Tiberias Football Stadium

Last updated
Tiberias Municipal Stadium
איצטדיון עירוני טבריה
Bodek Architects Tiberias Football Stadium33.jpg . Bodek Architects Tiberias Football Stadium41.jpg
Tiberias Municipal Stadium
Full name Tiberias Municipal Football Stadium
Location Tiberias, Israel
Coordinates 32°46′4.44″N35°30′50.94″E / 32.7679000°N 35.5141500°E / 32.7679000; 35.5141500 Coordinates: 32°46′4.44″N35°30′50.94″E / 32.7679000°N 35.5141500°E / 32.7679000; 35.5141500
Owner Municipality of Tiberias Loudspeaker.svg   טְבֶרְיָה  
Operator Municipality of Tiberias
Capacity 7,554
Surface Grass
Construction
Broke ground February 2015
Opened under construction
Construction cost NIS 40,000,000
Architect Moti Bodek
Tenants
Ironi Tiberias F.C.

Tiberias Municipal Stadium (Hebrew : האצטדיון העירוני של טבריה, HaItztadion HaIroni Shel Tverya), is a football stadium currently being built in Tiberias for Ironi Tiberias F.C., the football team of the town, and will replace the old stadium located downtown. Once completed in 2018, the new stadium will include 7,554 seats. It is located at the southern entrance to the city, near the junction of Poriya Hospital as a part of a sports complex also including a multi-purpose 2,500-seat sports hall, a training field and a swimming pool.

Hebrew language Semitic language native to Israel

Hebrew is a Northwest Semitic language native to Israel; the modern version of which is spoken by over 9 million people worldwide. Historically, it is regarded as the language of the Israelites and their ancestors, although the language was not referred to by the name Hebrew in the Tanakh. The earliest examples of written Paleo-Hebrew date from the 10th century BCE. Hebrew belongs to the West Semitic branch of the Afroasiatic language family. Hebrew is the only living Canaanite language left, and the only truly successful example of a revived dead language.

Tiberias Place in Israel

Tiberias is an Israeli city on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee. Established around 20 CE, it was named in honour of the second emperor of the Roman Empire, Tiberius. In 2017 it had a population of 43,664.

Ironi Tiberias F.C.

Ironi Tiberias is a football club from Tiberias, Israel. The club is not connected to Hapoel Tiberias, a former club which spent several seasons in the top division of Israeli football in the 1960s and the 1980s, making its last appearance in the top flight in 1989.

Contents

Excavation and foundation July 2016 Bodek Architects Tiberias Municipal Football Stadium15.jpg
Excavation and foundation July 2016
Infrastructure for the stands March 2017 Bodek Architects Tiberias Football Stadium39.jpg
Infrastructure for the stands March 2017
Assembling the stands April 2017 Bodek Architects Tiberias Football Stadium40.jpg
Assembling the stands April 2017
Assembling the stands May 2017 Bodek Architects Tiberias Football Stadium42.jpg
Assembling the stands May 2017

See also

Related Research Articles

Kiryat Eliezer Stadium football stadium

The Haifa Municipal Stadium, more commonly known as Kiryat Eliezer, was a multi-use stadium in the Kiryat Eliezer neighborhood of Haifa, Israel. It was mostly used for football matches and as the home stadium of Maccabi Haifa and Hapoel Haifa. It was replaced by the new Sammy Ofer Stadium at the southern entrance to the city in 2014.

Hapoel Rishon LeZion F.C. association football club

Hapoel Rishon LeZion F.C. is an Israeli football club which currently plays in Liga Leumit, Israel's second football division. Home matches are hosted at the Haberfeld Stadium. In 1991, the club changed its name to Hapoel Ironi Rishon LeZion, and in June 2008 the name was switched back to Hapoel Rishon LeZion following a change in ownership.

Yud-Alef Stadium

The Yud-Alef Stadium is a football stadium in Ashdod, Israel, that was built for local football sides Maccabi Ashdod, Beitar Ashdod and Hapoel Ashdod.

Maccabi Ironi Bat Yam F.C.

Maccabi Ironi Bat Yam was an Israeli football club based in Bat Yam. The club played home matches at the 3,100-capacity Bat Yam Municipal Stadium.

Acre Municipal Stadium

Acre Municipal Stadium, also Toto Acre Stadium, is a soccer stadium in Acre, Israel. It is the home ground of Hapoel Ironi Acre which plays in the Israeli Premier League. The stadium is located at the southern entrance of town, near the Ein HaMifratz intersection.

Grundman Stadium

Grundman Stadium is a football stadium in Ramat HaSharon, Israel. It is the home stadium of Ironi Nir Ramat HaSharon. The stadium holds 4,300 and was built in 1998 and been renovated in 2012.

Turner Stadium

The Turner Stadium, officially the Yaakov Turner Toto Stadium Be'er Sheva is a football stadium in Be'er Sheva and the home ground of Hapoel Be'er Sheva. It was named for former Be'er Sheva mayor Yaakov Turner.

The 2013–14 Liga Alef season saw Hapoel Kfar Saba and Maccabi Kiryat Gat win the title and promotion to Liga Leumit.

The 2006–07 Liga Bet season saw Beitar Ihud Mashhad, Ironi Sayid Umm al-Fahm, Maccabi Ironi Kfar Yona and Maccabi Ironi Netivot winning the title and promotion to Liga Alef.

Ironi Nesher is an Israeli football club based in Nesher. They are currently in Liga Leumit and play home matches at the Nesher Stadium.

The 2014–15 Liga Alef season saw Hapoel Katamon Jerusalem and Hapoel Ashkelon win the title and promotion to Liga Leumit.

Maccabi Ironi Acre is an Israeli football club based in Acre. The club is currently in Liga Bet North A division and play at the Acre Municipal Stadium.

F.C. Ironi Or Yehuda, Moadon Kaduregel Ironi Or Yehuda, lit. Municipal Football Club Or Yehuda is an Israeli football club based in Or Yehuda. The club is currently in Liga Bet South A division.

The 2014–15 Israel Youth State Cup was the 60th season of Israel's nationwide football cup competition.

Lod Municipal Stadium is a football stadium in Neot Itzhak neighborhood of Lod, Israel. It is currently the home stadium of Hapoel Bnei Lod.

Miki Yazo, also known as Mekonenet Yazao or Makonant Vazao, is an Israeli footballer of Ethiopian descent who currently plays for Hapoel Acre.

The 2015–16 Liga Alef season saw Ironi Nesher and Maccabi Sha'arayim win the title and promotion to Liga Leumit.

Tiberias Municipal Stadium, is a football stadium in Tiberias.

Ramla Municipal Stadium, officially known as Toto Stadium Ramla, is a football stadium in Ramla, Israel. It is currently the home stadium of Beitar Tel Aviv Ramla and of the U-19 team of Maccabi Tel Aviv.

References