A Snapshot of the Past
At Hakoah on Hall Street, the bonds of community were formed and strengthened.
Friendships (and shidduchs) were forged at discos, swimming lessons and over card tables. Families came together to share simchas and Friday night dinners. And generations grew from boisterous children into (somewhat less boisterous) adults.
Though times have certainly changed, in the years since it closed the Hakoah Club has been sorely missed as a place for us to come together and share the joy of connection.
Sydney Hakoah Football Club is established by German and Austrian refugees who are keen to resume soccer
Hakoah instrumental in forming NSW Federation of Soccer Clubs
Hakoah commences operations as a licensed club
Hakoah is instrumental in forming the National Soccer league and wins numerous trophies regularly
Hakoah at Hall St officially opens
Hakoah ceases trading as a Registered Club at Hall St
White City purchased
Your Memories of Hakoah
We'd love to hear what Hakoah on Hall Street meant to you! Share your photos and memories, and then look out from them on our website and social media.