Liga Bet

Liga Bet (Hebrew: ליגה ב', lit. B League) is the fourth tier of the Israeli football league system.

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Hapoel Bnei Tamra F.C. - History
... During the 1980s the club played in Liga Alef (then the third division), but were relegated to Liga Bet in 1988 ... The following season they dropped into Liga Gimel ... In 1995 they were promoted back to Liga Bet, but were relegated again in 1997 ...
Maccabi Jaffa F.C. - Maccabi Kabilio Jaffa
3,000) Manager Lior Zada League Liga Alef 2010–11 4th Before the beginning of the 2008–09 season, some of Maccabi Jaffa's old fans gathered and reestablished the team ... for the season of 2008-2009 for the bottom league in Israel, Liga Gimel ... In that season, Jaffa won the Israeli State Cup for Liga Gimel, and finished in the first place, with only one lose ...
Maccabi Ironi Tirat Ha Carmel F.C. - History
... The club spent much of its early existence in Liga Gimel, the lowest level of Israeli football ... In the 1990s they were promoted to Liga Bet, where they played Hapoel Tirat HaCarmel for the first time ... Hapoel, for many years the city's main club, were later relegated to Liga Gimel and folded ...
1953–54 Liga Bet
... The 1953–54 Liga Bet season was the last in which Liga Bet was the second tier of Israeli football, as the new Liga Leumit became the top division and Liga Alef became ... Hadera and Beitar Jerusalem (champions of the South Division) promoted to Liga Alef ...

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