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Israeli Female Basketball Premier League
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| Maccabi Bnot Ashdod| Maccabi Ramat Hen| Elitzur Holon| Bnot Hasharon| ASA Jerusalem
EU}} FIBA Europe (Europe)| champion = Maccabi Bnot Ashdod (2nd title)| most_champs = Elitzur Tel Aviv (15 titles)| folded =| website = www.ibba.one.co.il| singles =| ceo =ONE TV (Israel)>ONE TV}}The Israeli Female Basketball Premier League or Ligat ha'Al (Hebrew : ליגת העל בכדורסל נשים), is a women's professional basketball league in Israel. It is currently composed of eleven teams.WEB, Israeli basketball Teams, Scores, Stats, News, Standings,weblink Eurobasket.com, 19 October 2011, 2011, The league was founded in 1957. Initially the most predominant teams in the league were veteran women basketball clubs such as Maccabi Tel Aviv and Hapoel Tel Aviv, who won almost yearly during the first two decades after the establishment of the league. This changed in 1976 when the team Elitzur Tel Aviv began winning all of the league's championships for 19 years straight. During the 1990s the trend again changed as the most prominent championship winners became Electra Ramat Hasharon and Elitzur Ramla. The champions of the 2010/2011 season were Elitzur Ramla.WEB, he:ליגת העל נשים,weblink ONE.co.il, 19 October 2011, Hebrew, 2011, Elitzur Tel Aviv and Elitzur Holon share the distinction of having won the most championship trophies 20 amongst themselves.,WEB, he:ליגת העל נשים,weblink ONE.co.il, 19 October 2011, Hebrew, 2011, although the union that was established in 1990 between the two team was disbanded in 2008.In 2011/12 season Maccabi Bnot Ashdod reached double winning, for the first time, national league and national cup in one season.

History

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The League's teams (2014/15 season) {| classwikitable

! Club! City
A.S. Ramat-Hasharon>Elektra Ramat Hasharon Ramat Hasharon
Ashdod
Elitzur Ramla (women's basketball)>Elitzur Ramla Ramla
Ramat Gan
Elitzur Netanya (women's basketball)>Elitzur Netanya Netanya
Holon
Herzliya
Hapoel Tel Aviv (women's basketball)>Hapoel Tel Aviv Tel Aviv
Hapoel Rishon LeZion (women's basketball)>Hapoel Rishon LeZion Rishon LeZion
Jerusalem
Hapoel Petah Tikva (women's basketball)>Hapoel Petah Tikva Petah Tikva

Championships by teams {| class"wikitable" border"1"

!Place!Team!ChampionshipsElitzur Tel Aviv >| 15Maccabi Tel Aviv (women's basketball)>Maccabi Tel Aviv 11Elitzur Ramla (women's basketball)>Elitzur Ramla 9Hapoel Tel Aviv (women's basketball)>Hapoel Tel Aviv 7Electra Ramat Hasharon >| 6Elitzur Holon >| 6Maccabi Bnot Ashdod >| 5Hapoel Jerusalem W.B.C>Hapoel Jerusalem 1Hapoel Yagur >| 1

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