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Wikipedia - Hapoel Holon B.C.

Hapoel Holon Basketball Club (Hebrew: מועדון הכדורסל הפועל חולון), is a professional basketball club based in Holon, Israel. The team plays in the Israeli Basketball Premier League (the top tier of Israeli basketball), and internationally in the Basketball Champions League. The team was founded in 1947, and plays in the Holon Toto Hall, which is home to 5,500 spectators.

One of Hapoel Holon's most notable title victories came in 2008, as the club pulled one of the biggest upsets in league history by defeating perennial champions Maccabi Tel Aviv in the Premier League final. The club also went on to win the Israeli Basketball State Cup in 2009, defeating Maccabi Haifa, and also in 2018, defeating Maccabi Tel Aviv. Hapoel Holon won its first-ever international title in 2021 in the form of the Balkan International Basketball League, defeating Bulgarian side Academic Plovdiv.


Hapoel Holon was founded in 1947. It was one of the founding clubs of the top division in 1954, finishing second in their first season.

Hapoel Holon returned to the top division at the end of the 2006–07 season, after playing for 7 years in the second and third divisions. They finished the 2007–08 regular season at the top of the table. They reached the playoff final, where they defeated Maccabi Tel Aviv 73–72 to claim their first championship, with Malik Dixon scoring the winning shot two seconds prior to the end of the game. Former and future NBA player P. J. Tucker won the MVP title. It was the first time Maccabi Tel Aviv had failed to win the championship in 14 years.

The club has reached the final of the Israeli Basketball State Cup six times, but did not pick up their first prize in that competition until 2009, when Brian Tolbert hit a three-pointer as time expired to give them a 69–68 win over Maccabi Haifa in that year's final.

On January 16, 2010, Hapoel Holon celebrated its 1,000th game in the Ligat HaAl.

In 2018, Hapoel Holon won its second State Cup after beating Maccabi Tel Aviv in the Final, behind MVP and former NBA player Glen Rice Jr.

Hapoel Holon is a professional basketball team based in Holon, Israel. The team competes in the Israeli Basketball Premier League, which is the top tier of basketball in Israel. Hapoel Holon has a rich history in Israeli basketball, with multiple championships and successful seasons.

The team is known for its passionate fan base and competitive spirit on the court. Hapoel Holon has a reputation for developing talented players and competing at a high level in both domestic and international competitions.

The team's colors are red and white, and their home games are played at the Holon Toto Arena, a modern and state-of-the-art basketball facility. Hapoel Holon is a respected and well-established team in Israeli basketball, with a strong tradition of success and a bright future ahead.