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1963–64 Liga Leumit

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1963–64 Liga Leumit

The 1963–64 Liga Leumit season saw Hapoel Ramat Gan win their first, and to date only championship. They were the first club to win the title the season after being promoted, having been in Liga Alef the previous season.

Maccabi Jaffa's Yisrael Ashkenazi was the league's top scorer with 21 goals, whilst Hapoel Lod were relegated at the end of their first season in the top division.

Final table

Pos Club P W D L GF GA GD Pts Notes
1 Hapoel Ramat Gan 28 17 6 5 52 33 19 40
2 Maccabi Jaffa 28 15 9 4 51 26 25 39
3 Hapoel Petah Tikva 28 15 8 5 50 29 21 38
4 Hapoel Tel Aviv 28 12 10 6 48 34 14 34
5 Maccabi Tel Aviv 28 13 5 10 40 32 8 31
6 Hapoel Haifa 28 11 7 10 41 31 10 29
7 Maccabi Petah Tikva 28 12 4 12 46 39 7 28
8 Hakoah Ramat Gan 28 11 5 12 36 41 -5 27
9 Shimshon Tel Aviv 28 7 10 11 44 46 -2 24
10 Hapoel Tiberias 28 10 4 14 41 52 -11 24
11 Maccabi Sha'arayim 28 10 4 14 29 44 -15 24
12 Bnei Yehuda 28 8 7 13 36 46 -10 23
13 Maccabi Haifa 28 8 7 13 31 47 -16 23
14 Hapoel Jerusalem 28 6 8 14 27 46 -19 20
15 Hapoel Lod 28 5 6 17 17 43 -26 16 Relegated to Liga Alef

References

  • Israel - List of final tables RSSSF
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