Karnei Oren Memorial Field

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Karnei Oren Memorial Field
Full name Karnei Oren Memorial Field
Former names Histadrut Field
Location Ra'anana, Israel
Owner Ra'anana Municipality
Capacity 2,500
Construction
Opened 1940
Renovated 2000
2010
Tenants
Hapoel Ra'anana (until 2013)
Bnei Ra'anana
Hapoel Ra'anana (women)

Karnei Oren Memorial Field, also known as Histadrut Field (as it is located at the corner of Keren Hayesod and Histadrut streets)[1] or Ra'anana Stadium,[2] is a multi-use stadium in Ra'anana, Israel. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium was used previously by Hapoel Ra'anana, while playing in Liga Leumit, most recently in 2012–13,[3][4] and it is currently used by Bnei Ra'anana, who play in Liga Bet.[5] The stadium was opened in 1940[6] and has a capacity of 2,500 spectators.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Profile of Sport Venue in Ra'anana Area imms.co.il (Hebrew)
  2. ^ Ra'anana Israeli Football Association (Hebrew)
  3. ^ The Stadium hapoel-raanana.co.il (Hebrew)
  4. ^ Hapoel Ra'anana 2012-2013 Israeli Football Association (Hebrew)
  5. ^ Football Club Bnei Ra'anana Israeli Football Association (Hebrew)
  6. ^ The Stadium Will Make Citizens' Lives a Nightmare? The Municipality Doesn't Care Sagi Leibmann, 16 October 2012, Zman Rehovot (via nrg.co.il) (Hebrew)

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Coordinates: 32°11′11.53″N 34°52′21.01″E / 32.1865361°N 34.8725028°E / 32.1865361; 34.8725028