ASA Tel Aviv University

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ASA Tel Aviv
Full nameASA Tel Aviv University
אגודת ספורט אוניברסיטת תל-אביב
Founded1998
GroundTel Aviv University Football Stadium, Tel Aviv
ChairmanOmer Greenman
ManagerArik Levy
LeagueLigat Nashim Rishona
2018–191st

ASA Tel Aviv University is women's football club from Tel Aviv. The club is affiliated with the Tel Aviv University and is part of the ASA Tel Aviv Sports Club. The club won 8 local League titles and 5 cups and had participated in the UEFA Women's Champions League.[1]

History[edit]

The club was among the first to be established in Israel, as the IFA set up the women's league.[2] and one of the only two clubs (along with Hapoel Petah Tikva) which took part in all league seasons.

In its 21 seasons in the Israeli women's football league, the club won 8 championships and finished 7 times as runners-up. By winning the league, the club qualified to the UEFA Women's Champions League, first appearing in 2010–11. In six attempts, the club qualified once from the qualifying round, in 2011–12, eventually losing to Torres Calcio Femminile in the Round of 32.

In the Israeli Women's Cup, the club appeared in 11 finals, losing in its first 7 finals, including in six straight finals between 2004 and 2009. The club finally won his first cup in 2011 and added two more cups, in 2012 and 2014.

Titles[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Goalkeepers Defenders Midfielders Forwards
1. Israel Amit Cohen
13. Israel Lama Ghanama 0
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5. Israel Shay Sade
6. Israel Shahar Nakav
9. Israel Lia Barkai
15. Israel Oshrat Eni
17. Israel Meytal Sharabi
20. Israel Noam Achtel
7. Israel Vered Cohen
8. Israel Hadas Morin
12. Israel Mor Efraim
16. Israel Rakefet Seiden
18. United States Brenna Connell
22. Israel Opal Sofer
10. Israel Shira Elinav
11. Canada Nkem Ezurike
19. Israel Sivan Yogev
23. Israel Shirli Ohana
27. Israel Talia Sommer

Former internationals[edit]

European record[edit]

Competition Round Country Club Result
2010–11 UEFA Women's Champions League Qualifying round Sweden Umeå IK 0–3
Bosnia and Herzegovina SFK 2000 3–1
Cyprus Apollon Limassol 0–3
2011–12 UEFA Women's Champions League Qualifying round Portugal S.U. 1º de Dezembro 1–1
Hungary MTK Budapest FC 1–0
Latvia FK Liepājas Metalurgs 4–1
Round of 32 Italy Torres Calcio Femminile 0–2 (h), 2–3 (a)
2012–13 UEFA Women's Champions League Qualifying round Scotland Cardiff Met. Ladies F.C. 5–0
Republic of Ireland Peamount United 0–5
Bosnia and Herzegovina SFK 2000 1–1
2013–14 UEFA Women's Champions League Qualifying round Moldova Goliador Chişinău 6-0
Slovakia Nové Zámky 0-0
Cyprus Apollon Limassol 0-3
2014–15 UEFA Women's Champions League Qualifying round Wales Cardiff Met. 2–0
Portugal Atlético Ouriense 1–2
Belgium Standard Liège 0–1
2015–16 UEFA Women's Champions League Qualifying round Luxembourg Jeunesse Junglinster 5–1
Hungary Ferencváros 1–2
Netherlands FC Twente 0–7


References[edit]

  1. ^ ASA Tel-Aviv University SC (Women) UEFA.com
  2. ^ Women's Football History Avraham Kochen, Women's Football in Israel (via Internet Archive(in Hebrew)

External links[edit]