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MANAGEMENT
NOMINATIONS

NOW OPEN

NOMINATIONS FOR TEAM AUSTRALIA NOW OPEN

Nominate to join the Australian Delegation in the following roles:

  • Head of Delegation

  • Head of Finance

  • Head of Medical

  • Head of Physiotherapy

  • Head of Media

  • Head of Security

  • Regional Managers

  • Assistant Regional Managers

  • Team Managers

  • Coaches

  • Team Doctors

  • Team Physiotherapists

  • Team Psychologist

  • Content Creators

We are delighted to announce the official launch of the Australian Delegation to the 22nd Maccabiah Games (M25) that will take place from 8 - 22 July 2025.

Every four years the Jewish Olympics brings together athletes, managers, coaches, and sporting enthusiasts from across the globe to compete in Israel, to celebrate Jewish heritage, sportsmanship, and camaraderie.

With great excitement, we invite you to be part of this journey as we unleash the dream once again like never before.

For over 90 years, the Maccabiah Games have exemplified the power of sports to foster unity and pride within the Jewish Community.

The values of Maccabi Australia run through the history of this global event.

  • Teamwork

  • Community

  • Volunteerism

  • Respect

Giselle Berlinski the General Manager of the Team alongside Samuel Gamsu as General Manager of Operations are back to lead the Australian delegation.

M25 promises to be the best yet, athletes will have the opportunity to compete at the highest level, igniting their competitive spirits and pushing the boundaries of their capabilities.

Beyond the sporting arena, the Maccabiah offers participants, volunteers, and supporter’s an exceptional experience that one can only dream about.

Whether you are an athlete, volunteer, coach, sports enthusiast, or passionate supporter, M25 offers a once-in-a-lifetime experience to connect with Israel, compete at the highest level, forge lifelong friendships, and wear the green and gold on the world stage.

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