For the 2012–13 season the league was decreased from 16 to 14 clubs as a result of reforms passed by the IFA on 27 June 2011.  The participating clubs first play a conventional round-robin schedule for a total of 26 matches. Following this, the top six teams play in a championship playoff, where they meet each other twice. Upon its conclusion, the first place team wins the Israeli championship and qualifies to participate in the first qualifying round of the 2021–22 UEFA Champions League. The runners-up and the third-placed teams qualify for the second qualifying round of the 2021–22 UEFA Europa Conference League.
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Since 2010, games summaries are shown online by Ynet, ONE and Sport 5. Cellular Since 2012, ONE owns the broadcasting rights, which was previously owned by Sport 5. Revenue Main sources of revenue for the clubs: Television Ticket sales Merchandise Toto Winner – The Israeli Sports Betting Council Sponsorship UEFA league ranking In European Leagues: As of 8 September 2022 the coefficients are as follows: Source: UEFA Coefficients Graphs, 2023 UEFA Country Ranking Champions For the complete list read the main article.
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Club Positionin 2020–21 First season inthe Israeli Premier League Number of seasonsin the Israeli Premier League First season ofcurrent spell inIsraeli Premier League Top divisiontitles Last top division title Beitar Jerusalem[a][b] 10th 1999–2000 23 6 2007–08 Bnei Sakhnin 6th 2009–10 17 2020–21 0 Never F. C. Ashdod 9th 22 2013–14 Hapoel Be'er Sheva 2nd 2001–02 5 2017–18 Hapoel Hadera 8th 2018–19 Hapoel Haifa[b] 11th 1 1998–99 Hapoel Jerusalem [b] 12th 3 2021-22 Ironi Kiryat Shmona 7th 2003–04 14 2011–12 Hapoel Tel Aviv[b] 5th 13 Maccabi Bnei Reineh 1st Liga Leumit 2022–23 Maccabi Haifa[a][b] 1st 2021–22 Maccabi Netanya 4th 21 1982–83 Maccabi Tel Aviv[a][b] 3rd 2019–20 Sektzia Ness Ziona 2nd Liga Leumit 2 ^ a b c Never been relegated from the Israeli Premier League ^ a b c d e f One of the original Israeli Premier League teams  In recent years, the league has been sponsored.
In its first season there were 14 clubs; the top thirteen clubs from the 1998–99 season and the top place club from the Liga Artzit (then, the third division). That season three clubs were relegated and one from Liga Leumit was promoted.  Competition There are 14 clubs in the league. At the end of each season, the two lowest-placed teams are relegated to Liga Leumit while two highest-placed teams of Liga Leumit are promoted in their place.
There is also a league review show on Saturday nights at Sport 5 channel. Abroad, rights to broadcasting in Hebrew are owned by The Israeli Network which broadcasts the matches in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Panama, Costa Rica and in Europe. In the United Kingdom, William Hill broadcasts matches live with English commentary on their online television service, William Hill TV. Radio The rights of broadcasting on the radio belongs to Radio Tel Aviv since 2011, which broadcast alongside Radio Haifa, Radio Darom, Radio Galei Zahal and Radio Darom 101. 5 in a show called Saturday of Football which also broadcasts live on ONE TV channel. Internet The big match of the week is shown on the Channel 1 website.
7M 2 June 1997 West Ham United All-time table The All-time Israeli Premier League table is a cumulative record of all match results, points and goals of every team that has played in the Israeli Premier League since its inception in 1999. The table that follows is accurate as of the end of the 2021–22 season. Teams in green are part of the 2022–23 Israeli Premier League. Numbers in bold are the record (highest) numbers in each column. Pos. S Pld W D L GF GFPG GA GAPG GD Pts 1° 2° 3° R Avg.
The sponsor has been able to determine the league's sponsorship name. The list below details who the sponsors have been and what they called the competition: 1999–2002: Pelephone – a mobile phone company (Ligat Pelephone) 2005–2010: Toto Winner Organization – the Israeli Sports Betting Board (Ligat Toto) 2010–2016: Toto Winner Organization – the Israeli Sports Betting Board (Ligat Winner) 2016–2018: Toto Winner Organization – the Israeli Sports Betting Board (Ligat Ha'al) 2018–2019: Japanika – Asian restaurant (Ligat Japanika) 2019–2022: Tel Aviv Stock Exchange – Stock Exchange (Ligat Habursa Leniyarot Erech) 2022–2024: ONE ZERO – Digital Bank (Ligat ONE ZERO) Number of foreigners Teams are limited to six foreign players per team.
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) Date Transfer Reference(s) €7. 23M 29 June 2016 Guangzhou R&F Manor Solomon €6M 11 January 2019 Shakhtar Donetsk Predrag Rajković €5M 23 July 2019 Reims Yakubu Ayegbeni €4. 75M 6 January 2003 Portsmouth €4. 37M 31 January 2019 Liel Abada €4M 14 July 2021 Celtic Gadi Kinda €3. 7M 23 January 2020 Kansas City €3. 5M 11 January 1998 Atlético Madrid Tal Ben Haim €2. 9M 1 June 2017 Sparta Prague Eyal Berkovic €2.
ilWebsitefootball. ilCurrent: 2022–23 Israeli Premier League The Israeli Premier League (Hebrew: ליגת העל, Ligat Ha`Al, lit. 'The Super League'), is a professional association football league which operates as the highest division of the Israeli Football League – the state's league of Israel. The league is contested by 14 clubs, and operates on a system of promotion and relegation with its second division Liga Leumit. Seasons run from August to May, with teams playing between 33 and 36 matches each, totalling 240 matches in every season. The competition formed in 1999 following the decision of the Israel Football Association to form a new league.