OLD BEITAR JERUSALEM FOOTBALL CLUB YELLOW-BLACK ENAMEL CHARM ISRAELTwo Jerusalemites, David Horn and Shmuel Kirschstein, decided in 1936 to form a local football team. David Horn was the local chief of Betar, the youth movementof the Revisionist (liberal nationalist) Party, a pre-statehood Zionist movement. To this day Beitar fans are generally identified with that movement's successor party, the Likud or other right-wing groups. The leaders of the youth federation saw this as a project to produce a football club with Beitar's self-defined qualities of Hadar (self-respect) and Hod (glory). The earliest squad was composed entirely of Beitar youth members, including a future government minister, Chaim Corfu. They played initially at the "banana field" close to Beitar youth group's "nest".SIZE: 32x 22 mmINTERNATIONAL SHIPPING: $8 (REGISTERED AIRMAIL).