Beitar Yerushalayim Signs With United Hatzalah For Another Season

Beitar Yerushalayim, one of Israel’s premier soccer clubs, has signed United Hatzalah on to their team for another season. The management of the two organizations met on Monday in United Hatzalah’s headquarters in Jerusalem in order to ratify their continued partnership for the 2020/2021 season. 

From left – Moshiko Moskowitz, Eli Ohana, Eli Pollack, Moni Brosh, Dov Maisel

During the meeting, the management of the Beitar Yerushalayim Soccer Club expressed their satisfaction with the partnership between the two organizations from last season and agreed to continue working together for the coming season. United Hatzalah was brought on last year to provide medical security for all of the franchise’s games, both at the senior and junior levels. 

UH volunteer at a Beitar Yerushalayim game with his medkit last season – (Credit: Shira Hershkop)

Participants in the meeting included the Chairman of Beitar Yerushalayim Eli Ohana, CEO of United Hatzalah Eli Pollack, CEO of Beitar Yerushalayim Moni Brosh, Vice President of Operations for United Hatzalah Dov Maisel, and Director of the Operations Department of United Hatzalah Moshiko Moskovitz.  

UH volunteers safeguarding a game last season – (Credit: Shira Hershkop)

CEO of Beitar Yerushalayim Moni Brosh said: “We are very happy to continue this partnership with United Hatzalah. There is no doubt that these volunteers are among the most professional medical personnel who provide the highest level of care. They do not compromise when it comes to important matters such as the health and well being of our players and fans. We hope that they will have as little work as possible, but if the need should arise – we know that they will provide the best care available.”

UH volunteers safeguarding a Beitar game last season- (Credit: Shira Hershkop)

Vice President of Operations Dov Maisel said: “United Hatzalah is proud to continue our partnership with a team as important as Beitar Yerushalayim. Our volunteer EMTs, paramedics, and doctors, will continue their efforts to provide top-of-the-line medical care for the team and the fans during all of the games for the coming season. I want to wish the team the best of luck for the coming season.”  


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