The Hapoel Jerusalem B.C. soccer team will be flying to Israel to take on Maccabi Haifa in an Israeli Cup match Saturday night, and they’re donning their most colorful and outrageous uniforms yet—featuring a palm tree print inspired by the team’s fans.
Hapoel Jerusalem is one of the top teams in Israel. But this year, the team found itself without a logo for the 2017–2018 season. They decided to keep the Palm Tree motif from their last season and continue the theme for this year. It worked! The team won their division, clinched the first seed in the playoffs, and advanced to the final. The fans were thrilled.
As Israel prepares to play in their first ever European Cup match against Real Madrid, Israeli fans have turned the palm trees lining the city’s streets into a new symbol of solidarity, as well as of the team’s history.
1. Hapoel Jerusalem B.C Super League And Palm Tree Pattern Hawaiian Shirt
In conclusion, Hapoel Jerusalem B.C are a Jewish football club based in Israel, playing in the Israeli Premier League. They play at the Teddy Kollek Stadium, which holds 32,500 people. They are nicknamed The Eagles. They were founded in 1935, and have played in the top division since 1966. Since the creation of the State of Israel in 1948, the team has been based in Jerusalem. The club’s colours are navy blue and white, with a royal blue sash across the chest. They have an eagle logo on their shirts. Hapoel Jerusalem are known for their very colourful and flamboyant away kit, which includes a palm tree motif.