Beitar Tel Aviv Bat Yam F.C.

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Beitar Tel Aviv Bat Yam F.C. (Hebrew: מועדון כדורגל בית"ר תל אביב בת ים‎) is an Israeli football club which represents Tel Aviv and Bat Yam. They are currently in Liga Leumit, the second level of Israeli football. Home matches are played at the Ness Ziona Stadium.

Beitar Tel Aviv Bat Yam
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Full nameBeitar Tel Aviv Bat Yam Football Club
Founded2000; 21 years ago (2000) as Beitar Shimshon Tel Aviv
2011 as Beitar Tel Aviv Ramla
2019 as Beitar Tel Aviv Bat Yam
GroundNess Ziona Stadium, Ness Ziona
Capacity3,500
ChairmanLior Shechter
ManagerEliezer Ben Aharon
LeagueLiga Leumit
2020–21Liga Leumit, 5th

HistoryEdit

Beitar Shimshon Tel Aviv was formed in 2000 by a merger of Beitar Tel Aviv and Shimshon Tel Aviv. Both clubs were in Liga Artzit at the time of the merger, with the new club assuming a place in the league. In 2006 the club moved to Bnei Yehuda's Hatikva Neighborhood Stadium.

In 2008–09, the club finished sixth in Liga Artzit, and due to league restructuring, were promoted to Liga Leumit, the second tier.

In 2011, the club had his second merger, this time with Ironi Ramla, due to it, Shimshon retired from the union making the team changed its name to Beitar Tel Aviv Ramla.

On 22 May 2019, Ramla withdrew the merged and the club merged with Maccabi Ironi Bat Yam, due to it, the club changed his name to Beitar Tel Aviv Bat Yam.[1]

After the conclusion of the 2019-20 season, 12 players from Beitar Tel Aviv Bat Yam's roster went on to play in The Israel Premier League.

Current squadEdit

As of 9 July 2021
No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   ISR Avihay Dahan
2 DF   ISR Michael Chilaka
5 DF   ISR Omer Itzhaki
8 FW   ISR Asaf Hershko
10 MF   CIV Parfait Guiagon
12 DF   ISR Tomer Machluf
13 MF   ZAM Ngosa Sunzu
14 MF   ISR Omri Ram
15 FW   ISR Rave Asayag
19 FW   ISR Eyal Hen
No. Pos. Nation Player
20 MF   ISR Shay Balahssan
21 MF   RSA Rowan Human
25 MF   ISR Ido Krvets
26 DF   ISR Guy Kaufman
36 GK   ISR Omer Dajani
DF   ISR Itay Ben Hemo
MF   ISR Rotem Yatzkar
MF   ISR Lior Katzav
FW   ISR Or Roizman

Symbols from the pastEdit

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Naim, Avi (22 May 2019). "איחוד ראשון עם תל אביב: שננו את השם "בית"ר ת"א־בת ים"" (in Hebrew). Mynet Bat Yam. Retrieved 24 July 2019.