Maccabiah Stadium

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Maccabiah Stadium
אצטדיון המכביה
Tel Aviv 1920-1937 ירקון גמלים ופיתוח הצפון.jpg
Location Israel Tel Aviv, Israel
Coordinates 32°6′1.44″N 34°46′34.48″E / 32.1004000°N 34.7762444°E / 32.1004000; 34.7762444Coordinates: 32°6′1.44″N 34°46′34.48″E / 32.1004000°N 34.7762444°E / 32.1004000; 34.7762444
Capacity 5,000 (original 20,000)
Construction
Opened March 28, 1932
Closed ~1960s
Construction cost £3,000
Tenants
Maccabi Tel Aviv (1938-1968)
Hapoel Tel Aviv (1961-1962)
1932 Maccabiah Games
1935 Maccabiah Games

The Maccabiah Stadium (Hebrew: אצטדיון המכביה‎‎) (Itztadion Hamakabiya) is a football stadium on the Yarkon River in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Maccabiah Stadium was built in 1932 for the first Maccabiah Games and was filled to capacity for the opening ceremony.[1] It was used by Maccabi Tel Aviv until 1968, when the team moved to Bloomfield Stadium

was Maccabi Tel Aviv home ground

Today it is located on the grounds of the Israel Trade Fairs & Convention Center and used as a training field for youth football teams.

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