Around 4 hours
Come and join me and my friends (we are usually anywhere between 4-8, male and female) in Beitar Jerusalem’s Teddy Stadium. If you are in town in the days building up to the game, I would happily recommend “off the route” local activities for you and your travel partners.
On Matchday, before the game, we can soak up the atmosphere in the stands as kick-off looms. I would love to share my knowledge of Beitar Jerusalem’s history (and the Beitar movement- Founded in 1923), and the stories behind our rivalries, which date all the way back to the British mandate of Israel.
Teddy Stadium holds 32,000 Fans, though only full a few times a year. Most matches get between 10,000-15,000 home fans with the away team bringing anywhere between a few dozen to a few thousand (depending on the rival team).
Flairs and massive banners are not a rare scene at Teddy, though according to your preference, we can either keep our distance from the “louder” fan base or be in the middle of it all 🙂
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