Ironi Nesher F.C.

  (Redirected from Hapoel Tel Hanan F.C.)

Ironi Nesher (Hebrew: עירוני נשר‎) is an Israeli football club based in Nesher. They are currently in Liga Leumit and play home matches at the Nesher Stadium.

Ironi Nesher
Full nameIroni Nesher Football Club
עירוני נשר
Founded1954 as Hapoel Tel Hanan
2009 as Ironi Nesher
GroundNesher Stadium, Nesher
Capacity2,500
ChairmanIsrael Emil Yosifov
ManagerIsrael Omer Levinson
LeagueLiga Bet North B
2020–21Liga Bet North, 2nd

HistoryEdit

The club was founded in 2009 as a successor to Hapoel Tel Hanan,[1][2] which was founded in 1954 and dissolved in 2009. Hapoel Tel Hanan was based in the Tel Hanan neighborhood of Nesher, and spent three seasons in the second tier of Israeli football, first in the 1975–76 season, where they were placed 14th in Liga Alef North division, and later in the new second tier at the time, Liga Artzit, where they were placed 13th in the 1981–82 season, and finished bottom in the following season and relegated to Liga Alef. their last season as Hapoel Tel Hanan was 2008–09, in the Samaria division of Liga Gimel, the lowest tier of Israeli football, where they finished in the eighth place.[3]

The new club, Ironi Nesher, started the following season at the same division in Liga Gimel. Although they finished in the third place,[4] they were eventually promoted to Liga Bet North B division, after one spot was vacated in this league, as Maccabi Beit She'an dissolved.[5]

In the 2013–14 season, the club won Liga Bet North B division,[6] and promoted to Liga Alef.

In the 2014–15 season, the club finished runners-up in Liga Alef North division, and qualified for the Promotion play-offs. After beating Hapoel Migdal HaEmek 4–3 on penalties (after 2–2) in the first round and Hapoel Beit She'an 2–1 in the second round, Ironi Nesher won 1–0 against the Liga Alef South play-off winner, Beitar Kfar Saba, and stood 180 minutes away from promotion to Liga Leumit, when they faced the 14th placed in 2014–15 Liga Leumit, Hapoel Nazareth Illit. Ironi Nesher lost 1–5 on aggregate (0–5, 1–0) and remained in Liga Alef.

In the 2015–16 season, the club won Liga Alef North division and promoted to Liga Leumit.

Current squadEdit

As to 12 September 2021
No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   ISR Naor Orenstein
2 DF   ISR Matan Ashkenazi
3 DF   ISR Amit Bar
4 DF   ISR Adir Atia
5 DF   ISR Muntaser Abu Shanab
6 DF   ISR Omer Asulin
7 MF   ISR Mohammed Sa'adi
8 MF   ISR Ibrahim Mubrashem
9 FW   ISR Asil Kna'ani
10 FW   ISR Haitham Halabi
No. Pos. Nation Player
11 MF   ISR Yagel Peretz
12 MF   ISR Tamir Barzilay
15 DF   ISR Guy Mizrahi
17 MF   ISR Rotem Haguel
18 DF   ISR Ofek Atias
20 MF   ISR Roei Akiva
21 MF   ISR Liam Amsalem
22 GK   ISR Sharon Feldman
27 MF   ISR Fares Talahami
77 MF   ISR Muatasem Issawi

HonoursEdit

LeagueEdit

Honour No. Years
Third tier 2 1974–751, 2015–16
Fourth tier 1 2013–14
Fifth tier 1 1998–991

1Achieved by Hapoel Tel Hanan.

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ From the flight of the Eagle Doublepass, 14.9.2010 (in Hebrew)
  2. ^ The Eagle is ready to fly Goler1, 20.4.2011 (in Hebrew)
  3. ^ Liga Gimel Samaria 2008/2009 The Israel Football Association (in Hebrew)
  4. ^ Liga Gimel Samaria 2009/2010 The Israel Football Association (in Hebrew)
  5. ^ Ironi Nesher in Liga Bet Doublepass, 10.9.2010 (in Hebrew)
  6. ^ Liga Bet North B 2013/2014 The Israel Football Association (in Hebrew)