The Maccabi Petah Tikva FC is a club of Israeli origin that disputes for the first time the Madrid Football Cup. The club is in the First Division of its League and has a record and a history full of local and some international successes.
Founded in 1912 by a group of Jewish students, it has the honor of being considered the second oldest team in Israel. Accumulate two Cups and a Haaretz Tournament Cup and in his last campaigns he is considered one of the teams with the highest progression of the Israeli League, with a third and a second place in 2003/2004 and 2004/2005.
In 2009 the Maccabi was installed in a modern stadium with a capacity for 32,000 spectators, the Petakh Tikva Stadium.
The club is run and controlled entirely by the Luzon brothers. Amos is the president, Avi the sports director and Guy the coach. The Luzon are considered to be the next pioneers in the country’s soccer scene.