Maccabi Tel Aviv Shirts

Maccabi Tel Aviv Shirts

Maccabi Tel Aviv Shirts


Maccabi Tel Aviv is an Israeli football club based in Tel Aviv-Yafo in Israel. The club is one of the oldest in Israel having being founded in 1906. They were first known as HaRishon LeZion-Yaffo. The club play their home games at the Bloomfield Stadium which holds 14,960 people.





Maccabi Tel Aviv are the most successful as they have won 18 league titles, 22 national cups, 2 Asian cups and 3 Toto cups. They have won the double six times.The club play in yellow and blue striped shirts with yellow shorts and yellow socks.

Israeli giants Maccabi Tel Aviv have officially launched their new home kit for the 2015-16 season [...]

Isreali outfit Maccabi Tel Aviv have officially launched their new home, away and third kits for next season. Announcing a new three-year kit deal with adidas for next season, the new 2014-15 adidas home shirt is yellow and features blue trim on the shoulders, adidas three stripes and sleeve cuff [...]

Maccabi Tel Aviv are the Champions of Israel, having won the 2012/13 Israeli Premier League [...]

Italian sportswear manufacturer Macron has announced that it will be providing Italian Serie A club Bologna FC with a special edition 'Earth Day' shirt for their match against Sampdoria on Sunday 21 April. Macron will be commemorating Earth Day by presenting special edition shirts, entirely i [...]

Maccabi Tel Aviv is one of the oldest football clubs in Israel and the most successful in the whole counntry, having won the Israeli Championship 18 times (last one being in 2002/03), the State Cup 16 times, the Asian Club Championship twice, and the Israeli Supercup 5 times [...]

They are nicknamed Maccabi or The Yellows. Maccabi has two main fan organisations the 12th Player and Ultras Maccabi 96. Maccabi are main rivals with Hapoel Tel Aviv, the country's second most successful club.

It is called the Big Tel Aviv Derby. The club are the only team to have stayed in the top division which comes to 60 seasons.


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