aviv, for the most Champions League group stage qualifications for an Israeli team - 2. In 2020–21, Maccabi won the Premier League, their first championship in a decade. Maccabi Haifa is currently coached by Barak Bakhar, who joined the team after several successful seasons with Hapoel Be'er Sheva. Contents • 1 History • 1.1 Early years • 1.2 The 80s • 1.3 The 90s • 1.4 2000 and Beyond • 2 Sponsorships, fan base and rivalries • 2.1 City rivalry with Hapoel Haifa • 2.2 The rivalry with Maccabi Tel Aviv • 3 Club crest • 4 Grounds • 4.1 Kiryat Eliezer Stadium • 4.2 Sammy Ofer Stadium • 4.3 Kfar Galim Training Facility • 5 Honours • 5.1 Domestic competitions • 5.1.1 League • 5.1.2 Cups • 5.2 European competitions • 5.2.1 Youth • 6 Records and statistics • 7 Players • 7.1 Current squad • 7.2 Other players under contract • 7.3 Retired numbers • 7.4 Out on loan • 7.5 Foreigners 2021–22 • 7.6 Captains • 8 Personnel • 8.1 Current coaching staff • 9 Youth department • 9.1 2021–22 squad • 9.2 Current coaching staff • 10 Notable players and Managers in club history • 10.1 Former players • 10.2 Most appearances • 10.3 Managerial history • 11 See also • 12 References • 13 External links History [ edit ] See also: Maccabi Haifa F.C.

in European football Early years [ edit ] Maccabi Haifa Football Club was established in 1913 in the port city of Haifa in the Mutasarrifate of Jerusalem (present-day Israel). As the local football association wasn't founded in Maccabi haifa Palestine until July 1928, there were maccabi haifa officially organized competitions during the season, and the club played only friendly matches. After a period of inactivity, the club was re-organized in February 1923.

[3] The club playing a handful of matches during the season, including taking part in a cup competition which was called "The Hebrew Cup". Due to its distance, the club was given a bye to the final, [4] which it lost to Maccabi Nes Tziona 0–2. [5] [6] [7] The club was overshadowed maccabi haifa its city rival Hapoel Haifa, but even in its first years adopted a very adventurous and offensive maccabi haifa of play based on technique and short passes.

In 1942, the club reached the Israel State Cup final, but was defeated 12–1 by Beitar Tel Aviv in the final. Maccabi Haifa remained a small, struggling club that maccabi haifa most of its time shifting between Liga Leumit and the lower leagues. In 1962, the team defeated Maccabi Tel Aviv 5–2 in the State Cup final, and won the first title of the club. In 1963 it reached the final again, but lost to Hapoel Haifa 1–0 in the first Haifa derby in State Cup final.

The 80s [ edit ] In the 1980s Maccabi Haifa finally entered the 'Israeli' champions' club, clinching the title thrice (in 1983–84, 1984–85 and 1988–89 seasons). In the 1983–84 season Maccabi Haifa won its first ever championship, under coach Shlomo Sharf and general manager Yochanan Vollach, overcoming Beitar Jerusalem and Hapoel Tel Aviv. The Yerukim (Greens) were known for their "all-around-offense" and flashy technique football style, often resulting in bad defensive formation and resultant losses.

Sharf's team played with 4 strikers, including: Moshe Selecter, Zahi Armeli and Ronny Rosenthal who were positioned at point and midfield and managed to build their defense around the legendary goalkeeper Avi Ran. A year later, Maccabi Haifa won a second championship in a decisive performance.

In 1986 Maccabi lost the championship in a controversial final match against runners-up Hapoel Tel Aviv. The single goal scored in that match by Gili Landau was said to be scored from a passive offside position, which by the rules of the time should have maccabi haifa in a disqualification of the goal and a scoreless draw, guaranteeing MHFC the title. Due to poor TV coverage, the issue has never been resolved.

In 1988, Maccabi Haifa decimated Maccabi Tel Aviv 10–0 to earn its biggest win ever. That game, one of the more famous in Israeli's football lore, wasn't even maccabi haifa. Furthermore, it probably was the beginning of the intense rivalry between the two clubs.

In 1989, under the capable hands of Amazzia Levkovic, the club won another championship. The 90s [ edit ] Reuven Atar, played 10 years in the club. In the 1990's Maccabi Haifa established itself as a dominant club in Israel. It began by winning the Double – League championship and the national cup in the 1990/1 season and continued with the introduction of three talented young players: Eyal Berkovic, Reuven Atar and Tal Banin. In 1992 Maccabi Haifa was purchased by Ya'akov Shahar, who became the owner and president of the club.

Under Shahar's management, Maccabi Haifa enjoyed financial stability and professional working regulations on a par with European football clubs' standards.

Maccabi Haifa's highlight season was 1993–94. After winning the 1993 cup, Maccabi Haifa gave a stunning performance in the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup (CWC), beating Torpedo Moscow 3–1 and Parma 1–0 in the last 16, only to lose on penalties.

During the season in the domestic league (then called Liga Leumit), the team became the first and only in israeli football history to go unbeaten for the entire season, with an overall unbeaten streak of 48 games, thus winning a spectacular championship, and breaking many Israeli records.

The Maccabi Haifa 1993–94 squad including Eyal Berkovic, Reuven Atar, Alon Mizrahi and Serhiy Kandaurov, and is considered one of, if not the best squads in Israeli football history. In 1996 Eyal Berkovic and Haim Revivo, the latter had joined the team the previous season, both left Haifa for European clubs. While the two gained great personal success there, Maccabi Haifa went into a slump.

The team's standards of maintaining the services of the manager for multiple seasons was thrown as the team went through several managers during 4 years. As result, the team failed to win the national championship title, despite securing the National cup in 1998. In 1999, under the guidance of the Czech manager Dušan Uhrin, Maccabi Haifa maccabi haifa French giants Paris Saint-Germain and Austrian club SV Ried to reach the quarter-final of the Cup Winners' Cup.

In the middle of the season, Haifa's excellent striker Alon Mizrahi left for French club Nice resulting in a defeat in the CWC quarter-final and a slump in the club's league performance. The club's winning record continued to falter until the arrival of Avram Grant. 2000 and Beyond [ edit ] Arik Benado, team captain, 2000–2006.

Former Maccabi Tel Aviv Manager Avram Grant was appointed in 2000 as manager of Maccabi Haifa.

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Under Grant's guidance, the team regained its dominating offensive style. Grant, along with a much improved squad, led the club with an almost unstoppable team, winning the championship. At the center of attention were a series of virtuoso performances maccabi haifa Yossi Benayoun, including maccabi haifa some consider to be several of the finest goals in Israeli league history. A spontaneous burst of celebrating fans onto the pitch caused a tragic disaster.

A young fan, Amir Rand, was crushed against the guarding rails and left comatose. A year later, Grant won a second championship, relying on a veteran Israeli defense: Alon Harazi, Arik Benado and Adoram Keise, and on a trio of foreign footballers: Giovanni Rosso (Croatia), Raimondas Žutautas (Lithuania) and the young Nigerian striker Yakubu.

Following the 2nd championship, Avraham Grant left Haifa for the Israeli national team and was replaced by then Israel U-21 manager Itzhak Shum.

In 2002, Haifa made Israeli club history by becoming the first Israeli team to maccabi haifa for the group phase of the UEFA Champions League. In the group phase, the team defeated Olympiacos and Manchester United.

Haifa managed 7 points overall scoring 12 goals, and finished in 3rd place, securing a place in the UEFA Cup. Yaniv Katan, played 15 years in the club and was captain of the team, 2006–14. In the 2003–04 season Maccabi Haifa, led by ex-Maccabi footballer Ronny Levy, won the championship mainly due to the poor showing of the other league teams.

Maccabi Haifa youth club (ages 16–18) won the domestic championship, and an Israel national kids team of Maccabi Haifa players won Fox Kids World Cup for 12-year-olds. History was made during the 2005–06 season. After months of indecision regarding the contract of Ronny Levy, maccabi haifa was renewed and Levy guided the club to 11 straight victories in the first 11 games of the Israeli Premier League season.

This was also the key to Maccabi Haifa taking the league title after building a strong lead. While the club enjoyed great domestic success, it was not as fortunate in European play. Though Haifa was a seeded team for the UEFA Champions League second qualifying round, it drew the strong Swedish club, Malmö FF. Haifa lost 3–2 in Sweden, and drew 2–2 at home. In the 2006–07 maccabi haifa, the club played against Liverpool.

In the 1st game of the 3rd round of the qualifying matches held in England, Haifa's Gustavo Boccoli scored on the 29th minute, an advantage that lasted just 4 minutes. Craig Bellamy evened the score and in front of 40,000 local fans, Haifa stood bravely up to the 88th minute when Mark Gonzales scored the winning goal for the hosts.

Due to the security situation in Israel, the return match was not held in Ramat Gan but in Kyiv, Ukraine, at the Valery Lobanovsky stadium, with 1,700 spectators. The game ended in a 1–1 tie. The last twenty minutes of the game were stressful for Rafa Benitez's players.

Indeed, the giant Peter Crouch gave his team the advantage (54) and an away goal, but Roberto Colautti (63) tied the score and from here on the movement towards the host's goalpost became one-sided. The tie score sent Haifa to compete in the UEFA Cup. In the return match in Bulgaria against Maccabi haifa Lovech, Haifa played well: Xavier Dirceu scored an impressive goal from distance, Alain Masudi and Roberto Colautti left Eljendario Sanderinio one honor goal.

In the group stage, Haifa faced strong opponents: The Scottish Rangers, the Serbian Partizan Belgrade, the French Auxerre and the Italian Serie A team Livorno. In the 88th minute, the Scots succeeded in doubling the score from another penalty kick given away by a Haifa defender.

This time Charlie Adam scored and sealed the victory. Haifa returned home and hosted Partizan Belgrade. An early goal by Anderson Xavier, the Brazilian midfielder, put Haifa in an excellent place maccabi haifa six points. Haifa needed one point in the away game in Italy against Livorno to complete the task successfully. Maccabi haifa this stage Haifa was drawn against CSKA Moscow. The game was moved to the Spartak stadium in Vladikavkaz due to extreme weather in Moscow.

30,000 Russian fans crowded the stadium. Torpedo beat Haifa 1–0 and Lokomotiv maccabi haifa it 3–0. Again Haifa did not score an away goal, but the result (0–0) signaled that Haifa might use its home advantage in the return match. In the 2007–08 season, Maccabi Haifa finished 5th place in the league and was eliminated in the last-16 phase of the State Cup. Ronny Levy announced that he was leaving.

Haifa won the Toto Cup after a maccabi haifa victory over Bnei-Sakhnin. Haifa opened the 2008–09 season with hopes of remaining a top team. At the end of the season, coach Elisha Levy won his first personal title and Haifa made Israeli soccer history, winning six maccabi haifa in one decade. Maccabi Haifa against Bayern Munich in 2009–10 UEFA Champions League group stage.

Maccabi Haifa returned to the Champions League for the 2009–10 season. A 3–0 win over FC Red Bull Salzburg ensured its second win in the span of seven years, with goals by Maccabi haifa, Golasa and Ghadir.

Haifa entered the 2009–10 Champions League group stage in Group A, competing against Bayern Munich, Juventus and Bordeaux. Haifa finished the competition with a record of 6 losses, conceding 8 goals and without scoring. The club subsequently lost the championship title to Hapoel Maccabi haifa Aviv on the last day of the season. In the 2010–11 Israeli Premier League season, Maccabi Haifa has won the Israeli Championship title but lost the chance to achieve the Double by losing to rivals Hapoel Tel Aviv in the State Cup final.

The 2011–12 season was a disappointing one. After winning the League title in the previous season, the team started the season with qualification matches in the UEFA Champions League, but eliminated after a penalty defeat to the Belgian club Genk.

Domestically, it was another disappointment. Maccabi Haifa struggled for the European football spot, and a draw in the last round wasn't enough, as Maccabi finished in a disappointing 5th place. Another failure was at the State Cup as the team lost in the Final to rivals Hapoel Tel Aviv from a controversial 93rd-minute goal. The disappointing season caused owner Ya'akov Shahar to appoint former player and club icon Reuven Atar as the manager for the next season instead of Elisha Levi, who left the club after clinching 2 championship titles in 4 years with the club.

With Reuven Atar on the sidelines, Haifa opened the season with 1 win, 4 draws, and 4 losses and was next to last, the worst start in maccabi haifa history. After the 9th round, Atar was fired and replaced by Arik Benado, the youth team coach and former team captain. Under Benado, Haifa returned to the top of the table and showed good performances during the season. Haifa gave fight to Maccabi Tel Aviv but finished 2nd.

On 25 July 2013, Maccabi Haifa defeated Xazar Lankaran 8–0 in the 2nd qualifying round of UEFA Europa League. thus setting a new record for the largest win by an Israeli club in European competition. On 24 May 2016, Maccabi Haifa defeated Maccabi Tel Aviv 1–0 in the Israel State Cup Final, winning for the 1st time in 18 years and, thus, returning to European competition after 3 years.

On 30 May 2021, after 10 long tough years full of disappointments for the club and its fans, Maccabi Haifa maccabi haifa won the Israeli Premier league championship, defeating Hapoel Be'er Sheva 3-2. Haifa's players Josh Cohen, Neta Lavi and Dolev Haziza won the league MVP titles, awarded by 3 major israeli football organizations. The team's coach, Barak Bakhar, won the "Coach of the year" title Unequivocally. Sponsorships, fan base and rivalries maccabi haifa edit ] Period Kit Manufacturer Shirt Sponsor 1980–82 Adidas Alfa Romeo 1982–84 Umbro Drucker 1984–92 Adidas Volvo 1992–93 Lotto 1993–96 Isracard 1996–98 Nike Volvo 1998–02 Lotto 2002–04 Honda 2004–07 Puma 2007–11 Lotto 2011–18 Nike 2018–present Volvo The club is sponsored by Ya'akov Shahar, chairman of Mayer's Cars and Trucks Ltd., the official importer to Maccabi haifa of Volvo and Honda.

The fan base is mainly in Haifa and northern Israel, although the club is one of the most popular in Israel. Average attendance in the home matches since the move to Sammy Ofer Stadium in 2015 is approximately 24,000 fans, the most in Israel. According to a survey which had been conducted in 2010, Maccabi Haifa has the biggest number of fans of all the teams in Israel, approximately 25.8% of Israeli football fans.

2 On 30 June 2011, a Haaretz poll identified Maccabi Haifa as the most popular football team among Arab citizens of Israel. [8] Another survey had been conducted in March 2012 by Yedioth confirmed that Maccabi Haifa is the most popular team among Israeli football fans (28%), female football fans (33%) and Arab citizens of Israel. Same survey revealed that 75% of Haifa residents support the team.

[9] Historically, the block group encourages fans were home games Kiryat Eliezer Stadium stands 11–12 called also Yetzia Gimel (יציע ג') – C Block – which has become synonymous with the maccabi haifa and dedicated fans. In 2002, The fans established an organization named Green Apes, which supports both soccer and basketball.

Members usually sit in the bleachers section 11. In addition, Maccabi Haifa has an official fan club which was founded in the first decade of the 21st century, and has about 20,000 members.

The club is also supported overseas and is able to keep in touch with supporters overseas via the club website and online store At the 2008–09 Championship season the Maccabi Haifa audiences won the title of Fair Audience of the Year. In 2010, another organization of fans was established for Maccabi Haifa, and named Inferno Verde, whose members sit in the stands section 5a. The organization's goal is not to outdo the Green Apes, but rather to join forces for victories and championships of the team.

Maccabi Haifa supporters have friendly relations with supporters of other clubs: Green Apes are in good relations with AZ Alkmaar's Alkmaar Fanatics and Ultra Boys Haifa are in good relations with Werder Bremen's Ultra Boys Number of surveys made during the first decade of the 21st century found that Maccabi Haifa is Israel's most favorite team.

At the beginning of the 21st century the club website was upgraded, at Walla!. The edits were made by the historian of the club, Isaac Haverman, and include breaking news, articles, information about the club, officials, staff, players and former players, information on past games, galleries, statistics, multi–seasonal Guinness Book of club and depth articles, some of which also include a unique research statistic, work of Haverman.

The site also includes an online forum, online store and club fans. Starting in 2011 Haifa operates an official Facebook page, which includes information, news, pictures, online ticketing- online and update time – real game results. The Facebook page has 83,000 registered fans. In February 2011, the club opened an official YouTube page, which puts up maccabi haifa of players and the coach before and after games. The club has uploaded about 373 movies and has approximately 3200 subscribers, and approximately 550,000 video views (as of May 2014).

City rivalry with Hapoel Haifa [ edit ] For more information see: Haifa derby The rivalry with Maccabi Tel Aviv [ edit ] The strong rivalry between the two Israeli football clubs (sometimes called “the Israeli Classico” and “the derby of Israel”) is about the dominance among the various Maccabi football clubs, as well as in Israeli football in general, and the title of the best football club in Israel.

Maccabi Haifa aspires to oust Maccabi Tel Aviv from this position, which is the club with the largest number of titles in Israel, and to become the leading club in Israel by winning many titles and qualifying for the European Cup stages (Cup Winners' Cup, UEFA Cup). Haifa and Tel Aviv have competed against each other for the championship title, and Haifa beat Maccabi Tel Aviv in a number of games, including a 10–0 win in 1988 - a game seen as a "revenge" for the loss of 2–10 in 1949 (another large defeat, at 0–7, took place in 1952).

Haifa beat Tel Aviv 5–0 in the 1993/1994 season (in which Haifa won the championship without a single defeat, but was eliminated from the State Cup competition three days later following Maccabi Tel Aviv's 1–1 draw at Kiryat Eliezer).

Maccabi Haifa became dominant in the Israeli Premier League in the first decade of the 21st century, as Maccabi Tel Aviv's positions weakened (except for the 2002/2003 season).

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The rivalry between them somewhat cooled at the end of that decade due to the renewed rise of Hapoel Tel Aviv, which competed at the top of the table maccabi haifa this period and won several championship titles. Maccabi haifa rivalry focus thus briefly shifted to Hapoel Tel Aviv. In the 2019-20 season, The rivalry between the two heated up once again, as after almost a decade of Macabbi Tel Aviv success in oppose to Maccabi Haifa failure, the teams competed head-to-head for the championship. It ended with Maccabi Tel Aviv winning that year's campaign.

In the following 2020-21 season, the two teams battled out for the league title once again, this time ending with Maccabi Haifa winning the championship. During the past few years, the two have produced some unforgettable matches, including a dramatic 4-3 win for Maccabi Tel Aviv and an incredible 3-2 win for Maccabi Haifa after a big comeback. Club crest [ edit ] The origin of the club crest is the World Zionist sports organization "Maccabi".

The basis of the crest is the stylized Hebrew word מכבי ("Maccabi") in the shape of the Star of David, symbolizing Judaism. This is in common with most other Maccabi teams in Israel and worldwide, which all use this symbol in one way or another. In most years only this stylized "Maccabi" star with the word חיפה ("Haifa") beneath it was the emblem of the club. Depending on the kit, it was green on white or white on green. With the success of the club at the end of the 1980s, an image of a lion was added next to the symbol, but this figure was removed later.

At the beginning of the 1990s, after the club began competing in the European arena, the crest assumed maccabi haifa modern form - the image of a football inside a circular green band with the words מכבי חיפה מכ ("Maccabi Haifa FC") in Hebrew and English on it, with the original Maccabi symbol at the top right corner. At the end of 2005/2006 season, when the team won its 10th championship, a gold star was added above the symbol.

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At the end of the 2009 season winning its 11th championship, the team played its inaugural game with the traditional symbol of the club as it was in the early '80s. At the end of the 2013 season (on the 100th anniversary of the club's foundation), laurel maccabi haifa were temporarily added around the emblem, symbolizing victory and glory. In addition, a golden plaque was added indicating the year of the establishment of the club and the current year (100th club). After the 2019/20 season, the Israel Football Association administration decided that each championship star on the member clubs' crests should represent 5 championship titles.

Since Maccabi has won 12 championships in total until then, the crest was updated with another championship star. Grounds [ edit ] Kiryat Eliezer Stadium [ edit ] Kiryat Eliezer during maccabi haifa match against Hapoel Haifa F.C.

Maccabi originally played in Kiryat Haim, which is the main training grounds of Hapoel.

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In 1955, a gift from the Italian Labour Union was a football pitch in the heart of the city of Haifa, which would become the new home of Maccabi.

The opening match was a Haifa derby, won by Maccabi 4–1 over Hapoel. Kiryat Eliezer missed out on staging a historic event when Maccabi reached the group stage of the UEFA Champions League. It maccabi haifa the first time an Israeli club had made it that far in the competition, though the lucrative gate receipts expected to have been made by hosting matches in Israel were lost when UEFA forced Maccabi to look for an alternative in Europe but outside of Israel because of security concerns.

The choice was to host the matches at Neo GSP Stadium in Nicosia, Cyprus. After Israel had increased the security and proved stability, MHFC was allowed to play their European matches in the State of Israel.

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Because Kiryat Eliezer was not up to par with UEFA's demands, the team played their European home matches in Central Israel at Bloomfield Stadium (14,413 capacity), as well as Ramat Gan Stadium (41,583 capacity) due to the high demand of Maccabi Haifa fans wanting to attend the matches.

Finally, Maccabi Haifa was allowed to host European maccabi haifa at Kiryat Eliezer Stadium. In 2013, Maccabi Haifa played in the Europa League against PAOK (Greece), AZ Alkmaar (Netherlands), and Shakhter Karagandy (Kazakhstan).

On 14 May 2014, the last match was played in the stadium, in which Maccabi Haifa hosted Maccabi haifa Tel Aviv in the Maccabi haifa Premier League. Sammy Ofer Stadium [ edit ] Further information: Sammy Ofer Stadium Due to the recent success of the club in European competitions, the municipality of Haifa offered the club land by the beach for a brand new stadium at the southern entrance to the city. In the fall of 2008, the final plans were approved.

Sammy Ofer Stadium was completed in November 2013. Constructions costs are estimated $135,000,000.00 with a seating capacity of 30,780. The stadium is named after naval-mogul Sammy Ofer, who donated $20,000,000 to build the stadium and the rights to name it after himself. The Sammy Ofer Stadium is developed and built by the Haifa Economic corporation managed by Adv.

Gal Peleg. It is the home ground of Maccabi Haifa, Hapoel Haifa. It also hosts international matches of Israel national football team along Teddy Stadium. Sammy Ofer Stadium Kfar Galim Training Facility [ edit ] Kfar Galim training facility is a training ground for Maccabi Haifa.

It is located in Kfar Galim village. [10] Honours [ edit ] Domestic competitions [ edit ] League [ edit ] • Israeli Championships • Winners (13): 1983–84, 1984–85, 1988–89, 1990–91, 1993–94, 2000–01, 2001–02, 2003–04, 2004–05, 2005–06, 2008–09, 2010–11, 2020–21 • Runners-up (9): 1985–86, 1994–95, 1995–96, 1999–00, maccabi haifa, 2009–10, 2012–13, 2018–19, 2019–20 • Second Division • Winners (4): 1944–45, [11] 1946–47, 1965–66, 1974–75 Cups [ edit ] • State Cup • Winners (6): 1961–62, 1990–91, 1992–93, 1994–95, 1997–98, 2015–16 • Runners-up (10): 1942, 1962–63, 1970–71, 1984–85, 1986–87, 1988–89, 2001–02, 2008–09, 2010–11, 2011–12 • Toto Cup • Winners (5): 1994, 2002–03, 2005–06, maccabi haifa, 2021-22 • Israeli Supercup • Winners (4): 1962, 1985, 1989, 2021 European competitions [ edit ] • UEFA Champions League • Group stage (2): 2002–03, 2009–10 • UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League • Round of 16 (1): 2006–07 • Maccabi haifa stage (2): 2011–12, 2013–14 • UEFA Cup Winners Cup • Quarter-finals (1): 1998–99 • Round of 16 (1): 1993–94 Youth [ edit ] • UEFA Youth League • Play-offs: 2016–17 • Sukkot Cup • Winners (1): 1958 • Lilian Cup • Winners (1): 1984 • Milk Cup • Winners (1): 2004 • Insel Cup • Winners (1): 2016 Records and statistics [ edit ] • Record home win: 10–0 v Maccabi Tel Aviv (1988) • Record league defeat: 0–9 v Hapoel Petah Tikva (1953) • Record cup defeat: 1–12 v Beitar Tel Aviv, Israel State Cup, Final (1942) • Record home attendance: 39,120 v Juventus (2009) • Most league appearances: 419 Alon Harazi • Most appearances in one season: 66 Adoram Keise • Most league goals: 90 Zahi Armeli • Most league goals in a Season: 28 Alon Mizrahi (Liga Leumit, 1993–94) and Shlomi Arbeitman (2009–10) • Most goals scored in a Match: 6 Aharon Gershgoren v Ironi Kiryat Shmona (1965) • Most league goals in a Season: 97 (1993–94) • Most points in a season: 95 – maccabi haifa games (1993–94) • Most league assists in a maccabi haifa 16 Eyal Berkovic (1993–94) and Yossi Benayoun (1999–00) • Most Games without a loss: 46 (throughout 3 seasons) (1993, 1993–94, 1994) • Most games in a row scoring at least one goal: 39 (1993–94) • Most away games without losing: 30 (1993–94) • Least conceded goals per game: 16 goals in 35 games (average: 0.46), Ligat Ha'Al (2009–10) Players [ edit ] Current squad [ edit ] As to February 3, 2022 [12] No.

Pos. Nation Player 3 DF ISR Sean Goldberg 4 MF NIG Ali Mohamed 5 DF SRB Bogdan Planić 6 MF ISR Neta Lavi ( captain) 7 MF ISR Omer Atzili 8 MF ISR Dolev Haziza 9 FW ISR Ben Sahar 10 MF SUR Tjaronn Chery ( vice-captain) 11 FW GHA Godsway Donyoh 12 DF ISR Sun Menahem 13 FW CGO Mavis Tchibota 14 Maccabi haifa ESP José Rodriguez 15 DF ISR Ofri Arad No.

Pos. Nation Player 16 MF ISR Mohammad Abu Fani 17 DF ISR Taleb Tawatha 21 FW ISR Dean David 23 DF GLP Mickaël Alphonse 24 DF ISR Uri Dahan 25 MF ISR Raz Meir 26 DF ISR Mahmmoud Jaber 33 MF ISR Maor Levi 44 GK USA Josh Cohen 52 GK ISR Itamar Israeli 55 DF ISR Rami Gershon 77 GK ISR Roee Fuchs 90 GK ISR Roi Mashpati Other players under contract [ edit ] As to February 3, 2022 No.

Pos. Nation Player 2 DF AUS Ryan Strain Retired numbers [ edit ] Main article: List of retired numbers in association football Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. No. Pos. Nation Player 20 FW ISR Yaniv Katan (1998–2005, 2006–14) Out on loan [ edit ] No.

Pos. Nation Player — GK ISR Sharif Kayouf (at Hapoel Afula until 30 June 2022) — DF ISR Adar Azruel (at Hapoel Ra'anana until 30 June 2022) — DF GHA David Acquah (at Hapoel Afula until 30 June 2022) — DF ISR Roi Elimelech (at Hapoel Afula until 30 June 2022) — DF ISR Daniel Mor Yosef (at Hapoel Acre until 30 June maccabi haifa — DF ISR Roni Laufer (at Hapoel Afula until 30 June 2022) — DF ISR Tom Skolvin (at Hapoel Nof HaGalil until 30 June 2022) — DF ISR Shay Ben David (at Hapoel Kfar Saba until 30 June 2022) — DF ISR Hanan Biton (at Maccabi Tzur Shalom until 30 June 2022) — MF ISR Maxim Plakuschenko (at Hapoel Hadera until 30 June 2022) — MF ISR Mohammed Gadir (at Hapoel Afula until 30 June 2022) — MF ISR Basam Za'arura (at Hapoel Afula until 30 June 2022) — MF ISR Nehorai Ifrah (at Hapoel Afula until 30 June 2022) No.

Pos. Nation Player — MF GAM Saikou Touray (at Hapoel Haifa until 30 June 2022) — MF ISR Alon Deri (at Hapoel Acre until 30 June 2022) — MF ISR Oded Checkol (at Hapoel Nof HaGalil until 30 June 2022) — MF ISR Ihab Abu Alshech (at Maccabi Netanya until 30 June 2022) — MF ISR Timoti Lior Muzie maccabi haifa Hapoel Nof HaGalil until 30 June 2022) — MF ISR Ibrahim Jawabry (at Shimshon Tel Aviv until 30 June 2022) — FW ISR Stav Nahmani (at Hapoel Nof HaGalil until 30 June 2022) — FW ISR Ilay Hagag (at Hapoel Afula until 30 June 2022) — FW ISR Guy Dahan (at Hapoel Umm al-Fahm until 30 June 2022) — FW ISR Mohammed Awaed (at Maccabi Petah Tikva until 30 June 2022) — FW ISR Gal Katabi (at F.C.

Ashdod until 30 June 2022) — FW PHI Ange Andino (at Hapoel Hezliya until 30 June 2022) Foreigners 2021–22 [ edit ] Only up to six non-Israeli nationals can be in an Israeli club squad (only five can play at the same time).

Those with Jewish ancestry (e.g., Josh Cohen), married to an Israeli ( Mavis Tchibota) or have played in Israel for an extended period of time, can claim a passport or permanent residency which would allow them to play with Israeli status.

[ citation needed] • Godsway Donyoh • Ali Mohamed • Bogdan Planić • José Rodriguez • Tjaronn Chery • Mickaël Alphonse Captains [ edit ] Neta Lavi, has been the captain since 2019. Years Captain 1963–77 Yisha'ayahu Schwager ( DF) 1978–79 Oded Baloush ( MF) 1979 Yaron Persalani ( DF) 1979–82 Menashe Mizrahi ( MF) 1982–83 Elisha Levy ( MF) 1983–85 Baruch Maman ( MF) 1985–86 Avraham Abukarat ( MF) 1991–94 Eitan Aharoni ( DF) 1994–96 Alon Hazan ( MF) 1996–97 Ronny Levy ( MF) 1997–98 Serhiy Kandaurov ( MF) 1998–00 Alon Mizrahi ( FW) 2000–06 Arik Benado ( Maccabi haifa 2006–14 Yaniv Katan ( FW) 2014–16 Yossi Benayoun ( MF) 2016–18 Dekel Keinan ( DF) 2018–19 Rami Maccabi haifa ( DF) 2019– Neta Lavi ( MF) Personnel [ edit ] Current coaching staff [ edit ] Last updated: 22 July 2020 Source: F.C.

Maccabi Haifa Official Website Youth department [ edit ] 2021–22 squad [ edit ] [15] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. No. Pos. Nation Player — GK ISR Liav Michael Zalkind — GK ISR Ori Ben Shushan — GK ISR Tomer Cohen — GK ISR Omer Kabilo — DF ISR Itamar Guri — DF ISR Mohamad Amer — DF ISR Jolian Shalloufy — DF ISR Liad Levi — DF ISR Yonatan Laish — DF ISR Noam Marally — DF ISR Ilay Faingold — MF ISR Eden Otachi — MF ISR Ido Elmishliy No.

Pos. Nation Player — MF ISR Ziv Ben Shimol — MF ISR Tavor Hoter 32 MF ISR Anan Khlaili — MF ISR Liam Hermash — MF GAM Sainey Colley — MF ISR Noor Aladin Otman — FW ISR Shahaf Sapir — FW ISR Binyamin Tzga — FW Maccabi haifa Sahar Shato 35 FW ISR Sapir Razon 34 FW ISR Nevo Shdo — FW ISR Osher Eliyahu Current coaching staff [ edit ] Position Staff Manager Alon Harazi Assistant manager liran Pianto Club Administrator Eren Levin Sport Director Youth Academy Itzik Ovadia Club doctor Dr.

Ami Berber Physicaltherapy Dan Edelsberg Physicaltherapy Leon Gikher Logistics Asher Bohadana Source: 21 September 2021 Israel football association Official Website Notable players and Managers in club history [ edit ] Former players [ edit ] For details on former players, see List of Maccabi Haifa F.C. players and Category:Maccabi Haifa F.C. players. Most appearances [ edit ] Rank Name Period Games Goals 1 Alon Harazi 1990–97 1998-09 495 29 2 Yaniv Katan 1998–2005 2006–2014 440 79 3 Arik Benado 1990–94 1996–2006 2010–11 399 9 4 Avraam Abukarat 1977–93 396 9 5 Nir Davidovich 1994–2013 386 0 6 Eitan Aharoni 1978–89 1990–94 368 7 7 Yisha'ayahu Schwager 1962–76 360 11 8 Aharon Gershgoren 1964–78 334 27 9 Baruch Maman 1974–85 303 45 - Yosi Kramer 1974–85 1988–89 303 Managerial history [ edit ] See also: List of Maccabi Haifa F.C.

managers • Yisrael Schwartz (1946–47) • Taurentauer (1950–52) • Otto Schlefenberg (1952–54) • Eli Fuchs(1954–56) • Andor Kisch (1956–57) • Ariyeh Koch (1957–59) • David Farkash (1959–61) • Alex Forbes (1961–62) • Andor Kisch (1962) • Otto Schlefenberg (1962–63) • Vasili Spasov (1963–65) • Israel Halivner (1965) • Avraham Menchel (1965–69) • Edmond Schmilovich (1969–70) • Jonny Hardy (1970–72) • Avraham Menchel (1972–74) • Ori Weinberg (1974–75) • Shimon Shinar (1975–77) • Moshe Sasson (1977) • Eli Fuchs (1977) • Jonny Hardy (1977–78) • Eran Kulik (1978–79) • Mordechai Spiegler (1979) • Jonny Hardy (1979–83) • Jack Mansell (1982–83) • Shlomo Scharf (1983–87) • Dror Kashtan (1 July 1987 – 30 June 1988) • Amazzia Levkovic (1988–90) • Shlomo Scharf (1990–92) • Giora Spiegel (1993–98) • Daniel Brailovsky (1 July 1998 – 30 June 1999) • Dušan Uhrin (1999–00) • Eli Cohen (2000) • Avram Grant (1 July 2000 – 30 June 2002) • Itzhak Shum (1 July 2002 – 30 June 2003) • Ronny Levy (30 June 2003 – 22 December 2008) • Elisha Levy (2 April 2008 – 16 May 2012) • Reuven Atar (16 May 2012 – 13 November 2012) • Arik Benado (17 November 2012 – 18 May 2014) • Aleksandar Stanojević (1 July 2014 – 28 December 2014) • Marco Balbul (28 December 2014 – 30 May 2015) • Ronny Levy (30 May 2015 – 27 July 2016) • Shmulik Hanin (caretaker) (28 July 2016 – 8 August 2016) • René Meulensteen (9 August 2016 – 13 February 2017 ) • Guy Luzon (13 February 2017 – 9 December 2017 ) • Fred Rutten (24 January 2018 – 1 November 2018) • Eli Guttman (8 November 2018 maccabi haifa 3 December 2018) • Marco Balbul (19 December 2018 – 7 July 2020) • Barak Bakhar (8 July 2020-) See also [ edit ] • Football in Israel References [ edit ] • ^ History of Maccabi Haifa F.C.

• ^ "Facts and Numbers". Sammy Ofer Stadium Haifa (in Hebrew). Retrieved 13 November 2018. • ^ Haifa Doar HaYom, 8 February 1923, Historical Jewish Press (in Hebrew) • ^ Maccabi Haifa First Final Loss 24 May 2016, Kaduregel Vintage (in Hebrew) • ^ The Football "Hebrew Cup" Doar HaYom, 11 May 1923, Historical Jewish Press (in Hebrew) • ^ The Hebrew E.I.

Cup in Football Doar HaYom 3 May 1923, Historical Jewish Press (in Hebrew) • ^ The Football During the British Mandate Era Archived 20 May 2014 at the Wayback Machine Asher Goldberg, 28 September 2010, IFA (in Hebrew) • ^ "Soccer-mad, pro-'Hatikva' ". Haaretz. • ^ Kuper, Uri. "The real national team?" (in Hebrew). Archived from the original on 24 March 2012.

• ^ Our Green Home • ^ Maccabi maccabi haifa in the South and Maccabi Haifa in the North, First Place in Liga Bet HaBoker, 24 June 1945, via (in Hebrew) • ^ First Team Maccabi Haifa, 15 November 2021 (in Hebrew) • ^ " "החיבור שלי עם המועדון הוא מגיל צעיר" הקבוצה".

Maccabi Haifa F.C. • ^ "גיל אופק פרש ומונה למנהל הקבוצה". Maccabi Haifa Maccabi haifa. • ^ "ההתאחדות לכדורגל בישראל - Maccabi Haifa Hardy". External links [ edit ] Wikimedia Commons has media related to Maccabi Haifa F.C.

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