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The National Sports Center - Tel Aviv Ltd. is a company jointly owned by the Olympic Committee of Israel and the Tel Aviv Municipality.
The company is built on an area of 55 acres, extending the full length of Bechor Shitrit Street in the Hadar Yosef neighborhood.
The location is divided into three main areas:

Tennis Center

 Eighteen tennis courts, of which two are dual-purpose, used also as basketball courts.
This area includes the Stuko event hall as well as the offices of the Sports Center, the Israel Tennis Association and the Israel Gymnastic Association.



The multi-sports center building

Level -2 Maccabi Healthcare Services - physiotherapy center.
Level -1: sports gyms and Olympics committees Judo gym, studio gym, athletes fitness gym, an extension of the Wingate School for in-service training, apparatus gymnastics gym, the only one of its kind in Israel, artistic gymnastics gym, and basketball/ volleyball/ handball main gym.
The following Olympic associations also reside there: Volleyball, Cycling, Judo, Israel Sports Federation, Handball, Maccabim Association and Maccabi Tel Aviv Basketball Youth Department.

The gyms are used first and foremost by the senior athletes and the Israel National Teams in the various sports.
The main gym is the home base of Maccabi Tel Aviv Handball, Volleyball and Basketball.
Ground floor: Go Active fitness center, yoga studio, Pilates studio and a cafe
Level -1: spa, Medix - sports medicine center, and the Maccabi Tel Aviv Sports offices.
Level -2: the Olympic Committee of Israel offices and the “Olympic Experience”.


Athletics stadium

The National Athletics Stadium, which hosts the annual Israeli Athletics Championship as well as the local associations league and school tournaments organized by the Ministry of Education and the Israel School Sports Association.
The complex boasts a main stadium with eight lanes, and a training stadium with six lanes. The stand has a 6000-seat capacity.
The track was last renovated in 2008, ahead of the Maccabiah Games, and has been certified a Class II track by the International Association of Athletics Federations, enabling the hosting of international tournaments, such as the European All-Around Championship in 2010.
2009 saw installing of one of the biggest and most sophisticated scoreboards in Israel, as well as special technologies such as a photo-finish system and display boards for field events.

This section contains the offices of the Israeli Athletics Association, the Israel Sports Association for the Disabled, the Israel Sailing Association, the Israel Canoe Association, the Israel Cricket Association, and the Israel Fencing Association.
This section also contains the Maccabi Tel Aviv Martial Arts and Weightlifting gym.

A history timeline

The tennis courts were built in 1978, and in 1980 a building was added that currently serves as the event hall and offices.
The multi-sport building was built in three key stages:
Starting in 1993, with a apparatus gymnastics gym, and artistic gymnastics gym.
In 1995, the multi-purpose gym was added.
In 2006, the new wing on level -1 was inaugurated, and the ground floor and first floor were populated.
In 2009, the offices of the Olympic Committee of Israel and the Olympic Experience were opened.

Athletics stadium
In 1979, the main stadium’s running tracks were completed.
In September 1980, construction of the floodlights was completed.
In September 1982, construction of the stands (tribunes) was completed.
The first competition was held in May 1983.
The training stadium was built afterwards, in 1988.
 
 

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