Feb. 3 – Maccabi Tel Aviv v. Hapoel Ra’anana, Bloomfield, 20:15.
Tomorrow’s clash will see Vladimir Ivic send his men out again as they look to increase their lead in the standings over Maccabi Haifa, at least temporarily. Your support will be more important than ever so click the banner to take advantage of the special offer to purchase tickets for the next three games.
Feb. 6 – Transfer window closes.
The second and last transfer window of the season closes, so keep an eye out for developments through the official club app where updates on player transfers news will appear first.
Feb. 8 – Hapoel Haifa v. Maccabi Tel Aviv, Sammy Ofer, 19.50.
We return to the scene of our great victory over Maccabi Haifa last month and the home meeting with Beitar Jerusalem for an away clash with Hapoel Haifa in the 23rd round of action as we look to follow up our 3-0 win at Bloomfield earlier this season with another victory. That result was one of our better performances recently.
Feb. 16 – Maccabi Tel Aviv v. Hapoel Kiryat Shmona, Bloomfield, 20:15
The first of two consecutive home games will pit us against our northern-most opponents who are struggling at the lower end of the standings. They need vital points to steer clear of trouble as the season enters its final phase.
Feb. 24 – Maccabi Tel Aviv v. Hapoel Tel Aviv, Bloomfield, 20:15
Just two more matches to go until the end of the second phase and we get to host our arch-rivals, Hapoel Tel Aviv, for the second time this season. There is always huge tension and a great thrill when these two sides clash and following the 3-0 win the first time around, Maccabi will be looking to maintain their mastery of the city as they seek another league title.
The date of the game against Maccabi Netanya which will conclude the second phase is still to be set.