The word Maccabi (Hebrew: מכבי‎) used to refer to one of the Maccabees, whose story has become synonymous with courage, success and victory. Nowadays, several Israeli and Jewish organisations carry this name:

  • Maccabi (sports), international sports association
    • Category:Maccabi, member associations
  • Maccabi Sherutei Briut, an Israeli Health Maintenance Organization
  • Maccabee (beer), produced by Tempo Beer Industries Ltd.
  • Maccabim-Re'ut, a former local council in central Israel
  • Operation Maccabi, a 1948 military operation attempting to clear Arab forces blocking the road from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

Other articles related to "maccabi":

Marlon De Jesús - Club Career - Deportivo Quito - Loan To Maccabi Haifa
... Marlon was subsequently loaned to Maccabi Haifa to get some more footballing experience ... He only played 6 unimpressive games, scoring no goals for Maccabi Haifa ...
Ligat Ha'Al - Champions - Champions
... Season Club 1999–2000 Hapoel Tel Aviv 2000–01 Maccabi Haifa 2001–02 Maccabi Haifa 2002–03 Maccabi Tel Aviv 2003–04 Maccabi Haifa 2004–05 Maccabi Haifa 2005–06 Maccabi Haifa 2006–07 ...
List Of 2008–09 Israeli Football Transfers - Bnei Sakhnin - Out
... Bogdan Apostu - free agent Ilya Yavruyan - signed for Maccabi Tel Aviv Islam Kana'an - signed for Maccabi Ahi Nazareth John Jairo Culma - signed for Maccabi Haifa Leonard Krupnik - signed for Maccabi Haifa ...
Maccabi Ashdod B.C. - History
... The team was founded in 1961 by "Maccabi Ashdod Sports Association", Built on Former Players of Maccabi Cairo who migrated to Israel and played in the first years in ... In the State Cup, Lost to Maccabi Tel Aviv at the Semi-final ... the finals of the championship of Israel, and Lost to Maccabi Tel Aviv at the final game 63-83 ...
Maccabi Men's Challenger
... The Maccabi Men's Challenger was a professional tennis tournament played on outdoor hard courts ... It was held at the Maccabi Tennis Club in Melbourne, Australia, in 2009 ...