Doing due diligence, the Israel Football Association raises suspicions about the financial muscle of the new UAE partner in Beitar Jerusalem
Beitar Jerusalem is the only major Israeli soccer club never to have signed an Arab player. Moshe Hogeg saw an 'opportunity to buy this club and to fix this racist problem. And then I could do something that is bigger than soccer'
A number of top European gymnasts were absent from this year’s tournament due to COVID-19, clearing the way for Artem Dolgopyat to be the clear favorite
Photographer Alma Machness-Kass, whose photo series documenting women’s soccer teams was spray-painted in black, says 'just the opposite' of what she intended happened
Emirati businessman, Sheikh Al Nahyan, says he wants to show the club's small core of 'brainwashed' right-wing fans 'the light'
Known for its exuberantly anti-Arab fanbase, Beitar Jerusalem remains scarred by its past as Israel's underdog. But trust an Emirati billionaire to know where to place his bet: Beitar now represents the Israeli elite
Despite protests by far-right fans, who boast of never having an Arab player, Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al Nahyan acquires significant stakes in Beitar Jerusalem, though Israeli Moshe Hogeg remains majority shareholder
Dozens of trespassers shouted racist slogans in protest of the proposed $30-million deal from an Abu Dhabi royal
In an era of technology, big data and performance analysis, who would take notice of a lean, barefoot, disruptive kid like Maradona?
Her gold medal was the fifth awarded to a member of the Israeli senior team in four days of competition
Owner of Beitar Jerusalem, who has a prominent far-right fan club, says he received letter of intent from Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al Nahyan to buy stake of about 50%
Shmuel Lalkin, who headed the Israel Sport Federation for 33 years, was considered one of the most influential figures in Israeli sports
Unlike Men’s Team, Israeli Women’s Basketball Team Put on Commercial Flight, Exposing Them to Coronavirus
Women players were exposed to coronavirus on commercial flight returning to Crete while men's national team avoided exposure by flying on private jets
With parents who both played the game, basketball is in Deni Avdija’s DNA. Now, the 19-year-old became only the third Israeli to land an NBA deal
With parents who both played the game, basketball is in Deni Avdija’s DNA. The 19-year-old is expected to become only the third Israeli to land an NBA deal on Wednesday
Professional teams are back with a limited schedule, but without ticket-buying fans they face more losses. Youth sports, Olympians also suffering
Over the years, many pseudoscientific and unfounded theories have been spouted in an attempt to solve the ‘mystery.’ But the real answer remains painfully obvious
Source involved in investigation of former Maccabi Tel Aviv players, Dor Micha and Omer Atzili, says the two minors who slept with them concealed the fact that they were under the age of consent
Extremist La Familia fan organization is opposed to hiring Arab players, but Beitar Jerusalem hails 'new winds of peace that are blowing in the Middle East' with Israel-UAE normalization
The players, under investigation for statutory rape of 15-year-old girls, are 'disappointed and saddened by the one-sided decision,' their agent says
'ISN’s impact on the sport is rapidly expanding, and I’m energized to be along for the ride. I feel we can achieve great things together,' British athlete says of new team
Jamal Mohammed was just 8 when militants raided his village, killing his father and nearly 100 other residents. Fleeing at 16, he put his life back on track at an athletic club in south Tel Aviv and now dreams of competing in Tokyo
'We're here so they understand they’re not alone,' says one protester
Athlete-turned-businessman Haim Revivo is suspected of wrongdoing in connection with a real estate project, in a probe that's an offshoot of an investigation into Likud lawmaker
With remarkable behind-the-scenes footage of the Chicago Bulls’ 1998 championship season, ‘The Last Dance’ documentary brilliantly recounts how Michael Jordan and Dennis Rodman brought their A game to the NBA
In the mid '90s, Michael Jordan's ex-wife sent an Air Jordan 1 sneaker and a mitt to Israel for reproduction in silver. They have stayed here ever since. With Netflix's 'The Last Dance,' the memories resurfaced
South Korean soccer league and WSC Sports may blaze a trail for monetizing games without any fans attending
'Keeping your distance seems like a simple concept, but if the beginning goes well, you start getting into the flow of practice and suddenly find yourself on top of a teammate'
Coronavirus restrictions push the Israel Association of Baseball to move to virtual training to keep kids 'within some kind of baseball connection'