Pair of Israeli clubs eyes European success

Over 10,000 Hapoel Beersheba fans are expected at Teddy Stadium in Jerusalem on Thursday night as their team looks to claim its first win in European competition since 1997.

With the work on the club’s new Turner Stadium still ongoing, Beersheba chose to host the first leg of the Europa League second qualifying round against Thun of Switzerland in Jerusalem.

Also Thursday, Beitar Jerusalem visits Sporting Charleroi of Belgium in its first leg of the second qualifying round ahead of the return leg at Teddy next week.


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