Tiberias Municipal Stadium
|Full name||Tiberias Municipal Football Stadium|
|Owner|| Municipality of Tiberias |
|Operator||Municipality of Tiberias|
|Broke ground||February 2015|
|Construction cost||NIS 40,000,000|
|Ironi Tiberias F.C.|
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