The Netanya Stadium (Hebrew: אצטדיון נתניה‎‎; Itztadi'on Netanya) is a multi-use stadium in Netanya. Financing of the stadium came from the sale of the land where the old Sar-Tov Stadium was on before being demolished to be used for a housing project.The first game was played on November 4, 2012 in front of a sold out crowd as Maccabi Netanya defeated Hapoel Tel Aviv 2-1.

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  • The Netanya Stadium (Hebrew: אצטדיון נתניה‎‎; Itztadi'on Netanya) is a multi-use stadium in Netanya. Financing of the stadium came from the sale of the land where the old Sar-Tov Stadium was on before being demolished to be used for a housing project.The first game was played on November 4, 2012 in front of a sold out crowd as Maccabi Netanya defeated Hapoel Tel Aviv 2-1. Netanya's Achmad Saba'a became the first player to score a goal in the new stadium.The stadium hosted the 2012–13 Israel State Cup finals in front of 8,000 people. A week later the Youth State Cup finals was held in the stadium in front of 4,600 people.It was one of four venues for the 2013 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship, holding three group matches and a semi-final. It was also one of four stadiums to host the 2015 UEFA European women's under-19 Football Championship and the final of the tournament. (en)
  • The Netanya Stadium (Hebrew: אצטדיון נתניה‎‎; Itztadi'on Netanya) is a multi-use stadium in Netanya. Financing of the stadium came from the sale of the land where the old Sar-Tov Stadium was on before being demolished to be used for a housing project.The first game was played on November 4, 2012, in front of a sold-out crowd as Maccabi Netanya defeated Hapoel Tel Aviv 2–1. Netanya's Achmad Saba'a became the first player to score a goal in the new stadium.The stadium hosted the 2012–13 Israel State Cup finals in front of 8,000 people. A week later the Youth State Cup finals were held in the stadium in front of 4,600 people.It was one of four venues for the 2013 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship, holding three group matches and a semi-final. It was also one of four stadiums to host the 2015 UEFA European women's under-19 Football Championship and the final of the tournament. (en)
  • The Netanya Stadium (Hebrew: אצטדיון נתניה‎; Itztadi'on Netanya) is a multi-use stadium in Netanya. Financing of the stadium came from the sale of the land where the old Sar-Tov Stadium was on before being demolished to be used for a housing project.The first game was played on November 4, 2012, in front of a sold-out crowd as Maccabi Netanya defeated Hapoel Tel Aviv 2–1. Netanya's Achmad Saba'a became the first player to score a goal in the new stadium.The stadium hosted the 2012–13 Israel State Cup finals in front of 8,621 people. A week later the Youth State Cup finals were held in the stadium in front of 4,600 people.It was one of four venues for the 2013 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship, holding three group matches and a semi-final. It was also one of four stadiums to host the 2015 UEFA European women's under-19 Football Championship and the final of the tournament. (en)
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  • The Netanya Stadium (Hebrew: אצטדיון נתניה‎; Itztadi'on Netanya) is a multi-use stadium in Netanya. Financing of the stadium came from the sale of the land where the old Sar-Tov Stadium was on before being demolished to be used for a housing project.The first game was played on November 4, 2012, in front of a sold-out crowd as Maccabi Netanya defeated Hapoel Tel Aviv 2–1. (en)
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