Bloomfield Stadium

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The Bloomfield Stadium, located in Tel Aviv is a venue mainly committed for Israeli Football- a sport well-loved in the Middle East. It can accommodate an exciting crowd of 14,700 guests.

The stadium was built at the exact location where the Basa Stadium once stood. The latter was home to the Hapoel Tel Aviv since the 1950′s. The building of the stadium was supported and financed by a Canadian charity, the Canadian Association of Laour Israel, who made partnership with the Hapoel Sports Movement in their charitable works. It was to honor the members of the Bloomfield family from Montreal, Canada, namely Bernard and Louis Bloomfield who administered the Eldee Foundation, another Canadian foundation who supported Hapoel and dedicated themselves in developing Sports in Israel.

Other famous Israeli sport clubs like the Maccabi Tel Aviv and the Bnei Yehuda are tenants of the stadium. Making it the only stadium to house top three divisions of the Israeli Football League. It was also granted Category 4 status by the UEFA, allowing it to host matches for the Champions League Group Stages.

Many international and local chart-toppers like Rihanna, The Black Eyed Peas, Scorpions and Phil Collins have also performed for the public in the big and spacious stadium.

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