Israel Super League 05/28 18:00 3 Ironi Ramat Gan vs Elitzur Kiryat Ata - View
Israel Super League 05/30 16:00 3 Elitzur Kiryat Ata vs Ironi Ramat Gan - View
Israel Super League 06/02 16:00 3 Ironi Ramat Gan vs Elitzur Kiryat Ata - View


Israel Super League 05/24 11:00 29 [3] Ironi Ramat Gan v Maccabi Tel Aviv [1] L 81-84
Israel Super League 05/21 16:00 31 [6] Ironi Kiryat Ata v Ironi Ramat Gan [3] L 77-74
Israel Super League 05/15 18:00 30 [2] Hapoel Tel Aviv v Ironi Ramat Gan [3] L 82-71
Israel Super League 05/11 17:40 28 [3] Ironi Ramat Gan v Hapoel Holon [5] L 83-84
Israel Super League 05/03 11:00 27 [3] Maccabi Ramat Gan v Hapoel Jerusalem [4] L 79-93
Israel Super League 04/30 15:00 26 [4] Hapoel Jerusalem v Ironi Ramat Gan [3] W 82-93
Israel Super League 04/21 15:15 25 [3] Ironi Ramat Gan v Hapoel Eilat [11] W 75-69
Israel Super League 04/16 15:00 24 [2] Hapoel Tel Aviv v Ironi Ramat Gan [3] W 81-94
Israel Super League 04/09 17:30 18 [4] Hapoel Holon v Ironi Ramat Gan [3] W 74-75
Israel Super League 04/07 18:00 25 Ironi Ramat Gan v Hapoel Eilat - PPT.
Israel Super League 04/06 18:00 23 [3] Ironi Ramat Gan v Elitzur Kiryat Ata [7] W 94-89
Israel Cup 04/01 17:30 3 Maccabi Tel Aviv v Ironi Ramat Gan L 104-72

Maccabi Ironi Ramat Gan (Hebrew: מכבי עירוני רמת גן, formerly Ironi Ramat Gan) is a professional basketball club based in Ramat Gan in central Israel. The team currently plays in the Israeli Basketball Premier League, the top division of Israeli basketball. It plays at the Shalom Zisman Municipal sports Arena, which has a seating capacity for 1,400.


The Maccabi Ramat Gan basketball club was formed in 1946. Since 1968, it has been permanent in the first league.

In 1972, it lost in the cup final to Maccabi Tel Aviv, 108–99, with Ramat Gan's star, Belgium-born Kamil Dirks, scoring a still-unbroken cup final record of 43 points.

In the seasons 1971–72 and 1972–73, it finished second in the league. The same happened in the 1982–83 season.

The club also took its first steps in the European Cup in the 1973–74 season. A notable game was its victory over Sinudyne Bologna. With one of the club's founders, Samuel Jacobson, as the coach and stars such as Larry Gordon and Bob Griffin, Ramat Gan gained a surprising victory in the result 114–94.

Its all-time leading scorer, Doron Jamchi, made his first steps in 1978; he left to Maccabi Tel Aviv in 1985 after incredible years, with him being the league leading scorer for several seasons.

In 1987–88, led by head coach Effi Birnbaum, the club lost again to Maccabi Tel Aviv in the cup final at 107–85.

In the 1996–97 season, after increasing pressure from the city mayor, Maccabi Ramat Gan merged with another team, Beitar Ramat Gan, and is now called Maccabi Ironi Ramat Gan.

In 2001–02, it finished the season only second to Maccabi Tel Aviv, the champion.

In 2009–10, the team dropped to Liga Leumit after losing the relegation playoff in the Super League.

Ramat Gan returned to the first league at the end of the 2022–2023 season, led by its former captain, now coach, Shmulik Brener.

Ironi Ramat Gan is a professional basketball team based in Ramat Gan, Israel. The team competes in the Israeli Basketball Premier League, which is the top tier of basketball in Israel. Ironi Ramat Gan has a rich history and tradition in Israeli basketball, with a dedicated fan base and a reputation for competitive play.

The team is known for its strong defense and disciplined style of play, often giving opponents a tough challenge on the court. Ironi Ramat Gan has produced talented players who have gone on to have successful careers both in Israel and internationally.

The team's colors are blue and white, representing the colors of the Israeli flag. Ironi Ramat Gan plays its home games at the HaTikva Arena, a modern and vibrant venue that provides an exciting atmosphere for fans to cheer on their team.

Overall, Ironi Ramat Gan is a respected and competitive team in Israeli basketball, with a proud history and a bright future ahead.