Youth Division Management
Youth Department Football Director
Levin has been the youth department's professional manager since 2008 and during his tenure, the department continued to a mass titles and grow in the number of teams and players. Levin's career with Maccabi Tel Aviv began 8 years prior to taking his current position, when he worked as the senior team's head coach during the 2000/01 season. Levin replaced Shlomo Scharf shortly after the season began. Under his guidance, the team won the national cup two seasons in a row.
After the second victory, Levin left the club and returned as a coach in late 2007/08, after which he was appointed to his current position in the youth department. Even as the professional manager for the youth department, Levin maintained his spot on the sidelines in senior team games. During the 2009/10 season, he served as assistant coach to Avi Nimni and in late 2011/12, the club asked him to take on the challenge of a third stint as Maccabi Tel Aviv's coach. When the season ended, Levin went back to focusing on the youth department.
As a player, Levin is known to be one of the more prominent players of the 1980's, when he played in Hapoel Petach Tikva in over 200 league games, scoring 93 goals. After several good years in Petach Tikva, he played in the Belgian Gent for one season after which he returned to Israel and Hapoel Petach Tikva, Bnei Yehuda and others, until he retired from playing in 1995.
Youth Department Manager
Ariel Avram is the youth department's general Manager. Avram, a commercial and sports lawyer by trade, played in the club's youth department and after several years away, rejoined the club in 2007. At first, Avram served as the Assistant General Manager and then as the club's website editor and media officer. Before taking his position in the youth department, Avram worked closely with owner Mitch Goldhar and his representative, Jack Angelides and, in early 2011, he took his current position in the youth department