The upcoming home soccer matches of Maccabi Haifa in the Europa League and Maccabi Tel Aviv in the Conference League have been relocated to Serbia and will be played behind closed doors, due to the conflict between Israel and HamasUEFA announced on Thursday.
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In the Europa League, the match between Maccabi Haifa and Rennes on November 30 will be held in Belgrade and in the Conference League, Maccabi Tel Aviv will play against Louhansk on November 25 and La Gantoise on December 14 in Backa Topola, the institution specified. European in a statement.
These relocations follow a decision by the UEFA executive committee not to play "any match" in European competitions in Israel "until further notice due to the current security situation," the institution explained.
In basketball, Belgrade already hosts Maccabi Tel Aviv's "home" Euroleague games.
In Conference League, Maccabi Tel Aviv occupies second position in Group B while Maccabi Haifa is bottom in group F (two losses and a draw) in the Europa League.
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