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Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC

  1. 1. For More Information please contact: Avi Dolman +972 52 6002284 +972 4 8652284 dolman.avi@il.zim.com avidolman@gmail.com
  2. 2. Content1. City of Petach-Tikva2. Hapoel Petach-Tikva Sports Club2. Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC History Support Base Stadium Current situation3. Vision Steering committee Community relations Long terms plan Volunteers group Professional Team Youth Academy4. Proposition 05/08/12 Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC 2
  3. 3. 1. City of Petach-Tikva Population – 210,000 Mix population – veterans, immigrants, Arabs & Jews, religious and seculars. Fast growing • 2nd largest industry sector in the country. Base for some of the largest Israeli firms – Teva, Osem (Nestle), and Major High-Tech Industry – Bezeq, IBM, Intel, ACI, Alcatel and more.05/08/12 Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC 3
  4. 4. 2.Hapoel Petach Tikva FC One of Israeli major football clubs. At the top 4 of all time Israeli league champions winners, with Maccabee Haifa and Maccabee & Hapoel Tel-Aviv. Known for it’s excellent youth division. Have been one of the main providers of young talents in the country. Has been deteriorated in recent years due to poor management and loss of assets, currently ran by a designated court appointed Liquidator.05/08/12 Hapoel Petach Tikva FC 4
  5. 5. 2. Hapoel Petach Tikva FC History 05/08/12
  6. 6. 2. Hapoel Petach Tikva FC History - Positions 1 Glory years Rehab & Stabilization 6 Championship 2 League Cup 4 Toto Cup
  7. 7. 2. Hapoel Petach Tikva FC Support Base 05/08/12 Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC 7
  8. 8. 2. Hapoel Petach Tikva FC Support Base • Large Supporters base;  Dominant: Ratio of 5 to 1 with city rival - Maccabee.  No violence history.  Fair, devoted and supportive.  2nd level largest in premier league, after the ‘Big 4’ – Maccabee and Hapoel Tel-Aviv, Beitar Jerusalem and Maccabee Haifa.  Known for it’s creative shows.  Unified under supporters organization – ‘The Blue Frontier 2006’.  Currently with last place position in the Premier League, the average spectator count at home (New Stadium) is 5,000. Foreseen potential in 4th -8th position is 7,000, and in top 1st -3rd is 10,000.  Supporters Web site: http://www.4everblue.co.il/ 05/08/12 Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC 8
  9. 9. 2. Hapoel Petach Tikva FC Supporters Owned and Managed Sports Teams The supporters union has initiated and managing an amateur and semi professional sports teams in various fields.  Women Basketball team in the Women Premier Basketball League.  Men basketball team in the 3rd division.  Women handball team in the Women Premier handball league.  Men handball team in the 2nd division.  Men & Women Water polo teams in the Water polo Premier leagues. 05/08/12 Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC 9
  10. 10. 2. Hapoel Petach Tikva FC Stadium Owner: City of Petach-Tikva Tenants: Hapoel & Maccabee Petach-Tikva Most modern in the country• Capacity: Current - 11,500, 2nd phase – 20,000 Built: 2011 Part of a larger sports park 05/08/12 Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC 10
  11. 11. 2. Hapoel Petach Tikva FC Current Situation The Club have been poorly managed in the last few years, sold players and assets in order to overcome budget deficit. The NPO ran the team has been dismantled by a court of law, which appointed a liquidator to run the club. Due to Late submission of 2012 budget and legal situation, The FA applied a minus 9 points penalty on the club. Club have appealed to the supreme court which will rule on mid March for a possible return of points. The club is now clean of any debt. • However, it had to sell all valuable players and now in last place in the Premier league, with chance to be relegated to the 2nd division. Youth division lost training facilities and is being deteriorated in last few years. Need an injection of mainly professional management resources. Club is now for sale. Open bid is 300 EURK – (Very) negotiable. 05/08/12 Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC 11
  12. 12. 3. VisionThe Club and it’s supporters are determined to open anew page in the club history and build a model which willbenefit with the community, supporters, players andinvestors.The club will strive to adopt best practice management inall aspects of the club activities in order to maximizecommunity, financial and professional objectives.05/08/12 Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC 12
  13. 13. 3. Vision Community Relations One of the club primary goals is to be among the leading the community Anchors, to provide complimentary educational and excellence frame which supports youth to grow it’s personal skills in favor of the community. Activities will include support through the ‘The Blue Circle’ Volunteers to support youth with: Private teachers Support Low Socioeconomic Status players through the ‘Blue Circle’ Follow-up on school progress Extra educational curriculum Club facilities for studies Summer camps Educate youth for community service in hospitals, elders, holocaust survivors and invalids. Absorption of hard work values , fellowship, leadership, excellence and sharing. The club will have a regular and on-going productive dialog with the supporters club, city administration, business and Industry community. 05/08/12 Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC 13
  14. 14. 3. Vision Steering Committee - The ‘Tribe elders’ Provide general direction and targets . Serve as mentors to the professional staff . Provide behavior and ethic rules. keep and follow the club heritage. Emphasis on education for the young teams members. Compose of the following members;  Club Manager (Chairman).  3 veteran players and/or coaches  1st team coach  1 Owner/fellowship representative  1 Supporters Representative  1 Public Representative The committee will assemble at least 4 times a year. It’s decisions and guidance will be cascaded to the club activities subject to a formal approval of the club board. 05/08/12 Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC 14
  15. 15. 3. Vision Long term, structured and feasible plan The club will develop and promote a detailed, comprehensive and long-term activity plan with a graduate phasing and prioritized steps. Major steps are: Ensure immediate club activity through purchase from the official receiver, and provision of a minimum budget for the day-to-day club activity. Assimilate proper management culture, procedures and processes with full public visibility and ISO standard. Develop a business development plan and budget with a principal of plus net value on the bottom line for the investors. Develop a feasible professional team plan based on modest, practical and measured possibilities. 05/08/12 Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC 15
  16. 16. 3. Vision Volunteers group The club will maintain and manage a selected team of fans with professional skills in required areas which will provide added value to the club activities. Private teachers to support development players in the youth division. Social workers. Community trusties to manage the day-to-day activities. Scholars to support development sports management and community relations modules. IT professionals to promote communication channels. Sales & Marketing professionals to promote brand, donations and sales. 05/08/12 Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC 16
  17. 17. 3. Vision Professional Team The club will maintain and manage a professional football team which it’s strength will derive primarily from the youth division, It’s strong community relations and the supporters. The club will strive to reach the highest levels and targets and take its rightfully owned place as one of the building blocks of the Israeli football. 05/08/12 Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC 17
  18. 18. 3. Vision Youth Academy The club will maintain and manage an effective youth academy which will be promoted to provide a strong and effective Youth Program, for the recruitment and development of young footballers within the club. In line with the Football Association’s Charter of Quality, the Academy will prepare players of the future for the Club and enables them to progress both on and off the field. Structured coaching, together with an educational and welfare program throughout their time at the Club, ensures that there is continuity for the players from the ages of 9-18. The academy will promote Both boys and Girls and will set and example of different society members share objectives and aspirations through Football activity. 05/08/12 Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC 18
  19. 19. 3. Vision Youth Academy – Player Development Pathway Professional League Israel Premier League European Cups Professional Development Academy (U17-U20) Youth Development Academy (U13-U16) Prospects Program (U9-U12) Grassroots: Football Skills Programs First Touch (U4-U7)| School of Excellence (U8-U12) Player Development Camps (U8-U14) Community Programs Football in School | Community Camps 05/08/12 Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC 19
  20. 20. 4. Proposition In order to bring the club to it’s rightfully owned place in the Israeli football, the following steps and principles are proposed; 3.Short-term plan – 2012/3-2013/4 4.Medium term plan – 2014/5 – 2015/6 5.Long term plan – 2016/7 – onwards.05/08/12 Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC 20
  21. 21. 4. Proposition Short Term Plan: 2012 - 2013Principles: 5 members team, NPO Foundation Committee, to run the Building organization and then handover it’s results and outcome to the club Owner and Management Club Ownership - Investor at 100 % ownership.• Maintain 1st Team with a minimum budget required for descent professional level for maintenance - either in Premier or 2nd division.• In case of 2012 club is in 2nd division – target is to qualify the Premier league in 2013 Majority of efforts will be put on; 1. Restoring & developing the youth Academy. Business Assumption: ROI in 4 years. 2. Developing Best Practice Management and Professional Staff. 05/08/12 Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC 21
  22. 22. 4. Proposition Short Term Plan: 2012 - 2013Budget; In order to implement Phase 1 (Premier League budget) a Total budget of 35 Million NIS is required in Total, which includes all activities of the phase for 2 years. Out of This budget, 20 Million NIS will come from self income and public budgeting;  TV  Football Association  Lottery and Toto cup  Municipal support  Tickets, Sponsorship and donations. Investor will be required to invest 7.5 Millions NIS (1.5 Million Euro) Per year. 05/08/12 Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC 22
  23. 23. 4. Proposition Mid Term Plan: 2014 - 2015Principles: Club Ownership - Investor / Public at 50% ownership each; At this phase the club will take interim measures of transforming it’s ownership for a public owned.• Stabilized 1st team, targeting at 5th -8th position in the premier league. Training and game ground for the Youth teams. Youth academy will be the base for future club income, as club will start capitalizing it’s high investment on young players. 05/08/12 Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC 23
  24. 24. 4. Proposition Long Term Plan: 2016 – Onwards.Principles: Club Ownership - Investor / Public at 50%+1% public ownership. At this phase, the public will own the majority of the club ownership, and investor costs will be reduced accordingly. ‘Hapoel (+ Sponsor name) House’ Training and Games complex , with 4 official size training and game grounds, 3 ‘pressure’ skills improvement smaller grounds, Massage and therapy rooms, management and club offices, seminar & briefing rooms. Income from young talents sale: 750 EURK/Year. 15% of budget goes to youth academy. First team at 1-5 places at the premier league, participation at European cup. 05/08/12 Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC 24
  25. 25. 4. Proposition Long Term Plan: Budget Trend Season 05/08/12 Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC 25
  26. 26. 5. Contact Contact DetailsFor More Information, detailed numbers & figures, plans and contacts please call: Avi Dolman +972 52 6002284 +972 4 8652284 Versions in German, Spanish and Italian can be obtained as well Dolman.avi@il.zim.com avidolman@gmail.com All activities by Supporters & Union NPO Members are done voluntarily and with no current or future personal profit intention. 05/08/12 Hapoel Petach-Tikva FC 26