Tag Archives: Hapoel Tel Aviv Football Club

  • Reporting Racist Incidents in Israeli Soccer

    29 March 2023

    NIF’s Kick It Out report revealed a rise in racist and violent incidents in Israel’s top soccer league

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  • Israeli Teams Show Solidarity with Holot Detainees

    23 March 2017

    Top Israeli soccer players made the journey down to the desert detention center to make a statement against racism.

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  • Jewish and Arab Fans Join Together to Kick Racism Out of Soccer

    3 October 2013

    Dozens of Arab and Jewish fans met before the opening match of Israel’s new soccer season to prepare anti-racism banners. The fans of Hapoel Tel Aviv and from the Arab city of Sakhnin also discussed the need for shared society and tolerance. The fans’ banners were prevalent in the stands as the players came onto the field wearing “Football for All” shirts in Arabic, Hebrew, and English. The players then kicked “Respect” balls, donated by the Union of European Football Associations, into the crowd.

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