Slavia unbeaten against clubs from Israel

Slavia played several international games against clubs from Israel. Our last opponents were Maccabi Tel Aviv in 2017/18 Europa League.

The red and whites met their first Israeli opponent after 1990 as the country was not part of UEFA earlier. Since 1992 we have played 7 games against clubs from Israel, most recently in 2017/18 UEFA Europa League against Maccabi Tel Aviv. Slavia won all 7 games and conceded only 4 goals.

2017/18 UEFA Europa League

Slavia 1-0 Maccabi Tel Aviv (1-0)
14 September 2017, Prague
Goals: Necid 12’

Maccabi Tel Aviv 0-2 Slavia (0-1)
23 November 2017, Netanya
Goals: Hušbauer 45’ and 54’

Slavia met Maccabi twice in Group A of 2017/18 UEFA Europa League. The red and whites won the opening game of the group 1-0 home thanks to Tomáš Necid goal, Josef Hušbauer then scored twice away to secure the 2-0 win for Slavia. His first stunner from behind the box has been voted the best Czech goal of 2017. Slavia lost their last game to Astana, finished 3rd and were eliminated. Maccabi finished 4th.

1993 Intertoto Cup

Slavia 3-1 Maccabi Tel Aviv
21 June 1993, Prague
Goals: Lerch, Berger, Nečas

Only one leg was played in 1993 Intertoto Cup. Slavia defeated Maccabi 3-1 home in Prague and won the group with 4 wins in 4 games. Maccabi finished 5th with no win and 1 draw.

1992 Intertoto Cup

Maccabi Netanya 1-3 Slavia Praha
July 1992, Netanya

Slavia Praha 3-1 Maccabi Netanya
25 July 1992, Prague
Goals: Pěnička, Berger, Tatarčuk

Maccabi Petah Tikva 1-4 Slavia Praha
July 1992, Petah Tikva

Slavia Praha 3-0 Maccabi Petah Tikva
July 1992, Prague
Goals: Šilhavý, Bejbl, Berger


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