|Address||5 Hatkuma Street|
|Location||Tel Aviv, Israel|
|Public transit||at Bloomfield Stadium|
|Owner||Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality|
|Operator||Sport Palaces Tel Aviv Yafo Ltd.|
|Broke ground||4 September 1960|
|Opened||13 October 1962|
|Renovated||2000, 2008–2010, 2012, 2016–2019|
|Construction cost||IL1.5 million (1962)|
₪500 million (2019)
|Architect||M.Galpaz and S.Shvartz Architects (1962)|
Mansfeld–Kehat Architects Ltd. (2019)
|Hapoel Tel Aviv (1962–present)|
Maccabi Tel Aviv (1963–1966, 1969–1985, 1986–1987, 1995–1996, 2000–present)
Bnei Yehuda Tel Aviv (1962–1970, 2004–present)
Israel national football team (selected matches)
Bloomfield Stadium (Hebrew: אצטדיון בלומפילד) is a football stadium in Tel Aviv, Israel, with a capacity of 29,400. It is the home stadium of Maccabi Tel Aviv, Hapoel Tel Aviv, and Bnei Yehuda Tel Aviv. The stadium also serves the Israel national football team for some select home matches.
Bloomfield Stadium was built in Eastern Jaffa, on the land where Basa Stadium, home to Hapoel Tel Aviv since 1950, once stood. Finance for the stadium project came from the Canadian Association of Labour, Israel, a Canadian charity supporting the charitable works of the Hapoel Sports Movement of the Histadrut Labour Organization in Israel, the Bloomfield family of Montreal, Canada, directly and through their family foundation called the Eldee Foundation. The project was financed in Canada and intended to honor the names of brothers Bernard M. Bloomfield and Louis M. Bloomfield, Q.C. of Montreal, Canada for their lifelong dedication to the ideals of sport in Israel. The first match at the new stadium was a 1–1 draw between Hapoel and Shimshon Tel Aviv on 13 October 1962. The stadium officially opened on 13 December 1962 on a friendly match between Hapoel and Dutch club Sportclub Enschede.
In 1963, Maccabi Tel Aviv moved into Bloomfield Stadium after hosting of their matches at the Maccabiah Stadium, in 1985 Maccabi left Bloomfield Stadium for the Ramat Gan Stadium and in 2000, Maccabi returned to host at Bloomfield Stadium.
In 1964, Bloomfield Stadium hosted the 1964 AFC Asian Cup.
The stadium is located between "Hatkuma", "She'erit Israel" and "Hathiya" streets and to the west of "Groningen Garden".
The stadium is served by the "Bloomfield Stadium station" on the Red Line, located southwest of the stadium. It is also served by bus routes 1, 25, 40, 41, 42, 46, 125, 142 and 418.
|1/VIP||24–27||204–206, 304–306, 404–406||1,316||Gold Tribune, Platinum Tribune, Press Tribune and Sky Box|
|2||28–30||207–209, 307–310||3,130||Home stand for Hapoel and Maccabi|
|4/5||41–48||214–217, 311–318||4,842||Home stand for Hapoel fan organization Ultras Hapoel. In Maccabi matches, this stand is used for visiting supporters|
|7||71–74||221–224, 319–324, 419–424||5,338||Home stand for Hapoel, Maccabi and Bnei Yehuda|
|7/8||75–76||225, 325, 425||1,130||Home stand for Hapoel, Maccabi and Bnei Yehuda|
|8||77–80||226–229, 326–331, 426–431||5,342||Home stand for Maccabi and Bnei Yehuda, and usually for Hapoel|
|10/11||101–108||233–236, 332–339||4,861||Home stand for Maccabi fan organization Maccabi Fanatics. In Hapoel matches, this stand is used for visiting supporters|
|13||21–23||201–203, 300–303||3,149||Home stand for Maccabi|
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