Hapoel Ramat Gan Giv'atayim F.C.

Hapoel Ramat Gan FC Giv'atayim ( Hebrew: מועדון כדורגל הפועל רמת גן גבעתיים, Moadon Kaduregel Hapoel Ramat Gan Giv'atayim ) is an Israeli football club based in Ramat Gan and the adjacent Givatayim.

  • 2.1 Achievements


The club was founded in 1927 by Jewish settlers and was after the Israeli War of Independence, one of the founding members of the first Israeli league. 1960 rose from Hapoel in the second division, but was able to rise already three years later and win the following season 1963/1964 as promoted the Israeli championship. This success, however, was unable to match Hapoel in the coming decades and played in the 90s partly in the third Israeli league.

2003 succeeded Hapoel became the first team to win the Israeli Cup as a non- first division, which at the same time to qualify for the first round of the UEFA Cup meant in the Hapoel the Bulgarian club Levski in return match with 0:1 and 0:4 subject. Since 2012, Hapoel Ramat Gan plays in the first Israeli league.


  • Israeli champion: 1964
  • Israel State Cup winners: 2003, 2013


Hapoel Ramat Gan entertained for a long time, a basketball team that was runner-up six times and five times by Israeli Israeli Vice Cup Winners' Cup and completed a total of ten seasons in the European Cup, four of them in the European Cup winners and six in Korac Cup. End of the 80s, the team was disbanded. 2011 founded fans of Hapoel a new basketball team that plays in the fifth division.


  • 5x Israeli runners
  • 4x Israeli Vice Cup Winners