F.C. Ashdod

The MS Ashdod (Hebrew מועדון ספורט אשדוד ) is an Israeli football club based in Ashdod. He plays in the top division of Israel, Ligat ha'Al. The club colors are yellow and red


The club was founded in 1999 as a merger of the two clubs Hapoel Ashdod and Maccabi Aschdoder Ironi Ashdod. In the first year after the founding of the club was still blue color. A year later, they chose the club colors of yellow ( Maccabi ) and red ( Hapoel ). Initially, the club was not very successful before one 2004/ 05 reached the third place in the league in the season and lost in the cup final on penalties. In the 2005/06er season the club played in the UEFA Cup, but had to hit the Slovenian representatives give.

Former Players

  • Israel Moshe Ohayon
  • Ghana Emmanuel Pappoe
  • Israel Moshe Ohayon
  • Israel Haim Revivo
  • Croatia Josko Bilic, a former professional in Croatia, Israel and Belgium and worked in Austria Salzburg
  • Poland Andrzej Kubica, a former professional in Belgium, France, Japan, Israel and Poland and has been with Austria Vienna and Rapid Vienna
  • Finland Jani Viander Finnish national team, professional in Finland, Belgium, England, Denmark, Israel and Cyprus, currently working at AC Oulu
  • Israel Ilan Bakhar Israeli national team, professional in Spain, Portugal and Israel
  • Israel Asaf Domb, Israeli national team
  • Ghana Blessing Kaku, Ghanaian national team, former legionnaire in England and Belgium
  • Aziz Ansah Ghana, Ghanaian national team, former legionnaire in Israel and Belgium, currently operating in Ghana
  • Cameroon Jean Dika Dika -, Cameroonian International, former legionnaire in Austria at LASK Linz
  • Ernest Etchi Cameroon, Cameroonian International

Hapoel Akko | MS Ashdod | Hapoel Be'er Sheva | Hapoel Haifa | Haifa Maccabi | Beitar Jerusalem | Hapoel Ironi Kiryat Shmona | Maccabi Netanya | Hapoel Ramat Gan | Hapoel Ironi HaScharon | Bnei Sakhnin FC | Bnei Yehuda Tel Aviv | Hapoel Tel Aviv | Maccabi Tel Aviv

  • Israeli football club
  • Ashdod
  • Established in 1999