|Full name||Maccabi Sha'arayim Football Club|
|Ground||Maccabi Sha'araim Stadium, Rehovot|
|Manager||Musa Ben Haim|
|League||Liga Alef South|
|2021–22||Liga Alef South, 8th|
The club spent the past seven seasons in the top division from 1963 to 1969, and a single season in 1985–86.
The club was promoted to Liga Leumit (then the top division) for the first time in 1963. In their first season in the league they finished 11th out of 15. The following season the club finished sixth, which remains their highest ever league position.
In the 1965–66 season they narrowly avoided relegation, finishing one place above the relegation zone. In 1969 Maccabi reach the cup final for the first (and to date only) time, but lost 1–0 to Hakoah Ramat Gan. In the same season they finished second bottom of the league and were relegated back to Liga Alef.
The final match of the 1971–72 season saw the club have a chance to return to the top flight, but they lost 2–1 to Hapoel Marmorek, which were promoted instead. Two years later they qualified for the promotion/relegation play-offs, but failed to win any of their five matches and finished bottom of the group.
At the end of the 1983–84 season they won Liga Alef South division and returned to Liga Artzit, and won a second consecutive promotion in the following season, returning to Liga Leumit for the first time in 16 years. However, they finished bottom, and were relegated back to Liga Artzit.
The club dropped back into the third tier at the end of the 1992–93 season, and were relegated to the fourth tier at the end of the 2000–01 season, before dropping into Liga Bet, the fifth tier, at the end of the 2005–06 season. At the end of the 2011–12 season the club returned to Liga Alef (now the third tier), following a victory of 2–1 against Hapoel Azor in the promotion play-off.
- As of 15 August 2022
- Israel – List of Cup Finals RSSSF
- The Rehovot derby is here again Doublepass, 18.9.2013 (in Hebrew)
- Sha'arayim promoted to Liga Alef after beating Azor One, 10.5.2012 (in Hebrew)