1922–23 Maccabi Jerusalem F.C. season

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Maccabi Jerusalem
1922–23 season

The 1922–23 season was Maccabi Jerusalem's 12th season since its establishment in 1911, as the local football association wasn't founded until July 1928, there were no officially organized competitions during the season, and the club played only friendly matches.

Overview[edit]

After a period of over a year of inactivity,[1] the club was re-organized in July 1923,[2] with several clubs becoming affiliated to the Maccabi organization in Jerusalem.[3] The Maccabi organization set up a 6-team league, which was designed to be played between July and October 1923.[3] However, the league was stopped after several weeks in order to reorganize the competition.[4]

Known matches[edit]

The following is a list of matches played by Maccabi affiliated teams during the season.

Date Venue Team 1 Result Team 2 Notes
9 June 1923 Ratisbonne Kadima 5–1[5] Jerusalem Sports Club
16 June 1923 Kadima B 2–0[6] HaTzvi B Abandoned during the 2nd half
16 June 1923 Kadima 0–2[6] RAF
30 June 1923 HaTzvi 4–10[7] RAF
7 July 1923 Hor 0–0[8] Kadima
7 July 1923 HaGibor 1–3[8] RAF
14 July 1923 Kadima 5–1[9] HaGibor
14 July 1923 HaTzvi 2–1[9] Hor
28 July 1923 HaGibor 2–1[4] Hor Jerusalem League
28 July 1923 Kadima 2–1[4] HaTzvi Jerusalem League

References[edit]

  1. ^ To the Question of Football Ground in Tel Aviv Doar HaYom, 16 November 1923, Historical Jewish Press (in Hebrew)
  2. ^ Rejuvenation of the Maccabi Doar HaYom, 9 July 1923, Historical Jewish Press (in Hebrew)
  3. ^ a b The Sport Movement Doar HaYom, 20 July 1923, Historical Jewish Press (in Hebrew)
  4. ^ a b c In the Central Management of the Hebrew Sports Clubs in Jerusalem Doar HaYom 3 August 1923, Historical Jewish Press (in Hebrew)
  5. ^ Jerusalem Day by Day Doar HaYom, 10 June 1923, Historical Jewish Press (in Hebrew)
  6. ^ a b Football Doar HaYom, 19 June 1923, Historical Jewish Press (in Hebrew)
  7. ^ Football Competition Doar HaYom, 1 July 1923, Historical Jewish Press (in Hebrew)
  8. ^ a b Football Doar HaYom, 12 July 1923, Historical Jewish Press (in Hebrew)
  9. ^ a b Football Doar HaYom, 17 July 1923, Historical Jewish Press (in Hebrew)