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Liga Leumit (basketball)

Liga Leumit (basketball)
Country  Israel
Confederation FIBA Europe
Founded 1954
Number of teams 14
Levels on pyramid 2
Promotion to Ligat Winner
Relegation to Liga Artzit
Domestic cup(s) State Cup
Website www.ibba.one.co.il
Liga Leumit (basketball) is located in Israel
Nahariya
Nahariya
Ramat Gan
Ramat Gan
Afula
Afula
Ness Ziona
Ness Ziona
Hod HaSharon
Hod HaSharon
Kfar saba
Kfar saba
Kiryat Tiv'on
Kiryat Tiv'on
Galil Elyon
Galil Elyon
Ramla
Ramla
Kiryat Bialik
Kiryat Bialik
Yavne
Yavne
Kiryat Ata
Kiryat Ata
Be'er Ya'akov
Be'er Ya'akov
Kiryat Gat
Kiryat Gat
League Map 2011-12

Liga Leumit (Hebrew: ליגה לאומית‎, lit. National League) is the second tier of league basketball competition in Israel, below the Israeli Basketball Super League.

League system

The league contains 14 clubs that compete in a home-and-away round-robin. At the end of the season, the top eight clubs advance to the play-offs. The first round is played on a best-of-three basis. The four winning clubs advance to two best-of-five playoffs, the winners of which are promoted to the Super League.

The two teams that finish at the bottom of the table are relegated to Liga Artzit.

2013–14 members

See also

External links

  • Liga Leumit One.co.il (Hebrew)
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