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2006–07 Israeli Basketball Super League

Top Rebounder – Kenny Adelka Hapoel Galil Elyon 9.3. Top scorer – Ricardo Marsh Elitzur Ashkelon 20.9 Per game. Top Steals – Marcus Hatten Elitzur Ashkelon 2.7. Top Assists – Guni Israeli Hapoel Gilboa / Afula 6.5.

                                               

2006–07 in Israeli football

The 2006–07 season was the 59th season of competitive football in Israel, and the 80th season under the Israeli Football Association, established in 1928, during the British Mandate.

                                               

2007–2008 Israeli Final Four

The 2007–2008 Israeli Final Four, the third Israeli Final Four, was held at Yad Eliyahu Arena, Tel Aviv, Israel on 27 and 29 May 2008 to determine the winner of the 2007–2008 Israeli League. The contestants were Maccabi Tel Aviv, the 2006–2007 Is ...

                                               

2007 Israeli Basketball League Cup

The 2007 Israeli Basketball League Cup, for sponsorship reasons Winner Cup 2007, was the 2nd edition of the Israeli basketball pre-season tournament. It was played on 14 October-18 October in Jerusalem at the Malha Arena, during the jewish holida ...

                                               

2007–08 Euroleague quarterfinals

Euroleague 2007–08 quarterfinals are the four quarterfinals of Euroleague 2007-08, and its main leading to Final Four. There are only eight teams, who will play two or three games series. Third games will be played, if necessary.

                                               

2007–08 Israeli Basketball Super League

Source: Official Ligat HaAl website Pts=Points, P=Matches played, W=Matches won, L=Matches lost, F=Points for, A=Points against, D=Points difference. 1. Due to a firecracker thrown into the court during the match between Hapoel Holon and Hapoel J ...

                                               

2007–08 Israeli Basketball State Cup

The Israeli Basketball State Cup 2007-08 was organized by the IBA. 24 teams that took part in the competition. The semifinals and finals were played at Yad Eliyahu Arena in Tel Aviv, Israel. Hapoel Jerusalem won their 4th cup title, beating Macca ...

                                               

2009 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualification Group 9

The teams competing in Group 9 of the 2009 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying competition are Germany, Israel, Luxembourg, Moldova and Northern Ireland.

                                               

2008–2009 Israeli Final Four

The 2008–2009 Israeli Final Four, the fourth Israeli Final Four was held at Yad Eliyahu Arena, Tel Aviv, Israel on 19 and 21 May 2009 to determine the winner of the 2008–2009 Israeli League. The contestants were Maccabi Tel Aviv, the 2007–08 Isra ...

                                               

2008 Israeli Basketball League Cup

The 2008 Israeli Basketball League Cup, for sponsorship reasons Winner Cup 2008, was the 3rd edition of the Israeli Basketball League Cup pre-season tournament. It was played between 12 October and 16 October at Malha Arena in Jerusalem and at Ga ...

                                               

2008 Gomelsky Cup

2008 Gomelsky Cup was a basketball competition in Europe that occurred in Moscow between September 22, 2008 and September 24, 2008. Four top teams from Euroleague participated in this tournament - CSKA Moscow, Maccabi Tel Aviv, Panathinaikos Athe ...

                                               

2008–09 Israeli Basketball Super League

The Israeli Basketball Super League 2008-2009 season was the 55th season of the top basketball league in Israel. The season began on 26 October 2008 and ended on 21 May 2009. Maccabi Tel Aviv won its 48th league title, defeating Maccabi Haifa Hea ...

                                               

2008–09 Israeli Basketball State Cup

The 2008-09 Israeli Basketball State Cup was the 49th edition of the Israeli Basketball State Cup, organized by the Israel Basketball Association. 26 teams took part in the competition. The semifinals and finals were played at the Nokia Arena in ...

                                               

2009–2010 Israeli Final Four

The 2009–2010 Israeli Final Four, the fifth Israeli Final Four was held at Yad Eliyahu Arena, Tel Aviv, Israel on 25 and 27 May 2010 to determine the winner of the 2009–2010 Israeli League. The contestants were Maccabi Tel Aviv, the 2008–2009 Isr ...

                                               

2009–10 Israeli Basketball Super League

The 2009–2010 Israeli Basketball Super League was the 56th season of the top basketball league in Israel. The season began on 24 October 2009. The final four event was played on 25–27 May 2010. The defending champion was Maccabi Tel Aviv, but the ...

                                               

2009–10 Israeli Basketball State Cup

The 2009–10 Israeli Basketball State Cup was the 50th edition of the Israeli Basketball State Cup, organized by the Israel Basketball Association. 26 teams participated in the competition. The semifinals and finals was played at the Yad Eliyahu A ...

                                               

2009 Israeli Basketball League Cup

Winner Cup 2009 was the 4th edition of the Israeli basketball pre-season tournament Winner Cup. It was played between October 4 and October 8 in Jerusalem at the Malha Arena, during the Jewish holiday of Sukkot. Hapoel Jerusalem has won the cup a ...

                                               

2009–10 Hapoel Tel Aviv F.C. season

The 2009–10 season was Hapoel Tel Avivs 69th season in Israeli Premier League, and their 20th consecutive season in the top division of Israeli football. The season was a big success for the club, winning the League Cup and the State of Israel.

                                               

2000 Latvian Higher League

The 2000 season in the Latvian Higher League, named Virslīga, was the tenth domestic competition since the Baltic nation gained independence from the Soviet Union on 6 September 1991. Eight teams competed in this edition, with Skonto FC claiming ...

                                               

2000–01 Latvian Hockey League season

The 2000-01 Latvian Hockey League season was the tenth season of the Latvian Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Latvia. Seven teams participated in the league, and HK Riga 2000 won the championship.

                                               

2001 Latvian Higher League

The 2001 season in the Latvian Higher League, named Virslīga, was the eleventh domestic competition since the Baltic nation gained independence from the Soviet Union on 6 September 1991. Eight teams competed in this edition, with Skonto FC claimi ...

                                               

2001–02 Latvian Hockey League season

The 2001-02 Latvian Hockey League season was the 11th season of the Latvian Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Latvia. Six teams participated in the league, and HK Liepājas Metalurgs won the championship.

                                               

2002 Latvian Higher League

The 2002 season in the Latvian Higher League, named Virslīga, was the twelfth domestic competition since the Baltic nation gained independence from the Soviet Union on 6 September 1991. Eight teams competed in this edition, with Skonto FC claimin ...

                                               

UEFA Euro 2004 qualifying Group 4

Standings and results for Group 4 of the UEFA Euro 2004 qualifying tournament. Group 4 consisted of Hungary, Latvia, Poland, San Marino and Sweden. The group winners were Sweden, who finished one point away from second place the national team of ...

                                               

2002–03 Latvian Hockey League season

The 2002-03 Latvian Hockey League season was the 12th season of the Latvian Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Latvia. Six teams participated in the league, and HK Liepājas Metalurgs won the championship.

                                               

2003 Latvian Higher League

The 2003 season in the Latvian Higher League, named Virslīga, was the thirteenth domestic competition since the Baltic nation gained independence from the Soviet Union on 6 September 1991. Eight teams competed in this edition, with Skonto FC clai ...

                                               

2003–04 Latvian Hockey League season

The 2003-04 Latvian Hockey League season was the 13th season of the Latvian Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Latvia. Nine teams participated in the league, and HK Riga 2000 won the championship.

                                               

2004 Latvian Higher League

The 2004 season in the Latvian Higher League, named Virslīga, was the 14th domestic competition since the Baltic nation gained independence from the Soviet Union on 6 September 1991. Eight teams competed in this edition, with Skonto FC claiming t ...

                                               

2006 FIFA World Cup qualification – UEFA Group 3

The 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification UEFA Group 3 was a UEFA qualifying group for the 2006 FIFA World Cup. The group comprised Estonia, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Portugal, Russia and Slovakia. The group won the Portugal, who qualified f ...

                                               

2004–05 Latvian Hockey League season

The 2004-05 Latvian Hockey League season was the 14th season of the Latvian Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Latvia. Eight teams participated in the league, and HK Riga 2000 won the championship.

                                               

2005 Latvian Higher League

The 2005 season in the Latvian Higher League, named Virslīga, was the 15th domestic football competition since the Baltic nation gained independence from the Soviet Union on 6 September 1991. Eight teams competed in this edition, with FK Liepājas ...

                                               

2005–06 Latvian Hockey League season

The 2005-06 Latvian Hockey League season was the 15th season of the Latvian Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Latvia. Seven teams participated in the league, and HK Riga 2000 won the championship.

                                               

UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying Group F

Standings and results for Group of the UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying tournament. Spain secured qualification to the tournament proper on 17 November 2007 after a 3: 0-victory against Sweden, becoming the tenth team in the whole of the qualification s ...

                                               

2006–07 Latvian Hockey League season

The 2006–07 Latvian Hockey League season was the 16th season of the Latvian Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Latvia. Six teams participated in the league, and HK Riga 2000 won the championship.

                                               

2007–08 FIBA EuroCup Group D

All times given below are in Central European Time.

                                               

Euroleague Women 2007–08 Regular Season Group A

Standings and Results for Group A of the Regular Season phase of the 2007-08 Euroleague Women basketball tournament. Main page: Euroleague women 2007-08

                                               

2007 Latvian Higher League

The 2007 Latvian Higher League season was the 16th Virslīga season. It started on 7 April 2007 and finished on 4 December 2007. Eight teams competed in the league, playing each other four times over the course of the season, twice at home and twi ...

                                               

2007–08 Latvian Hockey League season

The 2007-08 Latvian Hockey League season was the 17th season of the Latvian Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Latvia. Seven teams participated in the league, and HK Liepājas Metalurgs won the championship.

                                               

2008 Latvian Higher League

The 2008 Virslīga season was the 17th Virslīga season. It began on 5 April 2008 with the first round of games and ended on 9 November 2008 with the final matches of the championship and relegation rounds. Ventspils were the defending champions.

                                               

2008–09 Latvian Hockey League season

The 2008-09 Latvian Hockey League season was the 18th season of the Latvian Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Latvia. Eight teams participated in the league, and HK Liepājas Metalurgs won the championship.

                                               

2009–10 VTB United League

The VTB United League 2009–10 was the first complete season of the VTB United League, which is Eastern Europes top-tier level competition for mens professional basketball clubs.

                                               

2009 Latvian Higher League

Latvian Higher League 2009 was the 18th season of top-tier football in Latvia. It began on 14 March 2009 with the first round of games and ended on 8 November 2009 with the 36th round of matches. Ventspils were the defending champions. Due to the ...

                                               

2009–10 Latvian Hockey League season

The 2009-10 Latvian Hockey League season was the 19th season of the Latvian Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Latvia. Eight teams participated in the league, and Dinamo-Juniors Riga won the championship. Dinamo-Juniors Riga and Liepāj ...

                                               

2002 FIFA World Cup qualification – UEFA Group 8

The five teams in this group played against each other on a home-and-away basis. The group winner Italy qualified for the 17th FIFA World Cup held in South Korea and Japan. The runner-up Romania advanced to the UEFA Play-off and played against Sl ...

                                               

2000–01 Lithuanian Hockey League season

The 2000–01 Lithuanian Hockey League season was the 10th season of the Lithuanian Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Lithuania. Five teams participated in the league, and SC Energija won the championship. SC Energija received a bye unt ...

                                               

2001 LFF Lyga

Final tables of the Lithuanian Championship in 2001 are presented below. The Lithuanian Football Federation organized three football leagues: A Lyga, 1 Lyga, and 2 Lyga, which comprised several regional zones.

                                               

2001–02 Lithuanian Hockey League season

The 2001–02 Lithuanian Hockey League season was the 11th season of the Lithuanian Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Lithuania. Six teams participated in the league, and Garsu Pasaulis Vilnius won the championship. SC Energija received ...

                                               

2002 LFF Lyga

Final tables of the Lithuanian Championship in 2002 are presented below. The Lithuanian Football Federation organized three football leagues: A Lyga, 1 Lyga, and 2 Lyga, which comprised four regional zones, with a new North zone being added for t ...

                                               

2002–03 Lithuanian Hockey League season

The 2002–03 Lithuanian Hockey League season was the 12th season of the Lithuanian Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Lithuania. 13 teams participated in the league, and SC Energija won the championship. SC Energija received a bye until ...

                                               

2003 LFF Lyga

Final tables of the Lithuanian Championship in 2003 are presented below. The Lithuanian Football Federation organized three football leagues: A Lyga, 1 Lyga, and 2 Lyga, which comprised four regional zones.

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