Here it is – the week by week story of the glorious 2012/13 Championship season, told in 32 episodes that for all of you devoted Maccabi Tel Aviv fans are moments you'll never wish to forget

Match week 1: "The Dabbur Sting" – Striker Moannes Dabbur's brace in the opening match of the league gets the Championship season off in style with a home win against the Green Nemesis from the north, Maccabi Haifa.

Match week 2: The road to striker Eliran Atar's current total of 22 league goals this season starts with the winner in a narrow 0-1 victory at Maccabi Netanya.

Match week 3: MTA's "Theatre of Nightmares" no more– Atar's hat-trick ends an eight year drought at Haifa's Kiryat Eliezer Stadium with a 1-3 win against Hapoel Haifa.

Match week 4: And four it is – a brilliant Maccabi display humbles the reigning champions from Kiryat Shmona 4-0 at Bloomfield Stadium.

Match week 5: Desert winds blow no good – Maccabi Tel Aviv suffer their first loss of the season at the hands of Hapoel Beer Sheva 3-1.

Match week 6: A winning substitution – striker Robert Earnshaw scores the winning goal in a 2-1 victory against the surprising league leaders, Ashdod FC.

Match week 7: What took Napoleon six weeks, Maccabi Tel Aviv do in one night – they conquer (Hapoel) Acre 0-2 for an important away win.

Match week 8: Maccabi Tel Aviv make it three home wins in a row with a 3-1 win at Bloomfield Stadium against neighbours Hapoel Ramat Gan.

Match week 9: A single goal gives local rivals Hapoel Tel Aviv a 1-0 victory in the season's first big city derby.

Match week 10: In the shadow of the shooting war with Gaza, Maccabi suffer their first home defeat of the season 0-1 to Bnei Yehuda.

Match week 11: The big turnaround – trailing 3-1, Maccabi fight back for a dramatic 3-4 win at Ramat Hasharon.

Match week 12: Twelve goals in twelve league matches for Eliran Atar and a convincing 4-0 home victory against Bnei Sakhnin.

Match week 13: In the pouring rain – Maccabi's first draw of the season, 1-1 against Beitar Jerusalem at the National Stadium in Ramat Gan.

Match week 14: A late single goal by striker Wiyam Amasha extends Maccabi Tel Aviv's drought against Maccabi Haifa at Kiryat Eliezer Stadium.

Match week 15: Back on top – Maccabi Tel Aviv return to the top of the table after a difficult 2-1 win at home against Maccabi Netanya.

Match week 16: Only sixes at home to Hapoel Haifa as a superb attacking display by Maccabi leaves the northerners limping – final score 6-2.

Match week 17: Playing in the rain – the sopping wet weather is the only winner in a goalless draw at Kiryat Shmona .

Match week 18: Take Five – and Maccabi do, putting five past Hapoel Beer Sheva in a convincing 5-0 home win at Bloomfield Stadium.

Match week 19: Ashdod FC hand Maccabi their last defeat of this season to date, 1-0 away.

Match week 20: In a return fixture at Bloomfield Maccabi score four to no reply against Hapoel Acre, who are steadily slipping down the table.

Match week 21: The long arm of the law – keeper Barak Levi saves a penalty deep into stoppage time as Maccabi hold on for a narrow 1-0 victory at Ramat Gan.

Match week 22: Maccabi Tel Aviv 4, Hapoel Tel Aviv 0. 'Nuff said.

Match week 23: Extra time is time enough – Moshe Lugassi provides us with one of the great moments of the season as Maccabi score twice in stoppage time to turn it around in a 2-3 win at Bnei Yehuda.

Match week 24: A narrow 1-0 home win against Hapoel Ramat Hasharon is enough to keep Maccabi Tel Aviv's second place rivals at a distance.

Match week 25: Defender Eitan Tibi joins the list of Maccabi Tel Aviv goal scorers in a convincing 0-3 win at Bnei Sakhnin.

Match week 26: Take Five, take two – elimination by Beitar Jerusalem from the National Cup competition a week earlier only makes Maccabi's revenge that much sweeter. 5-0 and in front of the home crowd too.

Match week 27: Striker Rade Prica's lone goal is enough to beat Hapoel Ramat Hasharon for Maccabi's seventh consecutive home win.

Match week 28: Status quo – a goalless draw at home against Maccabi Haifa keeps Maccabi Tel Aviv 10 points in front.

Match week 29: The four year itch – after four years Maccabi Tel Aviv finally win at Kiryat Shmona 1-3.

Match week 30: Tel Aviv stays yellow – midfielders Eran Zahavi and Dor Micha hand Maccabi their second derby win against Hapoel Tel Aviv 2-0.

Match week 31: It takes Eran Zahavi less than 20 minutes to net a brace and pull Maccabi Tel Aviv back from a two goal deficit as they draw 2-2 and snatch a point at Bnei Yehuda.

Match week 32: We are the Champions!!! More than 30,000 ecstatic Maccabi fans crowd the National Stadium in Ramat Gan to see their beloved side beat Hapoel Ramat Hasharon 0-2 and win their 20th title in the club's history.