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Ironi Nahariya

 

Ironi Nahariya

Ironi Nahariya (Hebrew: עירוני נהריה‎) is a professional basketball club based in Nahariya in northern Israel. The team plays in Liga Leumit, the Second division in Israeli basketball.

History

Nahariya, which was founded as "Hapoel Nahariya" has played in the Israeli Premier League for the first time in the 1991/92 season. The club played there for two seasons until they relegated to the second league and two years later relegated again to the third league. In the 1999/00 season, Nahariya has promoted back to the second season and in the 2001/02 season they came beck to the Premier League, after eight years of absence.

In 2009/10 the team relegated to the second league again, after losing a playoff series against Hapoel Holon .

Achievements

2002–03 – Ligat HaAl final series (lost 0-3 to Maccabi Tel Aviv).
2003–04 – FIBA Europe League quarterfinalist (lost 1-2 to Ural Great).
2004–05 – FIBA Europe League quarterfinalist (lost 1-2 to BC Kyiv).
2008–09 – Israeli Basketball League Cup final (lost 69-84 to Hapoel Jerusalem).

External links

  • Official website (Hebrew)
  • Fans site (Hebrew)


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