The Maccabi Tel Aviv Training Ground is located in south Tel Aviv, near the Holon Intersection and on the outskirts of the Kiryat Shalom neighbourhood. The various Maccabi Tel Aviv teams began practising at the complex in the mid 1970’s, starting with the Youth Division teams, and joined later by the senior team. The facility consists of four pitches that serve all the Maccabi Tel Aviv teams and includes two gyms, treatment rooms and classrooms. The senior team practise at the western facility, near the locker rooms, on an area one and a half times larger than a regular football pitch, with renovated terraces that seat approximately 100 fans.
On the 6th of March 2012, the Youth Division Complex was officially re-dedicated in the name of the late Avi Cohen.
Not far from the senior team’s training ground is a synthetic pitch, one of the first of its kind in Israel, which serves as the training ground for all the teams in the Maccabi Tel Aviv Youth Division. At the northern end of the complex is the central pitch of the Youth Division, lined by two terraces with a seating capacity of over 200 and equipped for television broadcasts. The central pitch is used primarily by the Maccabi Tel Aviv Under-19 squad, but the club’s youth teams also make use of the facility. The fourth and smallest of the pitches is the eastern one, used mainly for trainings and frequently for matches of the children’s teams. The Youth Division complex has ten dressing rooms, one of which is used by visiting teams and one extra room for the referees on matchdays. During the 2011/12 season an exercise room was also built on the ground for the use of the entire Youth Division.