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The Yellow Jersey

In 1942, to support the Jews of Europe who were persecuted by the Nazis and were ordered to wear a yellow badge, Yossef Merimovitch suggested that Maccabi add yellow to the blue in our jerseys

23/04/2017
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The Yellow Jersey
Until the start of the 1940s, Maccabi Tel Aviv's colors were blue and white.

In 1942, in order to identify with the Jews of Europe who were persecuted by the Nazis and forced to wear a yellow star of David, Yosef
Marimovich, a footballer with Maccabi Tel Aviv, suggested that Maccabi Tel Aviv wear a yellow shirt, along with the traditional blue. The horrific stories were trickling into the Land of Israel from Europe, and the players of Maccabi Tel Aviv were deeply hurt by them. The reports of the yellow star - one of the most distressing symbols of the Holocaust - sent shudders through everyone.
 
Marimovich's suggestion fell upon receptive ears and was adopted by a majority vote by the management, which also decided that the symbol of Maccabi, a star of David, would be prominently displayed in yellow. And thus Maccabi Tel Aviv - football and basketball, and basically every other team in the Maccabi Tel Aviv organization, from that day to this - began to wear yellow, which over the years has become the most prominent symbol of the club and its fans, "the yellows".


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