The Israel Tennis Center -Yokneam opened in October 2001 and features 8 illuminated courts, a practice wall, showers and restrooms, table tennis, an event hall and sport shop.
HistoryLocated in the Galilee, the city of Yokneam was established as a small immigrant town in 1949. Recieving its city status in 2006, Yokneam continued to develop as many immigrants from the former Soviet Union and Ethiopia made the city their home. Today Yokneam is a bustling center for high-tech, communications and biotechnology. Located on the outskirts of breathtaking Jezreel Valley, Yokneam and the surrounding areas are filled with attractions. Examples include Rabin Park which was established in memory of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and Keret Stream Park, in which a waterfall flows into many small ponds.
|Address||35 Alonim St., P.O.B. 321 Upper Yokneam 20692|
|Operating hours||Sunday - Thursday 8.00 to 22.00 Friday 8.00 to 11.00 16.00 to 19.00 Saturday 8.00 to 10.00 17.00 to 19.00|
|Facebook Page||Click Here To Visit Yokneam's Facebook Page|
Sharon Hauzer played competitive tennis on national level from the age of 7 to 16 in Haifa and Ramat Hasharon. After Sharon finished the Army, he decided he wanted to start a career where he could combine sports and education. He became a tennis coach at the ITC, and eventually became a head coach. He's been the manager of the ITC - Yokneam for nearly 7 years and is looking forward to many more successful years.