Maccabi begins their 70th season since the state of Israel was established and is the only club to have played in all of the 69 seasons up until today. Hapoel Tel Aviv are second with 67 seasons.

In 2,138 league matches: Maccabi won 1,073, drawn 571 and lost 494 and a total goal tally of 3535 – 2025.

Maccabi holds almost all of the possible league records, the senior of them:

The highest success rate (89.6%) in the two points per victory era (until the 1981/82 season) was achieved in the 1949/50 season.

The highest success rate (82.4%) in the three points per victory era (from the 1982/83 season).

The biggest gap between the champions and the second place – 31 points. Maccabi recorded that achievement in the 2018/19 season and secured the league title 8 rounds before the end of the season – another all time record.

The highest victory recorded in the top flight was a 13-0 win Maccabi recorded over Maccabi Rishon Lezion on January 7th 1950.

Maccabi led the top flight table for 511 league rounds, more than any other club. Maccabi Haifa are second with 424 rounds at the top of the league table.

The longest run of successive victories (20) was achieved by Maccabi between July 1949 and October 1951.

The record number of goals in one season (100) Maccabi scored I the 1949/50 season where only 23 matches were played – averaging 4.3 goals per game !

The record number of goals scored by one player in one season (35) was achieved by Eran Zahavi in the 2015/16 season.

Maccabi produced the league’s top goal scorer 15 times – more than any other club in Israel.

The longest successive number of minutes with a clean sheet (1,272) was achieved by Daniel Tenenbaum in the 2019/20 season.

During that season, Maccabi managed a record of 29 clean sheets without conceding a goal from the 36 matches played.

Menachem ‘Miko’ Belo is Maccabi record appearance holder with 498 league matches. Of the current squad, Sheran Yeini has the most appearances in the league with 337 matches – six in the all-time appearance record for Maccabi.

Maccabi’s leading goal-scorer in the league (since the State of Israel was established) is Avi Nimni with 174 goals. Shiye Glazer is ranked second with 131 goals while Benny Tabbak is third with 121.

17,184,800 is the number of spectators who watched Maccabi Tel Aviv during the 2,089 matches held with fans. An average of 8,225 matches per game – more than any other club.