Liga Leumit

Liga Leumit (Hebrew: ליגה לאומית, lit. National League) is the second tier in the Israeli football league system below the Premier League.

Read more about Liga Leumit:  Structure, History, Past Seasons Champions, Member Clubs, 2012–13

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Liga Alef - Structure
... Today, Liga Alef is split into two regional divisions on a north-south basis ... towns south of the city, and currently only Hapoel Arad are in Liga Alef), the northern clubs tend to be clustered in the Galilee region, making travel to away matches much less of a chore ... finishing top of each regional division is promoted to Liga Leumit, whilst the two second-placed teams have a play-off, with the winner playing-off against the third-bottom team in Liga Leumit for a place ...
Shimshon Tel Aviv F.C. - History
... promotion to the top flight (then called Liga Leumit) in 1960 as Liga Alef champions ... setback the previous season, Shimshon had a successful 1973-74, finishing high enough in Liga Alef to take part in the new promotion/relegation play-offs ... They finished second in the play-off group, and were promoted back to Liga Leumit ...
Maccabi Netanya - History
... In 1961–62 the club finished bottom of Liga Leumit (then the top division) and were relegated to Liga Alef ... In 1972–73 Neyanya finished thirteenth in Liga Leumit, avoiding relegation by only two points ... In 1994–95 Netanya finished bottom of Liga Leumit and were relegated to Liga Artzit, in the same season the youth team won the youth championship ...
1999–2000 Liga Leumit
... The 1999–2000 Liga Leumit season was the first in which Liga Leumit was Israeli football's second tier, following the establishment of the Israeli Premier League in the summer of 1999 ... Maccabi Jaffa started the season in Liga Leumit, but a failure to have their budget approved by the Israel Football Association led to them being replaced by Bnei Sakhnin (who had finished 9th the previous ... whilst Hapoel Ashkelon finished bottom and were relegated to Liga Artzit ...