Brady finds a home through London Maccabi collaboration

By Jennifer Lipman, February 9, 2012

Two major sporting and social organisations have joined forces with Brady Maccabi's relocation to London Maccabi's 52-acre site in Rowley Lane, Barnet. Brady Maccabi - whose Edgware premises closed in 2009 - was set up more than a century ago in London's East End.

London Maccabi is Britain's biggest Jewish sports club and home to close-on 30 football teams. It will now additionally host Brady's junior and men's teams.

Brady trustee Joel Nathan said that London Maccabi was the "only place to be right now" for the club and the link-up would ensure that future generations had access to sports and youth activities.

London Maccabi trustee David Kyte said the club had developed "a sports and social facility that we believe our community can be proud of in every way.

"We have achieved so much, but by welcoming Brady Maccabi to Rowley Lane we hope together we will be even stronger."

    Last updated: 1:18pm, February 9 2012