Hapoel Ramat Gan

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2009–10 Liga Leumit - Promotion/Relegation Playoff - Promotion Playoff
... The 3rd-placed team Hapoel Kfar Saba faced the 3rd-placed Israeli Premier League team Hapoel Ramat Gan ... The winner Hapoel Ramat Gan earned a spot in the 2010–11 Israeli Premier League. 22 May 1845 ... UTC+3 Hapoel Ramat Gan 1–0 Hapoel Kfar Saba Haberfeld Stadium, Rishon LeZion Attendance 4,000 Referee Eitan Tabrizi Hermon 84' Report (Hebrew) ...
2009–10 Israeli Premier League - Playoffs - Bottom Playoff - Relegation Playoff
... The 14th-placed team Hapoel Ramat Gan faced the 3rd-placed Liga Leumit team Hapoel Kfar Saba ... The winner Hapoel Ramat Gan earned a spot in the 2010–11 Israeli Premier League. 22 May 1845 ... UTC+3 Hapoel Ramat Gan 1–0 Hapoel Kfar Saba Haberfeld Stadium, Rishon LeZion Attendance 4,000 Referee Eitan Tabrizi Hermon 84' Report (Hebrew) ...
Holders - Toto Cup
... Season Top Division Second Division Third Division 1984–85 Maccabi Yavne Hapoel Ashkelon Not held 1985–86 Hapoel Petah Tikva Hapoel Hadera Not held 1986–87 Shimshon Tel Aviv ...
Liga Leumit - Past Seasons Champions
... Season Winner Also promoted Relegated 1999–2000 Tzafririm Holon Hapoel Ashkelon 2000–01 Hapoel Be'er Sheva Maccabi Kiryat Gat Hapoel Jerusalem, Maccabi Ironi Kiryat Ata 2001–02 ...
Ha Makhtesh Stadium
... HaMakhtesh) was a stadium in the central Israeli city of Giv'atayim and the home of Hapoel Ramat Gan ... was 9,000 for the championship-deciding match between Hapoel Ramat Gan and Hapoel Petah Tikva on 28 March 1964, which was won by the home side ... Despite Hapoel playing in the UEFA Cup in the 2003–04 UEFA Cup, the stadium has never witnessed European football, as due to a UEFA ban on matches being played in Israel because of security concerns ...

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