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1906 (113 years old)


Bloomfield Stadium
(14,413 Capacity)

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Tel Aviv


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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.

Founded in 1906 as the HaRishon Le Zion-Yafo Association, Maccabi Tel Aviv are the oldest, largest and most decorated football club in Israel. With the establishment of the city of Tel Aviv in 1909, the club changed their name to Maccabi Tel Aviv. In 1922 they became the first Jewish football club to participate in local competitions. The meaning of the name Maccabi – ‘Who is like thee among the gods’ – forms an integral part of the character of the team, which took the Star of David as their logo to represent the Jewish people. Maccabi Tel Aviv have won more titles than any other Israeli club, winning 20 League Championships (16 after Israeli independence), 22 prestigious State Cups (16 after Israeli independence), two AFC Champions League Cups and an additional three Toto (League) Cups.

Maccabi Tel Aviv are the only Israeli football team that have never been relegated and one of three Israeli teams ever to make it to the UEFA Champions League group stage. The club's name and values are steeped in Israeli history. The club are named after the Maccabees, an ancient Jewish rebel army, which became a symbol of the struggle of the Jewish people for over 2,000 years to retain their freedom, religion and sovereignty. The Maccabees spirit is based on values of excellence, loyalty and the desire to succeed.

Maccabi Tel Aviv FC invest a great deal in the development and nurturing of young talent. The club's youth system operate football academies at three sites in the Tel Aviv area, working with over 750 children aged 6–15. The club also run 17 youth teams with 400 players between 9 and 19 years old. These teams compete very successfully in local and national leagues. In their responsibility to spot, nurture, and develop young talent, the youth division strive to promote a strong connection between football, health, and education, and with the help of coaches, teachers, children, and the local community to foster an approach to football that embraces every aspect of the sport and the children who play it.

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Bloomfield Stadium (Hebrew: אצטדיון בלומפילד‎) is a 14,413-seat football stadium in the Tel Aviv District city of Jaffa, Israel. It is the home stadium of Hapoel Tel Aviv, Bnei Yehuda Tel Aviv, and Maccabi Tel Aviv.

Bloomfield Stadium was built on the land where Basa Stadium, home to Hapoel Tel Aviv since 1950, once stood. Finance for the stadium project came from the Canadian Association of Labour Israel, a Canadian charity supporting the charitable works of the Hapoel Sports Movement of the Histadrut Labour Organization in Israel, the Bloomfield family of Montreal, Canada, directly and through their family foundation called the Eldee Foundation. The project was financed in Canada and intended to honor the names of brothers Bernard M. Bloomfield and Louis M. Bloomfield, Q.C. of Montreal, Canada for their lifelong dedication to the ideals of sport in Israel. The First match at the new stadium was 1-1 drew between Hapoel and Shimshon Tel Aviv on 13 October 1962. The stadium officially opened on 13 December 1962 on a friendly match between Hapoel and Dutch club Sportclub Enschede.

In 2000, Hapoel's city rivals, Maccabi moved into Bloomfield after hosting many of their matches at the national stadium. In 2004, Bnei Yehuda moved into Bloomfield making it the only stadium in the top three divisions of Israeli football to have three tenants.

In September 2010, Bloomfield was granted Category 4 status by UEFA, which will allow it to host Champions League Group Stage matches.

It was one of four venues at the 2013 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship, holding three matches in Group A.



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