2021 Israel Super Cup

The 2021 Israel Super Cup is the 26th edition of the Israel Super Cup (31st, including unofficial matches[a]), an annual Israel football match played between the winners of the previous season's Top Division and the Israel State Cup. This will be the seventh edition since the Super cup's resumption in 2015.

2021 Israel Super Cup
Date25 July 2021
VenueSammy Ofer Stadium, Haifa
RefereeLiran Liany
Attendance19,798
2020
2022

The game will be played on 25 July 2021 between the 2020–21 Israeli Premier League champions, Maccabi Haifa, and the 2020–21 Israel State Cup winners, Maccabi Tel Aviv.[1][2]

Match detailsEdit

Maccabi Haifa2–0Maccabi Tel Aviv
  • Atzili   1'
  • Sahar   50'
  • Meir   68'
  • Cohen   70'
  • Abu Fani   72',   90+2'
  • Maor Levy   90+1'
Report
Attendance: 19,798
Referee: Liran Liany
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Maccabi Haifa
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Maccabi Tel Aviv
GK 44   Josh Cohen   70'
RB 25   Raz Meir   68'
CB 5   Bogdan Planic   81'
CB 24   Uri Dahan   61'
LB 12   Sun Menahem
CM 4   Ali Mohamed
LM 16   Mohammad Abu Fani   90+2'
RM 10   Tjaronn Chery (c)
RM 21   Dean David   72'
LW 7   Omer Atzili   1'   81'
FW 9   Ben Sahar   60'
Substitutes:
GK 52   Itamar Israeli
DF 35   Roni Laufer
DF 3   Sean Goldberg   81'
DF 26   Mahmmoud Jaber
DF 55   Rami Gershon   61'
MF 14   José Rodriguez   72'
MF 18   Yuval Ashkenazi
MF 33   Maor Levi   81'   89'
FW 11   Godsway Donyoh   60'
Manager:
  Barak Bakhar
GK 1   Daniel Peretz
RB 26   André Geraldes
CB 44   Luis Hernández
CB 5   Idan Nachmias   37'   72'
LB 4   Enric Saborit    65'   48'
DM 6   Dan Glazer (c)   15'
CM 31   Shahar Piven   58'
LM 22   Avi Rikan   60'
RW 39   Eduardo Guerrero   60'
CF 20   Osama Khalaila   72'
LF 24   Yonatan Cohen
Substitutes:
GK 17   Andreas Gianniotis
DF 3   Matan Baltaxa
DF 27   Ofir Davidzada   65'
DF 30   Maor Kandil
MF 36   Ido Shachar   60'
MF 47   Eden Karzev
FW 7   Matan Hozez   60'
FW 11   Tal Ben Haim   72'
FW 29   Eylon Almog   72'
Manager:
  Patrick van Leeuwen

Man of the Match:

MATCH OFFICIALS
Assistant referees:
Dudu Biton
Yossi Bsbayof
Fourth official:
Aviad Shiloach
Video assistant referee:

Assistant video assistant referee:

Match rules

  • 90 minutes.
  • Ten named substitutes, of which up to five may be used.

NotesEdit

  1. ^ The competition wasn't played within the Israel Football Association for its first 5 editions, until 1969.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Yaniv Tuchman (7 April 2021). "Premier League: The 2021–22 season will begin on 28 August, Super Cup on 24 July". Walla! (in Hebrew). Retrieved 3 June 2021.
  2. ^ Shai Artsi (7 April 2021). "Premier League: The next season will start on 28 August". Israel Hayom (in Hebrew). Retrieved 3 June 2021.